This magnificent building has a history which spans over 600 years. The impressive exterior facade and tasteful furnishings make the Art Deco Imperial Hotel a perfect choice for couples who want to make the most of a short getaway. It’s located just minutes away from the Palladium Shopping Centre and is 200 metres away from the famous Republic Square. Interestingly, it was previously owned by famous Czech writer, Vojtech Naprestek, and counted Franz Kafka as one of its esteemed guests.
Alchymist Hotel reflects a period in Prague’s history during Rudolf II’s reign, when alchemists were tasked with finding a way to turn metal into gold. Indeed, everything from the furniture to the upholstery is lined with golden details, creating a feeling of stepping into a fairy tale. It is fittingly located just 8 minutes walking distance away from Prague Castle, offering guests a perfect base from which to explore the peaceful Mala Strana district and delve into Prague’s historical past.
Guests who want to see all the sights that Prague has to offer would be hard pressed to find a more centrally-located hotel. The charming interiors of Savic Hotel offers guests a homely and comfortable base to rejuvenate from a busy day of sightseeing.
Golden Well Hotel has won numerous awards for its service, consistently topping the charts as the most luxurious and romantic hotel in the Czech Republic. This tiny gem is tucked away in the rose gardens of Prague Castle, where guests can experience an authentic stay in a Renaissance-style building. Guests should aim to book a stay during the warmer months of the year, when they can enjoy an unbeatable, panoramic view from the hotel bar and restaurant overlooking the red tiled roofs of Prague.
The Prague Four Seasons offers an ideal combination of historical architecture and plush modern interiors. For the discerning guest, a range of suites overlooking the Vlatava river offers an unparalleled vantage point to enjoy Prague from the comfort of their own room. The concierge services range from personalised boat trips to genealogical family histories, and just about everything else in-between.
Hotel Neruda does nothing to boast of its presence. Quaint and unassuming from the outside, its deceptive exterior houses a stunning juxtaposition of contemporary interior design. Each room is furnished in a sleek and modern style, in stark contrast with the building, which was first established in the 1300’s. Guests can look forward to a bountiful breakfast spread, which they can enjoy on Hotel Neruda’s charming rooftop terrace.
This recently refurbished boutique hotel is situated just a stone’s throw away from King Wenceslas Square, between the city’s historic old town and the Jewish quarter. The sleek interior design and modern amenities provide everything guests need for a comfortable stay. But be sure to book well in advance, as with just twelve rooms available, the Jungmann Hotel fills up fast!