Four Seasons Hotel Prague
It really doesn’t get much better. You can see the Vltava, Prague Castle and Charles Bridge from one side of the hotel, and the Jewish Quarter and Old Town Square from the other. The Rudolfinum, home to the Czech Philharmonic, is 100 meters from the hotel.
The 157 rooms vary in size and style but all are generously sized. There are large plasma televisions with DVD players, and working desks. All rooms also include minibars, safes, telephones and newspapers, and the spacious marble bathrooms with fluffy terry bathrobes, make-up mirrors and Aqua di Parma and Lorenzo Villoresi bath amenities.
The funky Cotto Crudo restaurant is one of the best Italians, if not best restaurant in the city. Its Mediterranean and Italian dishes can be enjoyed raw at the Crudo Bar or you can order homemade pasta, fresh seafood dishes and artisan products from the main menu. Tasting menus with wine pairings are also possible, and the adjacent bar is also stylish enough to draw non-guests in.