This property kicked off Prague's luxury hotel boom in the early 2000s and still holds up well against the competition. While the music theme may be more of a gimmick than an amenity, that's forgivable considering that the hotel hosts live concerts and even has an on-site music librarian. Rooms are sleek, done up in sandy tones with red punctuations, flat-screens TVs, and spacious, well-lit bathrooms. Another attraction is the rooftop restaurant, with drop-dead gorgeous views of Prague. Though it's at the base of the street leading to the American embassy, there are plenty of bars and restaurants at hand.