Prague offers visitors architectural diversity which is hard to find anywhere else, as well as magnificent sites steeped in history. The Mala Strana quarter, meaning “small side” in Czech, is the city’s Baroque quarter. Located on the banks of the Vitava, the famous 14th century Charles Bridge links it to the Old City quarter, another favorite spot with tourists. The Mala Strana is an ideal area for walking and discovering, on its lovely old and narrow streets, former palaces with magnificent, decorative gardens.
The Saint Nicholas church is one of the city’s Baroque masterpieces. Built in the 18th century, its dome and bell tower dominate the quarter. The magnificent frescoes inside retrace the life of Saint Nicholas.
The Prague Castle is adjacent to the Mala Strana. Majestic and a bit intimidating at first, it is one of Prague’s most impressive monuments and an excellent site for learning more about the country’s history, since it was here that the kings and emperors who glorified the city lived. This symbol of Prague is the city’s most visited monument.
In the labyrinth of the small, cobblestone streets of the Mala Strana, we find a hotel designed for lovers of comfort and luxury, the Mandarin Oriental Prague. It is located in a 14th century former monastery, totally renovated to give its guests a five-star experience. The charm of the Baroque and Renaissance styles is harmoniously associated with contemporary décor chosen for the rooms and the suites. Each room offers guests a brightly lit space thanks to large bay windows which face the gardens of the monastery, the charming streets of the Mala Strana and the sumptuous Prague Castle.
Equipped with large beds, simple and elegant furniture and spacious bathrooms, each room is a very pleasant place to rest and relax. Other features include the several centuries old parquet floors, visible beams and arches, which create a fantastic atmosphere. Some rooms have ultra high tech equipment, one or several living rooms, a top floor with direct access to the terrace where guests can enjoy a relaxed and copious breakfast.
The hotel also has a fitness center complete with a personal coach and a very luxurious spa located in the former chapel. This space is entirely dedicated to well-being, and each visitor can find the right massage for his or her physical and spiritual well-being. The Mandarin Oriental possesses a lovely Baroque style bar where guests can choose between hot or cold drinks and cocktails. At the Essenia restaurant, the Chef prepares a varied menu punctuated with local dishes, which will delight even the most demanding gourmets.
Located in a 14th century monastery, the Mandarin Oriental Prague is the new symbol of luxury in the Czech Republic.
Five stars / Member Mandarin Oriental Group / Former 14th century monastery / Architectural masterpiece / Contemporary Czech & authentic Asian cuisine / Cocktail Bar / Outdoor terrace / Spa in a former Renaissance chapel / Fitness center / Personal trainers / Yoga classes / Kids club / Shopping
Open all year
99 rooms and suites
Double occupancy from 285 euros
Prague-Ruzyne International Airport (PRG) - Prague
MANDARIN ORIENTAL, PRAGUE
Mala Strana 118 00
No time difference
Temperate continental climate with radically different seasons : cold, snowy winters and hot, dry summers
National ID card or valid passport
No visa required
No required vaccinations
The Czech crown (Kc)
Czech, Slovak, German, Roma, English
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