|Afternoon tea at the Four Seasons Prague, the best hotel in Prague|
By the way, this is my favourite hotel in Prague.
It has a great location with views of the river and the castle, and it also has beautiful rooms.
There’s also something to be said about a hotel where all the staff know your name the moment you check in. It makes you feel really at home.
And, believe me, I’m a very loyal customer to hotels like these. It’s nice to keep returning to a hotel where everyone greets you by name from Day 1.
Talk about great customer service.
JUST LIKE HOME
Still don’t know how they do it either, but I checked in at about 11 AM a few days ago, and from that moment onwards, I swear everyone from the bellman to the concierge and the lovely ladies and gentlemen in the lobby lounges and restaurant knew who I was.
We dropped our bags and then I put on my winter wear and then we went to walk to the famous bridge of Prague a few minutes away. The doorman greeted me by name as we walked out.
The Four Seasons Prague sure feels like home — no kidding, everyone makes you feel so at home and comfortable. And what a lovely home this is.
Anyway, for a proper Czech afternoon tea after our walk, we had a steaming cups of chocolate in the Four Seasons Prague lobby and all kinds of goodies from a trolley by the piano.
As usual, my eyes traveled faster than my senses so we ended up ordering a little bit of everything as I wanted to try every single cake. There was a delicious and dangerous one that looked like an ordinary chocolate cake, except it was full of liquor.
I ate two slices of these chocolate cakes.
|The Four Seasons Prague, the best hotel in Prague|
The most unusual one — and my favorite — was a traditional Christmas cake from the Czech Republic with liquor and melty syrup, covered with colourful gum icing.
It was lovely and, again, I ate way more than I should have done, on a beautiful winter afternoon in Prague, living a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful #Travelife.