The Top 7 Hotels in Prague According to the Newest Forbes Travel

Four Seasons Prague

After a forced pandemic break, Prague is finally coming back to life and is once again filling with crowds of tourists. With the many visitors, the question of where to stay arises.

Forbes has just released its next Travel Guide which features the best hotels, restaurants and spas on the planet in its five-star luxury category. There is also a recommended segment with four-star alternatives.

Prague itself has seven hotels mentioned in the Travel Guide. This attests to Prague’s beauty and the strength of the companies themselves.

The last remark is that the newly opened five-star Andaz on Senovážné náměstí and the planned Europe and Fairmont hotels may be added o the list in the future as the luxury hotel segment in the Czech capital is currently expanding. So where should you spend the night if you want the best of the best?

Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa

The ingenious location in the heart of Lesser Town is just the beginning. In fact, it is difficult to highlight what is the best here, so we have the help of American Forbes with the evaluation. American Forbes appreciates the pool, spa, restaurant and the fact that “you will come across who history of the place on every corner.”

They also added a bit of romance: “This magnificent Baroque hotel, hidden between Prague Castle and Petřin Hill, the atmosphere of a district of palaces, gardens and monasteries, is permeated by the spirit of Casanova, who spent his last years in the Czech lands.”

Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa


This pearl of a hotel is located in Malá Strana. Augustine has had a new boss since the end of March. The current CEO is the Austrian Maria Egger and she has been replaced by Gabriela Dítětová after more than six years. Her ambitions are clear as she stated, “I will strive to make Augustine the first choice for all who come to visit Prague.”

“The local garden fully meets the definition of a hidden pearl and remains a secret for most visitors, which makes it a possibility of a quiet escape from the crowds of tourists,” adds Forbes Travel Guide.

augustine hotel prague

BoHo Hotel

Located across the Vltava to another beautiful part of Prague, this hotel lies a hundred meters from the Powder Tower. “As much as it’s a restored 19th-century factory building, all you have to do is step inside and it’s all about modern design elements,” inspectors said. “But the biggest advantage is the location.”

This cannot be disputed, you really don’t even need a taxi from BoHo—there is plenty and plenty within walking distance. If someone doesn’t want to go out, just stay in and relax at the hotel bar. Or take advantage of an issue that the Travel Guide appreciates as one of the highlights: “If you’re looking for an escape and peace, head to the hotel library with a luxurious sofa.”

BoHo Hotel prague

Buddha-bar Hotel

Another pearl located just a few steps from Old Town Square. Boutique luxury with a touch of Asia offers everything you need for discerning travelers and much more, such as a welcome drink called the White Lotus, with which the authors of the guide expressed their full satisfaction.

Dreaminess, colors, and atmosphere makes the Buddha-Bar Hotel unique. “Add to that a great location, handy technological gadgets in the rooms, a seductive restaurant and a spa,” adds the Forbes Travel Guide.

Buddha-bar Hotel

Four Seasons Prague

Prague is beautiful during all four seasons and this company keeps up with it. The magic of the hundred-towered city is so powerful that the imagery competition for the most perfect hotel view has many favorites, but the Four Seasons cannot be missed in such a selection. In addition, another great mission has now begun on the Vltava.

The new chef Marco Veneruso has the ambition to get a Michelin star for the hotel’s Cotto Crudo restaurant, which would complete the circle. Forbes Travel Guide calls the Italian delicacies “opulent”.

Four Seasons Prague

Mandarin Oriental Prague

Which Prague is prettier, the historical one or the modern one? If you are in between and would like to answer that both are beautiful, this hotel seems like the right choice. The guide calls it a “luxurious escape” and adds, “housed in a former 14th-century Dominican convent, this hotel is an architectural delicacy.”

Delicacies are of course also served at the hotel restaurant, which smells and tastes Asian. The success of the concept is evidenced by the fact that in the Forbes Travel Guide you will find representatives of the Mandarin Oriental brand as early as 26—from New York to Marrakesh, Dubai, and China to Bangkok. And Prague must not be missed.

NH Collection Prague Carlo IV

While many focus on the best view, what about the most beautiful building? The guide authors state that “even in a city so rich in magnificent buildings, this one excels.” The building was established in 1890 for the Hypoteční banka Království českého, but today guests who do not have to worry about mortgages are heading here.

Among other things, the authors highlight the local spa. “Currently, it is one of the most luxurious hotels in Prague,” they conclude.

NH Collection Prague Carlo IV

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