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SUPERIOR Double Room

Room size 20 m2

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, safe, 40" SAT TV, radio, phone with FREE international calls, WC, desk, toiletries, whirlpool bath tub, ironing set, kettle, tea and coffee set, blackout curtains, silent powered curtains, free Wi-Fi 150 Mb/s, RGB LED lighting, twin/double option, design furniture, soundproofing, anti-allergy bedding.

from €76
per night

DELUXE Double Room

Room size 26 m2

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, safe, 49" SAT TV, radio, phone with FREE international calls, WC, desk, toiletries, whirlpool bath tub, ironing set, kettle, tea and coffee set, Nespresso, blackout curtains, silent powered curtains, free Wi-Fi 150 Mb/s, RGB LED lighting, twin/double option, design furniture, soundproofing, anti-allergy bedding.

from €91
per night

DELUXE Family Room

Room size 34 m2

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, safe, 49" SAT TV, radio, phone with FREE international calls, WC, desk, toiletries, whirlpool bath tub, ironing set, kettle, tea and coffee set, Nespresso, blackout curtains, silent powered curtains, free Wi-Fi 150 Mb/s, RGB LED lighting, twin/double option, design furniture, soundproofing, anti-allergy bedding.

from €121
per night

DESIGN Single room

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, laptop safe, 40" SAT TV, radio, phone with toll-free international calls, WC, desk, seating, toiletries, sparkling-system bathtub, iron and ironing accessories, kettle, free tea and coffee set, Nespresso, blackout curtains, hairdryer, scales, drying rack, bidet, noise-free electric curtain control, Wi-Fi 150 Mbps, RGB LED backlighting, twin/double set-up available, designer furniture, anti-allergy mattresses.

from €111
per night

DESIGN Deluxe Room

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, laptop safe, 40" SAT TV, radio, phone with toll-free international calls, WC, desk, seating, toiletries, sparkling-system bathtub, iron and ironing accessories, kettle, free tea and coffee set, Nespresso, blackout curtains, hairdryer, scales, drying rack, bidet, noise-free electric curtain control, Wi-Fi 150 Mbps, RGB LED backlighting, twin/double set-up available, designer furniture, anti-allergy mattresses.

from €111
per night

PREMIUM Design Room

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, laptop safe, 40" SAT TV, radio, phone with toll-free international calls, WC, desk, seating, toiletries, sparkling-system bathtub, iron and ironing accessories, kettle, free tea and coffee set, Nespresso, blackout curtains, hairdryer, scales, drying rack, bidet, noise-free electric curtain control, Wi-Fi 150 Mbps, RGB LED backlighting, twin/double set-up available, designer furniture, anti-allergy mattresses.

from €111
per night

101 – Lines of Light by Ivo Prokel

The basic colours of the room are anthracite, white and purple.

Room 101 is different, yet despite this, it fits into the overall concept of the hotel – with its simplicity which references the very architecture of the hotel building and also with the chosen colours.

Hotel guests can also change the colours themselves to suit their current mood.

A bathroom flooded with light, with a large window which connects the bathroom to the “rest of the world”.

He found inspiration in the complicated floor plan. “I thought about how to connect this space as much as possible. When I was sketching everything into the floor plan, the idea came to me to ‘light up’ those lines stretching across the whole of the space. I ran lines along the ceiling which pass through all parts of the room and which connect the whole space. The main creative feature of the interior was thus created, this also being a purely functional feature as it resolves lighting in the room,” says the designer, describing the interior design. He also allowed the LED strips which adjustable colours to “run” behind the headboard of the bed, thus creating the basis for the unusual atmosphere of the room.

from €111
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102 – (Gl)amour by Jan Pocepicky

In a glamourous style with typical decorated furniture.

IN AN ART DECO STYLE.

There is no point looking for conventional a wardrobe here. It has been replaced by a stylish glamour baggage trolley, which serves as a mobile coat rack with storage space in the bottom.

Eye-catching features include the art deco armchair and the side table which has a working clock integrated. “We also chose a single design feature in the same style in the form of a functional cast-iron radiator on legs with ornamental decoration along the whole length of the ribs. Its style has been underlined by ornamental chrome retro valves.”

There is a narrow dividing wall between the bathroom and the “bedroom” which provides interesting viewing options. You can relax or watch television in the hot tub the same as from the bed and the armchair.

