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(Photo: Pedro Szekely/Wikimedia Commons)

Prague's iconic Dancing House—which features two towers of glass and concrete that appear to be cutting a rug on the banks of the Vltava river—has been off limits for many visitors to the Czech capital because the building has been been used primarily for office space. 

But now part of the unique edifice has been turned into a hotel

And owing to the prime location of the towers—nicknamed Fred and Ginger, as in Astaire and Rogers—guests are in for some excellent views of the city from the hotel's 21 rooms; the building offers an especially good vantage point for checking out Prague Castle.

Prices start at 180 euros (US$201) per night. 



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