Gallery: Prague’s Luscious MOODs Hotel Melds Sustainable Materials With...

The tranquil but specialized bedrooms also feature Artemide furniture and recycled wood flooring. The linen and towels are 100% cotton and the beds are only made from natural breathable materials avoiding the use of rubber, PVC and polyester. Because a good night sleep is important and guarantees a good mood during the day, the hotel has chosen to use Hästens beds in all rooms. Hästens is Sweden's oldest bed manufacturer and they proudly supply beds of the Swedish Royal family. Projected on the walls are some fragments of Three Golden Keys, a famous Czech book by writer Peter Sís that brings a poetic Eastern European atmosphere to the rooms.

As soon as you enter MOODs, a huge tactile moss wall greets visitors with a tranquil atmosphere. An organic-shaped black velvet sofa surrounds a central golden column offering a soft place to rest after a long journey to the bustling Czech capital. At the reception, a magnificent back-lit wall made from chopped pieces of bamboo brightens up the space. The hotel’s internal system is all run on Macs, whom is also their sponsor.

Down by the corridor we find the hotel’s bar which also features a bamboo wall and a wrinkled paper decor. The bar, which guarantees all-day fun, is open 24 hours serving wines produced with no additives or preservatives and made by the most experienced makers in Italy.

The stylish dining room is equipped with classic furniture from Artemide set upon a striking recycled wooden floor. The menu boasts a wide variety of vegetarian food options, and the cooks are always on the lookout for the latest local organic products. The dining room is provided with a view of  an enclosed winter garden complete with a pebbled floor.


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  1. rashidul hasan June 13, 2011 at 7:56 am


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