Design of the room was accompanied by the idea of combining the legacy of the past with modern features and technologies. “The name of the hotel itself was a decisive factor for the concept of the design and style of the room, reference to the history and style in which the hotel was established, yet at the same time, a modern concept with hi- tech features and technologies,” says the architect who designed the room and recommends it for enjoying a bit of romance. The room is perfect for spending your honeymoon.

from €111
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103 – 50 Shades of Grey by Petr Stolin + Alena Micekova

A room loosely inspired by the book “Fifty Shades of Grey”.

“WHAT HAPPENS HERE, STAYS HERE.”

This room is supposed to evoke the feeling in guests that they have just found themselves in a classic New York boudoir, where the old is combined with the new, industrial and ostentatious features with items boasting their own personal story.

Grey is elegant, unobtrusive… and sexy. Other accents are found here too. Apart from the magical grey, renovated brass light fittings have also been installed here and upholstered furniture from the original Imperial of the 70s.

The room contains not only reference to the colour scheme, but also for example to the surrealist atmosphere of films by Almodóvar which it should partially evoke.

A distinctive feature in the room is constituted by the cleverly distributed mirrors which the designer has already used a number of times in his previous projects. Great inspiration was taken from photographs by Helmut Newton, Roy Stuart and Tereza z Davle… The interior of the room is a scene which, thanks to its atmosphere, invites you to enjoy undreamed of experiences.

from €111
per night

112 – Retro 1986

Retro 1986

Room size 20 m2

Room Facilities: Air-conditioning, heating, minibar, laptop safe, 40" SAT TV, radio, phone with toll-free international calls, WC, desk, seating, toiletries, sparkling-system bathtub, iron and ironing accessories, kettle, free tea and coffee set, Nespresso, blackout curtains, hairdryer, scales, drying rack, bidet, noise-free electric curtain control, Wi-Fi 150 Mbps, RGB LED backlighting, twin/double set-up available, designer furniture, anti-allergy mattresses.

from €170
per night

118 – Analepse 118 – Skubb Studio

What impact would nature, vandalism or the ravages of time have on the room?

"THE IDEA BEHIND THE ROOM COMES FROM IDEAS ABOUT WHAT THE ROOM/HOTEL WOULD LOOK LIKE IF RENOVATION WORK HAD NOT STARTED.”

The designers used items which they found, refashioned and give a new lease of life to for the furnishings in the room.

The natural chaos is a cross-section of several eras – in the Analepsis room, which takes its name from the cinematic or literary device in which the time line of the story is interrupted and the story returns to an earlier moment in time.

A secret entrance leads to the bathroom. The bath in the room is the only bath in the hotel which does not have a jets. Every item in the bathroom is an original piece, its own master. The washbasin is blue, the toilet green (and also stands on a dais). A practical reason – the incline of the waste pipe – has uplifted the green throne and thus underlined its function.

In order to underline their ideas, the designers allowed “trees to grow through” the room, which creates the impression that it has been completely ravaged by the onslaught of time. “We wanted to use features which still work well and which convey the character of times gone by. They can be combined with contemporary features or those which are completely diametrically opposed. Our procedure was also that in which somebody came into the room and left something there, after which somebody else came in and “slapped” something of their own over the top. The same as used to happen before 1989.”

from €111
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119 – Reflection by Karel Novotny

Cold materials, ceramics and glass, come across as warm and pleasant in the imaginary world of Karel

MIRRORS ON THREE COLUMNS.

Space linked by openings and complemented by mirrors gains in openness, yet retains separate zones for hygiene, rest, relaxation and work.

The design objective was to connect the whole of the space with a single floor while preserving a high level of durability and ease of maintenance. “Digital printing technology made it possible to produce ceramic tiles with an absolutely perfect texture.”

The other distinctive interior feature is the spatial mirror – columns which are a practical accessory or reflection of the surrounding area and which create an imaginary world,” explains the academically trained sculptor.

The colour scheme of the fixtures and fittings offers subdued and calm earthy shades. The bathroom is also full of light. “It would be a shame not to allow daylight into the bathroom and that is why I designed two high windows with matte glass for the frontal wall. The room is designed for two guests with the option of separating the beds. When the bathroom is in use, the other guest knows that it is occupied,” says this proponent of a simple, clear and timeless style.

from €111
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120 – LARGE BESKYD ROOM by Kamil Mrva

A simple connection between man and nature.

WOOD SYMBOLISES THE CONNECTION BETWEEN NATURE AND THE TRADITION OF THE MORAVIAN WALLACHIAN-LACHIAN REGION.

