Make sure to perfect your city break to Prague by booking a room in one of the most luxuriously regal 5* hotels this picturesque city has to offer. This Secret Hotel boasts spacious and finely furnished double en-suite rooms featuring air conditioning, free internet access, mini bar and safe for all your valuables. The exceptional hotel facilities will ensure maximum convenience and superior customer service; from free airport transfers, 24 hour concierge, currency exchange, dry cleaning, casino, gift shop and hair salon. Enjoy excellent hotel with Spa facilities included. Relax and unwind in style in the serene health club with outstanding spa, solarium, sauna, beauty salon and fitness centre. Those on business can take advantage of the business centre, comprised of several meeting rooms and an executive lounge.
A stone’s throw away from the architecturally exquisite Prague Castle, the city’s vibrant and rich history is practically on your doorstep. Listed as the largest ancient castle in the world, the stately castle is home to the Bohemian Crown Jewels and its grounds are surrounded by a host of ornate churches, palaces and halls. Steeped in culture and Prague’s colourful past, the castle is the perfect day out for couples and families alike. The hotel is also a short distance from the imposing neo-Renaissance Rudolfinum, a stunning classical music auditorium. As well as hosting the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the concert hall is also home to a contemporary art gallery and is a must-see for any lover of the arts.
This sublime luxury hotel is in a prime location for exploring the enchanting medieval settlement of Prague’s Old Town. Set alongside the idyllic Vltava River, the spacious and ornate town squares are host to many notable works of architecture including the Old New Synagogue, the Old Town Square and beautiful Astronomical Clock. The charming streets are also lined with quaint bistros and restaurants specialising in delicious authentic Czech cuisine.
Wencelas Square makes the perfect place for tourists to visit both day and night. Wander down the tree lined boulevard and admire the historical monuments including the Wencelas Monument and Prague National Museum. Dotted with shops and boutiques, the square is also sure to impress shopaholics wanting to exercise their credit cards. After dark, why not head down to one of the lively bars and clubs for a cocktail to sample some of Prague’s famous nightlife scene? Prague is equally exhilarating by day as it is by night!