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MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE (****L): Unlike the other properties operated since 2006 by the prestigious, award-winning Mandarin Oriental Group, this is not a palace nor a grand hotel; but a quaint boutique hotel, pairing well Prague romantic and cultural atmosphere.

Nestled in a peaceful section of the ancient neighbourhood of Malá Strana (Little Quarter) on the left bank, this discreet 99-room historic mandarin oriental praguemansion occupies a complex whose origins date back to the 14th century. Part Renaissance, part Baroque, and part modern, the hotel’s distinctive set of buildings represents over six centuries of architecture. Formerly a Dominican monastery, the structure incorporates a large part of the outer wall of St. Mary Magdalene, one of the oldest churches in Prague which was built on the site around 1330.

With the expertise of renowned architects, the Mandarin Oriental Prague retains and highlights its distinguished heritage; carefully-preserved architectural features such as vaulted ceilings, archways, and original staircases are sensitively complemented with subtly opulent oriental touches, resulting in a hotel as unique as the city itself.

The location of the hotel was specifically chosen for its peaceful atmosphere, close to the river, only minutes away from the Charles Bridge, and a short walk to the Old Town Square. Guests can meander through the cobbled streets marvelling at the romantic scenery, strolling through galleries and resting at lovely cafés, or taking in some of the very best of the city’s vibrant restaurants and night scene. In this select location, guests are surrounded by the palaces, gardens, and towers of old Prague, under the ever watchful presence of Prague Castle.

Embodying a new standard of luxury in the Czech Republic. with subtle Asian touches, the hotel offers 99 guest rooms: including 20 exclusive suites, among the most spacious and luxurious in the city, boasting unequalled views of the Old Town and magnificent Prague Castle. Combining great character and historic features, all rooms are individually designed and benefit from the latest technology. High definition LCD screens are features in the bedrooms, bathrooms and in the Suites’ individual sitting room, while high-speed Internet connectivity throughout and smart desks are designed to enhance the workspace.

In keeping with Mandarin Oriental’s innovative approach to food and beverage, the hotel offers stylish dining with culinary flair. Signature restaurant Essensia offers a combination of modern Czech cuisine with bright Asian flavours. Distributed across five rooms, each with its own architectural style, it is the ideal venue for a leisurely breakfast, stylish business lunch, a romantic dinner or celebration. The vaulted wine cellar guards an extensive array of wines from both the old and new worlds as well as some of the finest selections from the boutique wineries of Bohemia; the cellar is available for private events such as wine tasting, small cocktail parties or private dinners. By contrast, the hotel’s award-winning “Barego” bar makes for a stunning contemporary alternative and is a popular spot for the city’s movers and shakers, while the Monastery Lounge with arched ceiling and Baroque columns provides a beautiful, serene setting for afternoon tea.

The 490-square-metre award-winning holistic Spa at Mandarin Oriental, is located in a former Renaissance chapel and linked to the hotel by an underground passageway, allowing guests to retreat to their rooms in complete privacy. In this truly unique setting, spa guests enter over a glass floor displaying the remains of a previous Gothic church uncovered during the hotel’s reconstruction. Offering six treatment rooms including two for couples, featuring private heat and water-based treatment facilities such as a Rasul and Vitality Pool, the Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Prague provides a variety of holistic treatments from around the world whilst incorporating the historic spa culture of Central Europe. The hotel also offers a fully equipped fitness centre.

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group operates of some of the world's most prestigious hotels and resorts. Including the legendary Oriental Hotel: since decades our home away from home each time we visit Bangkok.

MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE: Nebovidska 459/1, 118 00 Prague
PHONE: +420 233 088 888   FACSIMILE: +420 233 088 668
E-MAIL: moprg-reservations@mohg.com


INTERCONTINENTAL PRAGUE (*****): The ideal base from which to explore the city endless historic sites, this 1970's designed hotel is perfectly located: right in front of the River Vltava, and the exclusively elegant Parizská Street concentrating shops with the finest brands intercontinental hotel prague(Cartier, Burberry, Vuiton, Hermès...). An easy walk from Old Town, Charles Bridge, the Jewish Quarter and Prague Castle, the "Interconti" is a long established address of top end hospitality, particularly thanks to the reputation of its prestigious roof top Zlata Praha panoramic restaurant, with summer terrace providing spectacular views of the city coupled with taste-bud tingling food, which adds to the elegant allure of this gourmet landmark.

