With the Christmas season in full swing, my sister and I decided to visit Prague, Czech Republic earlier this month. A trip anticipated to be filled with mulled wine, freshly baked sweets, sausages and a lot of beer, we couldn’t wait to run a muck throughout the city.
After staying at the amazing Corinthia Hotel Lisbon, Portugal, earlier this year, I wasn’t going to pass down the opportunity to try out the groups location in Prague, the Hotel Corinthia Prague.
Boasting more than 530 bedrooms, 22 meeting rooms, Corinthia Hotel Prague stands at the crown of one of Prague’s seven hills and offers breathtaking panoramic views across the city. There is extensive executive accommodation with adjacent business lounges and spacious meeting facilities, making this a great backdrop for corporate events.
Located directly in front of Vyšehrad metro station, we had direct access to the city centre within just a couple of minutes. Usually, when traveling to small European cities, I love staying within the city centre, but with so many tourists in Prague during Christmas, it was incredible staying a little further away from all the noise and chaos.
Similar to the Lisbon property, this hotel location offered a number of different rooms. Rooms that would suit any occasion from business and leisure to family and friends. We were lucky enough to be slotted into the Deluxe Room overlooking the picturesque city that promised a gorgeous sunrise each and every morning!
The hotel’s impeccable hotel service is also complemented by superb amenities including a beauty parlour, hairdressing salon, gift shop, café, bar, an array of restaurants such as award-winning Rick- shaw Restaurant, The Grill Restaurant, Café Praha and premier jazz bar Blue Note.
Top floor Apollo Day Spa with modern- equipped gym, indoor swimming-pool with panoramic city views, sauna, steam room, solarium, massage and beauty parlour.
If you have an hour to spare on your trip, I highly recommend you try out the Apollo Day Spa. You can finally say goodbye to all your back and neck pains, as well as all the stress that was building up over the festive season.
So do yourself a favour, if you are planning a trip to Prague in the future, especially during the Christmas season, be sure to stay at the Corinthia Hotel Prague.