List of Hotels in Prague

by Kristina Connover
Prague is an ancient and historic city on the River Vltava.

Prague is an ancient and historic city on the River Vltava.

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Prague, Czech Republic, nicknamed the City of a Hundred Spires, is a metropolis intensely rich in history, culture and the arts. Situated on the bank of River Vltava in central Bohemia, Prague is famous as the home of the world's largest ancient castle, as well as for world-renowned performing artists and symphony orchestras, fine museums, galleries and theaters. Suitable for those interested in history, luxury or intimacy, hotels present visitors with a wide range of accommodation choices in this dynamic city, once the capital of Charles IV’s Kingdom of Bohemia.

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Maximillian

Hotel Maximilian features the "Black House" and the "Red House," comprising six floors with 70 rooms that come with 7-inch-diameter rainfall shower heads, free high-speed Internet, plasma TV, DVD and CD player, fully stocked mini-bar, individual temperature controls and bathrobe and slippers. Special services include evening jogging sessions led by staff that take guests to uncrowded insider parts of the city and a pet goldfish in a bowl delivered to your room for added companionship.

The Boutique Hotel Absolutum Prague

The contemporary Boutique Hotel Absolutum Prague is a new, modern hotel with a chic restaurant and bar, catering primarily to a business clientele. The on-site restaurant, Salut, is known for its excellent cuisine. With just 32 rooms, the hotel offers intimacy and hospitality in the heart of Prague. Enjoy spa services such as sauna, massage and refreshments at the cozy brick-roofed wellness center. A Swedish-style buffet breakfast is served daily in the hotel restaurant or provided by room service.

Castle Steps Hotel

The venerable Castle Steps Hotel is located in the historical center of Prague between Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. Other major historical sites within walking distance include the Loreto, Strahov Monastery, Old Town Square and the Jewish Quarter. The hotel is in a quiet area with old cobbled streets and parks leading down to the Vltava River. Furnished with antiques and original oils, some rooms showcase spectacular Petrin Park views. The hotel's central location near the heart of the city center draws many guests, including celebrities, and is within walking distance to restaurants, cafes, pubs and jazz clubs.

Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa

A luxurious and historic boutique hotel in central Prague, the Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa is a Baroque masterpiece just steps from the famed Charles Bridge. Dating from the 16th century, the building known as "Dum u Ježíška" has been given new glory in the form of a charming hotel with contemporary comforts. Sections of this spectacular historic hotel date as far back as 1257. Marble bathrooms come complete with vanities, shower, tub and bidet.

About the Author

Krisitna Connover has been writing professionally since 1987. An award-winning, senior advertising copywriter, she's crafted copy for major clients in Southern California and Hawaii. She's also a features writer for a popular Big Island home magazine and other national titles. She is a Fodor's Hawaii guidebook writer and editor. Connover holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of California, Los Angeles.

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