The 372 rooms and suites have been refurbished in 2011, with a pleasant, updated and more comfortable design. Large and smart, most of them display a nothing short of stunning panorama on the Vltava and the green hills surrounding the pleasant district located on the opposite bank of the river. Our preference goes to the 38 sqm Executive rooms, located in the Executive Floor (Club InterContinental) and including a special VIP treatment. The 32 suites are ideal for families or those looking for great size sitting, larger TV screen (42”) and newly renovated bathrooms with Italian marble and a relaxing whirlpool tub.

The impressive and huge (1000 sqm) Health Club & Spa InterContinental has Technogym Excite cardio machines with plasma TVs and 26 bodybuilding stations, 2 saunas, gym, 2 solariums, and whirlpool. There is a pleasant indoor swimming pool with salted water and all-glazed roofing (so you can have some sun bath). Body, facial and beauty treatments are available.

We have been surprised by the rates, remaining astonishingly affordable to those using the packages and special offers.

INTERCONTINENTAL PRAGUE: Parizska 30, Prague 110 00
PHONE: +420 296 631 111  FACSIMILE: +420-224811216
TOLL FREE: +800 80 800 800
E-MAIL: prague@whgeu.com


PRESIDENT HOTEL PRAGUE (*****): One of the most luxurious hotels in Prague, it comes first for its unmatched location: in the heart of Prague, on the right bank of the Vltava River  and within walking distance of the Prague Castle, the Jewish Quarter and the Old Town square. The panorama from the rooms is well worth the trip: from most of them, guests can see the river, the Letna green hills and the Castle, from the huge windows or, in some rooms and suites, from the large balconies and terraces.  

With a modern, rich design, gained after the lavish refurbishment made in 2004 to obtain a fifth star, the hotel is luxurious: though human sized. From outside, guest might expect a cold conference hotel; but just one step inside the lobby makes him feel a warm intimacy.  

This intimacy comes up to the 130 guest rooms (including 32 Junior Suites, three Senior Suites and one Presidential Suite with a huge panoramic terrace), which we found actually large and pleasantly well lit. Customized for a pleasant, top comfortable stay for tourism and business alike,  they feature individual air-conditioning, large laptop size safe, SAT/Pay TV, IDD telephone... and a wireless handset that you can bring along with you whenever you wish to be reachable anywhere in the hotel. We found the bathrooms extremely elegant, with their rare green marble washbasin and their «L'Occitane» toiletry kit.   

Booking one of the 27 executive rooms might be quite interesting: many of those distinguished rooms come with terrace or balcony, and allow complimentary access to the fine Executive Lounge (with free use of PC with printer and fax machine, refreshments, snacks...); beside the lounge stands the «El Greco» meeting room, which is also available free of charge by Executive Rooms' guests. Actually useful for corporates! 

There is a wellness center (sauna, « Tawan » Thai massage, small workout room...), the fine dinning restaurant «Vltava», the pleasant «Piano Bar», a small casino, and well designed conference rooms with day light. 

Internet is provided free of charge in all the rooms, via data cable with high-speed connection and Wi-Fi in the rooms. There is also complimentary Wi-Fi in the Executive rooms, Executive Floor and lobby (where Pcs at guest disposal): which is worth being mentioned, when other Prague 5 - 4 star hotels usually charge high rate for Internet. 

Price starts from EUR 149 for a Deluxe Single Room (low season), till EUR 339 for an Executive Room (high season); and from EUR 179 for a Junior Suite (low season), till EUR 439 for a Senior Executive Suite (high season). 

This very recommendable hotel is  well ranked in Tripadvisor, and received the TTG Travel Award 2008. Affiliated to the UTELL Hotels & Resorts. 

