Wenceslas Square is the most famous square in Prague – jam-packed with attractions, restaurants and seriously late-night bars - and you're right on it. The Old Town can be reached in 900 yards, and there are tram and metro stops a few steps away. This elegant and luxurious hotel is also next to The National Museum. The grand rooms overlook the square, museum or the peaceful inner courtyard, and the bathrooms feature a wide selection of amenities – including fabulous L'Occitane cosmetics. The Como Restaurant & Cafe is famous for Mediterranean cuisine, as well as traditional Czech, and serves a large and varied breakfast buffet. There is also a terrace overlooking Wenceslas Square, and live music is played most days. This hotel even has a wonderfully unique feature – a previously concealed nuclear fallout shelter from the 50s, where communist leaders would have gathered in the case of nuclear war – and they also display Andy Warhol's original screen print of Franz Kafka in the lobby.