NH Hotel Group has completed the rebranding of the Carlo IV hotel in Prague under its NH Collection.
The hotel is housed within a Neo Renaissance building dating back to 1895, which was once home to the Czech savings and credit bank.
It subsequently became the headquarters of the post office, before being converted into a luxury hotel by Italian architects Marurizio Papiri and Adam T Tihany, when the building was extended.
The property has been rebranded as part of an agreement to reflag eight hotels previously operated by the Boscolo Collection.
The hotel is located around ten minutes’ walk from the city centre, and features 152 rooms and suites, an entrance hall with restored stucco ceiling and fresco paintings, a lobby café, Inn Ox restaurant serving local and European dishes, a fitness centre and spa area with sauna, steam bath and swimming pool.
Rooms in the historic part of the property have high ceilings and are furnished with antique furniture and original works of art, and the hotel’s Vault Bar is housed within the former treasury of the bank.
Earlier this year NH Hotel Group announced plans to join the Global Hotel Alliance, and the group recently outlined plans to add 12 properties across its NH Collection, NH Hotels, and Nhow brands this year.