Like a vision of Baroque Prague injected with over-the-top Vegas style, this independent hotel of just 46 rooms drops cherubim, silk brocades, carved wood, and...more
Opened in 2003 by Henry Kallan of Manhattan's Hotel Gansevoort fame, the music-themed Aria has only gotten stronger since it was sold to Czech investors in...more
The location of this new property from hotelier Rocco Fortein an ancient Augustinian monastery in the scenic Malá Strana district, between soaring...more
Featuring the same pan-Asian decorative exoticism as the original Buddha-Bar restaurant, in Paris, the first Buddha-Bar hotel brings its dramatic flair to the...more
Housed in a former bank, the Carlo IV announces itself with a soaring, 19th-century facade and stately neoclassical columns. Its location on a residential...more
This 161-room hotelcomposed of Baroque, neo-Renaissance, neoclassical, and modern buildingssits on the Vltava, practically on top of Charles Bridge....more
Don't confuse this place with the original Hilton in Prague: Hilton Prague Old Town is newer, smaller, and better located. Taking the place of a former...more
The rebirth of this onetime eyesore is a beacon for the rest of the city's Communist-era architecture. A Stalinist monstrosity just a few years back, the Jalta...more
The city's highest style quotient—or most self-conscious design statement—belongs to this 2003-vintage place five minutes' walk from Old Town Square...more
Opened in 2009, in a 1904 building that formerly housed the Czechoslovak Chamber of Commerce, the Hotel Kings Court has a history-laden atmosphere similar to...more
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