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Four Seasons Hotel Prague

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • sumptuous beds
  • incredible views
  • excellent restaurant

    Cons

  • pricey breakfast
  • conservative styling

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Four Seasons Hotel Prague Review

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 (there are three buildings in all; the modern structure is joined by existing buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries), kitting out rooms with flat-screen TVs, Eames desk chairs, a herringbone-patterned carpet and more. It's classic Four Seasons throughout: exceedingly comfortable beds and pillows, stellar views of the Castle and Charles Bridge, and formal, conscientious service. Allego, one of Prague's best-reviewed restaurants, serves a lavish breakfast spread. Try to reserve well in advance (three months) to get a better rate.

    Hotel Details

  • 141 rooms, 20 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 09-26-2013

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    Four Seasons Prague Review

    One of the finest hotel experiences, if not the finest, I have ever had. Service was perfect, not a detail was not accounted for. Staff held to the highest standards, including knowing your name from the moment you arrive. Small fitness and business centers, but more than adequate.
    Rooms beautifully appointed. Allegro Restaurant is not Czech in cuisine, but world-class in service and food.
    Perfect, quiet location-10 minute walk to Old Town Square. There is no service, from shoe shines to breakfast, that is unaccounted for. If budget permits, I can imagine an equally-great hotel in Prague, but not a better one.

    by elaine, 3/6/10
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    What's better than this?

    This is with out a doubt the best Four Seasons there is. The Premier Suite in the Main Buildng was fantastic, as I got an excellent overall veiw of Prague. Alegro's style of cooking was off the charts, and the service was incompareble to any thing else. The service was very kind and they made huge accomidations I could not believe they could do. Although it was expensive, it was completely worth it.

    by yankees35, 2/20/08

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