PRAGUE — The five-star Corinthia Hotel Prague has unveiled a new eating and drinking area in the lobby, Lounge 62, and two new boardrooms, it was announced this month.
Both boardrooms are fitted with 65-inch flat-screen TVs and a media hub built into the boardroom table.
Boardroom 1 measures about 237 square feet and channels a Scandinavian look with wooden floors and a sleek shelving unit across one entire wall. Minimalist in style, boardroom 2 measures about 309 square feet and seats 10 people, boardroom style.
Both rooms have been designed by London-based design studio Goddard Littlefair.
On the ground floor, all-day dining facility Lounge 62 features ‘broken’ plan seating with banquet and mustard yellow leather chairs. Chef Richard Filip’s lunch menu features local influences and regionally sourced ingredients. Sharing plates are offered in the evening, paired with cocktails.
Sample lunch dishes include smoked salmon, lobster bisque and a burger. Evening items range from a small plate of Czech charcuterie or red beet marinated salmon.
Afternoon Tea at Lounge 62 offers a selection of Dammann Frères teas and the hotel’s made-in-house desserts. An extensive wine list showcases a variety of local, Old World and New World labels.
Corinthia is a global collection of luxury five-star hotels. Since 2000, Corinthia has evolved into a public company, trading as International Hotel Investments (IHI) plc, which is the owner, developer and operator of Corinthia Hotels and commercial real estate worldwide. The portfolio features the flagship Corinthia Hotel & Residences in London, as well as Corinthia properties in Budapest, Malta, St Petersburg, Russia, Prague, Lisbon, Khartoum and Tripoli. Corinthia recently also announced the acquisition and redevelopment of the Grand Hotel Astoria in Brussels, to be relaunched as a Corinthia Hotel, as well a new luxury beach resort under construction by the Meydan Group in Dubai, to be known as the Corinthia at Meydan Beach. Both hotels are due to open in 2019.