MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE
BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED IN THE HEART OF PRAGUE
FIVE STAR LUXURY HOTEL

For its majesty, Mandarin Oriental Prague exceeds the simple definition of a Five Star Luxury Hotel, in the heart of the Czech Republic’s prettiest city. The hotel’s rooms and suites exude a sense of elegant style. The hotel offers an enticing blend of historic character and contemporary design. A modern retreat with a centuries old past, the hotel is housed within a former 14th century monastery and is a wonderfully preserved piece of history. Blending contemporary design with period features, it offers a truly unique Sukkot experience. Set against a backdrop of gleaming spires, the hotel is an oasis of monastic calm in the center of Prague’s cobbled streets. The hotel’s rooms and suites exude a sense of elegant style. The hotel offers an enticing blend of historic character and contemporary design, A modern retreat with a centuries-old past, the hotel is within walking distance to Prague Castle, the 14th century Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.

Spread over two floors, the hotel’s spa enjoys a gentle and soothing atmosphere enhanced by the tranquil design and attentive care of the talented therapists. The award-winning chefs of the hotel and service oriented banquet staff will be working in concert with our own outstanding “Kosher Chefs”. They will create a fabulous gourmet culinary experience drawing from the best of Italian, continental and traditional Jewish fare under the Glatt Kosher supervision of Rabbi G.M. Garelik of Milan. Whether it’s in the ballrooms, or tearooms, a large variety of impressive delights awaits you. Our daily religious services along with thought provoking lectures and discussions, children’s program, plus exciting optional sightseeing tours will round out a truly unique Sukkot experience.

  • Close to Prague Castle
  • Five minute walk from the 14th century Charles Bridge
  • Walking distance to Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square
  • Hidden in the quiet cobbled streets of picturesque Malá Strana

 


  

 

PRICE & ROOM INFORMATION

SUKKOT 2019 AT MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE
Category Rates – Per Person Double Occupancy FULL STAY 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23 FULL STAY + PRE WEEKEND 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23 PARTIAL FIRST DAYS 4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 16 PARTIAL MID/LAST DAYS 8 DAYS/7 NTS WED, OCT 16 – WED, OCT 23

SUPERIOR32 sqm/344 sq. ft.

Located in Baroque, Renaissance and Spa Wings, these rooms enjoy an individual design with features such as sloping ceilings or exposed beams. The beautiful bathroom has underfloor heating and either a bath or shower. Street view.

DELUXE38 sqm/409 sq. ft.

Beautiful large rooms reflecting unique history, sitting area with armchairs, either exposed beams or parquet floors. The luxurious bathrooms have a separate bath and stall shower. View stretch over Mala Strana.

TERRACE ROOM 409 sq. ft.

Located in the Garden Wing, these rooms enjoy access to a private terrace overlooking the gardens. Spacious bedroom with sitting area and desk. Beautiful spacious bathrooms with either bath or walk-in-shower.

SUPERIOR € 3,695 € 4,345 € 1,665 € 2,600
DELUXE € 3,895 € 4,545 € 1,755 € 2,730
TERRACE ROOM € 4,195 € 4,845 N/A N/A
JUNIOR SUITE € 4,695 € 5,625 N/A N/A
MANDARIN DELUXE SUITE € 5,295 € 6,325 N/A N/A
SIGNATURE SUITES N/A N/A N/A N/A
SINGLE ROOM RATE € 5,600 € 6,600 N/A N/A
ADDITIONAL OCCUPANTS IN SAME RM
ADULT – 12 & Above (in same rm) € 2,095 € 2,245 € 1,000 € 1,620
CHILD – 3-11 Years (in same rm) € 1,695 € 1,845 € 810 € 1,295
INFANT – under 35 months € 445 € 495 € 200 € 325
ADDITIONAL NIGHT – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10
ADULTS (SUP, DLX, TERR. CATEGORY) € 325
ADULTS (JR. & ONE BEDROOM SUITES) € 545
3RD IN ROOM (ANY AGE) € 175

 

RATES INCLUDE 25% TAX & SERVICE CHARGES
ALL RATES IN EURO

 

