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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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.
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One of the best Hotel in Prague. Great view from the top. The service from the front desk to room is incredible. The hotel emplacement is perfect. When you stay there you will have access to the garden behind the hotel. Take the time ti go see because it’s one of the garden to visit in Prague . We also rent a car and surprisingly they didn’t give us a ticket so we were insecure but trust them next day you ask for your car and they always remember you :(. I definitely recommend this hotel :)
Aria Hotel is exquisite. The property is beautiful with glass chandeliers and the details of the musical theme throughout are very sweet. All amenities have been considered. The beds are comfortable and the rooms are clean. Afternoon tea is a special treat every day and the restaurant and lounge area are very relaxing and welcoming. The concierge and front desk were very attentive and ready to meet any and all my needs. Don’t miss the world heritage site gardens in the back! Aria is a real gem in Prague with a great location. I would highly recommend staying here and hope to return!
While I've been to Prague before and stayed at either hotels designed for large conferences or close to the square in the old city, staying at Aria was a new and quite enjoyable experience.
The Aria is a relatively new hotel tucked away in Prague's designer district on embassy row. Shadowed by the American embassy up on the hill and down the street from the Japanese embassy, this hotel is located in a neighborhood where people go to pick out textiles for custom-made clothing.
Walking around the cobble stoned lanes around this hotel you'll discover unique shops with knickknacks for your home, small bakeries, wine shops and tasting bars and even a shop dedicated soley to cognac. Two doors down from the hotel is a neighborhood produce shop that seems almost too nice and too small to be able to afford the rent.
Nearby restaurants include French, Spanish and Romanian as well as many Czech options.
The hotel is spotless and each room/suite is named after a composer. We were in the Shubert Suite, for example. Our room was modern with a separate shower and a king sized bed.
Downstairs, you'll find a large function room/lounge area with a pianist at night and a nice breakfast service in the mornings. A hidden gem within this hidden gem is out the lower back stairs where you'll find access to a massive baroque garden area, which is a perfect spot for reading, enjoying the sun or having your wedding photos taken, which seemed to be an all-day affair when we were there.
The one area that could use a little improvement is the concierge, who is tucked away in the music library. When we asked him for his recommendations for local eateries, he told us "I don't eat in this neighborhood. I eat at home." Then, he proceeded to do a Google search to find local restaurants. That wasn't exactly the type of local insight we were hoping for. Still, in this neighborhood, you really don't need a concierge. Just walk out of the hotel and down the street a block and you'll find some great small eateries.
While this hotel isn't cheap, it is worth the price just to be in the neighborhood it's in and, as I mentioned, the property and the rooms are spotless and modern.
Walking distance from the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, Aria hotel is a nice and elegant hotel with friendly staff and amazing gardens. The breakfast feels like home and the art collection on the walls is really something!
Loved the accommodation, staff and location! The hotel is unassuming but very luxurious in presentation.. a gem for the art lover and music lover! Highly recommend the airport transfer for a great experience. The hotel staff is welcoming and attentive. We were fortunate to have the Tchaikovsky room that had unbelievable garden views (see below). Here are the only pitfalls we found... The shower head could be improved as it is only a rain shower and weak.. another recommendation would be to have a rotating breakfast menu or more items available to order as multiple days could be boring with the same items all the time! Overall I would stay here in a heartbeat again.. it felt like a treat and the location (just a short walk to the Charles bridge and Lennon wall) make it a fantastic choice!