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By Neharika Padala | January 29 2015
The cobbled lanes and picturesque landscapes are just some of the great joys of this city, whilst the Czech beer is world famous.
Inevitably, such a rich heritage ensures that this city is home to a number of upscale bars, from family-run bar Tretter’s to Cigar Bar in Boscolo Prague.
Tretter’s bar, a continuance of a family tradition spanning over 90 years, serves an array of cocktails in a sleek and sophisticated setting.
Popular with the well-heeled crowd of Prague, the red decor and mahogany tables evoke a stylish New York inspired feel creating a warm and welcoming ambience.
Situated in Mandarin Oriental Prague, Barego is a sleek bar boasting a marble and pillar box red interior.
The contemporary decor also features blue lights designed to represent stalagmites and stalactites rising up from the bar and coming down from the ceiling.
Its cocktail menu is equally as interesting and features drinks such as the ‘Monastery Smokey Martini’, a mixture of Bombay Sapphire Gin, Noilly Prat and Laphroig. The extensive bar menu also serves sushi and house-made sweets.
This stylish restaurant, bar and lounge is located within Four Seasons Hotel Prague and boasts an informal yet elegant setting.
Taking inspiration from the design and architecture of Prague, CottoCrudo boasts leather booths, decorative light fixtures and stunning wine displays.
The wine list contains over 360 labels and an eclectic cocktail list showcasing Italian and Czech twists on classic recipes.
Zinc Lounge Bar proudly serves speciality coffees, a variety of delicious snacks and a tempting selection of cocktails.
Situated within the Hilton Prague Old Town Hotel, Zinc boasts an Art Deco interior and is the perfect spot to enjoy a drink after a day exploring the city.
Situated in what was once a bank, Cigar Bar now houses a precious collection of cigars and a refined selection of cognacs, liquors and prestigious wines.
Nestled within the luxurious Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa, the Lobby Bar is an ideal spot for pre-dinner drinks.
They proudly serve a wide range of cocktails and alcoholic beverages as well as a selection of cognacs, whiskies, brandies and Cuban cigars.
This 16th century palace boasts vaulted ceilings and antique furniture, creating a luxurious backdrop where you can enjoy drinks in style.
Dating back to 1897, this bar is located within Hotel Le Palais, situated in an exclusive residential area of Prague and a fifteen minute walk from Wenceslas Square and the National Museum.
Yet despite its setting in the city centre, the Lobby Bar at Le Palais exudes calm and tranquillity with its distinctive Belle Epoque architecture style.
The newly designed bar offers single malt whiskies and a wide selection of international cocktails.