ROOMS AVAILABLE
Category Rates – Per Person Double Occupancy
 

SUPERIOR : 344 sq. ft.
Located in Baroque, Renaissance and Spa Wings, these rooms enjoy an individual design with features such as sloping ceilings or exposed beams. The beautiful bathroom has underfloor heating and either a bath or shower. Street view

€ 3,695 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 4,345 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

€ 1,665 4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 16

€ 2,600 8 DAYS/7 NTS WED, OCT 16 – WED, OCT 23

 

DELUXE 409 sq. ft.:
Beautiful large rooms reflecting unique history, sitting area with armchairs, either exposed beams or parquet floors. The luxurious bathrooms have a separate bath and stall shower. View stretch over Mala Strana

€ 3,895 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 4,545 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

€ 1,755 4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 16

€ 2,730 8 DAYS/7 NTS WED, OCT 16 – WED, OCT 23

 

TERRACE ROOM 409 sq. ft.:
Located in the Garden Wing, these rooms enjoy access to a private terrace overlooking the gardens. Spacious bedroom with sitting area and desk. Beautiful spacious bathrooms with either bath or walk-in-shower.

€ 4,195 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 4,845 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

 

JUNIOR SUITE:

€ 4,695 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 5,625 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

 

MANDARIN DELUXE SUITE:

€ 5,295 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 6,325 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

 

SINGLE ROOM RATE

€ 5,600 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 6,600 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

 

ADDITIONAL OCCUPANTS IN SAME RM:
 

ADULT – 12 & Above (in same rm):

€ 2,095 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 2,245 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

€ 1,000 4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 16

€ 1,620 8 DAYS/7 NTS WED, OCT 16 – WED, OCT 23

 

CHILD – 3-11 Years (in same rm):

€ 1,695 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 1,845 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

€ 810 4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 16

€ 1,295 8 DAYS/7 NTS WED, OCT 16 – WED, OCT 23

 

INFANT – under 35 months:

€ 445 11 DAYS/10 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 23

€ 495 13 DAYS/12 NTS FRI, OCT 11 – WED, OCT 23

€ 200 4 DAYS/3 NTS SUN, OCT 13 – WED, OCT 16

€ 325 8 DAYS/7 NTS WED, OCT 16 – WED, OCT 23

 

ADDITIONAL NIGHT – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10
 

ADULTS (SUP, DLX, TERR. CATEGORY)

€ 325

 

ADULTS (JR. & ONE BEDROOM SUITES)

€ 545

 

3RD IN ROOM (ANY AGE)

€ 175

 

RATES INCLUDE 25% TAX & SERVICE CHARGES
ALL RATES IN EURO
 

 

MANDARIN ORIENTAL PRAGUE SCHOLARS 2019

Rabbi Adam Mintz

Adam Mintz, a Modern Orthodox rabbi in New York City and founder of KehilatRayimAhuvim, believes that the greatest challenge facing twenty-first century Jewry is the creation of educated Jews who understand that the key to the Jewish future is the appreciation of the Jewish past. Toward this goal, Rabbi Mintz teaches Jewish history and thought in a variety of venues including weekly lectures and scholarly and Torah lecture series around the country. He has taught at Rutgers University, Brooklyn College, Hunter College and is presently an adjunct professor at City College, New York.  Audio files of his lectures can be found complete with source material at www.rabbimintz.com

July 16, 2019

 

OPTIONAL TOURS

Michaela Efrati will be handling airport transfers and all group tours for our Sukkot guests.
In order to better serve you, please reserve in advance all your transfers and tours. Michaela, will be the contact person for your airport transfers and touring needs. She speaks English fluently. See below her contact information. Michaela offers all types of services including group tours (see below) private transfers and private tours anywhere you want. Private tours must be booked in advance. All payments are made directly to Michaela through PayPal or cash.

