Extensive facilities inside the hotel’s Conference and Events Centre have been joined by two brand new sophisticated boardrooms on the Lobby floor.
Catering for those business people who require privacy and state-of-the-art facilities for meetings of up to ten people, both boardrooms are fitted with 65-inch flatscreen TVs, a media hub built into the boardroom table and are offered on a flexible pricing basis which includes hourly and daily rates.
Boardroom 1, the smaller of the two boardrooms (measuring 22 metres square), channels a Scandi look with wooden floors and a sleek shelving unit across one entire wall. The larger room, Boardroom 2, measuring 28.7 metres square, is minimalist in style and sits up to ten boardroom style in a soothing coffee and cream colourway, with dark wood touches and contemporary overhead lighting. Both rooms have been designed by internationally renowned London-based design studio Goddard Littlefair.
On the ground floor, Lounge 62 at Corinthia Hotel Prague is a new all-day dining facility which recently opened. The number in the name is a nod to the year that the first Corinthia hotel opened, in Malta, in 1962.
‘Broken’ plan seating with banquet and mustard yellow leather chairs exudes a luxurious and chic charm matched by Chef Richard Filip’s impeccably prepared International lunch menu featuring local influences and regionally sourced ingredients. Sharing plates are offered in the evening paired with expertly crafted cocktails.
Guests can enjoy everything from smoked salmon and fruits of the forest with fresh bakery products for a light brunch – paired with local products and cuisine as part of the hotel’s Artisan Market programme - to Lobster Bisque or a burger for lunch. Evening items range from a small plate of Czech charcuterie or Red Beet Marinated Salmon.
Afternoon Tea at Lounge 62 offers an exclusive selection of the world’s finest from Dammann Frères as well as the hotel’s handmade desserts from award-winning Executive Chef Krofta. An extensive wine list showcases a perfect balance of local, old world and new world wines.