Four Seasons Prague
Bringing together Baroque, Neo-Renaissance, and Neoclassical buildings, the Four Seasons Prague is stunning. The buildings have been elegantly built or restored, harmonising elements added – like the warm Czech sandstone of the contemporary main building – or preserved. There’s a 16th century building, complete with a riverbank-facing statue of St. John of Nepomuk, cross-vaulting, and hand-forged ironmongery. The 19th century facade of a factory, with elegant cornices. A 19th century residential apartment building with double-sloping roof. It’s a blend of styles and historical periods that’s a testimony to the artful hand of the Four Seasons, and the city of Prague itself.
Guests will find a sizeable sweep of rooms and suites at the Four Seasons Prague, with views that could encompass anything from the Vltava River and the Malá Strana to Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. Some of which even have private balconies from which to enjoy the vistas. There are rooms that reflect the neoclassical design through lavish use of golds and beige, while others have more modern sensibilities, opting for shades of black, white and grey, offset with pops of bright colour. Think: turquoise or coral. And they’re outfitted just as you’d expect from an international luxury brand, with marble bathrooms, plush furnishings, and a wonderful roster of amenities.
Elsewhere at the Four Seasons Prague, guests can enjoy the serene surroundings and sumptuous treatments of the AVA Spa. Drawing inspiration from centuries-old healing traditions, as well as stellar contemporary technologies, the treatments here range from Rhassoul steam baths and linden blossom massages, to rejuvenating facials by cellular brand Swiss Perfection, the botanically-influenced brand Sodashi, or the award-winning Omorovicza spa line. The spa’s treatment list is happily extensive and ever-so tempting, and there’s a vitality pool and gym to avail yourself of as well. Plus, the whole spa overlooks Prague Castle.
Fantastic views are part of the package at Four Seasons Prague, not least from the rooftop terrace where you can enjoy a romantic meal with your sensational views of the Czech capital. The hotel also houses CottoCrudo, a renowned Italian restaurant with its own live crudo bar and some of the freshest seafood in town, and the bar and lounge, The Gallery, where you can grab fresh-baked pastries, afternoon tea, cocktails and canapés all while looking out at contemporary Czech art.