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.
A hundred towers on the banks of the Vltava River dot the horizon. This is the skyline of the city of Prague, which due to its unique architecture is also known as the City of a Hundred Towers or the Golden City. There are many ways to refer to the capital of the region of Bohemia, but just one way of discovering it with all the comforts that a visit of this kind deserves. In addition, our hotels in Prague are establishments which turn a normal stay into a veritable fairytale.
A 5-star hotel in Prague with a central location is the best starting point to kick off a tour of this European capital of countless charms. The city’s historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, so your holiday in Prague should always start and end here.
The main points of interest are to be found in the neighbourhoods of Staré Mesto (Old Town), Malá Strana (Little Town) and Hradcany, popular for their wealth of architecture, museums and theatres, and the best hotels in Prague in terms of price/quality ratio. They are the places whose splendour was revived after the end of the Communist era and which are home to the majority of the contemporary artistic and cultural activities of the Czech capital. By staying in this area, travellers who arrive in the city without a clear idea of what to do in Prague can simply head out to the streets to discover the captivating spirit of the city.
The Golden Lane and its legends, the Old Town Square with its emblematic astronomical clock, the dazzling castle complex and its surroundings, Kafka’s house or the historic museums of Josefov (the Jewish Quarter)... these are just some of the popular spots to visit during your holiday in Prague.
Throughout its history, Prague has been one of those European cities in which very different cultures and traditions converge. This melting pot of concepts is also reflected in its cuisine.
The Czech people have a special penchant for meat and vegetables, but if there’s something that differentiates its cuisine from that of the rest of Europe then that is its fondness of spices. Enjoy an utopenec (minced sausages with pepper and onion) accompanied by the traditional knedlíky (flour or potato dumplings) and top off your lunch with a mulled wine... these are things just as entrenched in the country’s culture as the shows of the ‘Black Theatre’.
Beyond the most popular flavours, there are other options to discover its culinary richness through modern and innovative interpretations. The restaurants in some of our centrally located hotels in Prague, such as the Occidental Praha Five, are the ideal place to discover the city’s traditional dishes and to savour some of the country’s most characteristic flavours in an ambience that is a delight for all the senses. As in the rooms, these establishments like to take care of all the fine details in presentation so that hotel guests as well as visitors have the chance to discover the magic of Prague through the palate.