24-hour multilingual concierge service, room service, and laundry
Massages from classic Swedish to locally inspired Linden Treatment, which uses regenerating oil from a native tree, are available in guest rooms
The modern Italian cooking at CottoCrudo, which includes a raw bar, authentic pastas, prosciutto tower and cheese cave
What To Know
There’s no charge for children under 18 sharing their parents’ guest rooms
Non-smoking rooms are available upon request
Some of the rooms in the Baroque wing live up to their billing with dizzying carpets and draperies
Parking on site
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A generous dose of international sophistication housed in a historical building in the heart of Prague’s Old Town
At the epicenter of Prague’s colorful Old Town, on the banks of the Vltava River and close to the Charles Bridge, the Four Seasons combines the consistent luxury the hotel brand is known for with the charm of its three historic buildings. This contemporary hotel encompasses structures from three eras — classical, Renaissance, and 18th-century baroque — which gives it great variation in layout among the 141 rooms and 20 suites, even in the same rate category. But the décor is uniformly understated and modern, inspired by historical Czech eras without taking them literally. Some of the treatments in the two-room spa (in the health club) pay homage to the locals, like a massage with linden blossom oil to detoxify, while the menu at the CottoCrudo restaurant looks south, to Italy, and comes with a 360-label wine list. As with all Four Seasons hotels, families are especially well taken care of, with babysitting services available, kids’ amenities, and concierges ready to suggest family-friendly activities nearby.
In the Area
The hotel is located in the main pedestrian area and only a few minutes’ walk from Old Town Square. It’s near the Municipal House, which now hosts art exhibitions and musical performances in a glorious old building, and Powder Tower, a 213-foot-tall tower that was the gateway to the medieval Royal Route through Old Town. Also nearby is Wenceslas Square (actually a 750-foot-long boulevard), a vibrant historic center of Prague now filled with shops, cafes, and nightlife.