Rooms are conceived in such a way that they can be rented either individually, each separately, or both at once thus creating a family suite.

The interior of the rooms is simple and uncluttered. It works only with basic materials and colours.

We believe that the power of wood is so great that nothing else is required.

With its work, our studio set the bar high and we expect the same from others. In this design, we made sure that everything was put in the right place.

from €111
per night

121 – SMALL BESKYD ROOM by Kamil Mrva

A simple connection between man and nature.

WOOD SYMBOLISES THE CONNECTION BETWEEN NATURE AND THE TRADITION OF THE MORAVIAN WALLACHIAN-LACHIAN REGION

Rooms are conceived in such a way that they can be rented either individually, each separately, or both at once thus creating a family suite.

The interior of the rooms is simple and uncluttered. It works only with basic materials and colours.

We believe that the power of wood is so great that nothing else is required.

With its work, our studio set the bar high and we expect the same from others. In this design, we made sure that everything was put in the right place.

from €111
per night

201 – Beauty of the North by Marika Tafatova

Snow-capped hills, a fresh “corduroy” pattern on the slope.

EVENING RELAXATION.

Marika Tafatová associates Liberec and the Jizera Mountains with skiing. This is why the room is furnished in a simple manner, in natural colours, with light wood and a stone décor.

The headboard of the bed is a dominant feature in the room, creating a silhouette of Ještěd with its famous hotel and television tower. The silhouette is given a special atmosphere by the headboard, backlit with a LED strip in which guests can choose the colour according to their mood, the same as elsewhere in the hotel.

The interiors of the hotel and Ještěd television tower dating back to 1973 are commemorated in the room designed by Marika Tafatová by the armchair and the bedside table.

“While creating the layout, I wanted to ensure that the guest would be able to use the whole space sufficiently with plenty of daylight. This is why the room is partially connected to the bathroom by a glass wall which optically expands the space, allows more light in and allows for a view of the balcony from the room. The bathroom becomes another part of the living space designed for relaxation,” says the designer, describing her work.

from €111
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202 – Artless Room by Ondrej Plasil

Beautiful countryside and “harsh” conditions for life.

MINIMALIST CONCEPT.

Designer room 202 is a loose parallel with the city which the guest will become acquainted with during their stay. Ondřej Plašil sees Liberec as a city with beautiful countryside and also “harsh” conditions for life.

The minimalist design concept is based on an angular floor plan shape of large, partially movable wooden surfaces creating the functional corners of the room. The two levels of the interior communicate with their user. The room can work as an open space with its fixtures and fittings, or can be completely closed off from its surroundings, thus creating a peaceful internal environment.

The design uses a contrasting combination of the decorative grain of the plywood facing with the rawness of prefabricated joints, austere lighting, stylish seats and a curtain wall. All in black.

Conventional hotel furnishings such as the bed, bedside table, wardrobe, desk, minibar and bathroom are covered in wooden cladding.

These basic building blocks in room 202 can be used by the visitor according to his or her mood.

from €111
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203 – Jestedsky pokoj by David Vavra

Inspiration from an icon of the 20th century.

MEMORIES OF JESTED.

“For me, Jested is a beacon and an inspiration. In addition to that, we are children of the architecture influenced by Brussels 58, which you have a deep personal relationship with,” professes the architect, actor, writer and occasional poet, the academically trained architect David Vávra, designer of the Jested room.

 Karel Hubacek fascinates David Vavra with the Jested project which he designed in 1968. “Remembering Jested, I must also mention the structural engineer Zdeněk Patrman and the interior architect Otakar Binar who was able to introduce a poetic heart into a technical structure. Binar designed everything inside from the radiators, the chairs and the tables, all the way through to the waiter’s pouch, on which the letter J is embroidered.”

“I like natural materials which are able to age – stone, brick and wood.”

The tiles in the bathroom are a loose paraphrasing of the original Jested vertical tiling.

“They had to be cut from square patterns as they are not manufactured. I was impressed by the dedication and quality of the collaborating companies. Atypical rooms such as these are created as a search and the companies joined in with that search process,” says David Vávra in appreciation of the quality of collaboration. The curtains with motifs of the architect’s drawings match the colour of the walls in the room. The same material is used to cover the chairs and armchairs. Jested also provides inspiration for the wooden furniture in the room. The bed and bedside tables bear the characteristic shape of the letter H, as designed by Otakar Binar for the rooms at Jested.

from €111
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218 – Graphic by Atelier Kunc

Street style and news – inspiration from the streets and cities.

