A Luxury Collection Destination, Czech Republic
The one-time seat of the Holy Roman Emperor, postcard-perfect Prague has long attracted admirers—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Franz Kafka among them—to this gorgeously Gothic city on the Vltava River. An ever-evolving cityscape, iconic squares and ancient chapels mingle with new-Baroque buildings and contemporary architecture.
Significant exhibitions of Czech and international 19th–21st century artwork are presented in eight unique spaces housing permanent and changing exhibitions.
The International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival is an important UNESCO-recognized event and screens over 100 films on politics, development issues, social, and environmental topics.
This retrospective brings the best international films of the past year to the big screen, along with independent, experimental, and children’s films not otherwise in wide release.
Runners from around the world come to compete on this scenic course that winds its way through the city.
Hoist a glass to the country’s most beloved beverage at this epic food and hops festival with tastings, workshops, and presentations.
Sample incredible bites from renowned and up-and-coming chefs at this three-day pop-up feast of food and spirits in the Royal Garden of the Prague Castle.
Join the locals in Old Town Square for two days of free jazz performances by renowned international artists.
Central Europe’s largest folk dance and music festival is celebrated with performances and lively parades from groups spanning the globe.
Master classes, tastings of 150 rare and well-known whiskies, and live Scottish music are part of this new, but popular festival.
Shop for charming keepsakes at the festive wooden stalls trimmed with twinkling lights in the Old Town Square.
Sophisticated European cuisine featuring dishes such as guinea fowl with a blackberry marsala sauce and veal fillet with foie gras are served in a dining room that’s equally elegant.
The signature Michael (a smooth blend of bourbon and red spiced wine) and Gabriel (sweet and sour mix of rum and cognac) cocktails are inspired by the restored 18th-century fresco in the Refectory Bar.
Set in the monastery’s barrel-vaulted hall, this relaxed lounge with a heavenly fresco ceiling has garden views and outside seating on the cloister terrace in the summer.
The former cellar of the original St. Thomas Brewery is a unique setting for a private event.
Stroll through Old Town Square, dating back to the 11th-century, overlooked by 14th–16th century Old Town Hall with a unique gothic tower with astronomical clock.
Unwind with traditional, all-natural body rituals and treatments devised from secret recipes from the Augustinian Order of Monks in a decidedly modern spa with Turkish Hammam.
Stalactites and stalagmites frame a floating terracotta floor in this inviting cave-like tavern. This cellar is the original home of the St. Thomas Brewery, which has been brewing beer since 1352.
Make a visit to the heart of Europe a family affair with a special rate for an additional room and free meals for the littlest travelers.