The tourist city metropolis of Prague has hundreds of hospitality establishments, most of which are considered the best not only in the capital, but throughout the republic. There is everything here — from small hostels to large business hotels such as Mandarin Oriental or Alcron, which have long taken their pride of place in the capital of the Czech Republic. And this is despite the fact that middle-class hotels are not much inferior to more luxurious and premium complexes. Another feature that distinguishes Prague is the rather low prices in luxury and premium complexes, compared to other European capitals.
In Prague, it is quite easy to find a vacation spot of your dreams, which is perfect for couples, as well as for a family vacation or a fun weekend with friends.
Almost ten years later, Mandarin is one of the impeccable palace-level hotel complexes in Prague. And we must say that the result is in line with expectations. Founded in a 14th century monastery and located in the very epicenter of the Mala Strana embassy district, the complex enjoys an excellent quiet location.
An atmosphere of calmness and solitude reigns here, while outside the walls of the residence there is a stormy and noisy life. The elite rooms are equipped with all sorts of modern attributes, which perfectly blend with the vaulted architecture of this building and offer a beautiful view of the green garden and the nearby castle. The spa center on site is by far the most luxurious in the city. It offers a very high level of holistic treatments that relax and rejuvenate after a long day of wandering around the city. The impeccable service of the Essensia restaurant and room service will leave only the most positive emotions about this place.
The Alcron spa complex is the legendary and best institution in Prague. Opened in 1932, it has been a luxury hotel for decades, home to the local bourgeoisie and wealthy guests visiting the Czech capital. Nationalized during the communist era, Alcron has not lost its tradition of superiority.
Greek interior designer Maria Vafiadis installed a chandelier from centuries past in the hotel with elegant décor combining art deco elements with modern trends. The rooms are spacious and equipped with all the amenities you would expect from such an establishment: a Nespresso coffee machine, L’Occitane toiletries, Villeroy & Boch, free Wi-Fi and a well-equipped fitness center and sauna.
But Alcron is famous for more than that. His eponymous restaurant, expertly run by Roman Paulo and with a Michelin star, is ready to surprise anyone. And of course the jazz bar Be Bop Bar is famous among the locals.
The arrival of the Kempinski hotel group in Prague in 2008 has added a lot of prestige to the city. The German-Swiss association chose the old U Věžníků palace east of the city for its first complex in the Czech Republic. And if this palace does not have the grace of colorful landscapes, it nevertheless has the virtues of offering guests accommodation in very spacious rooms and suites. Which combine modern features and a certain form of classicism. They are among the most comfortable in Prague.
The tree-lined courtyard and the adjoining vaulted terrace of the remains of the original palace give the hotel a certain charm on sunny days. The luxury complex is within walking distance of many entertainment and historical venues, including the mystical temple, which houses a modern and innovative spa center that will make your stay unforgettable.
The Alchymist luxury spa complex in Prague is housed in a magnificent 16th century building, to which a uniquely paved alley leads. This place embodies your most secret dreams, here your vacation will seem like a real fairy tale. Luxurious rooms featuring parquet floors, royal carpets and awnings, painted ceilings, gilded and marble bathrooms, and crystal chandeliers.
Cozy spa with Balinese treatments, an indoor pool, Aquarius gourmet restaurant with a terrace in a pretty courtyard overlooking the fountain. Everything here is luxurious, calm and picturesque and you don’t want to leave the territory of the complex at all. In terms of service and design, this is definitely one of the best romantic getaways.
The Emblem — a place that has no equal in Prague
The appearance of new luxury resorts in Prague is always a very interesting and surprising event in the life of the city. Opened in the fall of 2013, The Emblem immediately made it to the top of the modern boutique hotels in the Czech Republic in a short period of time.
Rooms amaze with impeccable and comfortable space with a very modern design in beige and gray tones. Compared to the rest of the complexes, The Emblem is the complete opposite of its competitors, who value originality at any cost. In terms of equipment, the hotel relies on a very high standard of facilities, both in the rooms (free Wi-Fi, wall-to-wall TVs, Nespresso coffee machine, marble bathroom and luxury linens), and in the M Spa, in where all kinds of services are available, both cosmetic and wellness. Friendly service and an ideal location on a quiet street connecting Viel-Ville squares with the Vltava make this place very popular.
If you want to relax in one of the best and most unusual holiday complexes in Prague, then welcome to Aria. This is a very successful hotel decorated in a musical style. The residence is located on the slopes leading to the castle, next to the ultra-guarded American embassy. About fifty rooms and several luxury apartments are available for guests. Each floor has its own style (classical, opera, jazz or modern), in each room the interior is dedicated to the famous musician with a worldwide reputation. Wall paintings, discography, scores and music are available in each of the elegant rooms designed by the Italian studio SPATIUM, whose architects Rocco Magnoli and Lorenzo Carmellini are known for their collaboration with Versace.
The complex has a separate exit to the wonderful baroque garden of Vrtbovska. As for the Coda restaurant, created by David Shashek, you will taste exquisite cuisine in it. And in summer, you can enjoy a delicious meal on the equipped view terrace, which is located on the roof of the complex, which offers one of the most beautiful views of the city.
The premium resort Le Palais is located in a small remote area of Vinohrady south of Prague, in a beautiful building from 1841, completely renovated in 1897 by its wealthy owners.
A fine example of Belle era architecture, Le Palais has retained the style that prevailed during the golden era of the 19th century. Large frescoes, stucco moldings, living room-library with fireplace. The atmosphere here is cozy and calm. A similar atmosphere is found in the beautiful rooms and suites of the complex. Soft carpet, blackout curtains, comfortable armchairs. Everything is done to make you feel comfortable, especially during the winter months. One of the rooms even has its own fireplace in luxurious wood trim.
A nice feature of this place is that here you can enjoy your vacation in peace and quiet, far from the city noise and crowds of tourists.
One of the best and most elite resort complexes Dolmus Balthasar is located a minute walk from Charles Bridge, in the very center of the city, which is undoubtedly a significant advantage. This recently renovated beautiful Baroque building has just eight rooms and suites. Inside, there is no ostentatious luxury, no well-known design. But perhaps this is what makes it a very cozy hotel with modern décor, where you will immediately feel at home.
Standard rooms are charming with exposed beams and slightly sloped ceilings while the Deluxe or Royal rooms are surprisingly large in size in excess of 40 square meters and are perfectly equipped for a hotel of this level. Great value for money is a big plus of this luxury hotel.
Buddha-Bar — a picturesque place in Prague
Since 2009, Buddha Bar has also been operating in the luxury hotel sector. And before Budapest and Paris, Prague was the first destination of this premier boutique hotel in the franchise.
And if you are skeptical about the idea of this diversification, which can be perceived as a simple marketing opportunity, then we can safely say that the result is impressive. The furnishings skillfully combine modern Asian design and French colonial motifs to give the hotel a particularly intimate atmosphere. Luxurious rooms (RKF sheets, L’Occitane toiletries), equipped with all sorts of modern amenities that should delight the most discerning clientele.
And of course, the hotel has its own Buddha Bar, where visitors and locals alike converge in a chic and relaxed environment.
One of the most beautiful hotels in Prague is hiding in a small street behind Wenceslas Square. This design complex has been hosting guests since 2008.
The Art Deco building has been refurbished by the dynamic local studio Mitte, which has transformed the design in line with current trends. The rooms are luxurious and high-tech (digital safe, Skype phones). But we especially want to mention the fabulous Hästens beds. These beds are handcrafted and considered the finest in the world. Icon complex is an ideal option for those who want to relax with special comfort without paying cosmic prices.
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