Andreas Neudahm designs interiors of NYX Prague, NYX Hotel’s second European property

Street artists played a big part in the configuration of the hotel, including Martin Krajc, Ondřej Vyhnánek (X–Dog), Jana Babincová and Sofie Tobiášová.

Following the opening of NYX Hotel in Milan in mid-February, the brand’s second European property opened in Prague. The property is located in a historically preserved building built in the Czech rondocubist style.

Andreas Neudahm oversaw the interior design of the NYX Prague. Design-wise, the property has casual lofts, and includes one-of-a-kind artworks made for the NYX. The individual rooms also have the special color and material concept that was created for the hotel.

The NYX Prague, a Lifestyle Hotel from the House of Leonardo, has 91 rooms, including the “Little Star Room” and the “Godde’s Suite” with a private terrace and view over Prague.

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Selected street artists played a big part in the configuration of the hotel, including Martin Krajc, Ondřej Vyhnánek (X–Dog), Jana Babincová and Sofie Tobiášová. For example, Krajc patterned the walls in the foyer that receives guests as soon as they enter the hotel.

Leonardo Hotels is the European division of Fattal Hotels Group, founded by David Fattal in Israel. The Leonardo Hotels are present in Israel and Europe with over 115 hotels in more than 50 destinations. Currently spanning Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, England, Scotland, Spain, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary as well as Italy, the hotel group has over 13,000 rooms.

 

 

 

 

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