MEMORIES OF TRAVEL.

“I wanted a light, minimalist design, a sort of traveller’s ‘lab’ where there is nothing superfluous or over-designed,” says Michal Kunc, describing his intention.

The room has a “street style” tone to it, with drawings, messages, jokes and internationally comprehensible pictograms.

Graphic design was provided by Zdenek Hackl. He chose a black and white combination which matches the cleanliness of an otherwise white room.

An interesting feature in the room are the beds, which are made of pallets which have been painted white. The white in the bathroom is complemented wonderfully by the wooden floor and the end wall behind the washbasin which is fitted with several mirrors of different sizes.

from €111
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220 – Backstage by Barbora Mluvkova

Hollywood. The world lies at your feet.

THE NIGHT “AFTER THE PREMIERE”.

After an exhausting day filming, the film diva wants to find some peace and quiet and a little comfort backstage. She wants to be immersed in luxury and to be pampered. The hotel guest also wants to feel like that.

The room designers stylised the room in the spirit of black-and-white film. This monotone look, or rather lack of colour, has been intentionally livened up with gold.

The plaster in the bathroom, the armchairs and the curtains are gold. The chair by the desk is a work chair – a director’s chair.

A spot light lights up the walls with posters showing iconic items from films, hotel guests can argue about which ones. And films – they can be played while resting on the canopy bed. Over the headboard of the double bed is large-format photo wallpaper, on which a view of the Hollywood Hills spreads out before the hotel guests. The day begins and ends in the “great big world” of film stars.

from €111
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221 – Hunting Room by Barbora Mluvkova

Austerity and simplicity are characteristic of a room designed for hunters.

TILES AND MIRROR LIKE IN A CHATEAU.

When designing the room, the designers mostly had men in mind: directors, managers, sales representatives and other similar men – hunters.

They tailored the whole concept to suit men like this. “There is basically no furniture in the room, or rather the wooden floor merges into the headboard and the wall cladding, from which bedside tables emerge.”

The simplicity of the room is broken up by hunting decorations. Antlers hang above the bed – a classic hunting trophy spray-painted white, complemented by black-and-white targets. The illuminated bear decoration is extremely eye-catching.

“You have to keep your eye on the prey all the time,” says the architect, and this is why she chose a large window with clear glass allowing a view from the bedroom into the bathroom. The tiles in the bathroom, which include an antique mirror frame, take inspiration from the wallpaper pattern in chateau lounges. Six irregularly repeated types of patterns are used for the tiles. Hunting does get rather wild sometimes.

from €111
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301 – On the Wave by Ondrej Kamenicky

The guest will feel like they are on a wave in the room by Ondrej Kamenicky.

SLIDE INTO A WONDERFUL NEW DAY... EVERYTHING IS GOING TO BE OK.

The architect created a flowing – so-called fluent – space, where the curve of a profile glass diving wall guides the visitor leisurely past the bathroom. “The distinctive vertical wave of Copilit – profile glass – leads to the calm of the horizontal wave of the bed which rises right out of the floor.

The bathroom can be made out behind the profile glass in areas of colour and shadows. The intimate zones of the bathroom are more hidden in the meander of opaque, only translucent profile glass,” says Ondřej Kamenický, describing the design. He was evidently inspired to use profile glass by the original Ještěd department store by SIAL.

The architect took the two squares of the given space as a challenge. He wanted to connect them organically.

The horizontal wave of the bed rises directly from the floor. The hidden bed frame is clad all the way to the floor with an industrial mosaic of high-quality solid oak. The walls are covered in wallpaper. Dark. In order for them to not endlessly spread light, but allow for creation of a calm atmosphere with islands of light and darker bays.

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302 – Industrial Flat by Martin Uher

Industrial style with modern details testament to the past of Liberec.

EACH ITEM AN ORIGINAL.

Three-oh-two on the door and on the wall separating the living area from the bathroom. Yellow with a white door. Yellow and blue-green colours liven up this patriotic room.

Ninety percent of furniture and accessories were made specially for this hotel room and no other identical item will ever be made.

Four ceiling-mounted lights and the blue-green wall next to the balcony with “meteorites” are reminiscent in shape of the dominant feature.

“The basic idea while developing the design was to link the historical legacy of Liberec with the modern concept of contemporary design and to project industrial elements into this,” says Martin Uher.

On the wall over the headboard of the bed is photo wallpaper with a view of the former Liberec Spa and opposite this, also a black-and-white photo of Ještěd.

