Aria Hotel is located in the Mala Strana neighborhood of Prague, close to Lesser Town Square, Prague Castle, and St. Vitus Cathedral. Nearby points of interest also include Charles Bridge and Charles University.
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"Another brilliant stay at the Aria"
The Aria is the best hotel we've stayed in when visiting Prague. The staff are unbelievable courteous & friendly. Service is excellent and the rooms are all well equipped with mod-cons including free wi-fi. This was our 4th or 5th time at the Aria, and we're hoping to re-visit later this year for a longer stay. The hotel is fairly central, 20 minute walk (uphill) to the Castle, 10 minute walk to the Charles bridge and Old Town etc. Plenty of sightseeing within an easy 10 minute walk.
"Short visit to Prague"
Excellent all round service and facilities supported by very friendly and helpful Staff. Front desk staff recommended sites and locations to visit in Prague which was beneficial. The Hotel was recommended by younger members of the family who stayed during February 2016 and we were not disappointed !!
"Beautiful hotel very well located"
A very different type of hotel - musically themed! We stayed in a Classic room which was very well appointed and much larger than most comparable standard hotel rooms. The room came with your own personal iPad linked to a large screen TV so that you could choose your own music/movies to watch - a nice touch! The food was excellent and the overall quality of the hotel what you would expect from a five star establishment. Certainly well worth visiting and we would definitely stay there again! The roof garden has spectacular views (but is understandably closed in the winter).
"Aria Hotel Prague is exceptional."
I returned yesterday from a 4-nt stay at this property and was thoroughly pleased. I considered numerous properties and chose Aria based on recommendations and was so glad that I made this decision. The hotel is relatively small but the service was exceptional. The hotel is very classy and sophisticated while also being cozy and unpretentious and the staff is very welcoming. There are framed caricatures of musical artist legends on the walls throughout the various floors and the Apple TV within the rooms has thousands of songs among many music genres to enjoy while you're in your room. Coda Restaurant has an amazing menu but be sure to make reservations as they are often full. A grand piano in the lounge is played by fabulous pianists in the evenings. It's a great place to get comfortable while having drinks or dinner and listening to the beautiful music. I really liked everything about this property. It's in a great location within easy walking distance to many of the historic sites and I felt very safe at all times. This was my first visit to Prague and is the only place I would stay at when I return.
"Festive New Year's Eve"
Stayed here over New Year's Eve. The location of the hotel is excellent, right in the middle of everything, and the staff are wonderful--knowledgeable and always ready to help. In particular, there was a gentleman, who I think may have been the bar/restaurant manager as he was always wearing a more formal suit than the other staff, who just made our stay. He always greeted you with a smile (and it felt like he was always there!), and we just enjoyed speaking with him and getting to know him. On New Year's Eve, besides the dinner and dancing/music, they have a roof deck which they open up to watch all the fireworks while you enjoy your champagne. It was an amazing panoramic view with all the fireworks going off. The room itself was very large, but started to look a little outdated and drab (for example, the carpet in the room was rather dirty). All of the fun musical amenities throughout the hotel more than made up for it though. My husband, who loves all kinds of music, was really into it. Also, we are normally public transit folks, as we don't even own a car for our every day lives. We took the public transit from the airport to the hotel, and then the hotel arranged a car for us to the airport when we departed. Honestly, the car was rather inexpensive (I think it was $30 including gratuity), and well worth it. The hotel is near public transit, but if you are not used to hauling suitcases up steep hills that are also made of cobblestone and lightly dusted with snow (i.e., very slippery), the $30 will be well worth it. You also have to take a train and a bus to get to/from the hotel to the airport, so again, worth the extra money in my opinion.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 1:00 PM