Wondering how to spend two perfect days in Prague? Well, you’ve come to the right place because I’ve put together this post about the most luxurious stay in Prague at Four Seasons Prague which will for sure be one of your best experiences you’ve ever had!
Prague in the Czech Republic is actually one of the most beautiful and popular cities in Europe. If you haven’t made it to Prague yet, be sure to write this city down on your Bucket List! In addition to the beautiful sights and photography locations you might already know from Social Media, Prague is filled with centuries old history and you can’t fail to fall for its bohemian charm.
How to spend 2 days in Prague
To clarify, 2 days in Prague are just enough to realize that you want more time in the city that’s known as the heart of Europe. However, most people tend to stay for two days and I think that it’s perfectly fine in order to explore the city and get to know the Bohemian culture a little. Of course, you won’t be able to explore the whole city in two days but after all this isn’t the point as well.
Best time to visit Prague
Most cities in Europe tend to have their high season during summer, but for Prague it’s generally fall and winter. That’s definitely due to their famous and beautiful Christmas markets that never fail to amaze me.
Instead of visiting for Christmas, I obviously decided to visit Prague in summer. Hence, I cannot recommend any of the Christmas markets, but I can definitely recommend Prague during summertime. Firstly, it’s much less crowded and you will have the chance to walk through the city without having to squeeze you through the streets. Secondly, you will get to see some amazing sunsets and have the chance to enjoy all the great restaurants that are usually only available in summer!
How to get to Prague
We traveled to Prague by car which was only a six hour drive, but Prague also as an international airport that is 14 km from the city centre. In addition, there are several train connections that run between Prague and other major European cities.
Getting around in Prague
The best way to explore Prague is on foot or by using public transportation. During our 2-day stay, we haven’t used buses or trains and simply walked to the destinations we wanted to see. That’s also a huge plus if you like to explore lesser known spots off the beaten path. For example, we stumbled upon some of the most beautiful places while on our way to another!
Best things to do in Prague
- Watch the sunrise at Charles Bridge
- Wander through Prague’s Old Town
- Be impressed by the Prague Astronomical Clock
- Go for a walk at Vltava river
- Enjoy a breakfast with the most beautiful views over Prague
- Have drinks and watch the sunset from the Four Seasons Prague Terrace
The most luxurious stay in Prague at Four Seasons Hotel
Four Seasons Prague ranks among the best luxury hotels in Prague and is located in the heart of the city right next to the Charles Bridge. In contrast to other hotels, Four Seasons always integrates local architecture and design and they succeeded wonderfully in Prague too.
As soon as you step into the bright, bohemian designed lobby, you immediately feel welcome and realize that you are in Prague. The bohemian style is continued in the rooms and suites and combined with modern elements. For example, the River View Suite offers complete luxury in light blue and cream tones while in the middle of the bedroom you will find a bed surrounded by black poles. And with 161 rooms and 20 suites there should be something for every taste.
Our stay at Four Seasons Prague
As previously mentioned, we decided to stay in Prague for two days only. We honestly wished for more time and didn’t want to leave at all, because the Four Seasons Prague honestly is the best place to stay when visiting Europe’s heart.
“Prague feels magical” is what people normally tell you about Czech Republic’s capital city. Whether it’s the view from the rooftop terrace or the experiences in the hotel itself, the Four Seasons Prague mirrors the city perfectly. Consequently, this makes the Four Seasons a very unique place to stay.
The buildings itself is full of history and and as soon as you set foot in the building, you can literally see and feel the history and the passion that the hotel staff has for it. Subsequently, the overall design of the hotel is super unique and unites Bohemian, Slavic and modern elements.
Rooms at Four Seasons Prague
The luxury hotel in Prague has 161 rooms and 20 suites that are regularly renovated in order to be able to maintain the 5* classification and to be able to offer the guests the best possible accommodation. At Four Seasons Prague, every detail has been carefully thought out and I love that no room is like the other.
The hotel has five different room categories and eight different suites, the largest measuring almost 400 m2. Some of the suites have a wonderful view over Prague. These include the River View Suite, the Duplex Suite with Vltava River View, the Charles Bridge Presidental Suite and the Prague Castle Presidential Suite. However, all rooms and suites are luxurious, comfortable and spacious. The smallest room, for example, already has 33 m2.
River View Suite
During our stay, we had the pleasure to stay in one of the property’s River View Suites that came with an awesome view over the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle. In addition to the breathtaking view, we were absolutely overwhelmed by the spacious, luxurious and beautiful designed room.
