Aria hotel is a 5 star property that opened only a few years ago. The hotel, located in Mala Strana district, right next to the American embassy, is a very stylish and elegant property. Still it is not like any other 5 star hotel in Prague, it stands out thanks to its love of music!
Aria hotel, culture and music
As many people would tell you, Prague is definitely a city of culture, and music is part of it. Aria has been developed in a way that it would show to its guests Prague’s great musical heritage. The hotel dedicates each of his floors to one music style, and each room is dedicated to an artist. And when you get to your room, you’ll have another surprise! On top of staying in very cozy and comfortable rooms, you’ll have the chance to listen to the best CD’s of your room’s dedicated artist!
The way that Aria hotel was developed is truly original and whether you’re a music fan or not, we still advise you to have a look at this hotel, where on top of having a very pleasant stay, you’ll have a unique cultural experience, even in the comfort of your room!
Karlovy Lazne is a well known night club in Prague, namely by tourists, as this is one of the biggest music club in Central Europe. It has 5 floors and each floor has a dedicated music style.
Karlovy Lazne, the largest club in Central Europe
You may have heard about it and feel like checking it out, but it’s definitely nothing special. In fact, the interior rather looks like a big hall that has been rented for a large student party (which is why you’ll understand that at the end of the night it’s dirty everywhere), and the place is full of young teenagers, a great part of them being tourists.
It’s not really a place that we would recommend, unless you’re a big group of teenagers willing to try something a little different. Just a quick tip: some bartenders tend to keep (too often) your change, assuming all loose change is a tip… Finally be aware that you’ll have to pay to get in, and it’ll cost you more than 100 CZK if you get in after 10pm.
If you’re still curious and want to check their website: Karlovy Lazne
Prague is a bustling city in the daytime but also at night! There is a great choice of bars, pubs and clubs opened until late.
Unlike many capital cities, you either don’t pay or only pay a small fee in many of the places where you go out. In fact, local pubs are where the majority of people go out, and like any other night clubs, you have music and can dance until late at night! Whether you’re a fan of cheesy music, techno, rap, or any alternative style, you’ll always have a good place to go to!
Drinks are usually quite cheap. For a beer – there are many really good ones in Czech Republic – you may end up paying around 2 EUR, and slightly more for liquor and cocktails: generally from 4 to 5 EUR.
Check our night life section to read reviews on some good places to go!
NB: Alchol abuse is detrimental to your health