Even if it weren’t arguably the grandest hotel in all of Prague, you’re simply not going to find a hotel better located than the five-star Four Seasons Hotel Prague, at the foot of the Charles Bridge in the medieval Old Town, with views across the Vltava to Prague Castle in one direction, and over the Jewish Quarter and Rudolfinum Concert Hall in the other. The 157-room hotel is, in fact, three distinctly historic buildings reflecting centuries of architectural design – dating from 1568 (Baroque), 1827 (Neo-Classical), 1883(Neo-Renassiance) – and tied together by the contemporary main building, built in 2001. Given a sumptuous makeover in 2012 by renowned French designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, including the elegant AVA spa, the property feels at once stylishly modern and classically refined. And, of course, you’ll find the discreet, attentive service and in-room amenities that help define the Four Seasons brand. Don’t miss a chance to at least have lunch at CottoCrudo, the riverside Italian/Mediterranean restaurant and bar that is considered one of the best in the city.