PRESIDENT HOTEL PRAGUE: Nám. Curieových 100, Prague 1 
PHONE: +420 234 614 111      FACSIMILE: +420 234 614 110 
E-MAIL: reservations@hotelpresident.cz 

CONSTANS (****): We loved at first sight this historic boutique hotel, located on the left bank of the River Vltava. Between the green Petrin Hill and the Prague Castle. In one of the most attractive and authentic parts of the picturesque Mala Strana. Within walking distance hotel constants most romantic charming hotels in prague czech republicto the most famous monuments and sights. It actually fits three houses, almost unspoiled since the early XVIIth Century. One of them was the property of the illustrious Kinsky family.

The 31 surprisingly spacious rooms and junior suites combine an original historical style with luxurious period furniture, shiny oak parquet, ritzy fabrics, and a up-to-date level of four star comfort. All are equipped with a convertible sofa (practical for those travelling with children), classy bathroom (with shower and/or bathtub), minibar, safety box, plasma satellite TV. Tea/coffee facility and high speed WiFi are complimentary, and breakfast is included in the room rate. Some apartments have spacious balconies. Attic rooms are air-conditioned. We liked very much the latter: and more specially the Attic Room number 53: with original beams, and an amazing view on the Petrin Hills, the Lobkowicz Palace (German Embassy), the Schönborn Palace (US Embassy), and Hradcany. This is a twin-bedded room, convenient for Asian guests who usually do not like king-size beds. This hotel hosts many diplomats and businessmen who can use the pleasant and well appointed conference room; but this is also the ad hoc place for honeymoon, romance, or simply to enjoy a dreamed Bohemian atmosphere. Note that most of the rooms are connecting: which is fine for families.

Parking is restricted in this part of Mala Strana, and few hotels have a garage. Constans is one of them: providing its guests extremely safe parking at a low fee.

We experienced the Aristo restaurant quiet and refined display. Located in the original ground floor rooms, with arched or beam ceilings, it is divided into three parts with interesting architecture, extending to  a pleasant glass conservatory. It serves palatable Czech specialities, paired with an interesting selection of the best Moravian wines.

Note that booking directly from the hotel homepage gives the benefit of attractive rate and free room upgrade to higher category (subject to availability). Long stay packages and special offers are proposed throughout the year.

Awarded the prestigious Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence, this is one of the most romantic hotels in Prague.

CONSTANS: Bretislavova 309, Mala Strana, 118 00 Prague  1
PHONE : (420)     FACSIMILE : +420 234 091 860
E-MAIL: reservation@hotelconstans.cz


AURUS  (****): This is actually a hard to miss hotel: tourists, on their way back from the neighbouring Charles Bridge, like to stop for a hotel aurus u zlate studny prague picture of this Baroque landmark located right in the heart of the Old Town. In the cobbled Karlova street: with its little shops and typical beer cellars and packed restaurants. A few meters from the Old Town Square.  

After being attracted by the location and building architecture, we must say that we were not less impressed by the hotel itself. This a cozy, family run property: where we felt home at first sight. With its Old Europe atmosphere, parquets and beams smelling fresh wax, antiques everywhere you eyes can look, and warm welcome from the reception staff, the hotel Aurus displays an unmatchable Bohemian touch.  

The authenticity of the design goes up to the 8 well sized rooms and large apartments. Some of them display original 17th century painted beams: a pure marvel. Decorated with antiques, lovely fabrics, and gorgeous Bohemian crystal chandeliers, equipped with Sat TV, IDD phone, minibar and complimentary high-speed Internet connection, displaying a large bathroom, each room has got a wonderful view on the red Prague roofs and tortuous cobbled lanes. Allowing an interesting people watching activity... We warmly recommend the gorgeous, atypic apartments (70 and 80m2). They are extremely comfortable, and designed like a «bourgeois» family flat: once the door closed,  you don't feel like at all in a hotel, and the price is astonishingly affordable (cheaper than a double room in a four star chain hotel!): from CZK 4,900 till 5,600. Double Rooms cost about CZK 3,500. Complimentary extra bed. Breakfast included. 

