NYX Hotel Prague
The premise of this hip 91-room design hotel, formerly called Fusion until it re-opened in 2017 after a makeover and name change, was to collaborate with local street artists to bring urban flair to a refurbished Rondo Cubist hotel in Central Prague
, just a short walk to Wenceslas Square and the Jewish Quarter. It’s definitely a hotel meant to appeal to the younger set – rooms are done up in bright colors and graphic prints, with large windows that let in the light; and while some (but not all) tend to be on the small side, it’s a value for the price. There’s no restaurant on-site, but a breakfast buffet is served for a reasonable fee of 10 euros, and the “Clash” lobby bar is opened on Fridays and Saturdays from 3:30 p.m. to midnight serving drinks and bar food.