Dlouhá Palace in Prague’s Old Town district is synonymous with luxury living of the highest quality. This recently reconstructed 1920s architectural marvel now houses several dozen luxury apartments, including including a premium suite in the classical style. The suite’s interior design accentuates the building’s Art Deco style and reflects its history. It’s traditional, yet modern and cosy. All you need to do is move in. One of the principal requirements of the extensive reconstruction was to maintain the original feel and genius loci of the palace. The apartment offers traditional materials such as travertine, oak wooden floors and brass highlights. Details such as replicas of the original doors and doorknobs and elegant, decorative Snowball lights by Louis Poulsen help evoke the period atmosphere. For comfortable living, the suite is wired with the BTicino smart household management system and equipped with a built-in audiovisual system by Bang & Olufsen. The attention to detail of the interior is seen in the execution of the bathrooms. Natural stone panelling is complemented by elegant glass and fittings by Villeroy & Boch, Duravit and Hansgrohe. Design connoisseurs will appreciate the many features and highlights by premium brands B&B Italia, Walter Knoll and Vitra. The public part of the property enhances the value of its residential units. Dlouhá Palace is known to most of Prague as the location of the Dlouhá Theatre, situated in the basement. The well-known Gurmet PasáÅ¾ (Gourmet Arcade), a sort of unofficial hub of Prague gastronomy, is also located on the premises. Dlouhá Street residents have access to the best of Prague stores, diners, cafés and restaurants just a few steps from their front doors. Dlouhá Palace residents benefit from the comfort of a 24/7 front desk, concierge service and underground parking.