There is a hotel for all tastes and budget ranges in Prague, but if you are looking for something a bit more special, have a glance through our favorite boutique hotels. These offer a bit something more, be it a unique and historical building, interesting interior design or super service. The locations are all great, so you'll be tucked up and cozy in the evenings, but still able to experience the fascinating sights of Prague by day.
The numbering system is a bit arbitrary here, as we can't pick THE number 1, etc. However the Golden Wheel has received consistently rave reviews for both style and staff. Hotel Josef is a luminary homage to light; designed by renowned Czech-British architect Eva Jiricna. Music lovers will want to tune in to the Aria, where each room is based on a musician or composer and they have their own on-site music expert to assist you in booking tickets for the symphony, opera or other performances.
History is at the forefront in the designs of the Hotel Neruda and Rezidence Lundborg, while modern austerity reigns at both the Mandarin Oriental and Unitas Hotel. The Unitas Hotel has a fascinating history, including being at one time a nunnery and at another, a prison. The rooms are huge. The Mandarin Oriental has also used its building's history to its advantage, including preserving a well found during the reconstruction in their spa.
Boutique hotels should offer something a bit fresh and different, and these suggestions should help your Prague stay be both comfortable and comforting.
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U Luzickeho Seminare 3 Mala Strana