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A new lease of life in the Czech capital
Back in 2009, the MGallery by Sofitel brand moved into one of the most beautiful buildings in the capital of the Czech Republic. So the Hotel Century Old Town Prague – MGallery by Sofitel has been delighting its guests for several years now with its location right in the heart of Prague’s historic heritage. In a constant quest for perfection, the hotel has just finished an impressive renovation of its interiors, creating a 19th century showcase.
Reflecting its 5-star rating, the interior design of its 169 rooms and of its restaurant, bar and public areas now blends contemporary character with classical heritage. You will discover the rich history of the building with the discreet reminders of the building’s historical atmosphere which have been integrated within the design such as Franz Kafka’s random patterns, reminiscent of ink lines and splashes. Not to be missed: his inspirational quotes are displayed on the hotel’s walls, and most of all the Kafka Suite, which used to be the writer’s office for many years and which is now an exclusive suite with a contemporary design, inspired by Art Deco and early 20th Century Cubism.
What’s in store for autumn 2017? A moment of wellness
Head to Bosnia and Herzegovina now and to the city of Sarajevo, to be more precise. In the midst of valleys and surrounded by mountains, the MGallery by Sofitel Tarcin Forest Resort & Spa is set to open its doors in the village of Tarcin in October 2017, next to the Sarajevo’s airport.
This haven of peace is currently under construction and will consist of 55 rooms, 9 villas, a hotel garden, conference rooms, a restaurant and a wellness center with a spa and an indoor pool.
A first for Poland!
Set course for the country’s fourth largest city, with the construction of the MGallery Wroclaw, expected to open in 2019.
The location for this address will be in the city’s oldest neighborhood, Ostrow Tumski (“Cathedral Island” in old Polish language). Consisting of 184 rooms and suites, a restaurant, a bar and conference rooms, the charm of this address lies, above all, in the story it wishes to tell, the story of the city.
Thanks to the use of natural materials such as traditionally fired brick, concrete, glass and metal, which are already present in the Ostrów Tumski, the hotel fits the historic character of this exceptional place.