Angelo Hotel Prague
What We Love
- A super-modern hotel in historic Prague, with breakfast and Executive Lounge accessClimbing to the top of the nearby Mrazovka Hill and taking in the views
- Savoring light dishes over the smoothing sounds of the saxophone at Jazz Bar
- The bright, smile-inducing interiors
What To Know
- Just one block from the Andels metro station and only three stops from Old Town
- The hotel's on a rather busy road but street noise isn't an issue
- Free WiFi
Angelo Hotel Prague sits neatly just five minutes from the center of Prague. This supremely convenient location is also surprisingly peaceful; from this stellar vantage point, you can gaze out over the rooftops of the vibrant heart of this fairy-tale city. In fact, this ideal address is one of the reasons the hotel nabbed itself a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
With its trademark colors of black, red, yellow and white, this design hotel is all about contemporary cool. Inside, you’ll find a spectacularly eccentric style mix; there are select pieces of Eastern furniture throughout, plus a stylish funky 1970s-style bar. More than just a pretty face, though, the hotel offers a stay that perfectly blends city life with relaxing down time. It’s got a dedicated concierge service on hand to help you plan your stay and a well-being center that features a sauna, solarium and steam bath.
Splashed in a vibrant color palette of red and yellow, Executive rooms have impressive views of the city and feature a double or two single beds.
A lively breakfast restaurant with vibrant hues, Restaurant Sunlight is the perfect atmosphere to start your day in Prague. The Jazz Bar also features brilliant bright colors and serves light bites and cocktails.
The hotel is just a five-minutes metro ride from the city center (the nearest station is just steps from the hotel), or you could jump on a tram and start to get to know this City of a Thousand Spires. Prague’s tram system covers the whole city, and it’s a great way to immerse yourself among the locals while seeing all the sights from your window seat. Sample some of Prague’s best beers at U Medvidku Beer Hall, or marvel at the 15th-century astronomical clock that’s been drawing crowds since 1490 as it strikes on the hour from 8am to 8pm.Cross the cobbles of Charles Bridge, with its 16 arches and 30 baroque statues, or learn about the city’s history at the Museum of Communism. Petrin Hill awaits for a stroll through Prague’s greenest spaces, and for an unusual taste of the city’s nightlife, why not pay a visit Bunkr Parukarka, an underground nightclub set within an old 1950s nuclear bunker.