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Located just 25 minutes from the Ruzyne International Airport, this hotel offers luxurious rooms fitted with modern amenities to guarantee you a comfortable stay. Its Allegro Restaurant serves appetizing breakfast; relish it as you gaze upon the beautiful castle and river. The hotel offers interesting spa services that include a sauna, body massages and foot and hand treatments. A state-of-the-art gym equipped with a personal trainer is also available in the mornings; guests can enjoy complimentary juices and energy drinks here. For those who love the greens, the Praha Karlstejn Golf Club is within easy reach. Kids are treated special here, with certain amenities catering only to them. You can also find excellent business services making it a good halt point for any kind of traveler.
This hotel offers an incredible array of services and amenities that even the most discerning guests will not find lacking. A swimming pool and fully equipped gym will ensure that the gourmet food at the hotel will be put to good use. A trip to the solarium, saunas and massages melt away the tension. If you have forgotten to pick up anything in Prague, fear not, because boutiques, newspaper stands and plenty of other services make it possible to purchase anything that you may desire on-site.
Maximilian has all the grace of magical Prague from centuries past, while at the same time offering guests the modern amenities expected of a four-star hotel. Tucked away in a quiet stretch of the Old Town, the toned-down elegance of the place makes for a relaxing stay. Facilities include a Thai massage studio and a Floating Center where guests can relax in a bath filled with water enriched with natural crystals. All central sights are within walking distance.
One of the city's most exquisite examples of art nouveau architecture, the near 100-year-old Hotel Pariz is a Prague landmark that is known for its sumptuous attention to detail. The polished cast-iron railings of its circular, frescoed staircases lead guests to simple, yet tastefully decorated rooms with hand-painted rose motifs. This family-run hotel stands beside the city's most celebrated art nouveau building, the Municipal House, forming an attractive refuge in the heart of the city. Both the Sarah Bernhardt restaurant and Café de Paris fronting the hotel are Prague favorites.
Reopened in 1989 after being closed for over two decades, this elegant hotel sports classy art nouveau lines and curves. It almost tops the list of exquisite hotels located in architecturally significant buildings and is one of the city's finer examples of art nouveau architecture. Several packages (including New Year and honeymoon deals) are on offer, along with sightseeing tours. The hotel offers standard conference rooms and a modular multifunctional area on the second floor which is suitable for receptions and cocktail parties. Three types of suites are available as well as state-of-the-art conference facilities and lounges for a variety of events.
The Esplanades amazing 1920s art deco elegance received a much-needed facelift recently which enhanced the idiosyncratic charm of this beautiful structure. The restoration also left more opulently furnished rooms to match the magnificent lobby and splendid French restaurant below. The hotel attracts visitors more interested in counting the hours to their next opera or gallery exhibition than to their next business meeting. Nestled between two busy stretches, Wenceslas Square and the main train station, it is handy for taking in the sights in the center, but choosing a room towards the back of the hotel is a good idea.
Residence Nosticova offers some of the best accommodations in Prague. Fabulously reconstructed at the end of the decade by the city's finest carpenters, ceramists, decorators and painters, the residence is housed in a historic 17th-century building on a small, quiet, cobbled street in the Lesser Quarter. For dining, the popular Alchymist Club Restaurant features an extensive menu of fine Czech cuisine. Those who love to cook should book the Imperial Suite, which contains a small kitchen. Located in a quiet area, the hotel is a short walk from Kampa Park and the Vltava River.
Arguably the greatest accommodation in Prague, this hotel rests in the shadow of Prague Castle and is adorned with terraced gardens on all sides. The Restaurant U Zlate Studne overlooks the red tiled rooftops of the Lesser Side and an upper terrace fit for a king. Prices vary according to the season. See their website for information on reservations.
The luxurious Aria Hotel is located in the historical Mala Strana quarter in the historic centre of Prague. Free wired high-speed internet access is available. Away from the crowds but only 30 metres from the tram line, guests can reach the Old Town within a 15-minute walk across Charles Bridge. An extensive music and DVD library, Ipad in the room are part of each room. All guests receive a free welcome drink. In the afternoon, snacks and drinks are offered free of charge. From the rooftop garden terrace, guests can enjoy direct views of the city. The on-site Coda restaurant serves Czech and international cuisine in the dining room or on the terrace. The Aria Hotel provides direct access to the Baroque Vrtbovska Gardens. The Garden is open from April until the end of October.
As the name suggests, this gigantic mirrored cube, which looks like it fell from the sky and landed beside one of the stretches of the Vltava River, encloses the country's largest atrium. The atrium is filled with fountains, exotic flora and soft leather couches. The hotel caters mainly to business people and groups of travelers with cash to blow. The rooms are pleasant but lack the presentation and spirit of other luxury hotels. An endless list of guest services and facilities leaves next to nothing which cannot be arranged. Its list of distinguished guests include the Clintons and Nelson Mandela. Guests can enjoy Cloud 9 Sky Bar & Lounge, a rooftop bar with breathtaking views.
Set in the very heart of Prague, Novotel Praha Wenceslas Square is 100 metres from the I.P. Pavlova public transportation hub. The Wenceslas Square is only a 5-minute walk away. The hotel is non smoking. All en-suite rooms provide air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities and a sofa bed. The Novotel's spa centre features a large indoor swimming pool, a fitness area and sauna. Guests can use the computer with internet access in the Novotel’s lobby free of charge. The Coté Jardin Restaurant in the Novotel Praha Wenceslas Square serves traditional Czech specialities and international dishes. Drinks and snacks are also available in the hotel’s piano bar. Breakfast can be ordered at the reception upon arrival. The Old Town Hall with the Orloj Astronomical Clock can be reached within 20 minutes on foot or 5 minutes by tram. The National Museum is only 400 metres away and the Prague Congress Centre is 3 km away.
Hotel Le Palais Prague was originally a palace that was built in 1841, and was converted into a luxury boutique hotel in 2002. It is located in a residential area and is very close to the National Museum. It offers luxurious amenities for all its guests and holds the prestigious Leaders Club Gold Award for 2004 and 2005. The hotel shows off with great pride the splendid frescoes of Ludek Marold, an earlier resident on the top floor of the palace and one of the world's well-known Bohemian painters.