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Mandarin Oriental Prague

Mandarin Oriental Prague, Mala Strana (Lesser Quarter)

At a Glance

    Pros

  • historic building
  • lovely setting
  • boffo spa
  • attentive, personalized service
  • luxurious beds

    Cons

  • some rooms are small
  • Wi-Fi and breakfast can cost extra depending on your reservation

Mandarin Oriental Prague Review

Architects wisely chose to retain many of this restored Dominican monastery's original flourishes, creating a peaceful, inspired backdrop for the Mandarin Oriental's luxurious offerings, including a celebrated spa and the renowned restaurant, Essensia. The rooms, some with beamed or arched ceilings, are richly appointed and tastefully furnished with navy blue bedspreads and touches of velvet; many have panoramic views, but note that at less than 350 square feet, standard rooms can feel small. One highlight is the spa, which incorporates local botanicals (like linden blossoms) in treatments. Another must is the restaurant, Essensia, which serves both Asian and Continental cuisine. The location, just off pretty Maltese Square, feels secluded and special, but is just a short, cobblestone-lined walk to sites like the Charles Bridge.

    Hotel Details

  • 77 rooms, 22 suites.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 07-19-2013

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