Spanish chain Melia Hotels International will expand its upscale Innside brand to the Czech Republic in March.

Innside Prague Old Town has 90 rooms all containing bathrobes and slippers, a coffee machine, a minibar and Smeg fridges. Superior+ rooms will also have high-end sound systems, complimentary streaming services and complimentary bike rental.

Melia is promoting the hotel as suitable for business or leisure travellers, with tourist sites including the Powder Tower, Old Town Square, the Jewish Quarter and Wenceslas Square within short walking distance.

The property also features a gym, an open lobby space, meeting rooms, a cinema and – more surprisingly – a recording studio for hire.

Innside already has 20 hotels, with 18 more in the works. Last month it announced plans to open four new European properties by 2020, including a third London location.

In the Czech capital, Hilton recently completed a renovation of its 303-room Prague Old Town property, while a 106-room Radisson Blu is set to open in the second quarter of the year.

Gabriel Escarrer, Executive Vice President and CEO of Melia Hotels International, said, “Innside Prague Old Town will be one of the first hotels to offer all of the new attributes and sustainable features of this stunning and fast-growing brand, which adds up to the attractiveness of this amazing city.

“As the leading leisure hotel Group worldwide, our brands are also extremely successful in an increasingly leisure-inspired urban market, where the city of Prague stands out.”