The Mandarin Oriental – Prague

Prague, Czech Republic

Features

  • Day Spa
  • Family Friendly
  • Fine Dining

Spa

  • Hydrotherapy
  • Thermal Facilities

To Do

  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
  • Yoga

A short walk from Charles Bridge and within easy reach of the banks of the Vltava river and Kampa Museum of Modern Art, The Mandarin Oriental is both a five-star luxury hotel and a wonderfully preserved piece of history.

It is set in a beautiful walled, cobbled courtyard and housed in a 14th century monastery building and chapel with surrounding private gardens.

The Spa

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is housed in a beautiful old chapel building. A tranquil atmosphere with a serene contemporary Asian decor, facilities include: two lantern-lit relaxation areas with day beds, three candlelit single treatment rooms and two couples rooms.

The beautiful thermal and hydrotherapy areas are the hub of the spa. There’s also a well-equipped, 24 hour gym with personal training available.

Spa Facilities

  • 2 lantern-lit relaxation areas
  • 3 treatment rooms and 2 couples rooms
  • Steam, sauna and hydra-vitality pool
  • Well-equipped, 24 hour gym with personal training available
  • Yoga classes
  • In-room treatments available

Spa Products

To Stay

Offering an enticing blend of historic character and contemporary design, all of the 99 rooms and suites exude a sense of elegant style. A modern retreat with a centuries-old past, we are ideally located for exploring all of the sights.

To Eat

Spices Restaurant offers an Asian menu with a good selection of meat, fish and vegetarian cuisine and a great selection of Czech wine. In-room dining is also available.


Getting There

Nebovidská 459/1, Malá Strana, Prague 1, 118 00, Czech Republic

+420 233 088 888

EasyJet flies to Prague from London Gatwick, Bristol, Edinburgh, Stansted and Manchester.

Lisa BrownBy Lisa Brown

A short walk from Charles Bridge and within easy reach of the banks of the Vltava river and Kampa Museum of Modern Art, The Mandarin Oriental is both a five-star luxury hotel and a wonderfully preserved piece of history.

It is set in a beautiful walled, cobbled courtyard and housed in a 14th century monastery building and chapel with surrounding private gardens.

The Spa

The Spa at Mandarin Oriental is a short stroll across the hotel’s courtyard and housed in a beautiful old chapel building. A tranquil atmosphere with a serene contemporary Asian decor, facilities include: two lantern-lit relaxation areas with day beds, three candlelit single treatment rooms and two couples rooms.

The beautiful thermal and hydrotherapy areas are the hub of the spa. There’s also a well-equipped, 24 hour gym with personal training available.

The Treatment

Oriental Essence: My treatment began with a health consultation followed by choice of Aromatherapy Associates oils. The oil you choose is the one your body needs at that time. A deep aroma inhalation and chime of a Tibetan bell to calm the senses is followed by a stretch of limbs and a kneading back massage to work away tension. The treatment ended with a pressure point face, neck and head massage.

Other Treatments

The Age Repair Facial, uses the anti-inflammatory properties of rosehip and pomegranate to combat puffiness and inca inchi and larch extract to help promote collagen.

To Stay

Our Deluxe Garden Room overlooked the pretty courtyard garden. Facilities include: A bedroom with king size bed and a small seating area, marble bathroom with a walk-in monsoon shower and good supply of Aromatherapy Associates products. There’s also a tub complete with a tv to watch whilst you soak. Fresh fruit and handmade chocolates on arrival were a nice touch.

Top tip: Opt for one of the ground floor garden rooms with a private terrace.

Don’t Miss

  • A trip to the Museum Kampa and a stroll along the Vlatva river.
  • St Wenceslas Christmas Market at Christmas time.