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Well if Budapest was different from Vienna much can be said for Prague. Waking up to warm sunny skies today well rested and ready to begin our day, the problem is where to begin. There is so much to see.
One of the few central european cities that was spared the bombings of the second world war this city feels old and medieval like.With …
I would have to say that Prague is my favorite city in the world. It is absolutely beautiful. The people are nice, most speak English, the food is great!!!
We stayed at the Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa. This is a wonderful hotel. In the dining room there is a spectacular crystal chandelier. I highly recommend it to anyone visiting the …
Christianpappas stayed here on Sep 17, 2011 during their trip titled: Christian Pappas' Great Adventure.
This was a wonderful vation with the McGraw family, we stayed a beautiful hotel I got my first message ever, and we got a day tour of Prague by a lady from the city. We ate at some of the finest restraunts in Prague and were able to soak up the beautiful architecture during the day. The trip was a great break from dity hostles and McDonalds!
So my parents visit to Europe was a complete success and much needed joy in my life! After the painful stress of midterms and the joyous stress of a 10-day break, it was nice to just sit back and enjoy the ride this weekend. Sarah Boettcher and I started our trip at 6:30 Thursday evening and FINALLY arrived in Prague at 3:30 Friday morning! Peter …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlchymist Grand Hotel and Spa Prague
So far we have been treated very well at this small hotel across from the American Embassy. Build in 1517 this small stone boutique hotel was renovated and lavishly decorated.mid 2000's
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Historical Traveler Reviews Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa Prague
I wanted to spend a nce romantic weekend in Prague with my girlfriend and a friend of mine told me about Tripadvisor to avoid bad surprises.....I have to say that I love it, and it is going to be my best travel agency since now on!!!! Anyway, I started to check here and there, mostly having in mind the four options somebody suggested me; Iron Gate, Hoffmeister, Four Seasons and Alchymist. Alchymist was givng us the best price and we liked very much their Web page. So we decided for The Alchymist. The first impression was really fantastic, being the Hotel done out of three different buildings from Baroque and Renaissance period; The first of the three houses is a kind of small Palace, with a courtyard full of flowers and even a romantic fountain with fishes. Since we arrived late in the evening, there were also two musicians playing nice melodies and few candlelighted tables were taken by Restaurant guests. I was a little disappointed by the fact that no doorman was standing at the main entrance, anyway one of the waiters of the restaurant came almost immediately to help us with our luggages apologizing that the bellboy was assisting some other clients who just arrived. At the reception; that is quite small but very nicely decorated, there was just one young guy who was anyway very friendly and helpfull in explaining us the services of the Hotel. To go to our roon, a De Luxe room that after I realized that means the smallest accomodation the offer (!!!) we passed through few different gotic vaulted rooms very richely decorated ( with even some fresco paintings ) and a strange collection of etnic, exotic and old objects that my girlfriend found intriguing but a little funny and that anyway surprisingly match with th eclectic atmosphere.
An absolute Gem
Situated in a quiet backwater yet close to the famous Charles Bridge and Castle, the Alchymist is all (and more) that it professes to be. The decor with murals and ceiling friezes together with the high quality furnishings reflect the flare and dedication of the italian owner. The staff give impecable though discreet service and the food would not be out of place in a Michelin Star Restaurant. With a superb indoor pool and spa, the Alchymist is an oasis of perfection. A most delightful experience.
Anthony & Sandra Peel, England
I Love The Alchymist
Marvelous rooms extraordinary service and personel . They bent over backwards for us, could not ask for more. Wonderful boutique hotel would recommend it to my best friend. big plus also for the breakfast. and dinner was extraordinary must have at least 2 dinners here if you have the time.
Marjorie Rubin / Thomas sasdi Boca raton Florida
I stayed in Alchymist Hotel with my wife for honeaymoon for 3 nights using their honeymoon package, when we booked it on last minute. It was really unforgettable experience for us since we arrived to hotel and meet very friendly staff and domestic atmosphere of this beautiful mansion, just few minutes from the famous Charles Bridge and with romantic view on Prague Castle. A Junior Suite was offered to us. We wanted to go outside to see Prague immediately upon our arrival, but actually our room was so nice and comfortable, that we stayed couple of ours in there finally...All this place has unforgettable atmosphere, feeling like in some fairy tale. Part of our honeymoon package was also dinner in Aquarius Restaurant where we met with professional service and food was actually fantastic as we could choose from rich offer of Italian/ Mediterean cuisine. Our 3- course menu was delicious.
My wife and I have just returned from a week in Prague where we stayed at the Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa. We were made to feel so welcome and we felt like V.I.P's. We knew from the website that it was a botique luxury hotel but this is an understatement. I surprised my wife by booking a car to pick us up at the airport, But surprised myself more i think when i saw a vintage rools royce waiting for us. This was only the beginning.
My wife and I stayed at the Alchymist from April 24th through April 29th - 6 nights. Our very first impression of the hotel was through it's car service pick-up at the airport. We had arranged to be picked-up by their Jeep Cherokee. What a surprise it was when the driver who met us in the arrivals hall told us that we were in for a very special ride. It turns out that the Jeep was in for servicing and our "ride" to the hotel was to be in a 1952 Rolls Royce Silver Cloud. We felt like celebs as we were driven through central Prague to the hotel, where we were greeted by two hotel staff awaiting our arrival.
We stayed at this hotel for 3 days having just got married and I couldn't recommend it more!
Staying at a 500 years old Palace!
Located between the Charles Bridge and the Castle opposite of the U.S. Embassy this 500 years old Palace is all you look for! Even an Asian Spa with ladies from Bali! Very friendly staff. Perfect stay.
Excellent but a little pricey
Just stayed 3 nights at the Alchymist and loved it. It is a very individual small hotel with pleasant staff. It situated in a quiet part of the town but having said that it is only 5 mins. walk to the Charles bridge. The only thing that let it down was breakfast which for the amount we paid was poor.
Andrea Uzunov, General Manager