Golden Tulip opens second property in Prague, Czech Republic

Golden Tulip, continuing its development process in the CEE region, has opened a hotel in the capital of the Czech Republic. The five-star Hotel Savoy, built in 1911 and re-opened in 1994 after extensive renovation, boasts 61 rooms and suites; a relaxation center with a whirlpool, sauna and a steam bath; a beauty salon; and two conference rooms for 45 persons.

The property also has a restaurant and a library with an open fireplace.

Since 1990, the hotel has been owned by the Warimpex Finanz, an Austrian real estate development and investment company. Starting this December, Golden Tulip has taken over the management of the property. It is now the second hotel in Prague for the brand that operates 200 hotels in 40 countries.

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