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The Four Seasons Prague is made up of three historic buildings from the Baroque, Classical and Renaissance periods and united by a new, modern structure. Full review →
Ideally located hotel in a cluster of historic structures, plus a modern building, in the city’s Old Town (Staré Mesto), overlooking the Vltava River with views to Prague Castle. Full review →
The decor throughout is standard Four Seasons: deluxe and undemanding, in muted beige and green hues.
It’s "perfection from A to Z" at this red-roofed complex in the Old Town. Full review →
This luxury hotel located close to the Charles Bridge needs no introduction. There are a variety of rooms and suites to choose from, and all have stunning views over the Vltava.
Though competition in the five-star sector has heated up, the Four Seasons luxury chain is keeping up, with renovations to the modern wing of the hotel. Full review →
This addition to Prague's short list of luxury hotels is its most impressive. Full review →
A Four Seasons experience amidst Prague’s Gothic and Baroque architecture. Full review →
A generous dose of international sophistication housed in a historical building in the heart of Prague’s Old Town. Full review →
Elegant, well-kept bedrooms in varying sizes; ask for one with river and castle views.Ask for a bedroom with river and castle views.
The 157-room Four Seasons is a family-friendly luxury property located in the historic center, across the street from the Vltava River and Charles Bridge. Full review →
This hotel weaves an elaborate web of modern luxury anchored in a trio of historic buildings turned in classical, Renaissance and baroque styles Full review →
One of the city’s plushest and best-located hotels, it comprises several separate structures from different eras, lending plenty of character to the interior and rooms. Full review →
Expectations were high for the Four Seasons' long-awaited arrival in Prague a few years back, and the hotel has matched or bettered them all. Full review →
Four buildings from different architectural eras (Baroque; Neoclassical; Neo-Renaissance; Modernista-revival), on the east bank of the Vltava River. Full review →
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