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Aria Hotel Prague by Library Hotel Collection
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Reviewed 30 May 2012

Rarely does a hotel hit all the right notes, but Aria does. From the fabulous, eager to help staff, to the marvelous facilities, this boutique hotel is platinum. Superbly situated within walking distance between major areas of interest, the hotel offers distinctive rooms dedicated to different composers. Our room had a large king bed, rare for Europe, an in room computer plus wifi, and a spacious bath and closet space. The decor is modern (yet warm), coordinated and first rate.

The positively gorgeous lobby area beyond the reception area is ginormous and filled with comfortable seating and alcoves to relax and have a drink or snack. Two giant skylights provide light over this and the adjacent bar/eating area. The included breakfast was marvelous, with eggs made to order. There is even a surround sound screening room with more videos available to view in it than many video rental places. What a great option for those rainy or too cold afternoons. My wife used the spa and said it was better than most in the hoity toits elsewhere.

We are extensive world travellers, and have pretty much nearly seen it all. The Aria is at the top of our list for amenities, great staff and superb comfort. Skip the plastic and glass high rise and go here. Did I mention the great staff? Every one of them was eager to help, from the concierge to the driver who picked us up from the airport. If you go to Prague, this is THE hotel.

Room Tip: Not a bad room in the place.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 29 May 2012

I like this kind of hotels. Service was very helpful and food very good. Nice clean hotel with good situation in beautiful Prague. I hope to come again to Prague and probably I will stay in same hotel like this time. Really "BELLINO".Price are also very good just what I can say is the service and high quality of the sauna etc.Missing it

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled on business
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1  Thank Adriano L
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Reviewed 28 May 2012

Everything about Aria Hotel is top notch. We had a junior suite which was large and very comfortable. We took advantage of the three nights for the price of two offer, so the price was quite reasonable. The included breakfast was fantastic. The concierge Ivana was very helpful ... she found last minute tickets to an excellent concert at the Rudolfinum for us. The staff was super nice and since it is a rather small hotel they recognize all the guests as they pass through the lobby. We loved the free access to the Vrtbovska Garden, through a door at the rear of the lobby. We loved the artwork on display throughout the hotel. The location was great as well, a short walk from both the Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge. The US embassy is a couple of doors away. It's a quieter and less touristy neighborhood than the Old Town Square area. Go for it!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 26 May 2012

We stayed here 7 nights on our recent stay in Prague and found this to be a wonderful hotel. It is not cheap, but at the same time, I think it is a good value based on the service and all the extras. The location in the Little Quarter is ideal, and just a little bit removed from the "main drag", while near everything. The breakfast buffet is very complete and very good quality food. The hotel has access to a wonderful garden in the back, and we spent a good bit of time there. We booked a Junior Suite--plenty of room, and the bath was spacious as well. Very professional staff. We ate at the affiliated restaurant, which serves both in a dining room on the first floor and on a wonderful rooftop seating area. Again, not cheap, bit very good food.

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 May 2012

Staying in Aria hotel is a pure luxury. You'll leave the hotel relaxed and happy after all that pampering. At least we did.
My partner and I stayed in Aria for two nights, and I'm glad I chose this hotel although it wasn't cheapest option. We paid about 200 euros per night and I think we got really good value for our money.
After we had arrived and checked in we - like all other customers, too - got a personalized tour around the hotel ending up drinking Eastern European sparkling wine and enjoying amuse-bouche in a lovely piano bar under a glass roof.
Aria is a music hotel and each floor and room has its own music theme.
Our Jazz room, named after Louis Armstrong, was a high-tech paradise and included iPod, flat screen television, DVD player and speakers.
In hotel's library you can borrow art books, movies and music for free. You can watch DVDs either in a small cinema next to the library or in your very own bed. Also popcorn and soft drinks are available for request.
Breakfast has relatively small selection but the quality is better than in many chain hotels. You can also mix orange juice and sparkling wine and make mimosa and start your day in style.
The hotel is located in a beautiful area called Malá Strana. Taking taxi to center cost about 8 euro but I would recommend to walk. It takes 10-15 minutes and on the way you will cross the magical Charles Bridge.
The only negative thing is that the hotel doesn't have a spa. There is a sauna that I wouldn't call as sauna.

  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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