Hotel Maria Prag
What We Love
- A boutique stay in the heart of Prague with breakfast, spa access, welcome treats and more
- Taking it easy and making the most of a dedicated breakfast menu for late-risers
- The finishing touches like Nespresso coffee machines in every room
- Indulging in a pamper session at the Acquapura City Spa in the basement
What To Know
- Free WiFi
- Underground parking on site
- Rooms near the front of the hotel can get some street noise
Adding a contemporary zing to the Czech Republic’s capital, these four-star dwellings are fabulous for those wanting a laid-back stay where a trendy vibe pervades. Set just a five-minute stroll from Wenceslas Square and the State Opera and only 10 minutes from the Old Town, almost everything you’d want to see in Prague is on your doorstop – or within walking distance.
Savvy style-seekers couldn’t wish for a cooler city base. There’s a lovely basement spa with sauna, steam bath, fitness room and treatment menu, a lobby bar for day-to-night lounging, and 109 spacious and decidedly modern guest rooms with huge abstract headboards, Nespresso coffee machines, flatscreen TVs, and more.
And the food’s not bad either. Before setting off to look longingly at Prague Castle from Charles Bridge, marvel at the quirky Dancing House and stock up on all sorts of curios at the open-air Havelske Trziste, refuel on the impossibly good breakfasts. Or simply stay in bed and relish the fact that there’s a dedicated à la carte menu for late-risers
Each of the 109 rooms and suites has a decidedly modern look. The Superior rooms are kitted out with wooden flooring, double beds or two twins with a huge abstract headboard, and en-suite bathroom with either shower or bathtub. Extras include a Nespresso coffee machine with complimentary capsules, flatscreen TV with satellite channels, and Wi-Fi access to keep you connected.
Kick-start the day with three choices of breakfast (continental, American or American-style buffet) – all of which are loaded with cooked-to-order international staples and regional delicacies. The sleek-looking restaurant opens from 6:30am to 10:30am Monday to Friday, and from 7am until noon on weekends and bank holidays. There is also a dedicated à la carte breakfast menu that runs daily until 11:30am.Further culinary thrills continue throughout the day by way of unique Falkensteiner Alpine-Adriatic cuisine – a fusion of light Mediterranean delicacies and down-to-earth Alpine dishes. There’s also a lobby bar for all sorts of drinks, snacks, and light bites.
For a soak, soothe and pick-me-up, the Acquapura City Spa is kitted out with a sauna, steam bath and fitness room. The impressive array of specifically tailored treatments includes massages, reflexology, facials, milk baths, lymphatic drainage, breathing exercises, and more. In-room treatments are available on request, depending on availability.
You’ll be staying right in the centre of Prague, just a five-minute stroll from Wenceslas Square and the State Opera and only 10 minutes from the Old Town and its striking Gothic Old Town Hall. Must-dos include gazing at Prague Castle from the famously ornate Charles Bridge, marvelling at the 213-feet-high Powder Tower, taking the funicular railway up Petrin Hill for knockout views, and shopping for curios at the open-air Havelske Trziste.Further thrills include touring the Jewish Quarter, visiting Prague Beer Museum, and getting your fix of modern art at Prague’s award-winning National Gallery. Falkensteiner Hotel Maria Prag is 20-minute taxi ride from Václav Havel Prague Airport.
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The breakfast was 100% top ! Lots of choices, Many well prepared food. Almost a Brunch at the buffet.Rooms very clean, and quiet . Price quality is this hotel very good. Service in the bar was very good.
Stayed at this hotel last week great hotel staff friendly very central. However I would tell anyone going to this city only use Uber taxis I got ripped off 4 different times with prober taxi signs on roof of cars . Do not yous taxis these guys are gangsters
We were arriving with a non-stop bus from the airport and departing to Vienna by train: The location is perfect: A short walk through a park to the hotel/station. But also, to stroll around the inner city of Prague, the Falkenstein is ideal: Almost all sights are within 20-30 minutes walking distance the main shopping streets are even closer.
Our room was on the 2nd floor with window to the courtyard, which sounds worse than it is: The sun was shining into the room. The advantage: There was no sound of traffic or something else, we slept like the angels. This also because the bed was comfortable, sheets clean and crispy. The room itself is spacious, modern and friendly with at big poster covering one whole wall and there is room enough to move. Toilet, the towels and the overall cleanliness: Everything top! We could hear nothing from the neighbor rooms. I was not using the TV.
Breakfast: I have been to higher rated hotels than the Falkenstein but can say that the Breakfast-Buffet can compete with any of them: All you need is there and on top you also get a fine glass of sparkly water.
We will definitively book this hotel again coming back to Prague.