Each Aria guest room offers supreme comfort, soundproof peace and privacy, and celebrates the work of an individual Musical Legend through a uniquely exquisite design inspired by Opera, Jazz, Classical, or Contemporary music. Most of our spacious rooms offer a private, furnished, open air balcony with a view overlooking the beautiful Music Garden Courtyard. Studio as well as one-, two- and three-bedroom Opera Suites are available. All of our beds can be customised to your comfort either by removing the pillow top for a firmer experience, or by requesting the addition of a foam mattress topper. Furnishings include a marble bistro table and chairs, as well as a writing table. Luxurious bathrooms feature Italian Onyx showers, signature robes & slippers, bidet toilet and Molton Brown amenities.
Trziste 9 Malá Strana Prague 11800 Czech Republic
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We visited the restaurant was truly impressed with the service, quality, food presentation and the overall dining experience. The menu focused on both local and international dishes and they had a huge collection of wines, cocktails and whiskey to complement your meal. The hotel has a music theme and the ambiance was truly relaxing.
We found using the metro easy and not expensive. We travelled into town on the green line to the museum (mustek) stop. We walked through the wenceslas square and down to the anatomical clock. Christmas markets in the square and then watched the clock at 12 noon. Then went to the Charles bridge (it's a long bridge but worth the visit). Amazing views and worth looking at the statues. Had a lovely pancake in the pancake house over the bridge. The walked towards the palace. Did not go in this time but worth seeing on our next visit. Caught the metro back. The architecture around the city is amazing 1920 onwards. Take a few minutes looking up at the buildings. Watch out for the cobbled streets if you are not steady on your feet. Get a good map or use your phone if free. We used Google maps to direct us around. It's my third visit to the city and each time I see something new. Enjoy your visit
It’s rather hard to say just one nice thing or two about my stay at the Hotel Aria because there were so many nice things but I’ll sum it up, it was delightful! Here are just a few things among others that I found to be really special; the service is extremely kind, the rooms and public areas are elegantly decorated with tasteful musical themes that also make it a fun place to stay. It is located in the area of Prague the beautiful old aristocratic Mala Strana where the castle hill and the palaces of some of Europe’s oldest families are found. There are also within a short walking distance beautiful churches and shrines some of which one can see from one’s bedroom window. I came to Prague to hear the Czech Philharmonic conducted by a famous conductor play Mahlers 9th Symphony. This hotel with its musical themes further enhanced the enjoyment of attending this concert at the Rudolfino in celebration of the Red Velvet Revolution. Even though there was a cold Fall drizzle it actually made the city glisten all the more and the hotel bar and dining room were a cozy welcome retreat. I am so happy that I stayed here and can’t wait to come back in the summer to enjoy it all again plus the roof top dining deck with its magnificent city views!