Three Storks Prague
This small intimate luxury hotel is perfect for those who want a stay to remember in the charming City of Prague.
Very elegant hotel set in a central location where everything is within reach. Suitable for business as well as leisure travellers who seek a place with great service.
Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague
A high standard hotel with good service and a perfect central location.
The Alton Hotel is a small hotel with a family-feel to it. It is a good choice for leisure travellers as well as those on business.
The Icon Hotel & Lounge Prague
Modern hotel, spacious rooms, luxurious bathrooms, breakfast is nice and varied. The location is excellent, close to Wenceslas Square, and a few more minutes to the Old City and the Charles Bridge. Highly recommended!
A wonderful property in a great idea of Prague. Restaurants and shops all nearby with great transport links.
The charm of Old Town Square
Prague is one well-preserved city steeped in centuries of history. Prague's Old Town is a maze of winding laneways and at its centre is Old Town Square, an expansive space graced with striking facades and medieval spires.
Located on the square itself is the Grand Hotel Praha, which offers direct views of the Prague astronomical clock from its windows. A little further on foot, Baroque interiors intermingle with modern comforts at the Old Town Square Hotel, which also provides easy access to Charlies Bridge and other city attractions.
Rekindle the romance
When it comes to romantic getaways, Paris is usually the first destination that springs to mind, but the fairytale-like city of Prague is also fluent in the language of love. Think historic bridges, charming medieval architecture and an endless number of cosy bistros scattered throughout the city and you’ve got yourself a pretty fine recipe for romance.
Loved-up pairs and honeymooners alike can find no shortage of luxe hotels to lay their head. At the indulgent Four Seasons Prague, you can drift off to sleep under a down duvet with the faint clip-clop sound of horses on the cobblestones in the distance. An hour outside of the city, you can play Lord and Lady of the manor at the opulent Chateau Mcely.
Eat, drink and be merry
Fancy a pint at a venue constructed entirely from car parts? Or how about dancing the night away in a 80s-themed club? Prague’s got it all. There’s no shortage of bars dotted throughout the city, but if you prefer to stay closer to home for your nightcap, there are a number of hotels with their own popular bars and lounges to wet your whistle.
The stylish Hilton Hotel Prague in Old Town boasts Cloud 9, a chic, award-winning venue that serves hand-crafted cocktails alongside remarkable city views. For something a little different, Buddha-Bar Hotel is an urban East-meets-West retreat, where you can savour the finest in ‘eatertainment’ at their restaurant-cum-lounge, before retiring to your incredibly lavish Asian-style abode.