Hotel Mandarin Oriental


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Gracious and hip, the Mandarin has won raves since its 2006 opening for its fabulously textured and draped rooms and for the Asian cuisine served at its restaurant, Essensia. Ensconced in a former 14th-century monastery right next to the Czech Museum of Music, the hotel stands discreetly on a little-trafficked lane that's just a ten-minute walk from the Charles Bridge. In mild weather, thick walls protect the designer terrace amid blooming lavender; inside, the Barego bar is a smart hangout for Prague's arty and media types. Other facilities include a first-class gym and spa.

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Hotel Mandarin Oriental details

Nebovidská 1,
Prague 1

Area Prague

Transport Metro Malostranská/tram 6, 9, 12, 20, 22 .

Telephone 233 088 888

Hotel Mandarin Oriental website

Rates 7,900-19,280 K± double.

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By Jason from Prague - Sep 4 2014

Essensia recently got a kicking by critics but Barego has established itself as one of the premier Cocktail bars in the city. The Spa is the biggest in the city with a range of treatments (expensive) and three dedicated top-of-the-range treatment suites including for couples. Inside tip courtesy of