The historic tales of the Alcron include an unsolved mystery surrounding a purloined guest register, bugged ashtrays, a beautiful prima ballerina remembered in a statue, a Hollywood star evacuated by diplomats, Communist secret agents and much more. One of the most historic hotels in Prague—the legendary Alcron had brought the rich and famous to Prague and put the city on the map. The Alcron ultimately reflected the fame and the failures of the Czech nation and stood in mute witness to the rise, fall and re-birth of the country and its people during the Twentieth Century. A compilation of memories from old-timers, guests, historians, journalists, as well as former and current hotel employees will be published here shortly. who contributed to these stories and provided details and insight into the missing chapters in the more than seventy-year history of the hotel.
HISTORY IN BRIEF 1929 Construction work started 1930 Construction work completed 1932 Hotel opened for business 1948 Hotel nationalized 1992 Krofta family made restitution claims 1995 CROWN WSF Co. , bought the property and started reconstruction 1996 RADISSON SAS signed a management agreement with CROWN WSF Co. 1998 Reconstruction completed and the hotel reopened under the name of RADISSON SAS HOTEL PRAHA 2000 CROWN WSF gained the legal right to use the name “Alcron” – since then the hotel has been called the RADISSON SAS ALCRON HOTEL.
Managed by: Radisson SAS
206 rooms and suites Rooms
This deluxe Art Deco hotel has been meticulously restored to its former glory. Much of the interior is preserved, including glittering chandeliers, rich Italian marble and the creamy milk glass that can be seen throughout the hotel. There are 206 exceptionally comfortable guest rooms and suites with high ceilings and contemporary Art Deco furnishings. To enhance your comfort, recent renovations increased the number of suites and amenities. In addition, all rooms were completely refurbished with a design that both retains the grace and elegance of a bygone era, yet offer every modern convenience. Air-conditioning Mini-bar Nespresso machine for fresh espresso and tea Safe Bathrobe and slippers Heated bathroom floors Hairdryer Umbrella Free WiFi Internet access Video-on-demand system and Pay TV Round-the-clock room service Free access to fitness and sauna
The Alcron is located on Stepanska, off Wenceslas Square, the commercial and social centre of Prague. It is surrounded by historic landmarks and trendy shops and restaurants.
La Rotonde, an Art Deco-style restaurant with terrace and Sunday jazz brunch The Alcron, an intimate restaurant offering a creative seafood and tasting menu Be Bop Bar - live music including jazz
Enjoy some jazz. The hotel pays tribute to the age of jazz into which it was born (it opened in 1932) by staging regular live jazz sessions. Venture out of the hotel and discover beautiful, historic Prague. The hotel is a stone’s throw National Museum and a ten minute stroll away from the heart of the old town.
Fitness Centre Sauna Solarium
Ballroom and nine meeting rooms for up to 200 people
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Country: Czech Republic
City: Prague
Opening date: 1932 (built since 1929)

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General Manager Michal Chour


Stepanska 40
11000 Czech Republic, Prague

Tel: +420 222 820 000
Fax: +420 222 820 120

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