We spent the Easter weekend at the Alchymist Nosticova (there are two Alchymist hotels in Prague) for our wedding anniversary. This is not a big, modern hotel chain ~ this is a small gem of a boutique hotel, very old-fashioned, very charming. I'm talking gold tassels on the curtains, sparkling chandeliers everywhere - even tiny ones in the bathroom! - oil paintings and monogrammed sheets and slippers. Unusual decorations; carved wooden carousel horses and knight's suit of armour. Perfect for a romantic retreat. The room was immaculately clean and had all the comforts of slippers, robes, fully stocked minibar, dvd player, etc. We had dinner one night in the Crystal room section of the restaurant - this is a room almost completely covered in many small mirrors, with plush animal-print chairs. By daylight, this might be rather gaudy, but at night by the room is lit by the chandeliers and it's like being inside a shimmering jewel-box. The food was excellent and the waiters very good. All the staff were great, but the receptionist was amazing, the perfect combination of friendliness and professionalism. Every request was performed with a smile and she was a total pleasure to deal with. The location of the hotel is great; in a quiet street away from the noisy, crowded areas but within easy walking distance of all the sights. We greatly enjoyed our stay and would recommend it to anyone.
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- Also Known As:
- Alchymist Residence Nosticova Prague
- Alchymist Residence Nosticova Hotel Prague