Prague is a charming historical city and our recommendations offer guests a comfortable and enjoyable stay to enhance visitor experience. All listed hotels are centrally located, dwelling in Prague’s historic Malá Strana district — conveniently within walking distance of the Lobkowicz Palace, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, and other major attractions.


Aria Hotel

The music-inspired Aria Hotel Prague pays homage to artists and musicians through the ages, with each of its four floors dedicated to a different musical genre — from Classical to Jazz. The private Music Library and Music Salon allows guests to read about, select, and listen to their choice of music. The hotel’s Coda Restaurant offers a fine-dining experience with a rooftop terrace overlooking a magnificent view of the city.



Augustine Hotel

Though centrally located, Augustine dwells in a quiet oasis, housed in a former Augustinian monastery dating back to the 14th century. Guests can enjoy cocktails in the hotel’s Refectory bar under restored Baroque ceiling frescoes, or have beer brewed by monks in the stalactite-enveloped cellar of the historical St. Thomas Brewery.

Augustine Entrance


Four Seasons

Centrally located a few steps away from the Charles Bridge and a short walk from Old Town Square, Four Seasons Hotel Prague offers guests an upscale experience consistent with its world-renowned reputation. Unwind in the hotel’s Ava Spa complete with centuries-old healing treatments, a fitness center, and a vitality pool. Guests can also take a ride down the Vltava on the hotel’s wooden riverboats.



Mandarin Oriental

An intimate, five-star luxury hotel situated in what was once a 14th-century monastery and set in Prague’s historic Malá Strana district — a mere five-minute walk from the Charles Bridge. The Mandarin Oriental Spa is housed in a former chapel, fusing its historical features with a modern design. While there you can also enjoy a stay in the Lobkowicz Suite and a portion of the cost of your stay will go to the Lobkowicz Collections.