Aria Hotel by Library Hotel Collection
What We Love
- Location in Prague’s left-bank Mala Strana neighborhood, just a three-minute walk from the Charles Bridge
- Modern, comfortable rooms honoring musical greats like Billie Holiday and Louis Armstrong
- Private dinners with a movie screening or concert in soundproof Music Box
- Direct access to Vrtbovska Garden, a UNESCO-listed site
- On-staff music historian oversees a large CD/DVD library
What To Know
- Every room has a flat-screen computer and a preloaded iPod
- Rooms have views of St. Nicholas Church or the Winter Garden Atrium
- There are live piano performances in the Coda restaurant from Tuesday to Saturday
- Pets up to 110 pounds are permitted for approximately $65 per day
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
With a stay at Aria Hotel in Prague (Mala Strana), you’ll be minutes from Lesser Town Square and Prague Castle. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Czech Museum of Music and Lesser Town Bridge Tower.
Make yourself at home in one of the 51 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and DVD players. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, designer toiletries, and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Don’t miss out on recreational opportunities including a steam room and a fitness center. Additional features include babysitting/childcare and wedding services.
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms.
How to Get There
My wife and I had a very enjoyable 4 night stay. Well located for the castle and an easy walk across Charles IV bridge into the Old City. Lovely spacious room. Free afternoon tea was a nice touch. We had a lunch and a dinner in the hotel restaurant both of which were excellent. All the staff couldn't have been more helpful>
In particular I traveled separately from my wife and arrived at 9 am in the morning, but instead of storing my luggage as I expected they moved me straight into my room.
Hotel was tucked away and very quiet.
Great boutique hotel, wonderful staff, beautiful rooms, great food. An oasis in a very busy city. We were a group of 3 in separate rooms. One of our group had stayed there before. It became clear over the 4 nights we were there that small groups of friends and family were also staying there for the same reasons. No bus groups. Great help from staff on shipping gifts to the States.
Ok so I threw the kitchen sink at this one, reserved the s-class round trip airport drop off and went flawlessly, even over the cobblestones , after a business class flight I might add so started the weekend off nicely.
On check in we were given room 311 (one bed suite -Bach) fabulous peaceful views of the gardens at the back with chocolates, flowers and a lovely congratulatory welcome note to greet us.
The bathroom is an awkward shape but workable.
The TV and hi if we’re incredible, Nearly better than my own with the choice of any music you could wish for, we must have spent 2-3 hours guessing the music caricatures on the screen saver as we listened to our favourite music (Andrea Boccelli).
Waking up in the morning to the sound of birds chirping and feeling the warm sun on you was beyond beautiful, it was total serenity so thanks for giving us that room we really appreciate it.
The breakfast was quite small but all very good quality and more than adequate for the small number of guests I would say.
It was a shame however that the roof bar had just been closed for the winter but to there credit they let us have some time up there for pictures and so on (it was beautifully sunny).
Didn’t eat there as my wife thought it a little to formal so can’t comment on dinner.
It’s a shame we only had three days as this place is wonderful and we are still reliving it through photos and videos.
I have to add that the occasion, weather and the beautiful city of Prague is probably glossing over a thing or two but then it probably will for you too so just do it, I promise you’ll have a great time.
Thank you Aria
We highly recommend the Aria hotel in Prague. Perfect location, and gorgeous private garden right in the backyard. Lovely restaurant on the roof with great views and ambiance. We had a suite that overlooked the gardens and it was just magnificent. Music theme was different and interesting. Easy to walk to lots of sites, and we loved being in the old town ( mala strana) Light airy central room for breakfast and afternoon snacks. Special shout out to concierge Ivana, who arranged dinners in Michelin restaurants, got tickets for concerts in amazing venues, and was professional and personable. We would definitely stay here again, and visit Aria brand in other cities.
Great attention to detail, from the time of booking to the end of the stay. They arranged airport transport, concert tickets, restaurant reservations, all with ease. Great email correspondence and follow through. The rooms are well appointed. We had three rooms on the contemporary floor. The music themes throughout offered a fun/museum quality to the hotel. Access to the hotels music library via Apple TV was an added plus. Rooms have a subtle luxury, provide the European feel one looks for in a city like Prague.
The staff were always attentive. Location is away from the busier parts of Prague, but only a short walk or taxi ride. The street of the hotel has two great restaurants, an amazing cognac bar and jazz club. Hotel sits next door to the Irish Embassy and the American Embassy down the block.
Couple of notes to bare in mind. The gardens behind the hotel are closed for the winter, as well as the rooftop terrace. Hotel could have mentioned this as the photos are so prominent on the website.
Recommend booking breakfast with room, as the breakfast was top notch, coffee, tea, champagne and more.....
Hands down one of the best hotels we have stayed at in the world.