Prague is the capital city of the Czech Republic and is considered to be the political, economical and cultural centre of the Czech state. During the renaissance and Gothic eras, Prague became the permanent seat of two Holy Roman Emperors, and so was also considered to be the capital of the Holy Roman Empire. Prague has a rich and diverse cultural past, and a quickly expanding modern metropolitan area. This has lead to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) awarding Prague the status of an alpha-world city. This means that Prague is considered to be an important location in the global economic system and to be of cultural significance.
Prague is a popular tourist destination, and many people visit the city on short breaks to experience the culture and history. During the Second World War, Prague suffered somewhat less damage than many other cities, allowing most of its historic architecture to remain protected. The city is an eclectic mix of styles, from gothic towers and spires to ultra-modern theatres created from curved glass. Prague is a great destination for busy couples who are searching for a short cultural break. A long weekend spent in the city is a great opportunity to take in the sights, architecture and art galleries. There is also the city zoo, which was listed as the worlds seventh best zoo by Forbes magazine in 2008.
The Ambassador-Zlata Husa Hotel, Prague, is chosen by many visitors to the city as it enjoys a prime location in the heart of Pragues main shopping district. The Ambassador-Zlata Husa Hotel Prague is located in Wenceslas Square, which is within short walking distance of the Old Town Square, making it a perfect base for exploring the citys districts. Many visitors to the city will be keen to eat out and may find a restaurant for the evening whilst exploring the city. However, for those who would prefer to eat within the hotel, the Ambassador-Zlata Husa Hotel Prague offers three restaurants for their customers to choose from! A very wide variety of foods is available, from traditional Czech dishes and fish specialities, to light snacks for those who are perhaps attending the theatre. For those who like to let their hair down, the Ambassador-Zlata Husa Hotel Prague also offers an onsite nightclub and casino.
The Ambassador-Zlata Husa Hotel benefits from a recent renovation and all rooms are decorated in a traditional and luxurious style. Family rooms for four are available and babysitting services can even be arranged for parents who are keen to explore the city after dark. The Ambassador-Zlata Husa Hotel Prague is all about convenience and comfort, and the staff members are a mine of local information to help you plan your trip! Being on Wenceslas Square, the hotel is a stones throw away from the nearest underground station, making it very quick and easy to travel around the city.
Prague is a vibrant, cultural city and can offer the perfect break for both couple and families. Whether you wish to take a quick weekend break away from work, or would prefer a longer stay to take in the many sights that the city has to offer, choose the best accommodation for the ultimate holiday in Prague.
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Article Added on Wednesday, December 21, 2011