Best Hotels In Prague

There are plenty of the best hotels in Prague Old Town. From a hotel on the banks of the Vltava River where Mozart once stayed, to one occupying a building that dates back to the 12th century with a rooftop restaurant looking out on Old Town Square, you aren’t short of options for exploring sights like Charles Bridge and the Clementinum Library in the historic heart of the capital of the Czech Republic.

Best Hotels In Prague

1. Mandarin Oriental Prague 

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A historic hotel deeply immersed in local tradition, Mandarin Oriental Prague is a carefully restored monastery dating back to the 14th century. Though set in the shadows of Prague Castle and surrounded by charming cobbled streets, the hotel offers a decidedly modern experience. I recommend to choose a Deluxe Terrace room for its private patio overlooking a flower garden or a Deluxe Suite for its vaulted ceilings and antique parquet flooring — each has been lovingly restored to preserve its character. The spa is the only one in the world set in a former chapel; under its glass floor, you can view remnants of an even earlier Gothic church.

2. Four Seasons Hotel Prague

Set in a premium Old Town location – on the picturesque Vltava River, a stone’s throw away from the Charles Bridge – the Four Seasons Hotel Prague interweaves its renowned service and comfort with Czech cultural traditions and centuries of architecture in this landmark of gracious design. At this luxury hotel, a contemporary main building unites three historical edifices: neoclassical, Renaissance and baroque. The 157 guestrooms, including 19 unique suites, are among the largest in town. Some offer breathtaking views of the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge while others have lovely views of the historical buildings in the neighborhood. Upon arrival, sign up for one of the signature treatments in the luxurious AVA Spa.

3. Augustine 

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Conveniently located in the radiant heart of Prague’s Lesser Town, right below Prague Castle and just steps away from Charles Bridge, this hotel is the quintessence of Prague’s history, character and beauty. As part of Luxury Collection, Augustine defines the destination with its deep history and energy inspired by the13th century Augustine monastery, which is interconnected with the hotel and still active with four monks living there. The property offers 101 individually furnished contemporary rooms and suites in various categories including four exquisite signature suites that will inspire guests and was designed by Olga Polizzi in 2009. Guests can experience local food and beverage in Augustine Restaurant and Terrace, Refectory Bar or tranquil Sundial Garden and Arcades.

4. Hotel Savoy

Celebrities can’t resist the quiet vibe surrounding this iconic grand dame, which feels hidden despite its close proximity to landmarks like Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral. (David Bowie, Sean Connery, and Marilyn Monroe have all checked in here.) While the hotel’s Art Nouveau façade dates back to 1882, the inside is far more modern. A working fireplace and grand piano greet guests in the lobby; upstairs, 55 rooms have marble baths and top-of-the-line amenities. After a day of sightseeing, book a well-deserved massage at the spa before dinner at Hradčany, where you can try traditional Czech specialties like roasted duck with red cabbage, caramelized walnuts, and potatoes or Pilsner beef goulash with Carlsbad dumplings and parsley onion.

5. The Emblem Hotel

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Hoteliers Olga Valtrova and her son Richard tapped a host of designers to ensure that every corner of the Emblem is photo-ready. The result does not disappoint. Not a single detail was overlooked, from the hand-picked wallpaper lining the hallways to the commissioned copper lamps, leather walls, and original artwork in the 59 guest rooms. Despite the building’s (and therefore guest rooms’) relatively small size, the Emblem packs a punch when it comes to amenities: there’s a top-floor spa and gym with stunning city views, an all-American steakhouse, and a multi-room hangout space where guests gather for complimentary coffee and tea, daily happy hours, and nightly movie screenings. This is one of the best hotels in Prague you should not miss.

6. The Grand Hotel Bohemia

The Grand Hotel Bohemia has an opulent facade from the early 20th century and its interior boasts many original Neo-Baroque elements, including the massive Boccaccio Hall ballroom — completely restored in 1993 to its former glory — that’s available for hire. The hotel has 79 guest rooms, each with bathtubs, air-conditioning units and televisions with satellite channels. Your concierge can arrange concert and theatre tickets, private and group guides for tours of the city and trips in and outside Prague.