Wander down a cobblestone lane to discover the Mandarin Oriental Prague, tucked into one of the city's quiet corners.
The Mandarin Oriental Prague is housed in Baroque and Renaissance buildings and a 14th-century monastery in the Mala Strana district. Guests have the benefit of being within walking distance of Prague’s picturesque sites; just close enough without the crowds.
Sumptuous rooms and suites pair with impeccable service to make your stay memorable. Each space is wonderfully preserved, bringing you modern amenities in a historic setting. Sloping ceilings and exposed beams feel straight out of a fairytale home; indeed Alice in Wonderland would be pleased with the garden view. When you swing out of bed on chilly mornings, the underfloor heating will welcome your toes. Plush furnishings keep you feeling cozy in the creamy spaces. Velvet armchairs, red silk pillows, and blue bedspreads offer a royal touch. En-suite baths are fit for royalty too, including separate baths and showers
Feel like a king when you look upon Prague Castle from your elegant room. Woven rugs, dark wood tables, and contemporary art are highlighted by the daylight that floods in. Chandeliers designed by the Czech Republic’s premier crystal manufacturer dangle from the arched ceilings. Crystal lamps softly illuminate your reading on magical nights.
Prague’s delights are many. Walk straight into a fairytale in the Old Town Square, only a short stroll over the Vltava River. With all the walking you can do in the city, you are likely to build up a hearty appetite. The Mandarin Oriental Prague features Spices Restaurant & Bar, a star in Prague’s dining scene that frequently pops up in the Michelin Guide. Asian dishes and mouthwatering cocktails are served in a Renaissance-style vaulted space. Even though the menu is primarily Asian-inspired, you will find some Czech specialties too like the kulajda, creamy soup. Sample Dom Perignon in the intimate brick-walled cellar.
Feel heavenly in the spa, housed in a former chapel. Look down at the lobby’s glass floor to view the foundations of a 14th-century church. It’s this fusion of past and present that makes a stay at the Mandarin Oriental Prague so lovely.Request Information