CONTACT PERSON: MICHAELA EFRATI
email: michaelaefrati@gmail.com

Karlovy Vary & Loket Castle – (Full Day)
Wednesday, October 16
Adult: € 92.00 (Includes entrance fees)

 

Karlovy Vary founded by Emperor Charles the 4th in the mid 14th century, became one the most famous European spa towns. Its hot springs were a cure to many celebrities, Czars of Russia, big Rabbis from all over Europe, intellectuals, poets, writers and politicians. Situated in the western bohemia mountains, Karlovy Vary is a stunning town with hundreds of hotels and cafes and a boardwalk for people to stroll and drink hot springs water. Great view tower can be reached with a funicular and optionally can be walked down from via forrest track. Just a few miles away lies the city of Loket (Elbogen) with its 12th century gothic Castle. The town centre is a national monument and as such, is preserved from modern development. Loket and Karlovy Vary are both the film site of 2006 James Bond Casino Royal. The castle can be visited in its interiors.

Terezinstat + Ustek + Lidice Tour– (Full Day)
Wednesday, October 16 & Thursday, October 17
Adult: € 81.00 (Includes entrance fees)

 

Terezinstat was a hybrid concentration camp and ghetto established by the SS during World War II in the fortress town of Terezin. Tens of thousands of Jews were killed there. We will visit the Museum of the Ghetto, Hidden Synagogue, Magdeburg barracks and the cemetery. From Terezin, we will travel 15 minutes to Ustek, a little town with a once existing Jewish community and preserved gothic square. In Ustek, we will visit one of the nicest synagogues which was restored and turned into a museum to show the Jewish way of life. On the way back to Prague, we will stop by Lidice, a town erased from the face of earth as payback to the Czechoslovak resistance, who managed to kill in May 1942 the 3rd highest ranking Nazi at the time and the Final Solution author, Reinhard Heydrich.

Cesky Krumlov Tour – (Full Day)
Thursday, October 17
Adult: € 80.00 (No entrance fees)

A jewel of Bohemian lands, that became during the 16th century the second most important city of the country, hosting many of scientist, astronomers, artist and nobility. A breath-taking beauty of a small town and a large Castle, sitting on the curved banks of Vltava river. We will visit the local synagogue, which was restored thanks to Jewish youth movement in recent years, the courtyards of the Castle and its gorgeous gardens. We will walk the streets of Krumlov and look for hidden alchemist messages and will enjoy a true vacation feel.

The Jewish Quarter – (Half Day: 5 hours)
Friday, October 18 & Sunday, October 20
Adult: € 60.00

 

The Josefov neighborhood of Prague was a witness to rise and fall of the Prague Jewish community. Jewish presence in Prague dates back to the 10th century and was always an important part of Czech history. The former Jewish ghetto, at its peak, hosted up to 12,000 Jews and some of the greatest rabbis of diaspora history. On this tour, we will pay a visit to the Jewish Museum, a collection located inside of 5 synagogues, (the Old New, Pinkas, Maisels, Klaus and Spanish) an exhibition on Chevra Kadisha and the Old Cemetery, one of the oldest and largest Jewish burial grounds in Europe, which is the place of rest of the Maharal, KleiYakar, David Oppenheimer and others. Each building offers an exhibit on different periods, covering 11 centuries of Jewish life of the Czech lands. The Old New synagogue is one of the oldest continuously functioning synagogues in the world and offers a minyan every evening.

Prague City Tour – (Half Day: 5 hours)
Friday, October 18 & Sunday, October 20
Adult: € 50.00 (No entrance fees)

 

Prague is one of the few European cities that was not destroyed during WWII, despite the Nazi occupation and that is how one can see 1,100 years of architecture in what always had been a wealthy town. This tour starts at the Prague Castle, the seat of the president of Czech republic and allows the most beautiful views of the city. We will be passing Strahov monastery, renaissance and baroque streets of Lesser town, where many famous musical composers and artists once lived, to the Charles bridge, an icon of the city to the Old Town and New Town neighborhoods.From the Astronomical clock at the Old Town square or the 1348 Charles University buildings near the Theatre of the Estates where Mozart premiered Don Giovanni to the more modern Wenceslaus square, we will walk central European history’s ups and downs.