Four Seasons Hotel Prague
What We Love
- 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
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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.
How to Get There
We recently stayed in this beautiful Hotel for our 4 night stay in Prague. The Hotel has everything and more that you could expect from a Hotel of this caliber. The rooms , staff and facilities were all superb. The location is fantastic and just a 5 minute walk from all of the tourist attractions. The shower unit in our room was the best we've ever had.
We stopped here for tea and cake one afternoon after a river cruise. We have been to a few Four Seasons Hotels and try and make a point of visiting one in any city we visit. We went in the main lobby and asked a receptionist where we could get tea. She kindly showed us to the lounge area where there were a few comfy sofas and chairs. It was reasonably busy but not full. We waited quite a while before a waitress came over and gave us a menu. We asked what the cake of the day was and she couldn't explain in English so took my husband over to show him the cake. We ordered two teas and two pieces of cake. It took ages for it to arrive. When it finally did, my tea pot was boiling hot by my husbands was only luke warm. He called the waitress over to ask for a hotter pot of tea. She disappeared, without taking his pot, and didn't come back. Finally a different waiter appeared with two pots of tea. I told him mine was ok, it was only only my husbands that needed changing. It was quite a pleasant area to have tea but nothing special. Certainly, when the bill came, we realised it wasn't worth the money. We had better service in smaller cafes and coffee shops in town. What a shame. Four Seasons has such a good name, but this hotel didn't really live up to expectations. The flowers in the lobby were beautiful!!!!
We have litterally traveled the world and stayed in many great hotels, and this one ranks as one of the very best. Very high quality rooms and service, and the best location in Prague. You can literally walk to any of the major attractions. The concierge staff is very knowledgafe and helpful, and we highly recommend dinner at their restaurant Crotto Crudo.
My wife and I stayed with Four Seasons Prague during our honeymoon and it was an amazing experience. From the greetings at the front door, to any service in-room, the staff were a pleasure to deal with.
The comfort, on-site amenities, and in-room experience is second to none. Thank you for making our honeymoon and luxury hotel experience a memorable one.
Our stay at the Four Seasons Prague was excellent. The hotel is beautiful with an excellent location walking distance to old town, and a beautiful walk across the Charles bridge to lesser town and then up to the castle. We thought about staying at the mandarin oriental but we are glad we stayed here because of the location.
Prague is so beautiful. It is like a fairytale with the cobblestone streets, beautiful architecture, pedestrian bridge to the castle up high in the hill framed by a flowing river with swans.
The service at the Four Seasons was exceptional. All of the staff worked as a team and they were always kind, and efficient. It was always nice to have a smiling face greeting us whenever we came in. Esther at the front desk was fantastic with her help before arriving and upon arrival. Katrena was the concierge who provided us ideas for activities, and dining options. She arranged an excellent guide, Dasha, who took us to the castle for the afternoon. Chimone was one of the doormen who gave us a warm hello every time we came back. Benjamin gave us a welcoming check-in after our long flight. Alexandra always had a smiling good morning when we came for breakfast. These were many others that also provided excellent service but we don’t remember their names.
My wife had a spa treatment that she really enjoyed. The pool looked nice but we never used it. It was small but nice.
We booked with American Express Platinum and received an awesome upgrade to a renaissance room. As it sounds, it is decorated in old world style. My wife loved it. She felt like she was in a fairy tale room. The room is up to the Four Seasons standards with an excellent bed, bathroom, toiletries, coffee service, television. Very quiet too.
Breakfast buffet was always great with lots of options. The only disappointment we had was room service. The service was excellent from Tomas, but the food itself was not good - we had the fritto misto, risotto, chicken soup, tiramisu. The bread and butter were the best part of the meal. Could be just us....
Overall, we will definitely stay here again if we visit Prague. Thank you Four Seasons for an excellent stay!