Four Seasons Hotel Prague
Prague, Czech Republic
based on 7 nights
per person for 5 nights based on two people sharing a modern room on a bed and breakfast basis, including private transfers.
At a Glance
Fantastic location on the edge of the Vitava river, minutes from the Charles Bridge
The restaurant, Cotto Crudo has a lovely atmosphere and attracts a stylish clientele
River and Prague Castle views are stunning from some of the rooms
Spread over four buildings, each with a different style, baroque, renaissance, modern and classical, there is a room to suit most tastes
Cooking classes are available with the hotel’s chef Richard Fuchs
Best time to Visit
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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.
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Located in a fantastic position on the river’s edge, minutes from the Charles Bridge, Four Seasons Prague offers elegant and spacious accommodation which is ideal for couples or families. The Four Seasons enjoys one of the best locations in Prague.
Situated in the middle of the vibrant old town, Four Seasons Hotel Prague offers luxury accommodation set over four buildings of different styles. Rooms decorated in a modern, classical, renaissance and 18th Century baroque style means there is a room type to suit most tastes.
The 161 elegantly furnished rooms, including 20 suites, are among Prague’s largest. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the Vitava river and Prague Castle and some even have balconies and terraces. With interconnecting options and one and two bedrooms suites, the hotel is an ideal base for families. Children are treated to child size bathrobes, children’s toiletries and complimentary games and puzzles.
The bar and restaurant, CottoCrudo is a sleek and stylish setting offering a new interpretation of classic Italian dishes. Unlike some hotel restaurants, CottoCrudo attracts a young and hip crowd and has a warm and inviting atmosphere. Beautiful river and castle views at night make it a popular spot.
The 161 elegantly furnished rooms, including 20 suites, are among Prague’s largest. Guests can enjoy stunning views of the Vitava river and Prague Castle and some even have balconies and terraces. With interconnecting options and one and two bedrooms suites, the hotel is an ideal base for families. Rooms are decorated according to the building they are situated in, so either in modern, classical, renaissance or 18th century baroque styles.
Babysitting is available on request - six hours notice required, hourly charge applies with a 3-hour minimum. Complimentary coloring books, puzzles, toys and games for children 2 years of age and older, videos, video games, DVDs and CDs.
Children's menus, with care given to nutritionally balanced menu items.
CottoCrudo is an energetic modern restaurant offering a new interpretation of Italian classics. The sleek and contemporary design gives it a quintessential urban vibe.
24 hour Health Club is equipped with locker rooms, two massage areas and the latest in fitness equipment. Personal trainers are available upon request.
Golf (1 hour from hotel), city tours, countryside excursions.
Augustine Monastery at the Augustine Hotel
The Augustine Hotel occupies part of the ancient monastic complex dedicated to St. Thomas. Guests at the hotel can therefore visit off-limits parts of the fascinating building and even sample the monks' locally brewed Czech beer.
Black Light Theatre in Prague
Black Light Theatre is a theatrical performance style characterized by the use of a darkened stage, UV lighting and special effects, using dance and mime to create intricate visual spectacles and optical illusions.
Christmas Carols at Clementinum
Enjoy the evening singing Christmas Carols at Prague's Clementinum, one of the Old Town's most historic sites.
Christmas Markets in Prague - Scott Dunn Suggests
The perfect way to get into the festive spirit! Browse the brightly lit wooden huts with a cup of svarené víno and a hot sugar coated cake, and marvel at the traditional handicrafts and array of Christmas tree ornaments.
Czech Beer Museum
Located in beautiful 13th century cellars, the beer museum of Prague offers guests the chance to learn about Czech beer and taste some of the best examples. You can even create your own label and fill your own bottle for a memorable souvenir.
Horse Drawn Carriage Ride to The Old Town
A horse drawn carriage will pick you up from your hotel to take you on a unique ride to discover the Old Town of Prague, such as the Square Market, while mulled wine and roasted chestnuts invoke the best of the season during your cosy ride.
Jazz Boat Tour
The 'Jazz boat' boards at 8pm each night, summer and winter. Enjoy an evening cruise with a set dinner sailing along the Vltava River, and enjoying the sights and sounds of the city, with its monuments illuminated.
Prague's Jewish history reaches back centuries and a day with a local guide committed to Jewish revival in Central Europe offers a unique viewpoint on both the culture and history.
Model T tour of Prague
See Prague in a fun new way with a Model T tour of the city! 'Prague Old Car' offers a variety of short and long tours of the city and its environs. Touring with a professional guide, you'll see the city in a new way!
National Theatre, Prague
Housed in one of the city's most stunning historic buildings, the National Theatre has a unique program of ballet, operas and drama. Whether or not you are going to a show, it's well worth a visit.
Prague Boats operate a range of tours, departing from the Cech Bridge in central Prague. It is possible to take a one or two hour tour, or a cruise including lunch or dinner.
Location & directions
Prague, Czech Republic
Four Seasons Prague is located next to the river in the old town and is minutes from the Charles Bridge.
How to get there
Direct flights from London to Prague depart from all London airports and take around 2 hours. The hotel is about 20-30 minutes from the airport by taxi depending on traffic. Private transfers can be arranged.