Hotel Savoy, Prague
The 'City of a Thousand Spires', Prague has an incredible architectural heritage that stretches back 600 years. Prague is also a music lover's paradise - opera and classical music are integral to the Czech experience, so seek out impromptu concerts in the squares or listen to opera at a concert hall. Or you could just find a typically Bohemian bar and enjoy a nightcap or two before you say goodnight to this beautiful city. And then wander along the ancient Charles Bridge and take your pick of a number of fine restaurants and bars.
For sheer style and 5-star quality, nothing in Prague beats the Hotel Savoy. Elegant decor, reminiscent of a bygone age of imperial grandeur, is combined at the Savoy with a high standard of personal service.
For sheer style and 5-star quality, with more than a touch of luxury, the Hotel Savoy located in the heart of the city, close to Prague Castle, is the best address in Prague. Built in 1884 in Art Nouveau style, this deluxe boutique hotel was completely renovated in 1994. Elegant decor, reminiscent of a bygone age of Imperial grandeur, is combined with a high standard of personal service and attention to every detail. This elusive combination has earned the hotel a reputation of which it is justifiably proud. Add to this the ideal location near the Castle and you have all the ingredients for a perfect Prague city break.
The Hotel Savoy is now one of the best small hotels in Europe, as befits a five-star member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World. Once through the entrance of the hotel's elegant 19th century Art Nouveau facade, all is luxury and exclusivity.
The hill-top Hradshin district, which includes the stunning Prague Castle and Strahov Monastery, is the most visited part of Prague. The Hotel Savoy is just around the corner from the castle. A few minutes down the hill there's Little Town, a charming area of intricate lanes. Then comes the famous Charles Bridge and, over the river, the Old Town and the Jewish Quarter, both about a 15 minute walk from the Hotel Savoy.
All 55 timeless elegant Executive Rooms and Deluxe Rooms, and the 6 Deluxe Suites are exquisitely furnished with tastefully coordinated décor. Every possible convenience that the modern traveller may seek has been provided, including 2 direct-dial telephones, air-conditioning, sound-proof windows, satellite TV, pay movies, VCR, fax machine with PC connection, and a radio with alarm clock. In addition, each has a document safe, smoke detectors and sprinklers. The large marble bathrooms have separate toilet, separate shower and bath, and are equipped with a hairdryer, cosmetic bar, and bathrobes.
The romantic Savoy Suite and the Grand Presidential Suite feature large terraces ideal for cocktail receptions and parties.
The award-winning Restaurant Hradcany has distinguished itself among Prague's gourmets as a leader in innovative and exciting cuisine. When the weather is perfect, the glass cupola glides open, and the windows silently sink into the floor, instantly transforming the restaurant into a light and airy garden restaurant.
The Lobby Bar is a great place to relax, and is a traditional meeting spot for prominent artists, and Prague's cultural elite.
And in case you are feeling too reluctant to leave behind the luxury of your room, the 24-hour room service will cater to all your needs.
After a busy day in the city, visit the hotel's relaxation centre, and take advantage of the whirlpool, sauna, massage service, steam bath, fitness room, and health drinks.
Drinks in the mini-bar, newspapers, and breakfast are complimentary services of the Hotel Savoy.
Hotel amenities include babysitting and childcare, barber/beauty shop, business centre, concierge, handicapped facilities, swimming pool, and laundry/valet services.