Prague is known as “the city of the thousand spires” because it is full of historical monuments. The most popular attractions are the 17 bridges that cross the Vltava River, the Charles Bridge, the Old Town Square, and the Prague Castle. Apart from these, Prague also has a number of luxurious hotels, which are as follows-
- Alchymist Grand Hotel, Prague, Czech Republic.
Tržiště 19/19, 110 00 Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic
A stone’s throw away from the Prague Castle, the Alchymist Grand Hotel is built using the extravagant baroque style. The Aquarius Restaurant is well-known for serving fine Mediterranean and Italian cuisine. The luxury wellness Ecsotica Spa is the main highlight of this grand hotel.
- Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague.
Letenská 12/33, 118 00 Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic
Formerly a Monastery, the Augustine has successfully infused modern design into its traditional Czech identity. It is very close to the Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. The St. Thomas Beer served by the Refractory Bar is a must-try. The unique Tower Suite, which offers awesome views of Prague, is arguably the best thing about the hotel.
- Four Seasons Hotel Prague.
Veleslavínova 1098/2a, 110 00 Praha 1 – Staré Město-Staré Město, Prague, Czech Republic
The Four Seasons Hotel is made of three historic buildings which depict the three eras – Renaissance, classical and baroque. River-facing rooms provide stunning views of the Vltava River. Don’t think much before splashing the cash for the impressive massage treatment at the Ava spa. You will surely relax your senses with this treatment.
- Mandarin Oriental, Prague.
Nebovidská 459/1, 118 00 Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic
Another historic hotel built in a monastery is Mandarin Oriental. It provides a combination of traditional vibes and modern comforts. The rooms here are remarkably spacious. You can enjoy meals in their on-site restaurant, get socialized in their bar or enjoy basking under the sun on their rooftop terrace. One can also get a variety of treatments done in their in-house spa.
- Aria Hotel Prague.
Tržiště 9, 118 00 Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic
All rooms in the Aria Hotel are distinctly unique and each of them is named after a musician! The highly scenic Vrtba Garden is the oldest baroque garden in the city. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. If you want to make your stay classy and royal, look no further than the Aria Hotel.
- Golden Well Hotel Prague.
U Zlaté studně 166/4, 118 01 Malá Strana, Prague, Czech Republic
The rich cultural and architectural history of Prague oozes out of almost every piece of the Golden Well Hotel’s interior. The award-winning restaurant, Terasa U Zlate Studne, serves both international as well as local cuisine on its outdoor terraces. The hotel offers best-in-class facilities and warm hospitality, making your stay the most memorable one.
- The Emblem Hotel.
Platnéřská 111/19, 111 00 Staré Město Prague, Czech Republic
The closest 5-star hotel to Prague’s Old Town Square, the Emblem hotel is a perfect example of modern luxury. The rooftop jacuzzi with brilliant views of the city leaves most of the guests in awe and I am sure you won’t feel like going home after staying here.
- The Grand Mark Prague.
Hybernská 12, 110 00 Nové Město, Prague, Czech Republic
Formerly a Baroque Palace, the Grand Mark Hotel is a member of Leading Hotels of the World. The hotel’s charming Baroque garden is a breath of fresh air you need to experience. The bright interiors of this hotel complemented with a wide range of amenities will make your holiday a memorable one.
- Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection.
Senovážné nám. 13/991, 110 00 Nové Město, Prague, Czech Republic
Originally a bank, one can feel Italian vibes in this neoclassical palazzo The Salon restaurant serves excellent modern international as well as Czech cuisines. The spa and wellness center is a class apart.
- Le Palais Art Hotel Prague.
U Zvonařky 1, 120 00 Praha 2-Vinohrady, Prague, Czech Republic
Le Palais Art Hotel is on the quieter side of the town and has a formal feel to it. Its lavish interior includes a polished wooden floor, a majestic art collection, and a grand piano! The hotel’s gourmet restaurant, Le Papillon, serves top-drawer European cuisines. Enjoying lunch at the summer terrace is a nice experience.
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