Because they’ve got beer and awesome, Harry Potter-style castles.
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No, but seriously, Prague is one of the prettiest cities in the world.
Considering the fact that its population is mostly Slavic and that the country’s pretty much surrounded by Western European countries, you get this curious blend of laid back and modern and sentimental vs. technical, which not many places on Earth can boast about.
Perhaps more importantly, Prague is the capital of the Czech Republic (or Czechia as of recently), which is a part of the EU, so you are only a bus or train ride away from other parts of the union.
To be fair, though, Prague is not just about its proximity to Germany and the rest of the EU. It more than stands on its own as a brilliant venue for all sorts of important events including conferences, charity events, fundraisers, you name it.
In this article, we’re going to talk about Prague and how its immaculate architecture, fair climate, and breathtaking history advertise it as a perfect spot for a business meeting of any sort.
Representing the Czech version of the world-renowned Hilton hotel chain, this monumental building can house up to 1,500 people at once, which is big enough to invite every head of state in the world, their mommas, and a translator. And the translator’s momma, too.
Add to that there are about 37 conference rooms you can use at all times, as well as a congress hall, and a ballroom.
Conveniently enough, this incredible hotel is situated on the bank of Prague’s famous Vltava river, which is quite difficult to pronounce but a sight to behold, no doubt. Especially if your guests are looking at it from the inside of this hotel where they’re all pampered, dressed to the nines, and sipping champagne out of tall glasses.
In case you truly need to invite everyone on Earth to your conference, and can’t afford to miss out on even one human, you may want to opt for the Congress center – a place that can take in a staggering 9,300 people.
It has 20 meeting halls, 50 meeting rooms, and about 13,000 square meters of nothing but exhibition space. So, if you are running an event that requires you to install something really large and bulky in one of the rooms, this venue would be the place you should be looking into.
Whether it’s exhibitions, banquets, or cultural productions, this place will give you all you need to throw the best event ever pretty much.
A Range of Top-Tier Hotels
Grand Hotel Bohemia
If you’re seeking an experience that’s so quintessentially Czech for your guests, you may want to book some rooms in the prestigious Grand Hotel Bohemia – where you can enjoy excellent cuisine, plenty of room to throw yet another even if you need to, as well as organize a private opera viewing for your most distinguished guests.
This can be an excellent opportunity to impress some of your theatre and opera-frequenting guests, who will certainly never forget Czech opera singers coming off the stage to mingle between the tables thus creating a more immersive experience.
Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel
Another 5-star bed and a nourishment-providing gem in the very heart of Prague comes in the shape of the Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel – a place that features a beautiful Art-Deco style and quite a range of Nespresso coffee machines.
As for the other features of this hotel, you can pamper your guests with such niceties as warmed bathroom floors, a large flat-screen TV, as well as a fitness center and a sauna for those in need of a bit of recreation.
Once you’ve held your conference and made sure your guests are feeling A-ok in their cozy, top tier apartments, you can start thinking about such matters as extra-curricular entertainment, so to speak.
And Prague is the place where it’s at, as well.
Among other activities, Prague is a city that proudly hosts:
- Large medieval-themed festivals (mostly centered around beer),
- horse riding classes held at beautiful green patches of grass,
- some top o’ the line golf courses and golf tournaments,
- learning how to pilot light airplanes,
- and many other events and fairs you and your guests can partake in.
So, if you have some extra time you’re not sure what to do with, you can simply make your guests don a medieval Slavic costume, grab a pint of local beer, and join a local parade.
All in all, Prague is an ancient and beautiful city that simply offers itself as a venue for a proper international conference. If you take all of its hotels, entertaining activities, and castles into consideration, you’ll see that this is the place where you want to be in.