Mandarin Oriental Prague
Prague, Czech Republic
At a Glance
Luxurious contemporary rooms within a historical setting
Offers one of Prague’s most impressive spas
A peaceful retreat located in a quiet cobbled street in the picturesque Malá Strana
Fantastic location within minutes of Prague castle and the Charles bridge
The only spa in the world to be located in a former renaissance chapel
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Combining elegant contemporary design with period architectural features, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is a luxury hotel within a wonderfully preserved piece of history. With oriental touches throughout the atmosphere here is one of calm and serenity.
Lying on the left bank of the Vltava River, in the stylish Malá Strana, the hotel is minutes from the Charles bridge and Prague Castle. The major sights in the old town are also within comfortable walking distance.
One of the most impressive features of the Mandarin Oriental is the beautiful spa. Set in a separate building, formally a renaissance church, the spa offers an array of treatments within a peaceful and serene environment.
The restaurant, Essensia is situated in a series of intimate rooms with stunning vaulted ceilings giving it a cosy and inviting ambiance. The décor is light and minimal giving it an elegant and stylish feel. Inspired by Mandarin Oriental’s rich heritage, chef Jirí Štift has combined an eclectic menu of classic Asian dishes alongside Czech tasting menus. Indian tandoori specialties and vegetarian options are also available. Jazz brunches are a popular addition bringing clientele from all over Prague.
The Mandarin Oriental Prague has 79 individually designed rooms, 20 spacious suites, each with unique historical details and elegant décor with Asian touches. Views are of the cobbled streets, private garden or Prague Castle.
Location & Directions
Prague, Czech Republic
Mandarin Oriental is located 5 minutes from the Charles Bridge in the pretty Mala Strana area of Prague.
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.