Savic Hotel

24 Apr, 2009

Gothic Mets Modern at the Savic Hotel

Savic Hotel

Located in the center of historic old town square Prague, the Savic hotel is a walk away from the renowned Astronomical Clock. Its Gothic architecture and a gothic flavored décor make this a unique hotel. Centrally located, both tourists and businessmen will enjoy easy access to all of Prague’s treasures. The hotel was renovated recently to include modern convenience in guest’s room while keeping true to their 14th century roots. A staff of friendly and dedicated members will ensure your every need is met.

The Savic Hotel strives to meet every guests needs with modern convenience married to traditional décor. All guest rooms contain original parquet floors, large bed and crystal chandeliers as well as mahogany furniture. Air conditions, mini-bar, telephone and LCD television equipped with satellite channels are all standard room feature. Each room also contains a secure lock box and high speed internet access. Room service is available. The accommodations at the hotel are first rate.

The Savic Hotel has an excellent on site restaurant. With a menu of both international and Czech dishes, the food is excellent and varied and the restaurant is known for its educated and extensive wine list. A breakfast buffet is served each day. A safe and luggage store room ensures your personal belongings are safe and secure. With reception open and staffed 24 hours a day, guest’s needs are always taken care of.

Centrally located and elegantly decorated with a blend of modern convenience and gothic touches, the Savic Hotel is the ideal hotel to stay at when visiting Prague. Recently renovated and updated, this elegant hotel has a professional staff and all the amenities a traveler could want. With an excellent restaurant and laundry service, there is almost no need to leave the hotel except to visit the many historical and cultural site located nearby.

Savic Hotel

Savic Hotel

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