Case Study: The Emblem Hotel

The Emblem Hotel captures the spirit of Prague – the richness of its history, and its dynamism today. Located in a turn-of-the-century, former communist government building across from City Hall, and within steps of the Old Town Square, the hotel creates a luxurious and intimate experience for locals and international visitors alike.


Style & character: 9 / 10

“The Emblem has worked with a dizzying number of interior and furniture designers (local and international) to ensure plenty of unique eye-candy, including specially commissioned copper lamps in the rooms and hand-picked wallpaper along the corridors. Rooms and public areas are chic and luxurious, dotted with antique tables and Fleming & Howland leather sofas as well as contemporary artworks from local and international artists that belong to the hotel’s own art collection (The Emblem Collection).”

F&H Chesterfields for The Fumoir room.

The Fumoir is not only the singular smoking room in the entire hotel, but it is also one of our more intimate spaces open only to M Club members and guests staying in one of our signature suites. With classic Chesterfield sofas, a cosy fireplace, a collection of books, and a complimentary, fully stocked, “Self-Service” bar, this room offers you an ideal getaway.


“It’s also, refreshingly, the opposite of the dated local baroque style hotels that seem to be the standard norm in the city. Sprinkled with an enviable collection of pieces by top designers like Tom Dixon lighting and Fleming & Howland leather sofas, the concept here is to showcase the latest in the way of art and design. So far, so good.”

Designer: Alison McNeil, Dialog Design