Occidental Praha Wilson
What We Love
- A five-star boutique hotel with a perfect location in the heart of Prague – includes breakfastThe unbeatable location surrounded by cultural gems, such as the National Museum, just steps away
- Sampling delicious national dishes in a chic setting at the hotel’s stylish restaurant
- Taking in fabulous views of the city without even leaving your room
What To Know
- Central location, just steps from the main sights
- The staff offers five-star service
- Free WiFi
When a city is as perfect for exploring on foot as Prague, hotel location is everything. It’s handy, then, that Occidental Praha Wilson is perfectly set in the center of the capital’s New Town district;you’re among the city’s top attractions from the minute you step outside the lobby.
Right next to Wenceslas Square, with fabulous views of the National Museum, Castle and State Opera, the hotel is a 53-room haven of peace amid the cultural and gastronomical gems that make up this fascinating capital. It’s also new, so you can expect high-spec, luxury finishes throughout, along with all the trappings and services to be expected from a five-star gem.
With a regal, gold-and-blue color scheme and spectacular vistas of the National Museum, Deluxe rooms with city views certainly live up to their name. Expect first-class services and amenities, from 24-hour room service to sumptuous toiletry treats in the bathroom. Each room offers a twin or king-sized bed, a desk and a spacious, en-suite bathroom. Executive rooms are a bit larger, and include
With its cobbled streets and historical landmarks around every corner, Prague is a city made for exploring on foot. The hotel is right in the heart of the capital, next to the cultural hub of Wenceslas Square, where you’ll practically share a doorstep with the National Museum (Národní Museum to locals) and the beautiful State Opera. Cultural highlights are endless, but a must-see is Prague Castle, a mere half-hour walk across the river, crossing the famous Charles Bridge on your way. Take in the masterpieces of Monet and Van Gogh at the National Gallery in Prague (a 15-minute stroll), treat your taste buds at the city’s two Michelin-starred restaurants (Alcron and La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise) or tour the historic Staropramen brewery. If you want to explore further afield, excellent transport links and a metro station are right at the hotel’s front door.
How to Get There
Location is the bigest value of this hotel. It wasn;t cheap and I have stayed in better hotels with 3 or 4 stars. His own parking is 500m from the hotel and cost 30 euro per day. Room comfortable. Breakfast really good but 18 euro per person was to much
Great location, lovely staff and quality hotel. Only thing missing for me was no rooms with a bath available. The reception staff and porters were very helpful and looked after us very well. We received a glass of bubbles on check in . Would recommend.
Fab hotel room was big and bed was big and comfortable great location right next to the shops and restaurants and would definitely stay here again , i choose an executive room with Balcony and was well worth the money
Close walk to the main train station and easy walk to restaurants, shops, Grey Line tour buses. Rooms were clean though ours was a bit small, elevator was fast, lobby was lovely and the front desk staff was helpful and patient. The WiFi worked well. I’d definitely book this hotel again and would recommend it to anyone.
3* Hotel under the disguise of a 5*. The hotel needs to up it's game, mainly the breakfast items(please get proper coffee), the shower/ bathroom (my student flat has a better shower) and the general staff friendliness.