[an error occurred while processing this directive]With four orchestras and three opera theaters, Prague, the city that gave the world Antonín Dvorák and hosted the premiere of Mozart's Don Giovanni, offers plenty to satisfy most music lovers. For the truly demanding there is now Aria, a music-themed five-star hotel in the picturesque Malá Strana district. It features 52 rooms and suites celebrating four musical genres and their best-known artists. Opera buffs can choose Mozart or Verdi, orchestral fans might prefer Debussy or Vivaldi; jazz lovers might go for Miles Davis while popsters can choose the Beatles. Each room has its own DVD/CD player and computerized jukebox with works of the featured artist. The library holds more than 1,000 books and some 2,000 CDs and DVDs. There's a small listening room for six, and a private screening room for up to 30. Rooms start at $222 and can go up to $1,215 for the Mozart-themed two-bedroom suite. The location, with views of Prague Castle and a beautiful Baroque garden, is unbeatable. And the music rocks.