Centuries of Style Continue to Evolve

Four historic eras are represented by the Hotel's buildings: Baroque (1568), Classical (1827), Renaissance (1883) and modern (2001)

Four Seasons Hotel Prague emerged from the careful assembly of four distinct buildings on the banks of the Vltava River. Each originates in a different era: Renaissance, Classical, Baroque and modern. Preserving period details has been the priority of the present-day architects who have transformed the buildings into one of Central Europe’s finest hotels while maintaining the charming character of the Old Town.

Within, décor evokes the past, with 20th-century touches such as windows and chandeliers that draw on the talents of the city’s world-famous glass artisans. Finally, with the addition of modern paintings and sculptures by Czech artists, guests may glimpse the future as it once again evolves out of the past.