Built by the renowned Moravian-Ostrava company Mihatsch & Ulrich, Hotel Imperial Ostrava welcomed its first guests onJanuary 1, 1904. Just as it stood back in 1904, "in the best place in the city," today's Hotel Imperial enjoys the same ideal location, close to some of the city's most popular attractions, at heart of Ostrava's city centre, right at the beginning of the pedestrian zone.
Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague is a historic edifice too, erected in the 1770s by architect Jan Josef Wirch, for Hubert Karel Pachtaof Rajov, and his wife. After serving as a private residence for many years, the palace was restored, and converted into the outstanding hotel you see today, one of the finest in all Prague.
Set within the 18th century Mokrowski Palace, Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is the third palatial Mamaison property celebrated in 2014. The hotel is furnished to satisfy any luxury craving sensibility, and is located at the edge of Warsaw's Old Town.
"All Mamaison Hotels rank among the finest boutique hotels and residences in their specific cities, a promise of quality we continue to build upon season after season," explained Christian Kettlitz, CEO of Mamaison Hotels and Residences. "Our value proposition is also reflected by recent nominations for several Mamaison Hotels to receive various prizes by the World Travel Awards" he added.
Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague, which won WTA's Czech Republic's Leading Boutique Hotel award in 2011 and 2013, is again nominated this year. Mamaison All-Suites Spa Hotel Pokrovka Moscow is nominated for both Russia's Leading Boutique Hotel 2014 and Russia's Leading Hotel Residences 2014; Mamaison Residence Sulekova Bratislava is among the finalists for Slovakia's Leading Hotel Residences 2014; Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is a Poland's Leading Hotel 2014 nominee; and Mamaison Hotel Andrassy Budapest is running for the Hungary's Leading Hotel 2014 award.