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303 – Gallery Room by Barbora Sacher

Variable exhibition space with offering the possibility of completely clearing your head.

CURTAINS CLOSED. ABSOLUTE PEACE.

The basis of the room is neutral, subdued. Barbora Sacher has allowed graphics to come to the forefront and has chosen timeless, elegant furnishings and colours ranging from white and various shades of brown, all the way through to grey and has tended rather to play with textures.

The rotating bed in the middle of the room and the whole concept dominate the room with reproductions on the walls (photos by Jan Černý aka Blacker94 and pastels by Blanka Brožová). These were in fact the decisive factor in the atypical choice of location for the bed. From the one side, it has a desk which can be used as the headboard and also provide support while watching television and from the other, a television panel.

The design specification included the possibility of seasonal alteration of the room. It is thus easy to change the pictures by artists which the designer chooses herself.

Anybody who wants to have absolute peace can hide the graphics by drawing the curtains which have LED backlighting. The Gallery Room can thus provide the visitor an intense artistic experience or cut them off from the world and provide them absolute peace. Curtains can also be used to hide the glazed bathroom and provide more privacy.

from €111
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317 – Brick&Wood by Katerina Souckova

The room is supposed to give a cosy imp

LIKE IN A SHOP WINDOW.

“I had an idea about the room in warm natural materials, i.e. with wooden panelling and furniture and with a heavy woven fabric on the curtains and padding. And with a brick wall which livens up the whole space,” says the designer.

The wall above the headboard is made of small bricks. It was originally supposed to have been painted white but in the end the surface was sealed with a see-through coating. Why paint it when the bricks themselves are so impressive?

She combined the wood on the floor – oak mosaic in a chequered pattern – with wooden panelling.

The large window in the room with a view of the city centre was a challenge for the architect. She placed a large bench and an armchair under the window which is evocative of a shop window. A place to sit, to rest and to watch what is going on in the outside world.

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318 – LBC by Tomas Holub

A stylised map of Liberec on the ceiling makes designer room number 318 original.

HE WHO SEEKS SHALL FIND!

Unadorned white walls (the bed is white too) create a neutral background for conception of the room. They make the space seem bigger and allow other features to come to the forefront, such as the map, the bedside tables and the four distinctive lights which stand in for a chandelier. They are focused on the ceiling map.

A stylised map of Liberec on the ceiling makes designer room number 318 original. It on the one hand links the living space with the bathroom and on the other, presents the city of Liberec in a simple graphic form.

The location of the hotel is indicated in red and you can make out the streets, squares and buildings. How much the guests study the map all depends on how curious they are.

While designing the room, the architect Tomáš Holub took has starting point from his own ideas about the ideal hotel room. He wanted it to be pleasant, practical and unobtrusively imaginative. A room, which is able to acquaint the guest with their new surroundings in a leisurely manner, to arouse interest and allow the guest to think. Can the room be classified as one of the patriotic ones? “This is a trivial and thus also comprehensible association of the room with the city of Liberec. Thanks to the map, the room endorses its city and presents it the way it is,” explains the architect.

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319 – Kompozice by Nikola Filipova

Mondrian’s abstract world full of geometric lines, blocks of colour and perfect harmony.

BLUE, RED, YELLOW.

Geometric and clean lines which do not disturb the overall balance of the surfaces are characteristic for room number 319 designed by Nikola Filipová and Markéta Orlová.

Black lines, which the shape of the coat rack and shelves match, clearly define the areas. White or red, blue or yellow both for furniture and also in the small windows lit with LED strips. The colour concept also extends to the bathroom.

Both designers already discovered a penchant for abstract art while studying art history. They were fascinated by the work of Piet Mondrian.

“The colour scheme and simple lines of his pictures are so timeless that we believed we were setting out in the right direction and that we would be able to create a room that each and every visitor would remember, whether they like it to a greater or lesser extent. In any case, it will leave its mark on them. Some people might even learn about this artist for the first time,” say Nikola Filipová and Markéta Orlová, justifying their intention.

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321 – Rock’n’Roll by David Konrad

A room where you can put on your favourite music and feel like you are at home.

IT’S ALL ROCK'N'ROLL

Led Zeppelin, the Rolling Stones and many more – musical icons in one collage.

The room is fitted with a Yamaha sound system, Harman&Kardon speakers and a jack for connection of a telephone or other device.

 

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320 – On the Roof by Vit Janecka

You will be taken all the way to the roof of the Imperial via the photo wallpaper.

