This five star hotel oozes luxury and is conveniently located for easy access to all the major attractions. The hotel offers a choice of superior services and facilities including a high end leisure facility.

The hotels services range from room service to airport transfers and a gift shop to a hair salon. You will also find a casino on-site, parking and a tour desk, to assist you with all your sightseeing and tour plans while staying in the city.

The leisure facilities offered by this luxurious hotel include a gym, indoor pool, leisure club, massage and sauna. Once you arrive in your luxuriously appointed guest room, you will realise why this hotel is such a hit with it’s guests.

Each room enjoys an en-suite bathroom and there is a daily housekeeping service available. The rooms all have telephones with voicemail, televisions and high speed internet. You will also enjoy the benefits of a mini-bar and safe in your room for your convenience.

The Local Area

Old Town is a medieval area which was separated by a moat and wall. This Old Town area is not too far from the hotel and is a major tourist attraction. While the moat has been covered with streets, the medieval buildings, beautiful square and choice of superior shops still ooze the history and culture of the area.

Prague Castle is where you will find the Czech Crown Jewels, it is considered the biggest castle in the world and has made the Guinness Book of Records for the Biggest Ancient Castle. The castle is home to a gothic cathedral, museums, halls, four palaces and magnificent gardens.

You can head down to Wenceslas Square, a vibrant centre of bars, restaurants and clubs. With a choice of boutique shops and international shops, this square is a shopper’s paradise. It is one of two main squares in Prague and where you will find the State Opera House.

For a little more history and culture you can head to Rudolfinum, a music auditorium designed in beautiful neo-renaissance designs and home to the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra. This is one of the oldest concert halls in Europe.

As well as the rich historic culture that Prague has to offer, there are more modern parts of the city that are trendy and upcoming, alive with fine dining international restaurants, bars and clubs. Cafes line the streets and there are performances at the theatres to be enjoyed in the evenings.