If you have mistaken the floor on the way to your room, do not grumble: you will have the opportunity to see some antique furniture in the corridor and perhaps some porcelain displayed in a showcase (from the epoch, the same service is used in both restaurants today). Remember also that the hotel has a suite with unexpected dispositions and a gorgeous panorama: a 360° view of the rooftops of Prague. The Tower Suite, a duplex apartment with a staircase leading to the balcony-veranda, is located in the wooden tower which has an exposed structure. A spectacular view can be seen from the foot of the bed: opposite, there is a round window where the eyesight literally dives into Old Prague. This accommodation is not offered at the same rate as the standard rooms, you will probably prefer to stay in any of the 48 deluxe or 22 executive rooms (there are a total of 86 rooms and suites). There are 16 family rooms (that can accommodate up to 3 persons). The design here incorporates less Art Nouveau style than in the rest of the hotel, but the experienced eye will detect some details. Luxury equipment: a flat screen television (16 channels), direct dial telephone, a free safe, a minibar, air conditioning. The bathrooms in some of the rooms have windows: there is (for standard rooms) a bathtub, a hairdryer, bathrobes and a basket of personal skin care products branded with the hotel's name. As they enjoy success among guests, you can buy some as souvenirs at the reception.