A HOTEL IN A HOTEL.

His room oozes an industrial “loft” atmosphere. It comes across as dark yet decent at the same time. Greetings from the architect itt Janecka.

In order to emphasis the uniqueness of the bath standing in an open space, he placed it on a dais made of oak flooring, in contrast to the materials in the room. Although the bathroom is part of the room, the guest gains privacy thanks to the sliding wall.

The toilet is a separate part of the sanitary facilities, this being rare even in designer rooms.

“That scene had its own charm, a slightly moss-covered roof with a metal IMPERIAL sign with the surrounding city landscape in the background. This motif, although slightly modified, provided the theme for the wallpaper which decorates one wall with the door to the room,” says the architect.

 

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401 – Vadi by Marketa Safferova

In the beginning there was colour. Turquoise. And lots of ideas.

A FOUNTAIN IN THE MIDDLE OF THE SQUARE.

The colour of the room is turquoise. Together with the glass of the hanging decorations, this references crystal-clear water, the main element represented by the bath. Everything revolves around this and also around the colour turquoise, from which the complementary shades of grey-brown are reflected.

The handing glass decorations located along the operating lines or subtly marking the shades of the lighting in individual zones play a major role in perception of the room.

The fixtures and fittings in the space unite the two rooms into one and connect the operational zones.

The materials used are based on waterproof imitation leather. The table is made of two slabs of artificial stone. This material guarantees a clean solution for the edges of objects with an organic shape in places where the facing is exposed. The floor is made up of two coverings – the carpet creates a place of comfort in the bedroom and PVC is practical for wet operation around the bath. The walls, which the eye should not notice, are white. This optically enlarges the space.

 

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402 – Royal Bed by Katerina Souckova

A glass wardrobe and chateau-style canopy bed make this room unique.

A WARDROBE FROM GLASS.

I wanted the bathroom to be part of the room, for it to be connected visually, not however in an unimaginative way. And part of the intimacy was also preserved without the printing on the glass.

“Just like each and every woman, I too like thinking up combinations of clothes to go out in, and I mostly don’t have enough time to do that. So, I can already have a look at what is in the wardrobe from the bath and choose what to wear.”

Apart from the above-mentioned atypical features, the dominant feature here is the bed. Distinctive, light, in a chateau style thanks to the padding at your back and lowered ceiling which copies the design of the bed and creates a “canopy”. It thus creates an intimate space to sleep but does not close it off.

The surface treatment on the walls behind the bed and into the bathroom is fine plaster. The large headboard behind the bed has a lot of padding, this drawing attention and enhancing the impression of softness of the bed. The brown plaster is coordinated with the large-format floor and wall tiles in the bathroom and meets the floor in the room tone in tone. “I coordinated the overall colour scheme in the room into neutral shades. I like using these in interiors because you can easily complement this base with accessories which can be changed over time or according to your mood, giving the interior a new appearance.

 

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403 – WRONG WAY ROUND by Borek Sipek

The entrance is where the bathroom should be. And vice versa. A room the wrong way round.

THE HANDWRITING OF BOREK SIPEK.

The original glass gold-clear mosaic in the bathroom and the designer chandeliers are complemented by a sofa, specially designed for precisely this project.

The whole layout of the room is based on symmetry. The doors to the wardrobe and to the bathroom are located axially along both sides of the room and the bed is located between them, partially set back in an alcove.

The gold-clear mosaic with motifs according to a design by Borek Sipek is also an original work.

This matches the golden yellow painting in the entrance hall. The paint work in the room is light grey, complemented by wallpaper in a similar shade in the alcove behind the bed. The bathroom has white tiles in conventional format. The colours which were chosen make the room even lighter, it enjoying sufficient natural light and impressive views. Views of Jested and the mountain ridge of Jested already open out when entering the entrance hall, views of the surrounding buildings and Javorník in the distance are offered from the room and the bathroom.

 

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418 – #UAXdesign by Radek Leskovjan

A screen with pig decoration, a headboard with notches showing the number of orgasms?

SKIS FROM THE UAX ROOM!

“In a standard room, I only combine UAX! designs with retro furnishings. In renovation, I always look for what was left of the original and what can be used in combination with UAX! pictures on chalk walls,” says the architect, providing an insight into his intention.

According to Radek Leskovjan, you don’t need a lot of money to create an original and humorous design. All you need is a little imagination and for example, some of your grandmother’s old furniture. The entrance to the bathroom is impressive, through the original wardrobe with sliding doors. They have black stripes at the bottom, matching the opposite stripes in the bathroom. And even the legs of the retro table.

