Luxury hotel holiday Hotel Cosmopolitan Prague Prague

The Hotel Cosmopolitan Prague is in a perfect location for a short city break or a stop as part of one of our luxury touring holidays by rail through central and Eastern Europe. Nestled on a quiet street amid Prague’s Old Town, the hotel is an excellent choice for those seeking elegant and contemporary decoration in a central, historic location, just a short walk to the city’s main sights. After a day spent exploring the nearby sights return to the comfortable and stylish hotel.
Included in your Expressions holiday
  • Accommodation in a double or twin room on bed and breakfast
  • Scheduled flights or rail travel from London back to London as option
  • Concierge service and Expressions Holidays regional helpful hints
  • Optional room, rail and flight upgrades. Details on request

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Cosmoploitan Prague

The Hotel Cosmopolitan Prague is an elegant and stylish hotel which offers an excellent city centre location.

Facts in brief

Official star rating 5

Location Prague

Annual opening All year

Closest airport Vaclav Havel Airport Prague

Distance from airport The hotel is 30-minutes' drive from the airport

Hotel facilities and services

Restaurant, Fitness room and sauna, 24-hour room service, concierge, valet parking, laundry and dry cleaning.

Out and about nearby

Located in Prague’s Old town. A short walk from Wenceslas Square, Old Town Square and Charles Bridge and the Church of St Peter. Within easy reach of shopping and many bars and restaurants.

Holiday price guide This hotel is included in our numerous tailor-made rail holidays and a stay here will be included as part of the touring holiday. However, if you want to book this hotel on its own with flights and transfers as a stand-alone city break, then please contact us for prices.

From about

Holiday Code EXH46178

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Cosmoploitan Prague

The Hotel Cosmopolitan Prague offers a wonderful blend of traditional belle-epoque features and contemporary elegance and style. The historic building, originally a 19th century townhouse, has been converted into a truly luxurious hotel with 106 rooms and suites. Each room is decorated in a simple yet sophisticated way, with neutral and earthy tones, complemented by splashes of brighter colours. En-suites with bath tubs and heated floors complete the modern luxury and comfort. The hotels suites, named after famous drinks, offer spacious accommodation with additional living areas. The same level of sophistication is evident downstairs in the lobby where marble floors and high ceilings create a chic and stylish ambience. Enjoy a hearty breakfast in the hotel’s Next Door Restaurant which also serves dinners in the evenings. In the restaurant the beautiful combination of traditional and contemporary is particularly apparent. The modern wooden furnishings and overhanging lights contrast nicely with the ornate 19th century ceiling fresco, which oozes traditional charm. In the evenings enjoy the modern Czech cuisine from a menu designed by the chef Zdenek Pohlreich. Our clients will also enjoy the fitness room and sauna available at the hotel and the range of massage treatments at the hotel’s nearby sister property. The Hotel Cosmopolitan offers an elegant mixture of traditional features and contemporary style as well as an excellent city centre location. A luxurious yet comfortable base from which to explore Prague.

Room descriptions

The Hotel Cosmopolitan Prague has 160 room all with, air conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, TV and minibar.

Deluxe Rooms
Executive Rooms
Gin and Tonic Suite with separate living area
Martini Suite with separate living area
Cosmopolitan Suite with separate living area

Holiday price guide This hotel is included in our numerous tailor-made rail holidays and a stay here will be included as part of the touring holiday. However, if you want to book this hotel on its own with flights and transfers as a stand-alone city break, then please contact us for prices.

From about

Holiday Code EXH46178

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Cosmoploitan Prague

The journey and how you get there

For a holiday to Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague, our clients usually arrive by train or air. By train, you arrive at Prague Hlavni station and then take a taxi. The hotel is about 5-10 minutes by car from the station. The airport is names after Vaclav Havel and is about 17 kms from the city centre. A taxi takes about 30 minutes or there is the Airport Express bus which runs from the airport to Hlvani station and takes about 35 minutes. We can arrange a private car transfer for you from the airport.

Additional information

Children: Children are welcome at the hotel. Extra beds and cots are available on request. Interconnecting rooms are also available on request. Children under the age of 3 stay for free when sharing with their parents (subject to maximum room occupancy).

Holiday price guide This hotel is included in our numerous tailor-made rail holidays and a stay here will be included as part of the touring holiday. However, if you want to book this hotel on its own with flights and transfers as a stand-alone city break, then please contact us for prices.

