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Mandarin Oriental, Prague, Prague 

459/1 Nebovidska
Czech Republic 11800
Tel: 420 233 088 888
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From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
In a "quiet and secluded" location in the Mala Strana district, the hotel is a Renaissance-Baroque-contemporary mélange built around a 14th-century monastery—the spa's glass floor reveals the ruins of the former chapel. Perfect-scoring rooms have high ceilings and are individually furnished, though all come with parquet floors, woven rugs, and polished limestone bathrooms. Service goes "beyond expectations." Essensia mixes Asian and European influences in contemporary preparations such as Beskydy Mountain veal ossobucco.

(99 rooms)
—2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 93.5
  • Design: 88.4
  • Food: 92.9
  • Location: 90.7
  • Rooms: 100.0
  • Service: 95.3

Also appeared in the Gold List in 2010, 2009

Amenities: Spa

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From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:

The 99-room Mandarin Oriental occupies a renovated and expanded fourteenth-century monastery in Malá Strana, the quarter at the foot of Prague Castle, and if this loveliest of Prague's neighborhoods swarms with tourists by day, it's pleasantly quiet at night. The hotel's spacious rooms, many of which have high vaulted ceilings, come with oak parquet, leather-and-wenge wood entertainment armoires, and decors with rich Asian touches. Upon your arrival, the gracious staff spell out the hotel's many amenities, including the city's first spa, in a former Gothic chapel, and the best hotel gym in town. A talented Aussie chef doing a contemporary Asian menu has made Essensia, its restaurant, a local sensation.

—2007 Hot List

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