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April 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Aria Hotel Prague in Prague, Czech Republic

Inspired by music, the boutique Aria Hotel offers superior luxury in the heart of one of the world's leading theatrical destinations, Prague. Designed to harmonize pitch-perfect style with a unique musical concept, the hotel's four floors are devoted to different genres of music, while each of the 51 rooms and suites are dedicated to a particular artist or composer. Beautiful and architecturally distinctive, Aria Hotel incorporates notes of past and present to create an exquisite experience, replete with deluxe accommodations, exceptional service and remarkable amenities - all overlooking the famed Vrtbovska Garden. Nestled in the enchanting Little Quarter of Prague, a stay at the Aria Hotel provides the perfect accompaniment to a visit to the "Golden City".

While sound is the dominant theme throughout the hotel's lavish public and private spaces, all of the senses are treated at the Aria. Dine at the rooftop garden terrace CODA Restaurant, providing panoramic views of the golden domes of the city beneath. Or find an intimate corner in the dining room to savor innovative international flavors and fine wines. The Screening Room and cozy Music Box lounge offer a chance to relax with a concert or movie from the hotel's Music Library, while the Music Salon is an idyllic room for a drink at the end of a busy day of sightseeing. However, the true jewel of the hotel can be found in each suite and room, enhanced with original artwork, a selection biographies of the featured composer or artist, and an iPod loaded with the music of 52 composers. The joy of music fills the air at Aria Hotel.

Location of Aria Hotel Prague

Trziste 368/9, 118 00, Prague, Czech Republic

Nearest Airport: PRG

Amenities for Aria Hotel Prague

  • General Information
  • 52 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Spa Services
  • Fitness Center
  • Screening Room
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Art Collection
  • Gardens
  • Music & Movie Library
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Lounge
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Players
  • DVD Players
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • iPod Docks
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Theatres
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Aria Hotel Prague

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The location is great. Very close to the Charles Bridge but much quieter than the Old Town side. The hotel is very grand and has an air of sophistication. There is access to a garden area at the rear and a roof top terrace (only open in summer). The Bar and restaurant areas are light and opulent with the rooms being spacious, clean and comfortable. However, we were disappointed with the choice and quality of the food. The food looks like fine dining but failed to deliver. We ordered ribeye steak which was cut quite thinly, it was tough and salty. It was replaced with a filet mignon which was much better but by then the damage was done and our appetite damaged. For our anniversary meal I was hoping for something more special. Later when I asked for a cocktail it was obvious that the bar staff were not equiped or trained for this. I was glad to see him try at least. I think the high quality of the hotel in general gave me high expectations from the restaurant and bar which were not delivered.

Crezzie - Warrington


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The Aria is such a beautiful hotel that provided my mother and I a wonderful and welcoming experience in the beautiful city of Prague. I love the unique musical concept of this hotel. We stayed in the Contemporary Music Floor and it was filled with lively, colorful paintings of contemporary musicians. The room was very spacious as well as the bathroom. It also included an Apple TV and iPad which was so convenient for entertainment purposes. This hotel was also near so many popular attractions such as the Saint Charles Bridge, Petrin Hill, and Church of Our Lady Victorious - Holy Child of Prague. One of the most lovely views of the city is on the rooftop which is accessible to the guests of the hotel. My mother and I were able to take such memorable pictures of our stay in Prague with the many red rooftops on our last day because of this view. The staff in this hotel was exceptionally nice and accommodating, especially Vaclav. My wallet was stolen in a previous city prior to heading to Prague. I needed to pick up money from the closest Western Union where my bank had wired the money. Due to a language barrier I called the hotel and Vaclav was very helpful. He informed me the system was down at that particular location. He then proceeded to look for the closest Western Union that would be able to help me as soon as possible. He did this without hesitation which just goes to show the amazing customer service this staff had given us during our stay. The next time I visit Prague I will stay at the Aria Hotel because the staff was so friendly and welcoming!

Sarah P - Chicago, Illinois


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My husband and I were delighted with our hassle-free stay in the Aria. The central location, only metres from Charles Bridge, and convenient to the Castle and the funicular to Pertin Hill and its gardens, meant that we had no need of public transport, and there were many interesting streets locally, with small bars (including a popular Irish pub if that is your thing). On the two nights that we attended the opera (on the other side of the city) the hotel arranged one of its taxis to take us there and back; the price was very reasonable, the drivers courteous and efficient and the Mercedes very grand indeed. We were allocated a spacious suite (The Beethoven) overlooking a delightful Italianate garden which, though closed to the public until the end of March, is directly accessible from the hotel. The whole suite was silent and warm (quiet air conditioning) and spotlessly clean; the bathroom was well accoutred with towels, face cloths and regularly replenished Morton Brown toiletries. As soon as we arrived, we were treated as valued guests and that continued throughout our stay. The staff, without exception, were polite without being obsequious, easy mannered without being too familiar, and always helpful. Their 'can do' attitude was consistent. The decor of the hotel was, to us, quite jaw-dropping, in its use of unique, and clearly expensive, pieces of period furniture in all the public areas, and the comfortable lobbies with their sofas, the gentle sound of a fountain and the wide selection of original works of art, especially the Chagalls and a Dali bronze, gave us the sort of ambiance that we love. The breakfast was good. We had the standard buffet with fruits, juices, cereals, posh yoghurts, cold cuts of meats and fish, lots of different breads and cakes, as well as eggs cooked to our choice. More options, at an extra cost, are available from an A La Carte menu, but we were entirely happy with the standard selection. A pleasant and unexpected custom of the hotel is the daily invitation to guests to come for afternoon refreshment (tea/coffee and a savoury or sweet bite) in the library in mid afternoon. Just the thing for weary sightseers! We also had a delicious meal in the restaurant with a fine selection of international and Czech food from which to choose. Yes, the many starred hotel is inevitably on the expensive end of the scale, but we felt that it was, for us, money well spent.

Hawdon - Belfast, United Kingdom


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I normally prefer big modern hotel over boutique hotels but decided to try Aria based on all of the great reviews I've read. Besides all of the wonderful reviews everyone I would like to offer my most objective review. Three things that impressed me most are service, location and Wifi. All of the services offered felt sincere and genuine. It's located at the center where everything was within walking distance (By the way, I hate walking and I did not mind walking to the castle, the bridges or old town square) Every room has it's own Wifi with EXCELLENT speed. I have to work no matter where I am so Wifi speed is very important to me. This hotel had the best Wifi I have ever experienced. I booked a junior suite. My room on the fifth floor was very cute and quaint but not what I would expect at a luxury hotel. It' was an attic room with very low ceiling in the bedroom. Although adorable, I found some parts of the suite inconvenient. I am 5'8" and kept banging my head on my way to the bathroom. Bathtub with low ceiling was difficult to take a shower. I did not complain or ask to move my room because I didn't want to hurt any staff members feeling. As silly as this sounds, it was obvious that they all cared so much about hotel and it's guests.

ChoosyTraveler0901 - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

What a fantastic experience! The hotel and staff are just lovely. My room was very comfortable and clean. Large bathroom. The restaurant is one of the best that I found in the city. It's a fantastic location. I could walk around, sightsee, shop for a bit and easily get back to my hotel to rest a bit before going out again. Highly recommend.

Teri P - Los Angeles, California


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