Photo Source: Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
The Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa in Prague is housed in a magnificent Baroque house “Dům u Ježíška,” dating from the 16th century, and it takes its name from the time of Rudolf II, whose court teemed with alchemists seeking to turn base metal into gold. This elegant 5-star hotel has been sensitively restored to provide visitors with all possible modern comforts and yet, at the same time, it has retained its historical charm. The hotel’s Aquarius Restaurant features an eclectic array of French, Italian and Mediterranean dishes, which includes a wide selection of home-made pasta, fresh fish and other seafood, along with a wine list offering more than 90 wines from the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Spain and Chile.
Photo Source: Kempinski Hotel Hybernska Prague
The Kempinski Hotel Hybernska in Prague is perfectly located in the very heart of the Prague City Centre, within a short walking distance of Prague’s premiere sightseeing locations, such as the Powder Tower, the Old Town Square with its Astronomical Clock, the Charles Bridge and Wenceslas Square. A friendly and highly professional staff caters to the needs of even the most demanding guest. Whether you would like to book theater tickets, plan a day programme, reserve a table at a restaurant, or arrange a special room decoration, the Kempinski Hotel Hybernska team will take care of everything.
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The Hotel Paris Prague is a neo-Gothic hotel building with expressive elements of Art Nouveau built in 1904. In 1991 the hotel returned to the Brandejs family, whose hotelier tradition has now a 150-year history. The hotel boosts a total of 86 luxury rooms and for the comfort of their guests offers the legendary Café de Paris cafe and French & traditional Czech gourmet Restaurant Sarah Bernhardt, as well as the Wellness & Spa Centre with Thai massages.