Prague’s Hot Hotels, Restaurants & Coffee Spots

The Wonderful World of Dance flew to the stunning bohemian city of Prague to meet principal ballerina, Andrea Kramesova at the gorgeous Czech National Ballet studios.


BoHo Hotel Prague is the hottest luxury boutique hotel just a few steps from the old town. Newly opened, you can chill in the elegant rooms, relax in the decadent reading rooms, sip a cocktail in the uber cool long bar or indulge in the heavenly tranquil spa. Perfect oasis in the heart of Prague.


The historical building of the National Theatre, constructed in 1883, glows in the evening light and is must see even if you’re not catching a performance.


We hired a bike and cycled the cobbled streets taking in cultural sites and gothic buildings. Head along the river from the famous Cafe Slavia for great views of the Prague Castle and the National Theatre.

Prague astronomical clock


Take in a dance class at the Gaga Worskhop (no this is not Lady Gaga!) presented by Gaga Movement Ltd, 420 People and the National Theatre in Prague.

Watch Czech National Ballet perform Petr Zuska’s Romeo and Juliet at The Karlín theatre.


Outside the Czech National Ballet studios is the cutest little coffee shop Tricafe, that does sweet cakes and strong coffee.

Where to drink coffee in Prague?


For traditional Czech food, head to U medvídku for veprové, knedlíky a zelí (pork, dumplings and sauerkraut) served in a wooden panelled, rowdy room with a friendly pub vibe.