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Prague 3 nights low season from £879 per person

Opened in 2009, the Augustine is located beneath Prague Castle, a five minute walk from Charles Bridge and adjacent to the Wallenstein Garden. It consists of seven historic buildings, the largest and most important being the 13th century Augustinian St. Thomas’ Monastery, after which the hotel is named.

The design of the 101 luxurious bedrooms has been inspired by early 20th century Czech cubism (some have views of the castle – supplements on request). The restaurant which serves modern European and traditional Czech cuisine is set in a glass covered courtyard and the ‘Refectory Bar’ is dominated by archangel frescos from the 17th century. In fine weather outside seating is available in the tranquil cloister terrace. There is a health and fitness centre with gym, treatment rooms, steam room and relaxation area.

3 night low season price from £879 per person, 3 night high season price from £1,036 per person

Special Offer

all year: 4 nights for the price of 3 in classic suites, saving up to £385.

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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