The Four Seasons Hotel Prague is ideally situated along the picturesque Vltava River and Old Town. It’s just a block away from the Charles Bridge, where ancient history and culture meet; a convenient location where you can enjoy the best of both worlds.
The Four Season Hotel Prague is composed of three unique buildings dating from the Neo-Renaissance, Neo-Classical and Baroque periods, reflecting the character and elegance of this historic location.
The beauty and presentation of the fresh flowers in the lobby caught my attention the minute I walked into the lobby area of the Four Seasons Hotel Prague.
The 157 rooms (including 19 suites) vary in size and style but all feature high-quality textiles and furnishings, generously sized marble bathrooms, TVs and working desks as standard.
We stayed in a Renaissance Room, which reflects the architectural style of the Renaissance Building. It was well sized for two people, with tasteful decor and a very comfortable King size bed. It features high ceilings, and several large windows overlooking the surrounding buildings and streets.
The marble bathroom was spacious with twin wash basins, a walk-in shower, and a deep bathtub separate from the shower. I unfortunately forgot to bring a hair iron, but after phoning housekeeping one was immediately brought up to my room.
Some of the little details like fresh bottles of water daily, a selection of books to read, universal adapters to put in my computer, fresh food (as well as free wifi) really made our stay enjoyable. The housekeeping staff must have been ghosts, because our room (and the entire hotel) was invariably spotless yet we never were disrupted by anyone cleaning or saw anyone in the hallway.
CottoCrudo which means “cooked and raw” is an Italian restaurant on the property and considered one of the best eateries in Prague. Italian dishes can be enjoyed raw at the Crudo Bar or cooked from the main menu. The restaurant offers varous seating options and an adjacent bar as well as cosy banquettes, it is stylish enough to draw in people who are simply passing by.
CottoCrudo also has an outdoor patio area which is wonderful for lunch or just sitting and relaxing with a nice cocktail in the evening.
The buffet breakfast at CottoCrudo had a huge selection and seemed more like a feast/gala morning affair rather than a mere breakfast. They offered so many different items that even the pickiest of eaters would be satisfied here, plus you could order off the menu to accompany the buffet.
In the summer months, you can enjoy a romantic dinner setting outdoors in The Terrance with spectacular views of the city and sunsets.
The AVA Spa at the Four Seasons Prague features five treatment rooms, including a couple’s suite, spa bath, steam and sauna rooms, and a vitality pool with a variety of massage jets and the ultimate hydrotherapy in a relaxing European spa ambiance.
After eating all these delicious meals in Prague, you might want to work out at the fitness center which offers a variety of equipment, they even provide towels and water.
The hotel also offers a unique boat excursion where guest can ride in a traditional wooden boat that sits up to 12 people and see the city of Prague from a whole new angle. The boat excursion is 50-minutes long, and they provide you with a glass of prosecco.
There are so many different charming aspects of Prague: the castles, the cathedral, the old town square, the churches, the architecture and even the general ambiance takes you back to the ancient ages, but don’t forget to stop by the iconic John Lennon Wall. The hotel is also perfect for family vacations, with attractions like the Prague Zoo, Museum of Toys, and paddle-boating around Ostrov Island just around the corner. I’m looking forward to returning to Prague soon, and staying at the Four Seasons.
Four Seasons Hotel Prague, Veleslavinova 1098/2A, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
Disclosure: A portion of our visit was hosted by the Four Seasons Hotel Prague, but our opinions are based on the quality of service, comfort and amenities that we personally experienced.