In 2024, Zleep moves into eastern Europe with the opening of the first Zleep hotel on Czech soil. The hotel will be located in Waltrovka, in the southwestern part of the capital, Prague, only six kilometers from the city center and 17 kilometers from the airport.
Part of a modern urban development project
Waltrovka is a relatively new district and an urban development project in the Czech capital, consisting of modern living quarters, office buildings, shops, café and city life and beautiful nature. The district is being developed step-by-step, and by 2024 it will also include a Zleep hotel. The hotel will have 166 rooms and a lounge with bar and reception in a modern, Scandinavian design. An international school, additional offices, housing and retail stores are in the pipeline as well. When the urban development project is complete, it will consist of 650 new apartments and 50 houses.
Prague as a destination
In 1992, the center of Prague was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The center reflects a multi-century long history, where outstanding attractions and buildings are still preserved. Here you will find exciting culture, varying architecture, breathtaking views, a romantic atmosphere, beautiful parks and most importantly, the best beer in the world. Here is definitely something for every taste of travel. Among the city’s most well-known sights are the Charles Bridge, the town hall with the astronomical clock, the Tyn Church where the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe is buried, Prague Castle and the huge gothic Saint Vitus Cathedral.
Zleep Hotels is a Deutsche Hospitality brand. Deutsche Hospitality operates seven further brands: Steigenberger Icons, Steigenberger Porsche Design Hotels, Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts, House of Beats, Jaz in the City, Maxx by Deutsche Hospitality and IntercityHotel. Deutsche Hospitality stands for an extraordinary hotel portfolio with more than 130 hotels on three continents.