Ballerina Hotel Prague

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Managed by the Alchymist Luxury Group, this luxurious five-star hotel is located in the renewed residential quarter of the New Town. Blending historic charm with a modern aesthetic, this is an effortlessly sophisticated place to stay with good and easy access to many of the city’s top attractions.

Ballerina Hotel Prague

Ballerina Hotel Prague

The hotel is located near the river in Nové Město, around the corner from Frank Gehry’s Dancing House and the city’s beautiful National Theatre. Other major attractions such as Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square and the National Museum are within a 10-minute walk, while Prague Castle is a pleasant 30-minute walk along the river.

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The hotel’s design has a distinct elegance that combines a conscious urban aesthetic with historic furniture and Simone Ghera photographs of ballerinas flowing through the rooms and corridors.

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The hotel staff is professional and courteous, and the 24-hour front desk offers a variety of services, from laundry and dry cleaning to car parking, concert and restaurant ticket reservations, and airport transfers (for a fee). The hotel does not have its own spa or fitness center, but guests have free access to the sauna, gym and swimming pool at Hotel Alchymist Grand’s Ecsotica health club, located on the Mala Strana near Prague Castle.

The hotel’s 31 rooms and suites include 15 deluxe rooms, eight ballerina rooms, a pair of romantic ballerina rooms, five city suites and the ultra-spacious Terrace Royal Suite. The interior design references the building’s history with tasteful art antiques (cabinets, tables, desks) mixed with modern touches such as elegant striped wallpaper and large-scale photographs of ballet dancers.

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Some rooms are decorated in royal whites and blues, while others are gorgeous in reds, pinks and purples. All rooms have a balcony or terrace, coffee and tea making facilities, a large plasma TV with pay channels, a mini bar and a safe. The immaculate marble bathrooms come with a shower (no bath), bathrobe and slippers, and a cosmetic kit, and suites usually have a sofa bed or extra room.

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The hotel’s breakfast consists of the usual hot and cold items, including cheeses, cereals, fruit and eggs. 24-hour room service is also available.

Ballerina Hotel Prague

Double rooms start from CZK 2,700 (£85) in low season; and in season from 2,700 Czech crowns (£170). Wi-Fi and breakfast are included in the price.

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The Terrace Royal Suite has two separate bedrooms and a bathroom that can be connected to the City Suite for more space and privacy. Children up to 11 years old staying in certain room types with their parents are free of charge in extra beds.

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