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With Charles Bridge on one side and the Old Town Square on the other, the location of the Four Seasons Hotel Prague can’t be beat, but that’s not all this hotel does well. There are the classically executed interiors as well, blending Baroque and Renaissance styles that nod at the glory days of the Austro-Hungarian empire. A stay here is a lesson in old-world luxury, weirdly reminiscent of Paris's Four Seasons Hotel George V, and why wouldn’t it be? Both are Four Seasons, and with Prague often called the Paris of Eastern Europe, we wouldn’t expect anything less of its outpost in the bohemian city. Then, of course, the rooms are cozy retreats of dark woods, plush fabrics and crystal chandeliers. For more eye candy, look out of the window for sprawling views of the river and the red-tiled rooftops of the old town, or you could head to the CottoCrudo restaurant and bar for more of the same views- and old-world charm- but to the finest Italian cuisine and cocktails in Prague.