Nebovidská 459/1, Malá Strana 118 00 Prague − Czech_Republic
+420 233 088 888
Set against a backdrop of gleaming spires, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is a five-star luxury hotel in the heart of the Czech Republic’s prettiest city. A modern retreat with a centuries-old past, ideally located for exploring all of the sights.
Built on the site of a former 14th century monastery, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is both a luxury hotel and a wonderfully preserved piece of history. Blending contemporary design with period features, it offers a truly unique five-star experience.
Enjoying a peaceful location in Malá Strana, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is a serene retreat infused with centuries of character. With an acclaimed spa, 79 elegant rooms, 20 individually-decorated suites and excellent dining, it offers a glimpse into the past, whilst embracing the future.
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Among the Gothic spires of the Czech Republic’s Bohemian capital, where even a casual stroll is a visual treat, there’s a thriving modern shopping, dining and arts scene.
With its colourful jumble of architectural styles spanning a thousand years, gold-tipped towers and verdigris cupolas, splendid vistas and cobblestones, Prague has the requisite looks of an old-world archetype. Despite having stood in for Paris, Vienna and London in countless films, when viewed up close its charms are very much its own. Thanks to Prague’s compact size, shopping is easily navigated on foot. Parížská (‘Paris’) Street in the Old Town, a tree-lined boulevard of ornate Art Nouveau façades, is where to find designer boutiques, including Cartier, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Agent Provocateur and Tiffany & Co. Those popping the question in Prague – as many do – should visit local jeweller Halada, Studio Sperk for Czech garnets, and Gioia. Nearby Dušní Street is the heart of the (tiny) Fashion District, with home-grown labels Klara Nademlynska, Timoure et Group and Tatiana.
Nestled in Malá Strana, Prague’s oldest and most picturesque district on the left bank of the Vltava River, Mandarin Oriental, Prague has many iconic sights within easy reach – the 14th-century Charles Bridge, the Baroque St Nicholas Cathedral and Prague Castle which towers overhead. The Castle, a city within a city, is worth exploring for its extraordinary architecture; sights include St Vitus Cathedral and the Old Royal Palace. The Lobkowicz Palace, on the Castle’s eastern side, includes works by Canaletto, Bruegel the Elder and Velázquez, as well as original scores by Beethoven and Mozart. Crossing Charles Bridge into the Old Town is Old Town Square, a vast plaza encircled by burghers’ houses, palaces and a Gothic cathedral anchored by the Old Town Hall’s tower with its medieval Astronomical Clock. Crowds gather here on the hour to watch the centuries-old spectacle of 12 rotating Apostles, ending with a death knell and golden rooster’s crow. Nearby is the former Jewish Quarter, with the Old-New Synagogue, Old Jewish Cemetery, Jewish Museum and a synagogue inscribed with 80,000 Holocaust victims’ names.
Situated in a former monastery, we provide a stunning setting combined with years of experience for your wedding, meeting or event.
Facilities: Grand Ballroom for up to 120 guests; Dominicus Hall, a smaller ballroom for up to 45 guests; Monastery Lounge, a former cloister ideal for pre-function gatherings, use of our restaurant wine cellar, executive boardroom, fully-equipped business centre, dedicated wedding and events team.
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Lying on the left bank of the Vltava River, Mandarin Oriental, Prague enjoys a quiet location close to many of Prague’s major attractions. The hotel is hidden in the quiet cobbled streets of picturesque Malá Strana, close to Prague Castle, five minutes walk from the 14th century Charles Bridge and a walking distance to Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.