The hotel 17th Century vaulted restaurant is reputed for its fine Bohemian cuisine and affordable bill. 

AURUS: Karlova 3, 11000, Prague 1 
PHONE & FACSIMILE: +420 222 220 262,  222 221 113 
E-MAIL: info@aurushotel.cz 

PERLA (****): With a unique modern design and a strategic location, this still quite confidential address is building up a quick reputation among aware travellers. 

Stylish, though cold, gray marble walls from the original 1930's building, alternate with what is certainly the most captivating lobby in town: gilded pearls support the check-in desk, and glass walls bear enigmatic asian-like calligraphy.  

Originality goes up to the unfailingly good taste 64 air-conditioned and soundproofed rooms, which we liked very much. Well exposed to the daylight, they all come warm and smart. With a Zen wallpaper, elegant parquet, aesthetic bathrooms, and smooth antiallergic beds, they have been tailored made for a total relaxation. Guests would hardly believe that they stay in a tourist packed area, with the Old Town Square, Venceslas Square and Charles Bridge a few steps away. 

Despite of its distinguished comfort, with safe, IDD phone, complimentary WiFi and Plasma Sat TV in the rooms, we surprisingly realized that the Perla wanted to play in the « low cost» category. We felt like -and actually were- in a four star hotel; selling itself like a three star. Room rate goes from approximately EUR 85 (Single Room / Low Season) till EUR 145 (Double Room / High Season). Budget oriented guests will like to hear that there is no minibar in the rooms, but discreetly disposed vending machines, filled with fine quality soft drinks, wine and snacks, sold out at common grocery retail price. Though this would be certainly more exciting to order -still at a very attractive price- from the very pleasant, funky Café Bar Perla (where the complimentary breakfast is served). 

The wellness facilities have been superbly designed. A low rate applies for using the sauna; while working out on the most modern « made in USA » equipment is free of charge. There is a wide range of services: featuring laundry, dry cleaning, ironing, room service, fax & photocopying, concert and tours ticket service, etc.   

PERLA: Perlova 1,  110 00 Prague 1 
PHONE: +420  221 667 707  FACSIMILE: +420 221 667 667 
E-MAIL: booking@perlahotel.cz 



THE MARK (*****): The former Kempinski Hybernska, recently rebranded as The Mark, exudes the feel of supreme luxury. Ideally situated just a short walk from the Art Deco Municipal House, Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge and other landmarks, the hotel lavishly settled in a kempinski hybernska prague baroque gardensresidential palace dating from the 17th century: completely reconstructed, the former "U Vežníku" re-borned in its baroque splendor. The beautiful symbiosis of old classical elements and timeless elegant modernity can be seen everywhere, in what is one of the Leading Hotels of The World.

With 75 generously built, most spacious and beautifully appointed rooms and primarily suites, displaying a modern design, richest fabrics and high tech amenities, we found the hotel more comfy and appealing than the Four Seasons (still considered by many as the most luxurious hotel in town). Superior rooms feature a separate living room with a fitted kitchenette and a sitting area, large bathrooms with heated floors, and beautiful garden or street views. Suites are a much more stylish than the rooms. From the 54 sqm Executive One Bedroom Suite, till the premium Bohemia and Presidential suites (190 sqm, featuring its own terrace with a Jacuzzi), all of them have a separate living room with parquet floor, fitted kitchenette with 'Nespresso' coffee machine, ritzy bathroom with heated floors and towel heating rack, not to forget the complimentary Wi-Fi internet access. Some rooms and many suites come with a private balcony: allowing guests to relax and admire at ease the magic views and sounds of magical Prague. This makes The Mark a dreamed hotel for honeymooners seeking for a touch of luxury and glamour (some special offers and packages have been tailored made for them).

The supreme elegance of the hotel can be felt walking in the unique 1800 m² private baroque garden: a relaxing green oasis where social events are organized. It quickly became Prague premier venue for fashion shows and jet set occasions.

The Mark features the finest elements of a refined cuisine by chef Onderj Korab, who worked with Daniel Boulud. Le Grill is their signature epicurean restaurant, featuring European menu with special hints of Mediterranean.

