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Published on : Monday, December 2, 2013
Designed for families and travellers seeking something educative and truly out of the ordinary, Mandarin Oriental, Prague’s Secrets of Czech Glass-Making package provides entertainment through this celebrated Czech tradition. The two-night package offers guests luxurious accommodation in the inspiring ambience of this once Dominican monastery, as well as a glimpse inside Anezka, the private workshop of one of the most famous Czech architects and designers – Bořek Šípek, who has won many design awards and has repeatedly exhibited works at world famous exhibitions.
Ideally situated for exploring the city’s best offerings, Mandarin Oriental, Prague provides a comfortable and relaxing retreat with luxurious rooms and stylish dining options. Set amidst the picturesque Malá Strana neighbourhood and steps away from the famed Charles Bridge, the calm ambience of this one-time monastery inspires guests to enrich their knowledge about Czech traditions and hidden charms.
Guests who book this package will be comfortably transported by limousine to the Anezka in Novy Bor, and welcomed with a glass of Czech sparkling wine. A guide will provide a tour and lecture on glass-making and the specifics of Czech designs. There will also be an interesting show of glass master teamwork and those who wish to, will also have the opportunity to blow glass with the glass masters. The trip concludes with an Asian lunch at Šípek’s gallery restaurant, Kokoro.
Valid year-round, the Secrets of Czech Glass-Making package is available from EUR917 and includes:
The package is subject to availability. Rates are based on double occupancy and a stay of two consecutive nights, and are inclusive of service charge and tax.
Guests are also welcome to unwind and recover from this exciting day at The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, which offers a wide range of treatments where East and West blend in harmony to soothe both body and soul.
Source:- Mandarin Oriental