Hotel & Restaurant, PragueA nine-mile coastal walk runs along beaches and through umbrella pines to Altafulla, a good lunch stop before catching a train back to the city. Those with strong stomachs and no fear of heights might prefer the Port Aventura theme park and its 65mph rollercoaster. It’s the biggest protected river area in Europe, covering over 400 miles of waterways, and I’ve got my eye on a couple of areas in Croatia and along its border with Serbia.
The interior decorations of the hotel were overseen by local artists Max Švabinský, and Cyril Bouda. The hotel features wrought iron fixtures, including a staircase railing done by Jan Nušl, a Czech blacksmith. Glass panels are featured in the hotel, which include Czech national motifs from artists Jaroslav Brychta and Vilém Dostrasil.
Eska serves a dinner menu that is subject to change based on what they bring in from the markets each day. The bakery also offers fresh bread along with coffee and pastries. With flexible capacity and a convenient location, the NH Collection Prague Carlo IV is the perfect venue for conferences and special occasions. The hotel’s dedicated meeting center offers the choice of six meeting spaces, with the largest theater holding up to 293 guests.
Be sure to reserve your tickets early to head up this 600-year-old Gothic Tower and take in the best views of Prague’s old town before heading down to watch the hourly clock show. The number of people at culture and sports events will be limited to 1,000 who are vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19 All other public gatherings can be attended by up to 100 visitors, down from 1,000. Bars, restaurants, and other public meeting places such as theatres and cinemas have been shutting their doors at 5 pm since 28 November and will now have to continue through the holiday season. A digital certificate proving vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 is required to access restaurants, cinemas and hotels. Portugal announced new restrictions over Christmas and the New Year.
Professional staff, clean rooms, good breakfast and the best of all is the location. Walking distance to most attractions and few steps away from the metro. I paid extra for a premium room, yet without being told no coffee machine or water was provided. No instructions on how to use the safe so was a complete waste of money paying for the premium room.
In the evenings the shell in the courtyard restaurant runs, and there are schematics and drawings of Walter wheels all through the other side of the restaurant where we had breakfast each morning. If you want to be as close as possible to the city’s tourist attractions, your best option is staying in the city center or at one of the options around Old Town Square. Areas like Vinohrady and Zizkov also have plenty of hip options in old art deco–style buildings that are a little more budget-friendly.
Even though there’s not much variety when it comes to dining options, the Cotto Crudo Italian restaurant more than makes up for it with quality. Expect to experience authentic Italian and Mediterranean culinary delights such as salmon with miso vinaigrette or homemade pasta. The Gallery is the place to be for drinks and snacks, located in the new bar & lounge area, serving all sorts of alcoholic drinks as well as tea and coffee throughout the day. The 138 rooms and 19 suites are all sizable and feature in-room amenities such as minibars, safes, refrigerators, flat-screen TVs, telephones, and complimentary toiletries & bathrobes. The hotel also has its own spa center with a plethora of treatments and massages, providing uttermost relaxation. Four Seasons Prague is known for frequently hosting classical concerts on the fifth-floor terrace, so it’s never a dull moment even if you choose to stay inside and soak in the opulence.
At Nová Hospoda - Hotel & Restaurant, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant. Local cuisine breakfasts are available daily from 8 AM to 10 AM for a fee. With views over the timeless Wenceslas Square, our rooms and suites exude style, luxury and warmth. Wyoming is the second least densely populated state in the union, with only six citizens per square mile – making Packers bars just as sparse.
We loved the relaxing garden terrace and glass-enclosed bar which provide a quiet space for when Prague gets a little too overwhelming, but the entire hotel is simply pure perfection. This is a small family-owned hotel that specializes in apartment-type rooms, each equipped with a kitchenette. Common areas are incredibly comfortable, including a children's play area equipped with toys and an ivy-trellised patio area for relaxation. On the west side of the river, Mala Strana is popular for its convenient central location between the river and Prague Castle.
The hotel was formerly a bank building, so in the evening, I went to VAULT's remodeled lounge for a glass of cognac. The hotel said that if you can't have breakfast, you can help pack the breakfast box. It is very considerate, but we still rushed to the airport before eating. In the afternoon, you can see the supermarkets, restaurants, and some interesting shops that live in the locals. You can feel different from the old town tourist area, but the same beauty.
When it was completed in 1957, the hotel had the largest capacity in Czechoslovakia. The Hotel Družba was opened up to public use and its name was switched to the Hotel Čedok in 1957, sharing the name of the local travel agency for tourism in the Czech Republic. Later in 1957, a public competition was held to rename the building, and Hotel International was chosen. Other suggested names included Podbaba, Juliska, Máj, Mír, Slovan, Experiment, Eldorádo, Stůlka prostři se, and Den a noc. Situated on the Square of the Republic guests are just a few minutes’ walk from the Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and all large shopping centres and tourist sights. There are 86 luxury rooms and suites available including Deluxe, Executive and Junior Rooms and Suites.
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.
The large stone-clad bathroom is flooded with natural light, adding to the overall sense of space and grandeur. This suite has sparkling Moser crystal pieces and architectural features. hotel With large windows and parquet floors, these unique suites feature cream sofas and armchairs in the bedroom, and a large sofa, Prague-inspired art and wooden tables in the living room.
If you want to feel like a king/queen for a day while enjoying all the modern splendor this sumptuous establishment has to offer, this is probably your pick. The interior was designed by Olga Polizzi, featuring modernist furnishings and artworks, without neglecting the historic feel with medieval paraphernalia and religious statues. It’s truly a blend of the contemporary and the historic. As its name would suggest, the Old Town Square Hotel sports a prime location opposite the storied astronomical clock – the oldest operational clock of its kind in the world. Other nearby attractions include the Wenceslas Square, which is a 10-minute walk away, and the Parizska street, brimming with upscale shopping spots, making it the perfect base for exploration of the scenic city. The hotel features an à la carte restaurant serving European cuisine.