Mandarin Oriental, Prague – Full harmony of feelings!

Each Mandarin Oriental Chain hotel has its eleven-bladed fan, which symbolizes 11 rules for personnel. They are kept in strict confidence and repeated every morning. The fan is symbol of everything Mandarin Oriental represent.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel Hong Kong, the first hotel of the chain, was opened in 1963. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is one of the best luxury city hotels in the world. Today 41  hotels representing over 10,000 rooms in 26 countries, with 17 hotels in Asia, 13 in The Americas and 11 in Europe, Middle East and North Africa.

GI spent amazing time in Mandarin Oriental Prague.

Built on the site of a former 14th century monastery with high contemporary design blending seamlessly with period architectural features, Mandarin Oriental, Prague is a luxury hotel and a beautifully preserved piece of history.

Since Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Prague was voted best in Europe by readers of the prestigious Luxury Spa Finder magazine, and GI team spent most of its time there. Important to mention that it is the only spa in the world located in a Renaissance chapel. The more time you take in the therapeutic spa the longer your body, mind and spirit will remain in harmony. This is why GI  took  half day and full day programmes.

Full Day Signature Package Mandarin Oriental Signature Therapy combines oriental meridian massage with essential oils to meet your balance needs. It includes detailed nutritional information, exercise guidance, performed with help of the therapist, meditation session, customized spa lunch – based on guest’s element, customized aromatherapy facial, Mandarin Oriental manicure and pedicure.

Spa Facilities has six spa suites, of which two are ideal for couples, private heat and water facilities integrated within the suites: steam showers, vitality pool, Thai massage suite, relaxation area / tea lounge, fitness center, beauty corner, spa boutique to extend your experience at home, exclusive Mandarin Oriental signature products.




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