Prague, Czech Republic
Almanac X Prague
What it is
A revamped Art Deco retreat with 204 rooms and artful public spaces, such as a glitzy restaurant, hip coffee shop and soon-to-open rooftop bar.
What it isn't
Thirsty. The Alcron cocktail bar ensures guests topnotch tipples into the wee hours, plus Czech delights like onion soup and venison with elderberry.
What we think
X marks the spot for style at Almanac X Prague. Tucked inside a sumptuously redone 1932 building, the hotel is a jewel box of eye candy interiors—twinkly chandeliers here, Art Deco-inspired furniture there. Even the most basic room is anything but, thanks to chicly mirrored walls, herringbone wood floors and Deco-looking furniture. Because rooms start at 312 square feet, you may want to book a more spacious option—like a 452-square-foot Junior Suite with a sitting room and dining table—if you’re traveling with your partner or littles. Whatever you select, you can expect luxuries galore: including a rain shower, a gratis mini bar, and robes and slippers for relaxing evenings in after a day pounding the cobblestones.
You're here because
The hotel’s 24 hour gym and sauna ensure you won’t go home packing too many goulash kilos.
You adore a locavore restaurant, but especially one that’s been cherished for decades. So the hotel’s 1932 Alcron is serving everything you could want…including charcuterie platters culled from regional farms.
Restaurants & Bars
Alcron Restaurant - Where Czech culinary history was made. Since 1932, the Alcron has been a benchmark for cooking in the country, famous for the very best in cuisine and service.
Alcron Bar - Sip craft cocktails while taking in a modern vibe at one of the coolest bars in Prague.
Coffee Shop - Drink in the smell of freshly roasted specialty coffee while ordering healthy snacks and treats to boost your mind and body at the new coffee shop in Prague.
Alcron Rooftop (opening 2024) - Sip bubbles with the view from the Alcron rooftop or indulge yourself with culinary delights from the restaurant and bar.
Edging Prague’s Old Town, a five block walk from the Lego Museum (home to some 2,500 models) and just two blocks from the iconic Národní museum—opened in 1818 and their answer to the Smithsonian.