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.