Charles Bridge, Prague
One of Europe’s most enchanting and best-preserved cities, Prague (Praha), is equal in beauty and arguably richer in history than its western neighbors. With its romantic riverside locale, its captivating bridges, and a magical skyline pierced with medieval facades, this thriving capital appears to have been ripped straight from the pages of our favorite fairy tales. While walking through the city’s 1,000-year-established Old Town Square, you would sooner expect to see a prince galloping in on his white horse than observing the bustling movement of millennial tourists ogling the impressive backdrop.
Old Town Square, Prague
Prague Castle, the city’s most mystical landmark, hauntingly looms from a hilltop across the Charles Bridge. The current site of the country’s government, this royal monument still preserves the fabled allure of past centuries.
Wander and discover the historic quarters, winding stone streets, charming cafes and decadent fare of picturesque Praha for an awe-inspiring trip.
View of Stare Mesto from Charles Bridge
Start your magical excursion with a welcoming stay at the Emblem Hotel Prague. A boutique gem in the heart of the city, the Emblem Hotel is truly a can’t-miss destination that perfectly fuses bohemian aesthetic with modern high-tech amenities. On a quaint yet ideal street in Prague’s Stare Mesto quarter, a block from Old Town Square, the Emblem is a 59-room boutique hotel in a pre-war building that blends original period elements with modernist details. Designed to embrace traditional artists salons, the communal lounges evoke reflection, networking and mingling for locals and travellers alike. The Emblem was forged from various influences to become a haven for freethinking, a nod to the history of Prague.
The Emblem Hotel
Choosing the Art Deco movement for inspiration, the design team envisioned a hotel that was an ode to the origin of the property while maintaining modern touches and the best in comfort and boutique luxury. The guestrooms are decorated with Italian leather banquette walls, restored stone surfaces and furniture fashioned from unique wood grain. While windows open onto views of the historic Old Town of cobblestones and ornate gables. Head up to the hotel’s rooftop terrace for peaceful morning yoga or to take in the breathtaking views of Old Town Prague.
The Emblem Hotel
The M Spa at the Emblem Hotel is a haven of tranquility with a holistic spa, fitness and wellness center focused on the individual needs of hotel guests. The space becomes your own personal space as the spa maintains a quiet, calm and relaxed environment. The spa provides personalized consultations and treatments that focus on taking care of and preventing problems with a thorough body and skincare evaluation. Locals and travellers alike line up for the indulging treatments of the Emblem Hotel where you can be spoiled from head to toe.
The Emblem Hotel M Spa
Make your Prague trip an everlasting memory at the Emblem Hotel.
Platnéská 19 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic
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View from a Emblem Hotel guestroom
For more adventures in this enchanting city, check out our short and sweet travel guide below for the best the city has to offer.
The Magic of Prague
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Platnéská 13 | Staré Mesto | Italian
Dlouhá 33 |Staré Mesto | Czech
Dlouhá 12 |Staré Mesto | French
Old Town Square
Sights to See
Pražský hrad, or just hrad to Czechs – is Prague’s most prominent sight. Looming above the left bank of the Vltava River its enthralling spires, towers and palaces overwhelm the city like a storybook fortress. Within its walls lies an intriguing collection of museums and galleries housing the countries greatest cultural treasures.
Strolling across the Charles Bridge is a must when visiting Prague. Not only is it the best way to wander to Prague Castle, it is truly one of the city’s most prized attractions.
Old Town Square
With parts of its foundation standing intact since the turn of the first millennium, Old Town Square has served as Prague’s main marketplace for over 1000 years. The square is home the city’s most popular sights, including the famous Astronomical Clock. Cobblestoned streets and a mismatch of color buildings radiate from the square in all directions.