The 1930s Radisson Blu Alcron is within one block of Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic. It is one-and-a-half kilometres from Vysehrad, the city's birthplace. The nearest metro is Muzeum, and Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG) is 10 kilometres from the hotel.
The "in" hotel during Prague's jazz age, the Radisson Blu Alcron's 1930s image has been recreated. Throughout, the decor includes rich Italian marble, weighty chandeliers and creamy "milk glass". Amenities include concierge and 24-hour limousine service.
The hotel's Michelin-starred restaurant, Alcron, serves fresh seafood amid Art Deco surroundings, including an original marble fireplace, etched glass wall, a curved wall featuring jazz-age New York City and purple velvet chairs. La Rotonde is a 130-seat restaurant with curved banquettes, wrought-iron screens and Art Deco posters. It offers a buffet breakfast (surcharge), weekend jazz brunch, international dishes for lunch and dinner, and summer barbecues on the terrace. Filled with deep 1930s-look sofas, black leather banquettes and chequered wooden barstools, Bebop hosts local live jazz three nights a week.
The Radisson Blu Alcron's business facilities include meeting rooms, ballroom for 150 people, and complimentary wireless Internet access in public areas.
Leisure facilities include a well- equipped fitness centre, sauna and solarium. The hotel has a tobacco shop on site.
The Radisson Blu Alcron's 211 air-conditioned guestrooms have Art Deco-style fittings and prints. All rooms have complimentary wireless Internet access, flat-panel TVs, minibars and safes.