Kongresova I,
14069 Czech Republic

Neighbourhood: Prague 04

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Corinthia Hotel Prague beckons with unrivalled panoramic views of this magical city. Located just minutes from some of the city’s main cultural and business highlights, including the Vysehrad Park, Wenceslav Square and the Pankrac Business District, Corinthia Prague is the ideal destination for business and leisure travellers alike. 

The rooms are beautifully decorated in soft, natural tones, designed for unrivalled relaxation and offer exceptional comfort and tranquillity to every guest. Furnished with state-of-the- art Corinthia Dream Beds, Prague View rooms and Suites are all over the 24 floors, an impressive sweeping vista of this historic city with its beautiful skyline and world-renowned architecture. 

Three choices of restaurants are available for dinning, offering international cuisine, or Far Eastern cuisine, or impressive live cooking complementing international flavours as well as a charcoal grill. Recover from the stresses of the day in the peaceful tranquillity of the Apollo Day Spa. Visit our well-equipped gym, enjoy a leisurely dip in the well-appointed indoor pool and unwind in an oasis of calm.  Choose from among our wide range of luxury therapies and beauty treatments to complete your Spa experience. 

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The Corinthia Hotel Prague is two stops away by metro to the city centre. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city centre boasts incredible museums and stunning medieval, baroque and renaissance architecture. The stunning Charles Bridge, with its ever-changing crop of street artists and buskers, together with shopping haven Wenceslas Square. 

If it’s the genius of Mozart that has drawn you to this city, try to catch a performance of Don Giovanni at the exquisite 18th-century Estates Theatre; the auditorium for which it was originally commissioned and where it’s usually to be found in repertory. While the Old Town, Lesser Town and New Town - built between the 11th and 18th centuries – have enough stunning buildings, varied architectural styles and picturesque squares to make Prague an outdoor museum in its own right, there are numerous official sites well worth visiting. A must to visit the Hradčany Castle, which hosts the Museum of Military History, plus toy and art museums, is the largest ancient castle in the world, while both the Royal Palace and St Vitus Cathedral are packed with treasures from the Bohemian era. The vast National Museum, sited on Wenceslas Square, hosts millions of items from all branches of natural science. Old Town Hall and City Gallery Prague Housed in the beautiful fourteenth-century. 

Republic Square and Wenceslas Square offer well-known international brand names and indigenous department store shopping, while authentic artefacts from the Communist era - Russian army surplus hats, knives and badges et al – are on sale at Lesser Town (Mala Strana) and Old Town Square. Around the Old Town Square and in the Lesser Town small stores sell art, crystal and tourist souvenirs. Pařížská street has luxury international boutique shops. Throughout the city, world-famous Bohemian crystal jostles with hand-made wooden puppets, hand-painted eggs and all manner of handicrafts and folk art. The historic centre is compact and pedestrian-only, but trams offer an inexpensive way of seeing the rest of the city and there is no shortage of downtown metro stations.