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andel's hotel & Suites Prague
Prague, Czech RepublicEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At andel's hotel & Suites Prague
Centrally located in Prague's now-fashionable Smichov neighborhood, andel's Hotel & Suites puts lively pubs, shops, and historical landmarks within easy reach.
Approachable minimalism is the overriding theme at andel's Hotel & Suites, next door to a Jean Nouvel-designed building above the Metro. Beige-and-white public spaces are awash in natural light that streams in through the hotel's sleek glass-and-steel exterior. In the lobby, angular furniture pops with the help of bright red upholstery and deep black leather. The style continues in 231 rooms and 8 suites that feature color-block linens, floor-to-ceiling windows, and stand-alone glass-walled showers. Pink backlighting lends a cool glow to the glass furniture and limestone decorative pieces at Oscar's, a bar and brasserie that serves fashionable young Czechs favorites like kulajda, a creamy sweet-and-sour soup with dill, mushrooms, and poached eggs.
Nearby is Bertramka, a villa turned museum where Mozart completed the opera, Don Giovanni.
Ask the bartenders at Oscar's to fix you a Beton, made with tonic and the ever-popular Becherovka, an anise- and cinnamon-flavored Czech bitter.
Arrive at Prague International Airport Ruzyně (PRG) which is approximately 11 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 25 and 35 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.Stroupežnického 21, Prague 5, Hlavni Mesto Praha, Czech Republic
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Steam Bath
- Massage Service
- Beauty Salon
- Hair Dresser
- DVD Library
- Conference Facilities
- Currency Exchange
- Gift Shop
- Floor Heating
- Individual A/C
- High-speed Internet
- CD/DVD Players
- Satellite TV
- Mini Bars
- In-room Safes
- Pants Presses
- Writing Desks
- Hair Dryers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- In-room Dining
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Why We Love Prague
Perhaps no enclave is more atmospheric than Prague's Old Town, with its faded façades, horse-drawn carriages, and Charles-Bridge views. Despite the Gothic architecture, centuries of tradition give way to contemporary style in museums, restaurants, and shops.
Kutná Hora Information.
Round trip train fare from $15 per person.
Outdoor Excursion: Prague is a location scout's dream. See the sights that made it onto the big screen—in films like The Bourne Identity and Casino Royale—on a movie-centric Segway tour of the city. Guides carry portable DVD players for a frame-by-frame analysis of the action.
Segway Fun: 420-731-238-264
Tour for two $155.
Where to Eat: Modern Czech fare (roasted monkfish with black olives and endive; braised lamb served over parmesan spinach) is the focus at Pálffy Palác, a Neo-Baroque palace in the shadow of Prague Castle.
420 -257- 530- 522
Dinner for two $42.
Where to Drink: Taste Rieslings and Pinot Noirs from emerging local wine regions at Viniční Altán, a wooden gazebo turned alfresco wine garden that overlooks neighboring vineyards.
58 Havlíčkovy Sady.
Drinks for two $23
Why Go Now
March 1 - April 11, 2012
Festival of Music in Prague: Václav Hudeček and Friends
Renowned Czech violinist Václav Hudeček headlines this 10-week classical music festival, held annually.
Church of St. Simon and Jude: Dušní.
March 24-April 15, 2012
Prague Easter Markets
Vendors set up shop in Old Town and Wenceslas Squares, where they sell brightly painted pastel eggs, garnet glassware, and other Czech handicrafts.
April 5-12, 2012
Professional stuntmen delight audiences with their death-defying antics.
Tesla Arena, 419/1 Za Elektrárnou.
April 14-19, 2012
The Festival of European Films
More than 40 full-length feature films from around the world (don't worry, the subtitles are English) are screened throughout the city. Cinema Svetozor and Aero Cinema.
September 8 - 20, 2013
Dvořák's Prague Festival
The series of concerts, performed by both Czech and international orchestras, celebrates well-known composer Antonín Dvořák.
Rudolfinium Concert Hall, Alsovo Nabrezi 12, Old Town, Prague 1.
Second weekend of October 2013
Prague's most anticipated, (albeit somewhat controversial) steeplechase event of the year, lures European racing high society to the Czech Republic.
Pražská 607, Pardubice.
November 30 - January 12, 2014
Held in Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square, vendors display handcrafted goods and a bevy of food and drink out of intricately decorated wooden huts.
Old Town, Prague.