8 OCTOBER 2012

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Article from BTNews 8 OCTOBER 2012

Prague hotel

NH Hotels has taken over the operation of the Mövenpick Hotel Prague under a management agreement, expanding its presence in the Czech Republic. 

With panoramic views over the Czech capital, and close to the city and the airport, the 4-star property has 439 stylish bedrooms and 13 conference rooms accommodating up to 300 people.

The hotel is a unique design comprising two buildings connected by a 'Lanovka' inclined lift, NH Prague is ideally located for meetings and conferences in the city centre.  The property is minutes from the underground and tram station as well as being close to the airport.  It also has 13 conference rooms and a business centre with full secretarial services.

NH Hotels is Europe’s third-ranked business hotel chain.  It operates close to 400 properties with almost 60,000 rooms in 26 countries across Europe, America and Africa.  NH Hotels currently has 20 new hotels under construction which will add over 2,000 new rooms to its portfolio. www.nh-hotels.com

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