From about

Holiday Code EXH46178

Luxury bespoke holidays and tours to Hotel Cosmoploitan Prague

About Czech Republic

An Expressions tailor-made holiday to Prague will capture the imagination of tourist, particularly during the winter months, when it becomes something of a sublime, icy wonderland. Its streets tell of magnificent dynasties, impressive battles, and a warm and welcoming culture that is ever-evolving. But this interest extends beyond the Czech Republic's capital, into the towns and cities beyond, with their colourful buildings and majestic squares, and the Gothic castles and chateaux that keep watch over the hillsides. Despite the emerging innovation of the Czech Republic's food scene and the modern, urban twist to the cities, this is a country that is firmly rooted in long-standing tradition and folklore. South Bohemia is the best place to experience this, with the plentiful summer festivals that take over towns such as Cesky Krumlov. Ancient traditions take to the streets once more, and the locals enjoy wonderful Czech food, music, and entertainment. One of the country's more famous exports is its beer. Urquell, Budvar, and Staropramen are just some of the names that visitors may recognise. Alongside the increase in gourmet restaurants and eateries across the country, there has been a return to tradition brewing methods and establishments, meaning that a visit to a Czech pub is essential whichever town you stop in. Whether you are drawn in by the history of the country, or attracted by the prospect of sampling Czech cuisine, we are able to offer tailor-made holidays to suit every traveller.

Highlights of the Czech Republic

Just under 20 miles out of the centre of Prague is the 14th century Castle Karlstejn. This Gothic fortress was once home to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV. Moulding to the shape of the hillside, it is split across three terraces, each relating to a different level of importance; at the bottom is the Imperial Palace, then the Marian Town, and finally the Big Tower at the top. The Big Tower was left vacant for God, with just a chapel inside, while the Empress lived in the Marian Tower, and the Emperor and Knights lived in the Imperial Palace. For an authentic taste of traditional Bohemia, head to Cesky Krumlov, situated further along the Vltava River. The town itself has been brilliantly preserved since the 18th century, with terracotta roofs, cobblestone streets, brightly coloured walls, and a stunning Bohemian Castle. The main pleasure of this town comes from simply wandering along its picturesque streets, stopping in local restaurants and cafes for some of the local food. To the east of Prague, is Kutna Hora, a town that began as a Bohemian monastery in the 12th century. The surrounding mountains were rich with silver, which lead the town to flourish. Today, Gothic buildings from a time of German rule are set beside a five-naved cathedral, the Italian Court Royal Residence, the Stone Haus, and the St Barbaras Church, all of which add a further dimension to a trip to the Czech Republic. Built around a hot spring reputed to have healing properties in western Czechia is Karlovy Vary. The colour and quaintness of this town is almost unparalleled across the country. The ice cream colours of each of the houses are brought to life by the dense forested areas all around. The highlights of this town, however, are its opulent spas, first commissioned by Charles IV. Many of these buildings were in part destroyed in the 18th and 19th centuries, but one prominent spa remains, dating back over six centuries. In the south-east of the country, your cultural and geographical exploration will continue, be it in the stunning underground caves and gorges of the Moravian Karst or in the waterside Renaissance palace at Telc.

Cultural highlights of the Czech Republic

One of Europe's most popular cities, Prague is the Czech Republic's capital city. Clustered around the banks of the Vltava River, Prague is also the capital of the historic and charming region of Bohemia, and was once the seat of the Roman Empire. Its streets are rich in both Gothic and Renaissance architecture, the balance of which gives it its unique, enchanting atmosphere. The Charles Bridge is one of its most popular attractions and has crossed from Old Town into Lesser Town for over 600 years. As well as bustling with pedestrians, the Charles Bridge is the workplace of many musicians, artists, and vendors. Prague is a city of many squares, but none are more impressive than the Old Town Square, lined with magnificent townhouses that demonstrate everything from Rococo to Romanesque architecture. From here, you can appreciate the Tyn Cathedral, the St Nicholas Church, as well as the Old Town Hall. On the horizon is Prague Castle, which sprawls out across the city's highest point. Once a wooden fortress, it now encompasses the St Vitus Cathedral, a basilica, a monastery, beautiful gardens, and royal stables. For those looking for something slightly off the beaten path, it is worth seeking out the house in which Kafka lived, as well as the peaceful cemetery in which he was buried.

Facts in brief

Capital Prague
Airport Prague-Ruzyne
Size 78,865km²
Population 10 million
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