The Czech Republic is home to some wonderful wines and beers, but sometimes a cocktail is in order. A hotel bar is more than a convenient stop for a nightcap. The bar programs often have knowledgeable staff and skillful bartenders.
Take a seat at one of these best hotel bars in Prague.
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This contemporary bar at the Prague Mandarin Oriental is a lovely and bustling spot for a cocktail. The dimly-lit bar comes to life at night and features a great menu of wines, beer and original cocktails.
This Asian-inspired hotel is richly decorated and quite cozy. Settle into the bar for well-balanced cocktails and mixed drinks. You’ll find frozen concoctions during the summer, but you can never go wrong with a classic here.
This bar is located in the basement of the Hotel U Prince. Enter through the hotel and ask someone at the front desk to escort you down to the bar. There’s an extensive menu, but try the Moravian sour for a regional spin.
Located at the Four Seasons Prague, the Cottocrudo Bar is a sleekly designed bar with crystal touches and Chesterfield walls. Browse the wide wine menu, but consider a cocktail from their eclectic menu. The Ziya is a deliciously balanced pick.
The Refectory at the Augustine Hotel in Prague is set in the monks’ former dining hall as the hotel is housed inside a former 13th-century monastery. Its contemporary design is matched by bright hues and varied textures. Try a signature “Angels Cocktail” for a truly delightful experience.
Located on the rooftop of the Hilton Prague, this is a fun atmosphere when the sun goes down. Take a seat on one of the leather sofas with a drink in hand and observe the city’s skyline as the sunsets. So, order something from the Bartender’s Choice menu and enjoy the night.
At the Mosaic House in Prague, La Loca Music Bar and Lounge is a lively stop any night of the week. Music and drinks flow freely until the early morning hours, so you’ll never miss a beat. Order a cocktail and get ready to dance.