Summer Alfresco with Four Seasons Hotel Prague

22nd Jun 2011
Summer Alfresco with Four Seasons Hotel Prague

For the summer season, Four Seasons Hotel Prague has created a Summer Alfresco package including two nights accommodation, daily breakfast and lunch for two at Allegro, the only Michelin star restaurant in the city. The package is available from June 26 to September 6, 2011.

Petr Zezula, Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Prague and President of Clef d´Or for the Czech Republic, comments: “Our concierge team is ready to advise on new and exciting activities for individuals, couples and also family getaways. There is so much to do in Prague that can be enjoyed in the outdoors - from classical music concerts to boat trips on Vltava River, historical tram tours and alfresco terrace dining, a summer must-do in the city.”

Unique tours

For those passionate about photography or just wanting a different view of the city, the Hotel has created a private Prague at Dawn tour that takes in the early morning sights in the city, including a wonderful breakfast at a traditional art deco restaurant popular with Czech locals - Café Savoy.

A Vintage Car Tour gives guests the opportunity to discover Prague and the surrounding countryside in a stylish vintage car from the 1920s. The city tour can be combined with a half day trip to the medieval Karlstejn Castle where an after-hours tour can be privately arranged or a trip to Nelahozeves Castle. Perhaps a picnic basket from Four Seasons completes the perfect outdoor day. For those who have fantasised about driving a vintage car, 30 minutes of self-driving outside the city can be arranged.


Golfing, running and biking around Prague

Another options for visitors addicted to sport: concierge Peter is a big fan of golf and ready to take guests to the best fields and play. Stanislav, another Concierge team member, regularly participates in the Prague marathon and knows the best running tracks in the city. Hotel guests are invited to join him and explore Prague on the run. Another staff member, Martin, participated in the most difficult bike marathon in Europe – 206 km long in Alps. For guests enjoying cycling, he will prepare the map and take them for ride.



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