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    Augustine Boutique Hotel in Prague

    The Augustine in Prague oozes boutique hotel perfection when you look at the recipe that went into the property. Mix together the bones of a 13th century monastery with the enchantment of Prague’s quaint neighborhood with cobblestone roads and medieval houses, then add in a hip hotel brand and you get Augustine. 

    With a location in the heart of historical Prague and the Charles Bridge just a hop away, each of the 101 guestrooms and suites offer sweeping views of ancient Prague (think red tiled rooftops and ornate spires) or the untouched courtyard leftover from the days of the monastery.  Speaking of sleeping quarters, each guestroom boasts its own unique architectural features, spacious interiors, and upgraded luxurious amenities. 

    Various restaurant and lounge options don’t disappoint either. Barrel-vaulted spaces, floor-to-ceiling windows, ancient trees, terraces with serene views and floating terracotta floors are just some of the magnificent features which make up the dining experience. 

    Lastly, no boutique hotel experience is complete without a chance to unwind. Dive into tranquility at the Augustine’s cave-like spa. 

    Feel free to explore more about this hotel. A stay at the Augustine Hotel will leave a lasting impression on your vacation. 

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