Housed in a former theatre, the Aria pays fitting tribute to Prague’s esteemed musical credentials. Rhythm and harmony are at the city’s core: Mozart premiered his Symphony No 38 in D major here in 1787, leading to the commission for his operatic masterpiece, Don Giovanni. Every evening, intoxicating jazz floats from bars, and churches are transformed into stunning concert halls.
The Aria’s 51 modern, design-led rooms include 22 suites, spread across four floors dedicated to different genres: classical, opera, jazz or contemporary. Whimsical caricatures of talents as varied as Bach and Sammy Davis Jr. grace the walls; downstairs, live music is played on a concert-standard grand piano in the garden atrium. The hotel’s musical director can direct guests to spots in the surrounding Lesser Town (Prague’s impressive 9th-century castle is a short walk away), or across the handsome Charles Bridge to the medieval Old Town – all guaranteed to hit the right note.
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