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Occidental Praha


555 reviews

Good transport options and only a short distance from the Prague Congress Centre
Modern convention centre with capacity for 450 people
Parking in the hotel's private garage, in the car park or in the outdoor parking area.

Occidental Praha Wilson


555 reviews

Located in the heart of Prague, next to Wenceslas Square
With views of the National Museum, the State Opera House and the Castle
Excellence and comfort in a 5-star hotel

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The silhouette of the capital of Bohemia includes a hundred towers and over three hundred bridges that cross the Vltava river. Prague is a jewel of mediaeval architecture that appears part of a fairy tale, and its historic centre is a World Heritage Site. With castles, cathedrals and a rich cuisine that are shining examples of old Europe, the city has all the ingredients to captivate you from the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Prague, with the utmost comfort.

The legacy of the Golden City

A Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architectural heritage that is almost intact surprises guests of the Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Prague with every step they take. Over the last thousand years, the neighbourhoods of Staré Mesto (Old Town), Malá Strana (Little Town) and Hradčany have managed to preserve their unique palatial buildings, museums, theatres and unique attractions—all of which are a short walk from Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Prague. From here, everything is close at hand: the square in the Old Town with its iconic astronomical clock, the Church of Our Lady before Týn and the City Hall.

A stroll through the old town is like stepping back into the past, and at Prague Castle this feeling is intensified. You can access it by taking the Royal Route from the Powder Tower in the typical trams or by climbing the Zámecké schody stairs. Inside the complex, the Golden Lane – home of Franz Kafka between 1916 and 1917 – the castle and St Vitus Cathedral make up a visit not to be missed.

Wenceslas Square opens onto the National Museum and the State Opera, buildings that impress when seen from Occidental Hotels & Resorts in Prague. A walk at sunset over the beautiful Charles Bridge and a visit to the museums in the Jewish Quarter are also an essential part of any visit. The light of the Czech capital will delight you.

The hotels in Prague of the Barceló Hotel Group are the best face of a unique city.