In Prague's winter wonderland, you'll find Christmas markets, festive delights, celebrations, and much more.

The Mozart Prague proudly presents its holiday program, which will bring the spirit of Christmas to its guests during the upcoming Advent season. Prague, one of the most beautiful cities in the world, is the ideal winter destination with church concerts, mulled wine, hot chocolate and of course, the famous Christmas Markets


November 25th – 27th – Charity Christmas Market

November 25th – December 24th – Advent Season Menu

December 24th – Christmas Eve Dinner

December 25th – Advent Season Menu

December 26th – Boxing Day Brunch

December 31st – New Year Dinner

December 31st – New Year Party


During the first advent weekend 25-27 of November, The Mozart Prague will host its own Christmas Market, supporting the good cause of charity organization – Act for Others.




In addition to our tempting international menus, Chef Marek has created a special three course seasonal menu to tempt your taste buds. This menu will be offered through out the month of December

Daily from November 25th (dinner) till December 24th (lunch)

and on December 25th


Bring family and friends and enjoy this special evening in our beautifully decorated Palace with a delicious five-course menu in the warmth of our cozy restaurant. For the younger generation a special menu is available. Make memorable family pictures in front of the majestic Christmas tree in the historical courtyard in through winter wonderland spirit.

On December 24th from 6PM



Time to get out of the house and let us pamper you with our extended Boxing Day Brunch with plenty of food, hops, grapes, and live entertainment.  Guaranteed a fun and lively afternoon. Separate menu and kids play area available for the younger ones.

On December 26th from 1PM till 5PM

New Year´s Eve Dinner

Guests are invited to ring in the New Year in true Gatsby style at The Mozart Prague. From early evening drinks will be flowing in the bar followed by a show case of Chef Marek’s a delicious six course degustation menu. The evening will continue to the tunes by live music that will allow you to dance the night away into the New Year of 2023.

On December 31 from 7PM


New Year´s Eve Party

Party New Year´s Eve like the legends! The historical place of The Mozart is well-known for its famous guests like Mozart himself, Casanova, and you. This year, the party is themed in the ultimate true Gatsby style to ring in 2023. From the early evening get your welcome drinks and dance the night away with Live Musical performance, enjoy a six-course menu at our restaurant and count down to the new year in a unique atmosphere and a breath-taking view across the river at midnight during the fireworks. Have an after party in our Cafe & Courtyard with 1000 CZK entry fee inclusive of welcome drink, nibbles and Live DJ. So, if you’re looking for something special to do this New Year’s Eve, look no further than The Mozart! On December 31 from 7 pm to 3 am.

Come for a drink, stay for a meal!

Keep an eye to our calendar of events: music, mixology, food trends, and so much more. Don’t miss it.


Compose your stay to suit your vibe, following in Mozart’s footsteps. Live like Mozart, in the very building he lived in for months unapologetically shaping the Prague around him. Mozart’s love of Prague is well-noted in personal letters, and our love of Mozart is noted through elements in this special suite.


At the heart of The Mozart hides our luxurious Presidential Suite, flaunting three bedrooms with private bathrooms, a spacious living room, a fully-equipped kitchen, and an office space in the intimate privacy of our Baroque Courtyard. Customized furniture, antiques, and works of art decorate the suite also accessible via a private entrance! The Presidential Suite pretty much guarantees an unforgettable and exciting stay in Prague. And, the radiant suite is also the perfect location for private events or product presentations!


A world traveler, bookworm, serial seducer, dodgy businessman, and jailed for an affront on common decency – it’s hard to imagine a better role-model for your stay in Prague. Follow in Casanova’s footsteps in a building frequented by the Italian explorer and enjoy our spacious bedroom with a romantic four-poster bed, an office space, and an alluring sitting room facing the Palace courtyard.


If you like Art Nouveau, you have to book The Mucha Suite! Lovers of both art and history will appreciate the accuracy and beauty of our tributes to the renowned Czech painter Mucha, famous for his paintings, graphic art, and illustrations. The Suite is spacious but has a tasteful and homely sitting room to relax after a long day spent walking the historic streets of Prague.


The room has high ceilings, original parquet floors and a balcony for private use. It is in the very center of the palace and has views on both courtyards. With 5 windows, this junior suite is filled with light and positive vibes.


Named in honor of the famous Hotel Lutetia in Paris, where tasteful opulence meets rare intimacy, the suite’s home-like feel is embellished by original furniture pieces from Hotel Lutetia acquired at an auction in France. Overlooking the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, this charming space recalls the atmosphere of a Parisian apartment.


In The Mozart’s family suites, nobody sleeps on the couch. The suite’s generous space means every guest has a comfortable bed to sleep in and is the right pick for travelers who like to stick together but appreciate times of privacy.


These spacious suites have a breathtaking view of Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. Sipping on your hot morning beverage observing this one-of-a-kind panorama – unforgettable.


Where else in Prague will you wake up to this view? Facing the Vltava river, this room type offers simply the best views of the iconic Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, sure to make up memories to last you a lifetime.


Go back in time and experience real Baroque luxury, featuring original frescoes on the walls and ceiling dating back to the 18th century. What’s not to love, art lovers? Ahh, no air conditioning – but that’s to protect our rooms’ great historical value;)