Readers of The Tastemaker will be familiar with our preference for staying in the Four Seasons hotels.

But why the Four Seasons in particular?


It is the absolute rule of thumb for every Four Seasons Hotel that the level of service is second to none. The Four Seasons Prague is not only an exception to the rule, but the embodiment of it.

We had just got out of the car after a long drive from the Bohemia region in the North when, having just put both feet on the ground, a member of staff promptly accompanied us to the lobby, divesting us of all our baggage with the biggest of smiles – and a genuine one – that he could muster.

This geniality and joviality was repeated at the reception desk and in fact, throughout the entirety of our stay. Every member of staff knew our names and addressed us as such – on every occasion.


Beyond the service factor – which makes or breaks a hotel – the Four Seasons Prague is exceptionally beautiful.

The hotel is comprised of three historical buildings of the Neo-Renaissance neoclassical and baroque periods.

The interiors are stylishly decoarated with Cezch crystal chandeliers gracing the corridors and bedrooms.


The spa, although small, is a powerhouse for all that is healthy. The pool features every kind of addition: from an awesome anti-current jet to massage sections – it’s all there against a backdrop of brick and smooth lighting.


Breakfast is all encompassing – anything you want is available and if not, state your demand and it will be fulfilled. From tumultuous fresh berries to myriad cold selections, the buffet style breakfast would satisfy even the pickiest of feasters.

Last but not least, the location is superb. In walking distance of the old castles and almost at the center of the old city, it is just a stone’s throw away from all of the local and tourist attranctions that Prague city has to offer.

Address: Veleslavínova 1098/2a, Staré Město, 110 00 Praha 1 – Staré Město-Praha 1, Czechia


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