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Prague hotels

Prague has gone from a town with few good rooms to one of the busiest hotel markets in Eastern Europe. It all started back in 2001 with the arrival of the Four Seasons, which is already sprucing up its rooms and whose restaurant earned a Michelin star. Even bigger names are now starting to appear, with a Mandarin Oriental now open and Rocco Forte set to launch a Mala Strana address in 2009.

The most desirable hotels in Prague are located in one of the three major areas of the city. Mala Strana is down on the Vltava River and has cobblestone streets, a Baroque square, and the Mandarin Oriental. Old Town, across the river from Mala Strana, has a more eclectic mix of properties, including the ultramodern Hotel Josef and the Art Nouveau Hotel Paris. Hotels like Carlo IV in New Town (which, despite the name, was founded in the mid-14th century) are located in more residential areas, perfect for those hoping to avoid the tourist zones. High season runs from April through June and September through October, with slightly lower rates available in July and August.

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Maximilian Hotel, Prague

With a superb location five minutes from Old Town Square, the renovated 71-room Maximilian is all about smart design. Czech-born architect Eva Jiricna has...more

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The Icon Hotel, Prague

At first glance, it's hard to see beyond the high-tech surface of this refurbished Art Nouveau building just south of Wenceslas Square, where all 31 sleekly...more

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Carlo IV, Prague

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

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Hilton Prague Old Town, Prague

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

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Hotel Jalta, Prague

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

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Hotel Josef, Prague

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

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Hotel Kings Court, Prague

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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Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa, Prague

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

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Aria Hotel, Prague

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

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Hotel Neruda, Prague

This sensitive reconstruction of a 1348 building just under Prague Castle stands on the main drag of Mala Strana's castle district—the same street that the...more

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