The "World Class Health Academy" fitness club, the Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room, indoor swimming pool, not to forget the massage and wellness treatments carried out within the comfort of your room by external professionals of the nearby "Monsoon Spa", are among the best services a five star hotels can provide in Prague. This is certainly why The Mark ranks in the 50 best hotels in Prague by Tripadvisor.

THE MARK: Hybernská 12, 110 00 Prague
PHONE: +420 +420 226 226 111     FACSIMILE:
+420 226 226 123
E-MAIL: reservations@themark.cz


BEST WESTERN PLUS METEOR PLAZA (****L): Since 1307, a hotel of high tradition. This was then the obliged retreat for the travellers reaching the Old City in meteor_plaza_best_luxury_central_romantic_boutique_hotel_prague the late evenings hours : without the possibility to enter the city through the City Gate (now the Powder Gate), which used to be closed every day at dusk. In the 17th century, the son of Empress Marie Terezie, Emperor Josef II, spent a night here.  

This is still nowadays one of the most visited hotels in Prague. For multiple reasons. First of all, the Hotel Meteor Plaza is situated directly in the city center of Prague: near The Palace Hibernia, the Powder Gate and the wonderful Municipal House (with lavish restaurants, and a superb « Art Nouveau » concert hall). Wenceslav Square, the Old Town Square or other places of interest (like the Powder Gate, Municipal House, National Museum, State Opera, Old Town Square, Jewish cemetery, Old-New Synagogue, Charles bridge, Mala Strana, etc.) can be reached on foot within 3 till maximum 5 minutes. A must for tourists. But also for business travellers, who will appreciate to stay in the middle of Prague's downtown: with leading companies and most important trading banks at easy reach. Last but not least, the Masarykovo Railway Station is 400 meters from the hotel only. The metro and tram main crossing lines (No.: 5, 8, 14) are just 2 minutes walk.  

This picturesque building with a preserved façade accommodates 84 comfortable single/double rooms, and 6 large suites (which we found good valued, and ideal for families). Many offering a nice view on a Baroque palace opposite the street. If only 40 of them are fully air-conditioned, all are well sound-proofed and safely accessible with a chip card. They feature comfortable furniture, sat TV with in-house pay channels, radio with an alarm clock, minibar, IDD telephone with Internet socket, safety box, and immaculate well designed bathrooms with a bath tube or a shower, WC, and air dryer.  

The Meteor Plaza has got two reputed restaurants. The casual «Restaurant Park» opens on a pleasant Garden terrace. It serves a rich assortment of selected specialities of Czech and international cuisine, with a wide choice of national wines. The «Silenzio» gothic wine cellar stands under arched stone ceilings from the 14th century. Rustic and picturesque, this is the place for Czech food in a typical Bohemian atmosphere. 

The quiet and intimate Relax Center features high tech equipment: vertical and horizontal solarium, fitness, sauna, large whirlpool, massage machine «Hydrojet». Body massage available.  

Room rack rate starts from CZK 2,900 for a Single in the low season, till CZK 5,700 for a Double Room in the high season. A suite (ask for suite N° 310, with a Jacuzzi !) goes from CZK 3,900 only, till 6,500, depending on the season. Including buffet breakfast and VAT, but excluding local taxes. Interesting Half board supplement, at only CZK 300. There is a 24 hours secured parking operated in the hotel, at CZK 500 per night. 

This is a Best Western Plus Hotel, managed by "Small Charming Hotels / Boutique Hotels in Prague". 

BEST WESTERN PLUS METEOR PLAZA: Hybernska 6, 110 00 Praha 1 
PHONE : (420) 224 192 111      FACSIMILE : 224 213 005 
E-MAIL: sales@hotelpro.cz

BOHEMIA PLAZA RESIDENCE (****): Property of the same family since 1879, this very central residence occupies an opulent Neo Classic  building from the late XIX th century. Totally refurbished in its original splendour by a specialized team from the Czech National Gallery in 2002, with its antique furniture and chandeliers, it is located right in the city centre: very close by foot to the National Museum, Wenceslas square and main tourist, shopping and business spots. 

