April 22, 2014
By: Five Star Alliance
Opera lovers are in for a real treat, courtesy of Four Seasons Hotel Prague. The hotel has arranged for select guests to enjoy a private performance of Mozart's Don Giovanni at the famed Estates Theatre. The famous opera had its premiere at the theatre in 1787.
The Theatre of the Estates is one of the most beautiful historic theatre buildings in Europe. The theatre was officially opened in 1783 with a first performance of the tragedy Emilia Galotti by Lessing.
After the spine-tingling performance, a chauffeur will bring the guests back to the hotel in a vintage Rolls Royce. The music lovers will then toast Mozart from the hotel's rooftop terrace Then these lucky guests sup on a gourmet meal on the rooftop terrace. The music continues through dinner via a live orchestra consisting of members of the Estates Theatre Orchestra.
The luxury hotel in Old Town Prague has a contemporary main building consisting of three historic edifices – classical, renaissance and 18th-century baroque buildings. The 161 Old Town luxury hotel guest rooms, including 20 suites, are among Prague’s largest. The one-of-a-kind building concept creates a variety of guest room layouts, even within the same category.
The experience is available from May 15 until September 15 in 2015 and is priced for up to six persons at EUR 60,000. It includes the luxurious accommodation in the Presidential Suite for two nights, private performance of Don Giovanni at the Estates Theatre, transfer from the theatre to the Hotel in vintage Rolls Royce and private dinner on the Hotel's rooftop terrace. Six months' advance reservation is required and some blackout dates apply.
Sadly, the Marx Brothers are not included.
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July 9, 2013
By: Betsy LeTourneau
We at Five Star Alliance work tirelessly to ensure we bring you the best luxury hotels selection and information regarding amenities, location, and highlights so you are confident that the hotel you choose will exceed your expectations and serve your needs. Sometimes, however, you are left with a few questions that go unanswered, and that’s why we’re here. Be sure to explore our new blog series ‘Your Questions Answered’ to find answers to real questions submitted to us by our clients regarding traveling with kids, pets, the best beach hotels, and much more.
QUESTION: We are going to Prague, for 2 nights. We have a party of 2 adults and 2 children, ages 7 and 11. What luxury hotel do you recommend?
ANSWER: Boscolo Prague – Prague, Czech Republic
The hotel's 152 splendid rooms, including 42 deluxe room, 20 Junior Suites and Suites, designed by architect Maurizio Papiri, are the epitome of genteel elegance. Advanced technology and fine amenities are the additional luxuries that make the Boscolo Prague the preferred address for the discerning traveler. The most unique luxury and comfort flow through from the room to the restaurant, from the business centre to the Cigar Bar, to the indoor swimming pool with its striking mosaic floor. In this ultra-modern, surreal setting created by talented Adam D. Tihany, polished steel and light mirror and enhance exclusive moments of conviviality and relaxation. The Inn Ox bar is a labyrinth of myriad reflections, refined mazes and surprising sinuosity- smooth surfaces, innovative materials and the excellent drinks make it one of the city's most trendy rendez-vous at night.
You will want to choose the Junior Suite or the Presidential Suite to accommodate your party. The Junior Suite will accommodate 2 rolloways. There are no connecting rooms offered at this hotel.
All rates are based on double occupancy and extra person charges may apply. Please be advised that the rates, availability, as well as any extra person charges are subject to change depending on the hotel’s policies.
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By: Betsy LeTourneau
January 4, 2012
By: Oksana Balytsky
We’ve all made New Year’s resolutions and managed to stop going to the gym or taking those cooking classes come February. This year, make a commitment to a simpler, more fulfilling resolution: travel more. Take in what the world has to offer, and do it in style. Be sure to keep up with our new blog series where we’ll be featuring an incredible destination everyone should visit in his/her lifetime. Consider this list a tool to give you a few ideas and inspiration on exciting places to go, where to stay, and what to see!
Prague, the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic has a rich history and culture running through its narrow, cobblestone streets. Prague is a city of resilience, persevering through floods, fires, and invasions, making it extremely unique and captivating. This city’s breathtaking churches, Gothic-style architecture, the castle, and the Charles Bridge all make this one of the most incredible cities in Europe.
The most famous landmark is the Prague Castle, which is the largest castle complex in the world. It is open daily and is home to the Czech Crown Jewels. Witness the changing of the guard at the top of every hour and opt in for a guided tour to take in the history and beauty of the castle. Another must-see attraction is the Charles Bridge, which is the oldest bridge in Prague. Both ends of the bridge are reinforced by towers, and the entrance gate is beautifully adorned with Gothic sculptures. For other must-see attractions, we encourage you to explore the list of the Top 10 Prague Monuments, put together by PragueWelcome.com
Be sure to try the pork or beef dumplings called ‘Knedliky,’ fried cheese, and their onion and garlic soup. And of course, be sure to try traditional, Czech beer as well!
Prague has 26 luxurious hotels. A few worth checking out are the Augustine and the Boscolo Carlo IV. The Augstine has been created from several buildings, including the 13th century Augustinian St. Thomas Monastery. The hotel’s beautiful rooms all have stunning views of the courtyards, the monastery chapel, or Prague Castle. The Boscolo Carlo IV is another incredible hotel, and it offers unique amenities such as a Cigar Bar and an indoor pool with a striking Mosaic floor. This hotel encompasses a magical blend of the past and future in its architectural design and room décor.
By: Oksana Balytsky
October 25, 2011
By: Mary Winston Nicklin
Europe in winter is positively enchanting-- from November's JazzFest in Berlin to the twinkling lights on the Champs-Élysées in Paris and the rich hot chocolate served in Vienna's cafes. InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is inviting you to book in advance and save on your winter escape for stays between November 1, 2011- February 29, 2012. Enjoy rates starting from €101 per night, including breakfast for two, at fab hotels like the InterContinental Vienna, the InterContinental Budapest, the InterContinental David Tel Aviv, the InterContinental Paris Le Grand, the InterContinental Geneva, the InterContinental Prague (pictured), Portugal's brand new InterContinental Porto-Palacio das Cardosas, and more. Not only will you score a discount, but also tons of insider tips shared by InterContinental's famously connected concierges! The "Winter Offer" is valid on new bookings only, subject to availability.