Prague Airport has opened the AeroRooms Hotel, which offers 14 newly renovated rooms accessible from both the public and non-public area behind the passport control. The airport says the hotel´s premises are designed for both connecting passengers and clients who need short-term accommodation near the terminals. At the same time, Prague Airport is gradually renovating airport lounges to double their capacities and increase passenger comfort.
The AeroRooms Hotel was built on the site of the former Rest&Fun Center that used to offer eight rooms exclusively for passengers with connecting flights.
Jiří Petržilka, executive director of the non-aviation business of Prague Airport commented: “Through our new AeroRooms Hotel project we are responding to the continuously growing number of passengers and changing composition of potential customers. Our hotel is primarily to expand the airport’s accommodation capacities, increase their quality, and make them available to greater numbers of passengers.”