Prague hotel drops Radisson Blu brand

The Alcron Hotel Prague has 204 rooms and suites. Photo credit: Alcron Hotel Prague

In the Czech Republic's capital city, the Alcron Hotel Prague returned to its original 1932 name effective January 1 after dropping its association with the Radisson Blu brand.

The historic Art Deco hotel, located near Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, Prague Castle and other landmarks, continues to operate under the direction of general manager Michal Chour, who has spent 12 years overseeing its operations.

The hotel has 204 rooms and suites, 10 conference rooms, a boardroom, 24-seat restaurant and a ballroom that can accommodate up to 200 persons.

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