If you’re visiting Prague, treat yourself to one of the outstanding 5 star hotels that the city offers.
The Hotel Le Palais is one of the five store properties in Prague. This beautiful property is a fine example of belle epoch architecture and has been lovingly restored with historical accuracy. Several portions of the structure are classified as historical buildings. This fine example of 19th century design will provide a lovely backdrop for your luxury visit to Prague. There are 60 rooms, all with updated bathrooms for your enjoyment. Another 12 elegant suites are available, and all have the most modern equipment available. The décor is tasteful, elegant, and true to its roots in the belle epoch style.
The stunning Hotel Ambassador is a fine example of Art Nouveau style and is located on the scenic Wenceslas Square. This wonderful five star hotel features outstanding rooms, each with a private luxury bathroom, a Jacuzzi tub and shower. Located at the centre of the city on its most famous square, the Hotel Ambassador is a treat for the discriminating traveller. It is close to everything, beautiful, and boasts one of the finest addresses in the city.
The five stars Iron Gate Hotel, located in the middle of Old Towne, is a charming 43 suite property. Most rooms feature antique furniture and several have authentic 14th century frescos on the wall. Located near the world-famous Astronomical Clock, this wonderful hotel is an ambience itself. The building dates from the 14th century and has several fine restaurants been featuring local delicacies.
If you’d prefer to stay near the castle, you might want to consider the Hotel Savoy. This hotel is grand, luxurious and prides itself on outstanding service. It is also convenient to the airport, monuments and sightseeing attractions. The 61 suites are elegantly appointed, feature complimentary mini-bar and a breakfast buffet and access to the “relax centre”, a unique facility with a sauna, Jacuzzi, a steam bath and fitness centre. One of the premier five star properties in Prague, the Hotel Savoy is a favourite choice of the veteran traveller.
The Mala Strana, or Little Quarter, is home to the new Hotel Aria, one of the first boutique hotels in the world. Not only is the property beautiful and well-appointed, the boutique theme adds an interesting twist to your stay. There are four floors of guestrooms, each dedicated to a different musical genre. Accordingly, the floors are called Jazz, Opera, Classical and Contemporary Music, and each of the guestrooms on the floor feature a different musical artist or composer in the genre. This unique concept makes each stay enjoyable and inspirational. You may want to choose one of the deluxe suites: the Crooner Suite (honouring Frank Sinatra), the Elvis Presley Suite, called the Rock ‘n Roll Suite, or the Bach Suite. The remaining 48 suites honour other artists and types of music. The Hotel Aria is a truly musical experience.
The Hotel Pariz has been a fixture in the old centre of Prague for over 100 years. This hotel has been owned by generations of the family, and the love that they have poured into the property is reflected in the fine amenities, outstanding service and five star rating. There are 86 fully appointed suites and several world class restaurants on a site. Conveniently located near shopping areas, the Municipal House and historical sites, the Hotel Pariz is a gem in the heart of Prague.
Hilton (Pobrezni) – The choice of the past two U.S. presidents to visit (or at least, their officially announced choice), the Hilton is an annual favorite in our survey. It offers all the amenities one might expect of a hotel of its size and stature: restaurants, health clubs and conference facilities. It’s slightly away from the city center on the riverbank but close to the Florenc metro stop.
Marriot (V Celnici 8) – here are plenty of beautiful smaller hotels in the Golden City, but this larger hotel is often overlooked. It offers a restaurant, bar, café, health center, spa and conference facilities. Its location close to náměstí Republiky metro station and the Palladium shopping center make it a convenient jumping-off point to get anywhere in the city. There is also an onsite casino if you’re feeling lucky.
Hotels in Prague
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