Mandarin Oriental, Prague          

 Nebovidská 459/1, Malá Strana 118 00 Prague − Czech_Republic

Housed within a former 14th century monastery, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is both a five-star luxury hotel and a wonderfully preserved piece of history. Blending contemporary design with period features, we offer a truly unique hotel experience.

Mandarin Oriental Prague

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We think that the best way to explore Prague is on foot with one of our experienced tour guides. Multilingual and fully certified, they will provide you with a tour tailored to your individual needs and interests. We would suggest you split your tour of Prague into three days.

Mandarin Oriental, Prague’s experienced concierge team is widely regarded as one of the best concierge services in the city. As members of Les Clefs d’Or, the prestigious international association of concierges, our team has nearly fifty years combined experience working in the hotel industry. From assistance with business-related tasks to printing boarding passes, arranging train tickets and car transportation, organising a private guide, making reservations or purchasing concert tickets, our luxury concierge team will assist in any way they can.

Pavel Ruml, Head Concierge

Pavel has been working in the hotel industry since 2001 and joined Mandarin Oriental, Prague in 2006 as part of the opening team, going on to be appointed Head Concierge in 2008. Placing great emphasis on teamwork, Pavel and his team know everything there is to know about Prague with contacts across the city and the most up-to-date information on what’s going on in town. As an active member of the Czech Section of Les Clefs d’Or since 2007, Pavel regularly attends meetings in Prague and has also planned various meetings for the association.

Gilles Delesque, Assistant Head Concierge

With more than 20 years of experience in the hotel industry, Gilles joined the team in 2008. A native French speaker, he is also fluent in Czech.

Younger fans

We know that travelling with children requires a little more thought and at Mandarin Oriental, Prague, we aim to make you and your family as comfortable as possible.

In-room amenities

We want to make our Younger Fans feel at home and on arrival we present children with a personalised welcome card and a special welcome gift. In addition, we provide complimentary crayons and colouring books, age-appropriate toiletries, bathrobes and towels. On request, we can also arrange complimentary cribs and beds, feeding bottles, bottle warmers, water thermometers and buggies.


Babysitting services can be arranged through our Concierge. Please allow 24 hours advanced notice if possible.

Children's menus

We have created special menus for our Younger Fans, available in our restaurant and through room service.

Family fun in Prague

Prague’s magical spires and cobbled streets will entrance any child whose imagination has been captured by fairytales. Our concierge will be delighted to offer recommendations for family-friendly things to do and see in our wonderful city.


  • The monastery building features seven centuries’ worth of architecture—from Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque and modern.
  • World-class holistic Spa set in the unique ambience of a former Renaissance chapel.
  • Spices Restaurant and Bar offers authentic Asian fare and original cocktails served in an eclectic atmosphere which combines original historical architecture with a modern design.
  • A relaxing Lounge for all day dining is also available for hotel guests and is extended with a peaceful outdoor terrace.
  • Vaulted wine cellar beneath the restaurant with medieval well.
  • Private terrace in the Presidential Penthouse Suite has panoramic views of Prague Castle and Petrin Hill.
  • Stunning historical ballroom and adjoining lounge features a former Baroque cloister with 6.5 metre ceiling and Baroque columns.

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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.

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