Four Seasons Hotel Prague

Four Seasons PragueWith an eclectic blend of architectural styles, Four Seasons Hotel Prague opens the door to a vibrant and unexpected experience that mirrors the city itself.The spirited and caring team, together with the hotel’s unrivalled location, allow you to discover the unique and magical charm of Prague.

Overlooking Charles Bridge and Prague Castle on the banks of the Vltava amidst the storybook streetscapes of the historic Stare Mesto is the Four Seasons Hotel Prague. Close to Prague’s business district and principal attractions, including stately riverside promenades, breathtaking architecture, café-lined squares alive with music and culture, and countless churches, concert halls and museums.

Four Seasons Hotel Prague is an ideal base for your pre- or post-river cruise stay in Prague.

Vision Travel Virtuoso Amenities at the Four Seasons Hotel Prague:

Upgrade on arrival to next higher room category, subject to availability (excludes Premier and Presidential Suite)
Daily Continental breakfast for up to two in-room guests, served in the restaurant
$100 USD equivalent Food & Beverage credit to be utilized during stay (not combinable, not valid on room rate, no cash value if not redeemed in full)

My Four Seasons Hotel Prague Walking Tour

Four Seasons Hotel Prague commemorates the heritage of Charles IV with a walking tour that will give you a closer, more detailed look at the influence of his on the city. Their concierge will arrange the tour for you, customising it based on your interests.

Highlights Include:


Charles IV lived here upon his return from France in 1333. At that time, Prague was uninhabitable and deserted. The house was owned by his father, Jan of Luxembourg.

Charles Bridge Parague


A UNESCO World Heritage site, Prague Castle consists of a large-scale composition of palaces and ecclesiastical buildings of various architectural styles, from the remains of Romanesque-style buildings from the 10th century through Gothic modifications of the 14th century requested by Charles IV.


To some, St. Vitus Cathedral is the highlight of Prague Castle. While the Prague Castle complex houses many buildings, St. Vitus is the one that dominates the skyline wherever one is in the city. Vitus Cathedral is a Gothic masterpiece, and the spiritual symbol of the Czech state. The cathedral was commissioned by Charles IV, and construction began in 1344 on the site of an earlier 10th century rotunda. In addition to being the largest and most important temple in Prague, St. Vitus Cathedral has also overseen the coronation of Czech kings and queens.


Czech crown jewels include the Crown of Saint Wenceslas, the royal orb and scepter, the coronation vestments of the Kings of Bohemia, the gold reliquary cross and St. Wenceslas’ sword. They were originally held in Prague and Karlstejn Castle. Since 1791 they have been stored in St. Vitus Cathedral at Prague Castle. The crown was made for the coronation of Charles IV in 1347, making it the fourth oldest in Europe.