When you first enter the suite, you find yourself in a small hallow. From there it goes left to the first bathroom or straight ahead to either the bedroom or living area. You can enter the main bathroom through the bedroom then. Moreover, the suite has three closets so that really everything can be stowed away.
Restaurants and Bars at Four Seasons Prague
Breakfast takes place either in your own room or in Café Crudo. Here you have the choice between different breakfast packages. For instance, you could choose between a Continental or an American breakfast. If you want, you can also choose a healthy breakfast package or put together your own breakfast à la carte.
Four Seasons Prague has one restaurant, two pop-up restaurants, a gallery for pre-dinner drinks or snacks and a bar. Each and everyone of them is known for exquisite cuisine, traditional dishes and live cooking:
- CottoCrudo Restaurant offers traditional Italian cuisine complemented by a live crudo bar. At the bar, the chefs will prepare fresh food right in front of you
- Miru Pop-Up Restaurant serves finest Japanese-fusion cuisine created by Executive Chef Leonardo Di Clemente. Plus, the dinner takes place at the rooftop terrace! This means that you will enjoy delicious Japanese food against the backdrop of dreamlike sunsets.
- Piazetta Pop-Up Restaurant makes you feel like you are in Italy. No matter whether it is an aperitif before dinner or a dinner with a view of the sparkling city, the Piazetta takes you straight to Italy with its ambience and good food.
- CottoCrudo Bar is the perfect place to enjoy after-dinner drinks. With an extensive wine menu and a selection of classic and signature cocktails, the bar is an ideal spot to meet for drinks.
- The Gallery serves pre-dinner drinks and is a place where you can meet clients for coffee and snacks.
We had dinner at the Piazetta Pop-Up Restaurant twice and can only recommend it! The restaurant is also open to non-guests and will surely inspire you if you like good Italian food and a unique ambience. We found it particularly great that the menu was kept very small and typically Italian. In addition to the music and the great decorations, you really have the feeling of being in Italy.
Spa, Wellness & Fitness Four Seasons Prague
The hotel’s spa area AVA Spa was just recently opened and is an oasis of well-being for women and men. As soon as you step through the elevator into the spa area, you will be warmly welcomed. At the beginning we were shown and explained the spa area in detail.
Sauna & Steam Bath
It is important that the saunas are located behind the respective changing rooms and can therefore be used separately. At first this seemed strange, but we were told that this is done more often in the Czech Republic. When you consider that for some spa treatments it is certainly an advantage if you briefly visit the sauna or steam bath beforehand and probably not everyone feels comfortable going to a mixed sauna alone, this makes perfect sense.
In addition to the sauna and steam bath, the AVA Spa also has a wonderful indoor pool. This may seem inconspicuous at first glance, but it has various massage jets that contribute to relaxation. Take a seat on the water lounger and relax with light pressure? No problem. Standing calf and back massage? Also available. In addition to these two options, there are other massage jets attached to the walls.
The heart of the spa, however, are the various treatments that we can only heartily recommend. In the AVA Spa you can choose between relaxing massages, signature rituals, facial treatments, body treatments or manicure and pedicure. Prior to your treatment you have to fill out a piece of paper with any additional wishes or preferences. You will be asked how strong the pressure of your massage should be or whether you have injuries or pain.
I personally had one of their aromatherapy full body massages and felt like I was reborn afterwards! The treatment itself was incredibly relaxing, although I usually can’t really switch off. The combination of scent, music and the skills of the masseuse was just a dream! During the massage, she noticed that my shoulders were tense and paid more attention to them. After my treatment, she gave me additional tips on how I could also relieve the tension at home so that I have less pain. Shouldn’t a good, relaxing massage look exactly like this?
For everyone who wants to exercise after a day full of appointments or exploring Prague, the fitness area is open from 6am to 9pm. Regardless of whether you prefer cardio units or weight lifting. You will find treadmills, steppers and even a PowerMill right next to dumbbells as well as cable pulls.
If you don’t know what a PowerMill is, you should definitely give it a try after your next leg day. On the PowerMill you can climb stairs continuously and adjust the speed to your individual level. In addition to the positive effect of cardio training, you have the additional benefit that your leg muscles are again really stressed.
To sum up: The fitness area is like building a gym right in the hotel. All devices are also of the latest and highest standard. Watching Netflix while setting your newest record on the treadmill? No problem!
A weekend in Prague is perfect for anyone looking for a little break from everyday life. The heart of Europe is a place you should at least visit once and the Four Seasons Prague will make your stay perfect.
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