Aria Hotel Prague
Prague, Czech Republic
At a Glance
Lovely location surrounded by renaissance gardens, close to Prague Castle and Charles Bridge
Charming music-themed modern boutique hotel
Great value for money for a hotel of this high standard
Pay a visit to the hotel's 'Coda' restaurant for fine dining
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1764 to start planning your vacation to Aria Hotel Prague or take a look at our itineraries to Prague
Just a short 13 minute walk from the Castle and the Charles Bridge, and surrounded by quiet and pretty gardens, Aria is a great choice for a stay in the city.
The whole hotel has a musical theme, from the rooms named after classical musicians and jazz and rock artists, to the 'CODA' restaurant and the music library overseen by the hotel's musicologist.
The CODA restaurant itself is one of the highest ranking fine dining establishments in the city, with executive chef David Šašek offering fresh, seasonal ingredients cooked in the Sous Vide way and presenting it with a colorful and contemporary flourish.
The four floors at Hotel Aria are themed around opera, classical, jazz or contemporary music. Each of the 52 rooms is dedicated to a musician, from Mozart or Dvorak to Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. With books, art and music about the star in question. All rooms are sound-proofed and double-glazed, and equipped with Apple TVs and ipads, and the latest technology.
There's a fine restaurant and a rooftop dining area (open from April to October), as well as two elegant lounge bars. The skylit lobby bar features an impressive grand piano and a glass ceiling.
The hotel has a well equipped fitness center and steam room, which is complimentary for guests. Massages are also bookable.
Keeping with the musical theme, there is a dedicated music concierge on site who can book concert tickets and give advice about the best music events in town, as well as curating the hotel's extensive music room library.
Location & Directions
Prague, Czech Republic
Aria Hotel Prague is located next to the river in the old town and is minutes from the Charles Bridge.
When to go
Prague is a year-round destination. The Christmas markets are particularly fun and great for getting into the festive spirit. The city looks particularly beautiful in Spring, especially around April when the magnolia trees come into blossom. Some of the best weather for sight-seeing can be had in autumn, when days are generally mild and clear.