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July 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

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 day ago

We stayed in a Junior suite. Our king bed was very comfortable. The staff was wonderful. We especially liked the concierge who very personable and he always led us in the right direction for our taste. This hotel is in an area called the Lesser Town. The Old Town was wall to wall people. We were happy to be able to walk without feeling like we would be trampled if we happened to stop. This was a music hotel. There is a music library with enormous amount of CDs to play in your room. Also there were many music books and well as many DVDs. There is an iPad in the room or well as something called "Handy". Handy lets you make international calls free of charge to certain countries. Handy probably does other things but we only used for international calls. The connection was terrific.

Edward92037 - San Diego, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

We stayed here with our 2 daughters. The room was very spacious for Europe and held 4 of us comfortably. Wifi was very strong and you also have Apple TV. We even had a small sitting area. The staff is wonderful and very accommodating. They were always eager to assist us if needed. We had breakfast each morning and lunch on the roof top terrace on. The food was yummy. The location was great and the garden on the property was beautiful! There was also a fitness center that was pretty well equipped. After a long day it was so nice to get a great night sleep in this quiet hotel. The concierge made us dinner reservations at Aromi Restaurant which was delicious! They have garage parking for a fee which is rare in Prague so we were able to store our rental car there with ease. I would definitely stay here when in Prague again!

loyd3314 - Atlanta, Georgia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 days ago

One of the best, if not the best, hotel in Prague! Perfect in any way imaginable - rooms, decor, atmosphere, amenities, breakfast, restaurant, bar, they even have a secret garden in the back with a limited access to hotel guests. The roof top restaurant is a must ! Location is also fantastic.

Mr_Molls - Plovdiv, Bulgaria


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

This hotel is perfect. from Location to staff to rooms and gardens. I can't wait to go back to Prague just to stay at this hotel again. Mins. from the Charles Bridge but on the quiet side of the bridge which is perfect. walking distance to everything. nice local bars, cafe on the corner.

judyd219 - New York City, New York


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved this hotel. This was our first stop after traveling from the US so we were wiped out when we arrived. I like to have the hotel make our taxi/car arrangements and you just walk out with your luggage and leave with the person with your name on the sign. Very efficient. You can be assured it will be a non-smoking ride which is not always the case in Prague which is still going through growing pains with the smoking as of May 2017. The restaurants are supposed to go smoke free in June 2017 but we were told they have tried this before and were not successful. Non smoking restaurants do exist so if you care about this make sure to find one otherwise you will smell like smoke from most restaurants with “sections”. We saw the Aria hotel on Samantha Brown's Passport to Europe and we already knew it was a beautiful place. We asked for a quiet room and we had a great room. We pretty much walked in and passed out from exhaustion. When we came to, I remember just being so happy to have a big beautiful bathroom, perfect with great Molton Brown toiletries and a strong free flowing shower. Ahhh. We headed to the concierge for dinner where we first met Ivana. She was great! Ivana was efficient, knowledgable, specific and sincere. We spent more time talking with her and she was always happy to help and had some great tips about the Prague Castle. You have to go and see her before you go to Prague castle. When Ivana wasn't there, she was definitely missed. She's the best concierge there and anywhere. I thought we were getting a coffee maker in the room but found out it was not the Jr suites but the apts and maybe some other suites that came with Nespresso makers. We met Zoran Juric the Coda restaurant manager that night. Although we never got a coffee maker, we went down for the included breakfast everyday which was very nice. They also serve tea in the afternoon included in your stay. The hotel is safe, spectacular, clean with a staff that is trying to be outstanding. This is the best kind of hotel. They care about the details. May 2017 was the perfect month to start our visit. It was just starting to get crowded and it was not yet hot. I was in tank tops but the the rest of the city was still bundled up with heaters on. I read enough on Tripadvisor about Aria and it was all as planned. A bonus was that the hotel changed our American dollars for Czech crowns and the rate was better than the bank. The city is less expensive than most places in Europe and tipping here is appropriate. Plan on 10-15% for car service and 15-20% at restaurants. Although sometimes they add it in, or part of it so don't be afraid to ask what is written out on the bill if you don't recognize the charge. Prague is a lot of walking on cobblestones. Be prepared with tried and true shoes (not brand new or unsensible shoes) if you plan to walk this beautiful walking city. The bridge alone is far each time you go into the old town. There is a main tram within walking distance of the hotel and I highly recommend getting the all day pass if you are unsure how many stops you will make. It is inexpensive and a good deal to travel all over the place all day and give your legs a break where you can. The restaurant staff is very nice at the Coda which is the restaurant at the Aria. We had dinner one night and Zoran, the Chef, Ivana, the whole staff were so nice and accommodating. Another night we sat at the "Piano Key" bar, had wine and got the best service. We never got to see the rooftop because the one time we went the stairway was locked. I recommend going up there because I wish we had for dinner or bring your drinks if the restaurant is closed to weather. The gardens and grounds are beautiful as well. There is a lot to do in this beautiful city. I hope to go back and if I do we will stay at the Aria. It's a smart crowd and they like Americans so you are in good hands.

LastFlightOutSeattle - Arizona


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