What We Love
- Views of Old Town’s spires from the hotel’s Summer Terrace
- The indoor pool and hot tub
- The lavish breakfast buffet at the Primator restaurant, one of three eateries on the property
What To Know
- The hotel is great for business travelers due to its extensive meeting space
- For formal dining there’s the rooftop Zlatá Praha, which features live piano music
- Though located in Prague’s historic city center, the hotel itself is in a contemporary building
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
A 372-room hotel in Prague’s Old Town, the InterContinental offers five-star amenities like marble bathrooms, a fitness center and spa, and a choice of three top-notch restaurants, including the rooftop Zlatá Praha. The lobby is done up in polished wood floors and Art Deco–inspired furnishings; the suites and rooms (some overlook the river) are spacious and tasteful, with flat-screen TVs and plush white bed linens. Bonus: There’s underground parking on-site.
In the Area
Prague’s Old Town is filled with Medieval architectural gems, from churches and taverns to centuries-old shops selling glasswares. The 15th-century Charles Bridge, which spans the Vltava river, is a must-see, especially in the evening. Get to know Prague like a local and head to one of city’s many beer gardens. The Riegrovy Sad overlooks Prague Castle and has great people watching. For dinner book a table at U Kroka, which turns out heaping plates of Czech classics (you’re guaranteed not to go hungry).
How to Get There
Stayed for three nights the location is excellent within easy walking distance of many of the tourist attractions. Hotel is a bit dated but very clean an well maintained. Lovely bar with good selection, only a few minor complaints for a five star hotel, no slippers in bedroom, no hair conditioner an no extra towel available in spa area.
Great location for shopping, restaurants and Old Town all in walking distance. The room was clean and comfortable but with a very limited view from the second floor. The breakfast buffet was good with a nice selection. A great value !
Really enjoyed our stay here earlier this month. The hotel is easy to access from the airport, in and amongst a great area for shopping and good walking distance to centre, castle. Charles Bridge etc.
The room itself was a good size, everything you’d expect including safe, fridge and coffee making facilities. Great shower!! The only issue I found was with the window-we couldn’t get it to open.
Staff are friendly and helpful. The waiters in the bar are very knowledgeable. The spa and gym area are probably the best I’ve seen in a hotel. Only down side is that there are no mixed saunas, only single sex in each dressing room.
I loved the location of this hotel in Prague. It was a block from the river, a short walk to the historic Charles Bridge and downtown shopping and restaurants. The staff at the hotel was fantastic! My luggage was held up in NYC (who knows why?) on my flight from JFK to Prague. The staff at the Concierge desk were on it and kept track of my luggage as it winged its way from the U.S. to Europe. They really did go above and beyond and as soon as my luggage landed in Prague, they alerted me of the time the courier would deliver it to the hotel. Almost to the minute, the luggage was there. In the meantime they offered complimentary toiletries and even snacks and drinks. The rooms were spacious, clean and had a great view of the river. If I ever find myself back in Prague, this will be the hotel of my choice.
Pros- excellent location next to the river, 5-10 minutes walk to the Charles Bridge and the Old Town, 15-20 minutes walk to Lesser and New Towns. About 25-30 mins walk to Prague Castle (uphill). Great breakfast.
Cons- Brutalist architecture (from Communism days), Astronomical clock under renovations.