Four poster-beds and WiFi: Best Ingredients for a Romantic Stay in Prague

Prague may not be the first city you think of for a romantic weekend but be assured Prague is like a second Paris inclusive of an Eiffel Tower. All right, it is a miniature version but a worthy look-a-like.  Prague has a plethora of hotels. It is not difficult at all to find a romantic hotel that suits your wallet. Situated just under Prague Castle, Male Strana quarter is the most romantic but also the most expensive district. Stare Mesto or the Old Town neighborhood with winding, cobbled lanes is an excellent second best. The good thing about this part of the city is that you are right in the middle of activities and sights. Everything is within walking distance and you will never need public transport. The Four Seasons Hotel is the best of the best. If you crave luxury, this is your place. Rocco Forte the Augustin is your best choice if you want to indulge in aromatherapy. Stay in the honeymoon suite and you are almost in heaven. For lovers of age-old grandeur with modern touches Alchymist Residence Nosticova is your romantic hide-out. Four-poster beds combined with WiFi unite the old and new. Here is a list of 10 romantic hotels to make it easier for you to make a choice.

Three historic buildings from Baroque, Renaissance and Art Nouveau periods blend into a new truly five-star deluxe hotel. Tall ceilings, period furniture and crystal chandeliers provide style and atmosphere. The Presidential suite includes a...  Read More

Spoil yourself and stay in the Alchymist Hotel in Prague's Mala Strana neighborhood. Housed in a sixteenth-century gentry house, the Alchymist is comfortable, beautiful and serene and the perfect home away from home. The fifteen individual...  Read More

Rocco Forte The Augustine

Prague is known as the city of the hundred spires, yet it is difficult to find a hotel next to one of its churches. The Augustine is one of the few hotels situated next to church and a thirteenth century monastery. Located in the Mala Strana...  Read More

Set in a tastefully renovated 17th century monastery, Mandarin Oriental offers a variety of stylish guest rooms. Some have antique parquet floors, others have vaulted ceilings. Most romantic are the garden rooms in the cloister garden. All rooms...  Read More

Tucked away in a cobbled back street of this delightful quarter, The Golden Well or Zlata Studne is a luxurious boutique hotel. This historical building was once the property of the Emperor Rudolf II, member of the House of Habsburg. Located...  Read More

Staying in Hotel Aria is a music filled experience. Each of the hotel's four floors represents a musical genre: jazz, opera, classical and contemporary. Guest rooms are dedicated to a specific musician or composer. Each room offers a...  Read More

The hotel is up Neruda street and only a few minutes away on from Prague Castle. Set in a three-storey building that dates back to the fourteenth century, the hotel is full of old-age charm. The hotel and the street are named after the...  Read More

Experience the Orient in the Buddha Bar hotel. Dark cherry wood, scarlet accents and wafts of incense add to its mystical charm. Crimson lacquer chests of drawers and a dragon mural suggest a stylish opium den. Buddha Bar chain started in Paris...  Read More

Hotel U Krale Karla

Incredible location, right at the top of Nerudova Street, U Krale Karla is one of Prague's most exquisite hotels in Hradcany, the Castle district, and only a short walk to Prague Castle. The original Gothic building belonged to the Benedictine...  Read More

Romantik Hotel U Raka

Tucked away in a quiet street in the Hradcany district, eighteenth-century Romantik Hotel U Raka is a rural gem. Family-run U Raka is housed in one of the few remaining timbered cottages in Prague. The six guest rooms, low ceilings, wooden...  Read More


Meet Marianne Crone

Marianne Crone divides her time between her home in the Netherlands and an apartment in Prague, the city where her son, daughter-in-law and grandson live.

Now retired, Marianne is still an...  More About Marianne

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