October 10, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
My husband and I stayed here 2 nights to celebrate our one year wedding anniversary in late August/early September 2017. From the moment we stepped into this impeccably designed, historical and gorgeous hotel, we felt like royalty. We were greeted by Michal, who was incredibly welcoming and helped us with our bags and to our room. He was warm and inviting which immediately made us feel comfortable! Pavel at the front desk checked us in and was also very kind and welcoming. He was helpful in orienting us to the area and letting us know of events going on in the area. What a great first impression! Our room was comfortable and gorgeous. We spent our first night at the spa hanging out by the pool and using the sauna in our luxurious robes that come in the room. When we got back to the room, we were surprised to see a bottle of complimentary sparking wine that the Alchymist makes themselves for our anniversary. This was so special and thoughtful. We enjoyed it until the last drop. The following day it was raining and we were offered umbrellas on our way out that 100% came in handy! We would have been soaked all day without them. The hotel is in Mala Strana which is a great location and close to the Prague Castle and Kafka museum, among other things. There are also great restaurants and shopping in the area. We spent the day at Prague Castle since it was raining and loved how close we were to it! Then we came back in the evening to the hotel's daily, complimentary wine and cheese hour which was beautifully presented and generous. We had such a relaxing time drinking wine and eating cheese in their ornately decorated yet comfortable lobby. This was a great way to cap off a full day of sightseeing. The manager of the hotel who runs the wine and cheese hour was attentive and helpful. It is always nice and appreciated to know that you are cared about! Also, the included breakfast is absolutely delicious and again impeccably presented. If you are looking for a treat, this hotel is ABSOLUTELY, without a doubt worth a stay.
ehgrant - Tarrytown, New York
Fantastic hotel,very very friendly staff.excellent location near old town Prague and Charles bridge.high class bohemian furniture,clean and neat Advise for travellers please brake a room with view over garden away from the elevator Open the windows st night and fell the breeze nice air current .
ghormullah a - Antwerp, Belgium
Small hotel located in MalĂˇ Strana, is the perfect stay in Prague: everything is in walking distance, and you'll feel extremely safe, because you'll be aside the American Embassy, so Police will be in front of the hotel 24/7. The hotel staff is very kind and efficient on any of your request, and moreover will make you feel even more appreciated guest, inviting you to the evening aperitif. The hall is a little jewel, the Spa is small and cozy, the rooms are elegantly furnished and very comfortable. We loved this hotel and we'll surely come back again!
PaoloLascy - Alba, Italy
The reservation started out a little rough but the hotel and staff made up for it many times over. I need to give special thanks to the bell man Noir. He was more like a butler the way he treated us. Our room is fantastic and it is truly like staying in a grand castle (but not cold and damp). The Buffett breakfast was perfect. The whole basement area is a spa with gym. All the spa facilities are included in your stay. You should defiantly take a plung in the pool which feels like a grotto.
Brian M - Salt Lake City, Utah
We thought this was a lovely old boutique hotel, full of character and style. The Check- In was efficient and welcoming and the reception staff and Front of House Manager were friendly and helpful. Our bedroom was very comfortable and everything worked well, including the WI-fI. The only problem was that there was quite a lot of noise very early every single morning from a delivery to the hotel in the narrow side road right below our window on the second floor. A room away from the road would have been quieter but it wasn't bad enough to complain and request a room change. We didn't sleep in late as there was lots to explore. We used the pool and sauna most days.The spa area looks magical and very inviting. The pool was a little cold, certainly didn't feel like the advertised temperature. Men and women are supposed to use separate sauna rooms and there is only a steam room in the men's changing area. That was out of action during our stay. Towels, robes and slippers are provided and there are plenty of lockers. Nice area to relax and read magazines, although only enough space for about 6 people at at time. Breakfasts were a little disappointing - the staff were rather disorganised and didn't seem to have a system as to who was doing what so, for example, you could wait ages to order coffee, having to catch someone's eye, and then get asked 3 times if you wanted coffee by separate waitresses whilst waiting for it to arrive. The small outdoor patio area was dominated by smokers so we moved back inside mid-breakfast after trying it one day. Not a huge buffet choice but some hot dishes were available cooked to order - some at extra costs but others not. The daily cheese and wine hour is a great idea as it gives guests the opportunity to chat to others. It also means that the beautiful sitting rooms are used and admired. The wine is the same each day, a choice of white or red. Both were excellent and served at the correct temperatures, together with a selection of cheeses, grapes and bread. Guests are left to refill their glasses throughout the hour and there is interaction from the very friendly Front of House Manager Katerina who checks everyone is happy. The hotel very generously offered us use of the spa and invited us to to Cheese and Wine hour on our last day/evening, even though we had officially checked out in the morning, but were waiting for a night flight. We booked the hotels chauffeur service to drive us back to the airport. We were very pleased with the location of the hotel, in a good area, walking distance to all the sights, particularly the Castle, but away from the hustle and bustle of the centre.