Drawings were created using a Centropen LINER 2811F marker.

One unique feature is the UAX DESIGN skis by LUSTI, 172 in length with a radius of r16 which guests can borrow. Radek Leskovjan brought the idea of the project manager Šárka Šolcová to life. “When she saw them in my car, she came up with the idea of placing them in the room with the option of borrowing them. Nobody has skis in their room and that is why I wanted them there,” he says, mentioning another atypical feature.

 

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419 – White box by Atelier Kunc

A news strip “runs” from the television wall on the ceiling all the way to the head of the bed.

PHILOSOPHY AND NEWS.

Memories of travelling inspired Michal Kunc in the concept for both of his rooms. White box with the number 419 has a News theme and as you can tell from the name, has a white colour scheme.

“The rooms were created together, partially while travelling. Because I travel a lot, I wanted to make my dream come true and do a designer room for the eternal traveller, for globe trotters. The sort of room where I can stop for a moment, get my thoughts together and rest before continuing in my travels.”

“I wanted a light, minimalist design, a sort of traveller’s ‘lab’ where there is nothing superfluous or over-designed,” says Michal Kunc, describing his intention.

He took inspiration from the city streets and places he has been to and also from old magazines. He chose black-and-white graphics designed by Zdeněk Häckl in a “news” style. The news strip with newspaper articles runs from the head of the bed across the ceiling all the way to the opposite wall with the television. This means that after a demanding day, the guest can lie on the bed in the room and read, reflect, remember and travel together with the designer of the room in spirit.

 

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420 – Lavande by Lukas Capka

“You are my lavender” – these are words sung by many a person in the chanson penned.

LAVANDE IS AN IMPRESSION.

The architect Lukáš Čapka has created a unique room with a hint of lavender which helps rest and relaxation, creates a softly and fluently calm space.

“The rounded walls act as a veil which surrounds the spirit and induces a feeling of calm,” says the architect.

The shape of the room’s interior is based on the idea of reflection of the outer space into the spiritual realm.

Behind a rounded wall with shiny paint, which blends seamlessly into the wardrobe, is the bathroom. The television is located on the wall and does not thus disturb the concept of the room.

 

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421 – Polygone by Lukas Capka

Polygone is a finite part of a plane bordered by a closed polyline.

POLYGONE IS EXPRESSION.

Lukáš Čapka designed the dynamic space of the Polygone Room sharply and strictly in the spirit of growing crystalline structures.

The designer is convinced that “shapes modelled in a polygonal manner and contrasting earthy colours give your day energy and a strong focus”.

The shape of the room’s interior is based on the idea of reflection of the outer space into the spiritual realm.

Its concept is based on the shape of sharply cut angular walls of the room, which give the impression of being a growing black crystal. The austere shapes intentionally intrude into the inner space and create energy which is stimulating and provides motivation.

 

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501 – Infinito by Cristina Mejia

Wood makes the room very pleasant and warm, this impression being enhanced by use of the yellow.

“INFINITY”

Walls transformed into furniture. Cristina Mejia decided to free up the space as much as possible, leaving it free of obstacles.

“While looking for a way to leave the space of the interior free and yet meet all of the required hotel standards, I implemented the idea of transforming the walls into furniture. The walls become a bed, they are transformed into a table, a sofa and a wardrobe.

This furniture makes it possible to use the space in many different ways. To sleep, to relax or to work etc.

The headboard and the bed itself are made from different materials. This does not spoil the impression and everything still comes across as an integrated whole. Just like the floors in the room and the bathroom. These are also from different materials, but the same hint of grey enhances the concept of spatial continuity. Strategic distribution of walls ensures privacy in the bath or in the bathroom as such without the need to use a door. Its job is performed by a wardrobe.

 

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502 – Ondra by Chybik&Kristof Architects and Urban Designers

Both rooms can be rented together or each separately.

A LIVING GALLERY.

“The furniture is concentrated in the middle of the room in order to free up all of the walls, which are austere white to ensure that the pictures stand out as much as possible. Rails are fitted to the walls to hang them.”

In the middle of room 502 is the bathroom, which is connected to the area with the bed, whereas there is a walk-through gallery all the way around.

The Ex post exhibition by the photographer Pavel Bartak has been on display in the room since December 2016.

The first exhibition to be displayed in the room was that of the photographs of Lukas Pelech, showing the Czech Republic pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan which was designed by the very people who designed this room.