The magnificent 20 rooms (mostly suites and apartments) are spotless clean. Decorated in a unique and individual style, featuring priceless period furniture and lavish fabrics, they display many special small touches: like antique silver cutlery available in the drawer in the fully fitted kitchenette! There is a safe deposit box, cable TV & radio, IDD phone & high-speed Internet connection, minibar, ironing set or trouser press, and hair dryer. Lovely soft towels, robes and toiletries in the smart bathrooms.  

We liked very much the Deluxe Apartment "Florence" (N° 8). Its large Art Nouveau bedroom, with Roman bath connected with a restroom, is particularly original. There is a high tech Bang & Olufsen TV set in the living room, and TV in the master bedroom. The Oriental inspiration of the Executive Apartment "Marrakech" (N° 12), decorated with lovely paintings featuring romantic Arabic scenes, will please the aesthetes. The most demanded room -a favourite for honeymooners- is the "Chinese" Wedding Apartment, decorated with collection of Asian wedding fans, and rare "Belle Epoque"(1920's) Imperial China inspired furniture. 

A favourite home away from home for actors, entrepreneurs, and politicians, the Bohemia Plaza Residence pays much attention to the security and the privacy of its guests. For this reason, visitors can access the premises only together with the guest, or with his permission. You don't need to be a VIP to enjoy a very courteous treatment: the staff is attentive and anticipates all your requirement. Everybody enjoys welcome champagne and  24-hours room service. There is a garage. Airport meeting and Limousine service available at unbeatable price. Last but not least, the hotel takes pride in not having a "check out time" policy: those having a late flight can keep their room until departure! 

We found the rate extremely attractive: it starts from EUR 90 for a Studio in the low season until EUR 140 for a Deluxe Apartment during the high season. During Holidays (Christmas, New Year) it goes up to EUR 160 for a Studio, 190 for a Suite and maximum 250 for a Deluxe Apartment. Per night. Including great buffet breakfast. Long stays are subject to special weekly and monthly rates. 

The hotel features a plush business centre, with ritzy intimate meeting rooms and bars, like the luxurious Bankers Club.  

BOHEMIA PLAZA RESIDENCE: Zitna 50, 120 00 Prague 2 
PHONE: +420 224 941 000      FACSIMILE: +420 224 943 000  
E-MAIL: reservation@bohemiaplaza.com 


SAVOY (****): We actually love the Savoy, its yellow "Art Nouveau" facade, and its elegant marble lobby. Tastefully rebuilt and renovated in the early 1990s, it survived the terrible years of destructive marxism: still with this typically old fashioned Central European charm savoy best luxury charming palace hotels in prague95% of large hotels are  lacking in town.  

The 61 rooms and suites are very spacious, warmly decorated in schemes of bordeaux, royal blue and honey yellow, with elegant furniture and top luxurious bathrooms (lets say they are among the most beautiful -and obviously the largest- in the all Czech Republic!). Each room is fully air conditioned. VIPs enjoy the two independent telephone lines (four telephones in total), with a fax machine and PC. Safes are very large, and can accommodate a laptop. Satellite TV features plenty of channels, and is linked to an in-room CD/DVD player. Note that the mini bar, full with reputed Czech beer, Moravian wines and soft drinks, is complimentary: which is, as far as we know, unique in the world !  

We found the place so glamorous,  with the "Lobby Bar",  its Library displaying antique books, its marble fireplace still operating, and its pullman armchairs fitted to enjoy the glass of chilled Champagne the hotel offers with compliments as a welcome drink. Some jet setters like to use it for most brilliant private parties. The breakfast displays a superb full buffet breakfast (with fresh smoked salmon and plenty of other exclusive delicacies... and even authentic Japanese Sushis on special request!), served in Hradcany  restaurant.  

There is a well equipped fitness centre, with Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath, to help you loose extra weight.  Conference rooms are particularly elegant, decorated with ancient paintings.  

