A King, or a Trump, couldn't stay at a better place A review of Four Seasons Hotel Prague
This is certainly the best hotel I have ever stayed in, and I can't imagine that even someone used to luxury all the time would be finding fault. The desk staff greeted us by name upon arrival. All of the staff, including waiters and even the chambermaids, spoke English. Our particular arrangement included continental breakfast every morning, but a full range of (pricey) cooked breakfast items are available, prepared in the excellent hotel's restaurant Allegro's kitchen.
"Free" amenities included choice of newspaper delivered to the room each day, nightly turn down and bathroom re-cleaning service, shoes shined overnight (even the soles were cleaned, and each shoe wrapped neatly in folded tissue paper sealed with a hotel sticker). Room service was prompt and efficient, and the food again excellent. The staff are all clearly well-trained graduates of "Four Seasons University" and their greetings,remembering of our names and what we'd had for breakfast the previous morning, their apologies when they'd done nothing wrong, indicated an almost embarrassing level of courtesy.
The hotel also has a fitness center and a business center with of course internet access for a fee. They can provide their own pick up or drop off service for airport runs, or for transport within Prague.
My very large room was considered "deluxe" as it had a king sized bed, and view of the river and of Prague Castle up on its hill. My bathroom had a tub and shower stall, thick towels and robes, slippers, and a bar equipped with glassware and even an ice bucket that was somehow always full of fresh ice. I felt as if I were in a Cinderella dream, and now that I'm home and back to scooping cat litter and doing my own vacuuming, I love remembering that I had this luxurious experience.