Top Ten Hotels in Prague

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Prague is the largest city and also the capital of Czech Republic. This city features historic architecture and monuments that make Prague one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The interesting stores and museums in Prague attract many tourists every year, making the city one of the most popular destinations in Europe. A holiday in Prague, however, will not be complete without experiencing some of the best hotels in the city.

Aria Hotel – Best for music lovers
The architectural style of Aria Hotel is deeply inspired by music, as Prague is best known for its cultural scene. This sumptuous hotel features a music library, a room for musical entertainment, and a music salon. Each room is enhanced with original artwork and a selection of books. A flat screen computer in each room is equipped with the biography of the featured composer or artist and an iPod connection loaded music of 52 composers.

Golden Well Hotel – Best romantic boutique hotel
This luxurious boutique hotel, once the home to Emperor Rudolf II, is located near the Prague Castle and surrounded by rose gardens. Amenities include a lounge with complimentary drinks, a DVD library, and luggage packing and unpacking service. Situated on quiet cobbled streets, to the Golden Well is one of Prague’s best kept secrets.

* Award winning Executive Chef
* Emperor’s private gate to the Castle
* Prague’s best relaxing retreat
* Highly personalized service
* Located next to the Prague Castle
* Breathtaking views over the city
* Once home to Emperor Rudolf II

Art Nouveau Hotel Paris – Best for wedding receptions
Run by the famous Brandjes family for over 100 years, this five-star hotel is situated near Prague Old Town. Not only is the restaurant highly acclaimed, the hotel is also famous for holding luxurious wedding receptions. Hotel Paris also includes a relaxation centre Wellness and Spa, where you can perhaps try an Ayurvedic massage.

Corinthia Hotel – Best for modern chic & business
One of the luxury chain of Corinthia hotels, the Corinthia Prague stands on one of the hill tops in Prague, guests will enjoy a spectacular view of the city. The rooms are elegantly decorated with modern furnishing and quality bed linens. Their impeccable hotel service is complemented by superb amenities including a beauty parlour, café, lobby bar, an array of restaurants and the Apollo Day Spa.

* WiFi Internet access in public areas
* Communication room and concierge services
* 24 hrs Room service & Housekeeping
* Limousine service / Secured garage / Car wash
* High-speed room internet access
* Minibar
* Executive lounge with refreshment and hors d’oeuvres all day long
* Beer & Bowling Restaurant

Nebozízek Hotel – Best for panoramic views
Located in the middle of Petřín Park, this hotel is furnished with historical furniture and decorations. Guests will be able to enjoy the beautiful sight of the park. Nebozízek is one of the most popular spots for weddings.

6. Hotel Josef – Best modern hotel
The impressive Hotel Josef was Designed by Eva Jiricna and stands out in Prague as a modern masterpiece. The hotel features simplistic decor combined with contemporary furniture. All rooms are equipped with 7″ diameter rainfall shower-heads, telephone and analogue data port with high-speed internet connection, plasma-TV, DVD and CD Player, fully stocked mini-bar, bathrobe and slippers, hairdryer, healthcare amenities, air-conditioning with individual temperature control and safe.

Movenpick Hotel – Best city centre hotel
All rooms in Movenpick Hotel feature high speed Internet, mini bar, television, and direct-dial telephone. The fitness centre on site offers sauna, steam bath, and massage services. The 136 Executive Rooms are in the Executive Wing at the top of Smichov Hill, connected to the Hotel at the foot of the hill by cable car. All Executive and Superior Rooms as well as Junior Suites have a high-speed Internet connection free of charge.

Hotel Prague Castle – Best historical hotel
This hotel is near the centre of Prague. With an underground station nearby, guests will enjoy its convenient location. Services provided by the hotel include airport pick-up, guided tours, and conference room renting.

Old Town Square Hotel – Best family run boutique
This boutique hotel may not be as luxurious as some of its five-star peers, but the history of the hotel building can be traced back to 1359 and it is a UNESCO historical monument. Fans of Philippe Starck will revel in designer’s classics added by the owners. Situated just a few metres away from the Old Town City Hall with the astronomical clock and the famous kings lane, which leads up to the Charles Bridge.

The Castle Steps Hotel – Best for flexible accommodation
Situated between Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, this hotel offers comfortable and elegant accommodation for its guests. All rooms are furnished with antique furniture and artwork. The Castle Steps is rumoured to have entertained the likes of Art Garfunkel as well as being featured in many magazine photo shoots over the years. The Castle Steps also offer very flexible accommodation with a number of apartments that can be booked for families and small groups. All of them are in the centre of the historical part of Prague, within a few minutes’ walk of Prague Castle and Charles Bridge if you fancy a change from hotel living.

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