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Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa

Prague 3 nights low season from £739 per person
Superior

Housed in an ornate Baroque building dating from the 16th century, the Alchymist is a fine boutique hotel located in the quiet Mala Strana district just five minutes’ walk down the hill to Charles Bridge. 

Each of the 45 rooms and suites differ in size and decor due to the historic nature of the building; they include classical touches such as painted ceilings, four poster beds, rich coloured fabrics, antique furniture and marble bathrooms. Also ornate and grand in style, the ‘Aquarius’ restaurant prepares international and local cuisine while the ‘Barocco Veneziano’ Café serves tea, coffee and homemade chocolate pralines; best taken in the peaceful interior courtyard. The hotel also boasts an excellent spa located in the atmospheric vaulted cellars, including a small indoor pool, sauna, steam room, fitness area and a range of Indonesian inspired treatments.

3 night low season price from £739 per person, 3 night high season price from £948 per person

What's included

...when you travel with Kirker

  • Return flights
  • Return private car transfers
  • Accommodation including breakfast
  • A private walking tour
  • Kirker's Guide Notes to restaurants, museum and sightseeing
  • The services of the Kirker Concierge

The Kirker Difference

Arranged by us exclusively for our customers...

Three Hour Private Walking Tour

Unlike most European metropolitan cities, Prague is perfect for exploring on foot. The historical centre is compact and during your tour you will follow the famous King´s Way which winds along the mediaeval streets of the New Town, Old Town and Jewish quarter, crosses Charles Bridge and finishes at the Prague Castle via the Lesser Town (our guide can tailor the tour exactly according to your wishes). You will see Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical architecture, enjoy breathtaking views and discover hidden mediaeval alleyways. The guide will reveal the stories behind the city’s decadent centuries as part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire and the tragic suffering and heartache under the Nazis and the Communists.

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To make an enquiry please speak to one of our experts on 020 7593 1899, or enquire online

Our expert reservations team regularly travel to a wide range of destinations to explore new cities, visit hotels and to research museums, galleries and restaurants so that we can offer the most up-to-date advice and recommendations.

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