Overlooking the National Museum, the opera house (Pregue Estate) and the castle.
Excellence and comfort in a 5* hotel
A hundred towers on the banks of the Vltava River defy the skyline. It is the skyline of the city of Prague, , which is also known as the City of a Hundred Towers or the Golden City because of its particular architecture. There are many ways to refer to the capital of the Bohemian region, but only one way to get to know it with all the comforts that such a visit deserves. Thus, our hotels in Prague are establishments that make the traveler's stay also like a fairy tale.
A centrally located 5-star hotel in Prague is the best starting point for a tour of this European capital of countless charms. The historic city centre is UNESCO World Heritage Site, so a holiday in Prague should always begin and end here.
The main attractions of the city are located in the districts of Staré Město (Old Town), Malá Strana (Lesser Town) and Hradčany, popular for their architectural wealth, museums and theatres and the best hotels in Prague in terms of value for money. They are places whose splendor resurfaced after the end of the communist era and currently concentrate most of the artistic and cultural activity of the Czech capital. Staying in these areas, the traveller who arrives in the city without knowing very well what to do in Prague only has to go out to the street to find a captivating reality.
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 historical museums of Josefov (the Jewish Quarter), are some of the most popular visits during a holiday in Prague .
Throughout its history Prague has been one of those European cities in which very varied cultures and traditions have converged. This mix of concepts is something that is also reflected in its gastronomy.
Czechs tend to have a special predilection for meat and vegetables, but if there is one thing that sets their cuisine apart from other European dishes, it is their weakness for spices. Tasting an utopenec (sausages marinated with pepper and onion) accompanied by the traditional knedlíky (flour or potato dumplings) and ending lunch with a mulled wine is as deeply rooted in the country's culture as the performances of 'black theatre'.
Beyond the popular flavours, there is another option to discover the region's gastronomic richness in its most modern and innovative versions. The restaurants of some of Prague's central hotels such as the Occidental Praha Five are a good place to get close to the city's typical dishes and try some of the country's most characteristic flavours in an atmosphere conducive to the delight of all the senses. As in their rooms, these establishments take care of the details of a good presentation so that both guests and visitors have the option of discovering the magic of Prague through the palate.