 

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503 - Miso by Chybik&Kristof Architects and Urban Designers

Both rooms can be rented together or each separately.

A GALLERY OR A “TASTER”?

Just like in room 502, the furniture here too is located in the middle of the room. The walls are also used as a gallery.

The bathroom in room 503 is located in a separate room which, thanks to its layout, allows for an unforgettable view of the iconic Liberec landmark, the Ještěd television tower.

An exhibition of photographs by Pavel Barták has been on display in the room since December 2016.

The first exhibition to be displayed in the room was that of the photographs of Lukáš Pelech, showing the Czech Republic pavilion at EXPO 2015 in Milan which was designed by the very people who designed this room.

 

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518 – Jizera Room by David Vavra

The Jizera 50 K, one of the most famous cross-country skiing races in the Liberec Region.

START NUMBERS AND TIMES.

The Jizera Mountains with their famous “50 K” cross-country skiing race have been composed into this room by David Vávra. The Jizera room is supposed to evoke the feeling of a wooden house. The whole room is clad in wood and all of the furniture is also made of wood, evoking the theme of wooden cottages.

Worth your attention are the original curtains which are printed with drawings by the architect Vávra himself. The observant guest will recognise a few famous buildings and locations in the Jizera Mountains on them.

The television on the wall is covered by a picture with a motif of the glassworks in the mountain settlement of Jizerka.

David Vávra draws attention to a small dismantlable frame in which numbers taken from the Jizera 50 race will change, i.e. his race numbers and times. “I first took part in 1978, then I missed a few years, but I now compete every year. So, I now have some experience with the Jizera Mountains. It will be a challenge for guests to try to beat me. And when I stop competing, I will go back through history, because I have kept all of my race numbers,” he says. He would be interested to see whether guests staying in the Jizera Room are inspired to visit the mountains and to actively participate in the race.

 

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519 – Heavenly Room by Blanka Karhanova

The floor in which the room with a balcony is located is without a doubt the closest to the heavens.

GIVE YOU THE MOON

“I did not want a designer room full of the trends which surround us wherever we look. I wanted to create an experience, an emotion … another world.”

The chandelier from dazzling which “angelic” feathers then only enhances the atmosphere, thanks to which you can feel as if you are in seventh heaven, at least for a while.

The combination of floor coverings with a face of old wood and silky white colours in the other furniture or bathroom then allow the heavens above to play a starring role, this being the idea behind the whole design in this room.

“I chose a bed with a high slatted headboard and typical plasticity, which evokes a feeling of safety, memories of life in our grandmothers’ houses … of meadows full of moon daisies, corn poppy and bees … but also of that sky blue tin mug full of hot chocolate, which you get into bed with, ideally for the whole day. Nearby, next to the mantelpiece, stands a classic ‘wing chair’ and a coffee table, where you can read your favourite book under a soft tartan blanket.”

 

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520 – Hawaiian Snow by Ing. Lukas Pytloun

A combination of opposites which evokes pleasant feelings and allows for many different explanations

IF IT WORKS, DON’T FIX IT.

In the spirit of its name, the room is decked out in white, which can be coloured with a different shade using the adjustable LED backlighting, just like virgin snow.

The space is dominated by an expansive bed which can easily hold three fully-grown people, lighting is ensured by a magnificent chandelier, complemented by three lights from the hotel’s original fixtures and fittings dating back to its golden age.

The other fixtures and fittings in the room are the same as in Superior and Deluxe rooms.

As the designer Ing. Lukáš Pytloun himself says: “If it works, don’t fix it.”

 

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521 – Single Pleasure by Vit Janecka

The literary single room is the second designer room by Vit Janecka.

LITERATURE FOR MOMENTS OF BOREDOM.

The literary single room is the work of the architect Vít Janečka. “When I was thinking about how to theme the room, I realised that it should ideally relate to the fact that this is a single room. I imagined the potential guest and it seemed to me that there was a slight danger of “boredom” because such a guest would have no companion with them.”

This idea soon led to the plan for the designer room – to give it peace and dignity. And of course, other atypical aspects. The ceiling on the “literary side” ends in a curve, as does the wardrobe.

The architect placed a bookshelf within reach of the bed where the guest can find the appropriate work and also a chair.

The bathroom is optically connected with the room by a glazed wall and single floor with a wooden mosaic. LED lighting on the level of the ceiling creates interesting effects in the texts written there.

 

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