In 1960, the houses known as the Atlantic, the Miner, and the Sevastopol became annexes of Grandhotel Moscow-Pupp. In total, the hotel giant thus offered 1,080 beds. The hotel managed three restaurants, the Florentina Bar, the Old Bohemian Pub, a café and a selfservice shop for the spa guests as well as hairdresser's and a permanent porcelain, glass and hunting equipment exhibition and shop. Contemporary advertisements deservedly denote Grandhotel Moscow-Pupp as the largest community center in Karlovy Vary. 1964 The first post-war major reconstruction of Grandhotel Moscow-Pupp was conducted from 1964 to 1968. In some aspects, it was very insensitive to the traditional hotel. Major criticism was aroused by the construction of the new roofed external veranda. On top of that the glass music pavilion, known as the Florentina Bar, was pulled down. 1965 The Hall of the Grandhotel Pupp was the venue of an international meeting of politicians and journalists, which demonstrated the political thaw between the East and the West. In this year, the Grandhotel Moscow-Pupp was the site of several scenes of the Czech film entitled Svatba s podminkou (Marriage on Condition). 1966 The English and French lounges were built especially for weddings and banquets. An automatic shoe cleaner was installed at the main hotel entrance as the latest technological novelty. From May until October, the first post-war tourist groups from the Federal Republic of Germany and West Berlin arrived at Grandhotel Pupp for one to three-week stays. Popular guests: Sheikh Abdullah Jabir Sabbah, Princess Ashraf Pahlavi of Iran, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. 1967 In April, Parkhotel was put into operation after its reconstruction along with the Ceremonial Hall with its newly designed and upto-date Florentina Bar, which featured an illuminated glass dance floor. The parking space in front of Parkhotel was also finished. 1968 French actor Pierre Brice, famous thanks to his film role of Indian chief Vinnetou, stayed at the Grandhotel Moscow during the International Film Festival. While he was staying at the hotel, it was surrounded by crowds of autograph hunters.