Part of the Dancing House, perhaps Prague’s most distinctive modern building, is to be turned into a hotel. The four-star Dancing House Hotel will accommodate its first guests in August, the operators said. It will offer 21 rooms, including suites in the towers of the Dancing House, which was designed in the mid-1990s by the world-renowned Frank Gehry and local architect Vlado Milunič.
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