UBM secures occupancy permit for Hotel Andaz Prague

Robert McLean

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UBM Development has received the use permit for the Andaz hotel on Senovážné nám. in central Prague. Completion work on the “Sugar Palace” building in which it’s located is still ongoing (primarily fitouts and restorations), but the 176-room hotel should soon be ready for a soft opening. Fitouts of the ground floor rental units are also underway, for example on a FIO banka branch office. UBM director Josef Wiedermann described the Andaz Prague project as the company’s biggest-ever investment in the country, since entering the market 30 years ago. The Hyatt brand only has four other European locations: Vienna, Munich, London and Amsterdam. Since the Sugar Palace is a protected historical monument, the developer had to use the building’s original doors, windows and fireplaces. The completed facility will offer a restaurant, a wellness center and a 450 sqm space for events.

UBM Andaz


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