Exclusive luxury just steps from the Charles Bridge, in the Malá Strana district, in a complex dating back to the 14th century.
The Czech Republic, and in particular Prague, are increasingly receiving support among European tourist destinations. History, culture, art and landscape in fact, together with a care for them not always found in equally popular and requested places, attract an increasing number of visitors from all over the world.
To adequately enjoy the beauty of the city, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel offers an ideal location since 2006, located as it is in the so-called “Little Quarter”: a few minutes on foot and city icons such as the Karlův most (Charles Bridge), the Staroměstské náměstí (Old Town Square) and the Vltava River are easily reached.
The deep and careful restoration of an ancient Dominican convent, in turn formed by buildings that cross different historical epochs (Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and modern) gave birth to a hotel with a unique and unmistakable character. Among other things, the works were supervised directly by the Czech Ministry of Culture which, incidentally, is located in the same street of the Hotel.
A fine mixture of styles
Your stay thus spends inside a refined mix of different environments, including original ancient staircases and vaulted ceilings, renaissance and baroque views, contemporary design and panoramic views of the “Golden City”. 99 Rooms (including 20 suites) offer guests every comfort, while the Spices Restaurant & Bar cater to the needs of the most refined palates. 500 square meters of Spa, and spacious rooms for meetings, conferences and events complete the offer of a Hotel definitely not to be missed.
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