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Grandior Hotel Prague

Don't try and bathe in the lager at this chic bar – save that for the hotel's beer spa

Best for… beer lovers

Like stepping onto a film set. Big but boutiquey, this grand hotel in the heart of Prague’s beautiful Old Town is a vision in 1960s chrome and corners. It’s a design triumph, from the chessboard-like lobby to the spa – where, in a typically indulgent Prague fashion, you can bathe in a traditional Czech beer spa, which is exactly as good as it sounds. It means bathing in beer, with access to the drinkable stuff too. Traditional baths, saunas and hammams are available.


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Grandium Prague

Feel like royalty at this luxury hotel

Best for… foodies 

Glitz, glamour and gourmet food are up for grabs at this cool contemporary hotel in the centre of Prague. With the kind of chocolate-box facade you dream of finding in this fairytale city, it strikes a balance of palatial grandeur and clean-lined contemporary design. Its concept restaurant, which specialises in noodles, spread across a glass-walled conservatory and a lush winter garden courtyard, is a must-visit.

Nové Město

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Autograph Collection Carlo IV

Spend the night in one of Prague's most beautiful palaces

Best for… a five-star stay

Easily one of the most luxurious hotels in the city, its splendid, palatial building is a tourist landmark in itself. On the border of old and new Prague, it extends across a historic and modern wings – so you can choose between hardwood floors, Italian furniture and plush art nouveau, or striking modern Czech design. Its spa is one of the best in the area, with quiet pools and water massage beds winding between the arches of its grand foundations.  

Nové Město

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Alchymist Grand Hotel And Spa

Let the mixologists at the cocktail bar stir you up some magic

Best for… a boutique break

Travel back in time at this historic hotel, built within four 500-year-old townhouses in Prague’s majestic Old Town. Think exposed wooden beams, enormous chandeliers and four-poster beds: everything at this hotel is designed to spoil you. The fine-dining restaurant, which looks like a set from The Crown, excels at Mediterranean food and gorgeous wine pairings; speaking of wine, the spa and health club extend across the gorgeous old cellars – a truly unique place to indulge. 

Malá Strana

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Angelis Hotel

Work from balcony?

Best for… work and play

Fed up with fairytales and royal palaces and keen to explore more of modern Prague? This luxurious little hotel near the Vltava River is perfectly placed for shopping trips, sightseeing and sampling the city’s legendary nightlife. It's lovingly reconstructed around a French design ethic, and the rooms’ balconies overlook a tranquil courtyard garden that immediately feels like home. Smart office space, excellent conference facilities and transport links make it ideal if you’re mixing business with pleasure.  


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Botanique Hotel Prague

You won't feel deprived at this cool vegan-friendly hotel

Best for… ethical travel

Vegan-friendly food, ethical cosmetics and linen, and eco-friendly facilities – this 'green' hotel offers a lifestyle instead of a short stay. From its ban on single-use plastics to its on-site organic market, this cool boutique is ideal for anyone who wants to travel ethically. And it looks gorgeous doing it: rooms are classy and spa-like, and there are plants everywhere – from the nooks above the fireplace in the guest lounge to the waterfall of vines at reception.

Sokolovská 11 

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Art Deco Imperial

Even the staircases are splendid at this designer hotel

Best for… a bucket list break

This legendary hotel could well be one of the world's best. It was recently and very lovingly reconstructed to its former majestic glory, and its dazzling art deco corridors, lounges and lobbies sit in a building that can trace its roots back to the 14th century. From the swirling staircases to the marbled bathrooms, there’s so much to delight in that you’ll struggle to leave – but do, at least, get as far as the iconic Cafe Imperial, as splendid now as it was when Kafka used to come for coffee under its mosaic ceiling. 

Petrská čtvrť

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