28 Nov '13, 10pm

Happily ever after at the Four Seasons Prague

Happily ever after at the Four Seasons Prague

is composed of three unique buildings dating from Neo-Renaissance, Neo-Classical and Baroque periods, along with a recent addition that helps blend them seamlessly, reflecting the character and elegance of this historic location. Vibrant décor, superb art, and a wealth of floral arrangements in both public areas and bedrooms add stylish cohesion to the architecturally diverse spaces, while delicately balancing ancient with modern. Still, the hotel feels quite intimate, more boutique-like than its grand sister properties in London and New York—but that’s only fitting in Prague. Here, narrow cobblestone streets carve a serpentine path on both sides of the river. The most imposing man-made structure is the Charles Bridge that connects them, visible in stunning detail from the hotel grounds and the riverside rooms. It’s a glorious picture-postcard view, and one can easily beco...

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