Steps from the exit of the Námĕstí Republiky metro, the sleek rooms of the King's Court straddle the line between modern design and functionality. Rooms are outfitted with art nouveau–inspired carpeting, orange velvet chairs, and oversized leather headboards for flair. That's bolstered by handsome dark-wood cabinetry, heated marble bathroom floors, rainfall showerheads, and large flat-screen televisions. The downstairs "mEating Point" restaurant may have a silly name,
but it serves passably good international cuisine and has outdoor seating. The ostentatiously beautiful chandeliers in the lobby make it a nice place to pass the time.