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Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa in Prague, Czech Republic
Combine gracious hospitality with a 16th-century Baroque landmark and you have the beautiful Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa. Just steps from the fabled Charles Bridge, this intimate retreat reflects the nobility of historic Prague. From the Imperial Suite with its view of Prague Castle to the Presidential Suite in the historic wing, each accommodation is a romantic sanctuary. Savor Mediterranean cuisine at Aquarius Restaurant, and enjoy a morning espresso or evening nightcap at the Casanova-inspired Barocco Vaneziano Café.
To prepare for your day's excursion, indulge in a treatment at the Ecsotica Spa, whose healthy offerings also include a sushi bar. Thoroughly relaxed, you can set off to explore the Old Town, take a boat ride along the Vltava River or day trip to the Bohemian town of Trebon. Beer halls, Renaissance architecture,golf, wineries and a magnificent castle complex - whatever you are in the mood for, you will find it in Prague and its picturesque surrounding countryside.
Location of Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
Nearest Airport: PRG
Amenities for Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
- General Information
- 47 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Wellness Center
- Indoor Pool
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- CD Players
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Marble Bathrooms
- Business Center/Services
- Meeting Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
- Winter Getaways
Reviews for Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
Visited in November of 2017. The weather was cool, but very nice. This hotel has the best staff ever! Anything you ask, they will attend to. The rooms are spacious, if not spread out. That is due to the compilation of numerous houses to create this hotel. The Restaurant Aquarius is wonderful for any meal of the day. And their Cafe makes excellent beverages. Perfectly situated in the city to literally walk where ever you want to go during your stay.
tl4253 - New Orleans, Louisiana
My wife & I stayed at the Alchymist Grand in Prague for 3 nights - got home early this morning. We were given a free upgrade from Junior Suite, 214 to the Royal Suite, 304 which was much appreciated although the Junior Suite was equally stunning but with a tiny bathroom. Royal Suite is a huge room with large separate lounge and lovely bathroom. The Royal Suite only has a Queen bed - would have expected a King, for sure. The wardrobe space in the Royal Suite is tiny - just a single wardrobe so if you are staying more than a couple of nights, this would be a problem, as it was for us. I suggested to the Manager that they look to increase wardrobe space by adding a free standing wardrobe. Other than that, nothing negative to say. A jewel of a hotel, stunning, opulent interior, lavishly appointed. Hotel staff were wonderful - absolutely nothing was too much trouble and they made us feel so welcome. The hotel is directly over the road to the U.S Embassy in a very quiet part of town yet literally 3 minutes walk from the many restaurants leading down to the wonderful Charles Bridge and just a few minutes more to the Palace and cathedral - be prepared for a seriously testing hike up the 280 castle steps. We would stay at the Alchymist again, without a second thought - a top class hotel, stunning interior and great staff. Prague a beautiful city, the visit to the Pinkas Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter the surprise of the trip as it an unbelievably emotional experience.
Purdis - Suffolk, UK
We stayed for 3 nights, and were upgraded to a Junior Suite. In every respect the Alchymist was excellent - friendly and efficient staff, impeccable cleanliness, warm and seriously comfortable, excellent breakfast and very good restaurant for lunch. We wouldnâ€™t hesitate to return.
Roger P - Phillimore
We stayed at this hotel during a weekend to celebrate our wedding anniversary this past summer. We were made to feel welcome from the moment we arrived, with the staff being utterly tentative and friendly. The hotel had organized a driver to both pick us up when we arrived at the airport, and drive us back for the return journey. The drivers, and their cars, were pleasant and professional. Our room was, like the rest for the hotel, very nice. We had a deluxe room and it was very spacious and clean. We also had the breakfast buffet, which was good. One evening we had a lovely seven-course tasting dinner in the Aquarius Restaurant, this was a lovely experience. The hotel is located at Mala Strana, which was great. It is a nice and quiet area, but close to both Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. Everything is within walking distance from the hotel. The US Embassy is located right across the street, and there for the police checks all cars that drive up the street towards the hotel. The employees at the Alchymist provided us with excellent service, and the hotel is truly beautiful. Hope we get the chance to visit again soon!
KrissandIrene - Skudeneshavn, Norway
We arrived here for a 3 night city break. Was met and the door by Michal, who from start to finish was absolutely amazing. The service he provided was beyond expectation. He took our bags to the room, explained everything before we even thought to ask. The room was love and spacious, we booked a junior suite, but sadly itâ€™s the only positive part of this review I can say. The sleep quality is awful. Right though the night itâ€™s just bang bang bang. The hall way with people walking past, in their rooms dragging furniture. We complained and were moved rooms, from 214 to 215, clearly the hotel thought it would make a difference. Obviously not as it still persisted and the worst thing as the room they moved us too was never to a road, every so often you could hear a car go past. There was a nice stocked fridge that we used and we also did the cheese tasting. We bought drinks at the bar too. ÂŁ11 for a double Baileys, one to avoid in all honesty, though hotel prices I guess. I would also highly recommend asking the hotel to book you a taxi if you need to go somewhere far as your not then likely to be ripped off by the driver. We paid 300CZ to take us the Karlin Musical Theatre which was about ÂŁ11, afterwards there were taxis outside that we jumped in and requested we go back to the hotel. The driver afterwards wanted 1590CZ which we refused to pay and threatened the police. So make sure you arrange transport with the hotel. All n all, hotel not worth it, but Michal was amazing.
Galactica83 - Liverpool, United Kingdom