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Hidden below Spices Restaurant, you will find a spectacular wine cellar and private dining room. Able to accommodate for up to 20 guests, it is the ideal place for wine tastings, celebration dinners or a romantic proposal.

Why we like it

  • Luxury hotel built on the site of a former 14th century monastery
  • Located in the quiet streets of Mala Strana, close to Prague Castle, the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square
  • Historic character and contemporary design
  • Outdoor terrace for al fresco dining
  • Home to the world's only spa located in former Rennaissance chapel

About Mandarin Oriental Prague

Perched on the bank of the Vltava River, Mandarin Oriental Prague is a beautiful historic hotel hidden in the heart of the Czech capital. Located on one of the city's prettiest streets, Malá Strana, it is within walking distance of many of the main attractions, including the Old Town Square and Prague Castle. Having been built on the site of a former 14th century monastery, the Mandarin Oriental's interiors have spared the original period features and complemented them with contemporary design pieces. 79 rooms are spread across the Baroque, Renaissance and Spa Wing with each enjoying its own individual design as well as added luxury features such as goose down bedding, heated towel rails and interactive entertainment systems. Of the 20 elegant suites, our favourite has to be the Ludwig Moser Crystal Suite;located in the Baroque wing, it features crystal accessories and decorations designed by Moser - the Czech Republic's premier crystal manufacturer – as well as tall ceilings, a spacious living room, stone-clad bathroom and one of the largest grand corner bedrooms in the hotel. Views from both rooms and suites can overlook the castle, monastery gardens or city.

In the sophisticated setting of Spices Restaurant and Bar, you can enjoy a taste of the east with dishes such as Malaysian Jackfruit curry, Shumai steamed dumplings and freshwater catfish glazed in ginger. Alternatively, the lounge and terrace is perfect for light lunches, classic cocktails and al fresco dining. Spread over two floors, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Prague offers three treatment rooms, spa suite with vitality pool, relaxing tea lounge and fitness centre with two saunas.