Still one of the best four star deluxe hotels in the Castle District. During our last stay, we found the service even more anticipating and friendly than ever. The new reception staff is extraordinary: we came late from an appointment, and realized the guest relation employee took care of friends waiting for us by offering them complimentary coffee at the "Library". Just an example to show how you are pampered when choosing the right place to stay in Prague ! We understand why more and more State Presidents, Prime Ministers, and Ministers of Foreign Affairs like to make booking here during their visit to Czech Republic: mixing with international businessmen and famous artists from all around the world. All like the grand Presidential Suite: it features a large terrace with a commanding view over the Hradcany district.  

Prices are quite "grand" also, as a matter of fact: fares rank between EUR 234 - 265, and very interesting corporate rates are available on request.  

Managed by Golden Tulip. 

SAVOY: Keplerova ul. 6, 11800 Prague 1  
PHONE: +420 224 302 430              FACSIMILE: +420 224 302 128  
E-MAIL: info@hotel-savoy.cz 


CORINTHIA TOWERS (*****): The former Forum, now managed by Corinthia Hotels International, is just a 30 minute drive from Ruzyne  International Airport, and only two stops away from the centre of Prague by the next doorVysehrad station.  One of the leading hotels in town, reputed for its world class service, the Corinthia Towers invested huge financial and management resources to upgrade its comfort.  

This 24 storeys building, standing right across the road from the Prague Congress Centre, is THE place for meetings and incentive: with cyclopean extendible ballrooms and pleasant conference rooms. Tourists will also enjoy very much its discerning luxury. 

Its 544 rooms include 17 Junior, 12 Executive, 9 Standard and 1 Presidential suites. We stayed at the brand new triplex Executive Club Floors . Our room was larger than the Prague standard in this category. The view over the city was dramatic: one of the very best we could have from any hotel in town. Businessman will like the extended working desk. All rooms have radio, satellite TV with different movie channels, IDD telephone with voice mail, mini-bar and hair-dryer. The Club Lounge serves complimentary breakfast, and free soft drinks are available all day long.  We enjoyed the evening happy hours: with a large selection of canapés, wines, Ports, Cognac, offered to the VIP guests. Free of charge! Just besides the Lounge, a large and well equipped Business Centre allows free access to the Internet: how many hotels give such a facility in Prague? 

We also liked also the luxuriously appointed and well equipped Stratos Health & Fitness Centre. On the top floor, with a breathtaking view, it is has a lovely pool, saunas, massage (including authentic traditional Thai massage, by special trained staff imported from Bangkok!), solariums, gymnasium and squash court. The entrance fee is not expensive; but Executive floor guests don't have to pay for it at all.  

The Corinthia Towers is also reputed for its restaurants, including, where guests can experience a great variety of cuisine and atmospheres. We had one of the most delicious and generous buffet breakfast in town at the Toscana: which is a pizza and pasta elegant setting. Some details in that restaurant, at least for breakfast, shows the quality of service and F&B in this hotel: for instance, the smiling waitress came to our table with the traditional "coffee or tea?" question, but also kindly suggesting us a fresh made orange juice. We believed that Czech Republic was one of the largest importer of artificial orange powder: well, obviously the Corinthia Towers is not part of it! The amazing Rickshaw Restaurant serves the smartest and most authentic Far Eastern cuisine in the all Czech republic. There are also the Let's Meet, Let's Eat, the Cafe Praha, and the entertaining Beer & Bowling Diner: with a wide selection of draught Czech beers and 10 pin bowling (4 lanes), ideal for affordable and relaxed dinner with friends. The hotel's cellar displays fine wines, and a rare choice of Armagnacs dating from as early as 1922. 

Rates start from approximately EUR 127 - 219  for a standard room. Those are rack rates. The hotel offers money saving packages: some of them (just like the Corinthia 24 Hour Delegate Package) even include meeting room rental. 

A fine hotel with a fine service. 

CORINTHIA TOWERS: Kongresová 1, 140 69 Prague 4 
PHONE: +420 261 191 111      FACSIMILE: +420 261 211 673 
E-MAIL: towers@corinthia.com 




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