Arcadia Residence

17 Apr, 2009

The Arcadia Residence: A Trip to the Past and the Future of Prague

Arcadia Residence is one of the most renowned hotels in the capital city of Czech Republic, Prague. It is one of the most popular accommodation outlets in the capital, due to the state of art services and competitive prices offered all year long. The reasonable prices are actually enhanced by offers during high season.

The Arcadia Residence boasts hospitable and courteous services aspiring to a homey and comfortable atmosphere. It is managed by a family ensuring personalised service. The goal is to make the guest feel pampered and relaxed. The Hotel is ideally located in close proximity to the city centre, in walking distance from the historic old Town of Prague; it is situated at one of the most desirable and peaceful quarters, away from the bustling tourist routes. The area managed to maintain and preserve the authentic Czech atmosphere and the tranquillity that usually characterises the suburbs of Prague, while giving the chance to guests to take a leisurely stroll and find themselves at Charles’s Bridge within a few minutes.

The Arcadia Residence is hosted in a building that dates back to the 19th century. It was recently restored and refurbished, maintaining the aesthetic standards of the Italian architecture and interior decoration. The reception area features artefacts from the original building, offering a tangible testimonial of the past.

Every detail is carefully designed and maintained, so as to ensure a lovely and unique atmosphere that blends the modern design with the traditional feeling. The Arcadia residence boasts a limited number of guestrooms – apartments, guaranteeing a peaceful and private stay. All guestrooms feature latest amenities, fully equipped kitchen areas and everything a guest might need during a short or longer stay. Breakfast in room, Theatre tickets booking and 24/7 internet connection are just a few of the services offered in the hotel.

Arcadia Residence

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