Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague

Prague's Asian-themed boutique stay
Tucked away among the winding cobblestone streets of the Old Town, Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague brings rich Eastern style to the heart of the Czech capital.

The first Buddha-Bar in the world (other locations include Budapest and Paris), this luxury boutique hotel merges the best of the brand — stunning interior décor, designer furniture and Asian enchantment — with all the luxe amenities expected from a contemporary city property. That means a great location, nifty in-room technology and tempting dining and spa facilities.

With atmospheric lighting, a dramatic red-heavy color scheme and decadent rooms, Buddha-Bar is one of the more romantic hotels in Prague.
Our Inspector's Highlights

  • The refreshing welcome cocktail (called White Lotus – a mix of vodka, ginger, elderberry liqueur and apple juice) and the delicious chocolates at turndown are thoughtful extras.
  • The luxury hotel’s décor, which deftly combines French and Asian influences, is sultry and appealing. Look closer and you’ll see some local influence in the form of Bohemian crystal light fixtures from Czech glassmaker Preciosa.
  • The bright and breezy Siddharta Cafe is where the breakfast buffet is served. It also stays open the rest of the day, turning out eclectic European-Asian fusion dishes such as grilled filet mignon with fried udon noodles, pak choi salad and hoisin sauce.
  • The Buddha-Bar restaurant below the hotel serves out-and-out Asian cuisine, including fresh sushi.
  • The spa suite in this Prague hotel is small but cocoons you in bliss. A variety of treatments is available alongside an array of relaxing extras, like the Jacuzzi and hammam.

Things to Know

  • As a small boutique stay, Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague does not have a gym of its own. However, you’ll enjoy free passes to the nearbyFitness Kotva, which has extensive cardio, aerobic and strength training facilities.
  • The Buddha-Bar Prague restaurant, located within the building, is managed independently of the hotel, so you are not able to charge your dinner bill to your room.
  • There’s only one spa treatment room in this hip hotel, so you’ll want to book yourself in as soon as you can. Save time by sampling and selecting your massage oils and fragrances at reception.
  • Valet parking is available, but with such a walkable locale, it’s best to forego your own wheels.

The Rooms

  • The Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague has 35 luxurious rooms with romantic French-Asian-inspired designer furnishings. Expect firm but comfy king beds, Bang & Olufsen TVs, Nespresso machines, generous closets, soothing rain shower heads and standalone dragon-mosaic bathtubs.
  • There are also three suites that swap the designer tubs for extravagant Jacuzzi baths.
  • The top Buddha Suite covers 839 square feet of attic space and includes extras like a freestanding fireplace, a cosmetic corner and flashes of gold and blue amid the sea of red.
  • Every accommodation in this boutique hotel features large windows looking out over the Old Town, thoughthick curtains are usually pulled across to maintain the aesthetic.
  • You will also find a Handy mobile device in each room, allowing for free Internet and international calls, Prague city guides and on-the-go concierge services during your stay.

Nearby Attractions
  • With its prime location at the edge of Old Town, Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague puts most of the Czech capital’s renowned attractions within easy walking distance.
  • The Old Town Square, including its iconic Astronomical Clock, is a mere five-minute walk away, while the famous Powder Tower and shopping streetNa Prikope are even closer.
  • Wenceslas Square, the Jewish Quarter and Charles Bridge are all less than a 20-minute stroll from this stylish stay.
  • Fine-dining restaurants like the heralded La Degustation Boheme Bourgeoise are walkable, as are famed music venues Obecni Dum and The Estates Theatre. 

Pet friendly
Getting There
Jakubská 8 Prague, 11000 Czech Republic
NeighborhoodOld Town
PRG (18-28 min)  
Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
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