Prague

24 Jun 2019 - 25 Jun 2019

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Hotels in Prague

This information is correct as of September 2016

There's a reason why city breaks in Prague are popular with party animals, culture vultures and budget travellers. Cheap beer and hearty food reigns supreme in the city's pivovars (the city's 7 best bars are a must visit), while gothic buildings and intricate statuary dominate the striking old town.

Whether you're visiting for history and culture or the lively nightlife, we make finding the best flights and hotels in Prague easier.

Where to stay in Prague

The best place to stay in Prague depends on what you're after: the most romantic hotel in Prague for a break with your partner? Family hotels in Prague for a holiday with the kids? Or a hotel deal in Prague for a weekend break with your friends? Budget is important to most people, so we've put together a list of our top 5 hotels in Prague across every price bracket.

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Cheap hotels in Prague

Planning a cheap stay in Prague? These budget hotels, hostels and aparthotels often have rooms priced at £40 per night and under.

Koruna Hotel

A cheap hotel in Prague 1, Koruna Hotel is ideally located between the old town (stare mesto) and new town (nove mesto). It's about 12 minutes' walk from Wenceslas Square. Secure parking is available, for those who want to hire a car in Prague, and breakfast is included in the room rate.

Jerome House

Features like exposed beams add a quirky touch to this understated hotel in nove mesto. Wi-Fi and breakfast are complimentary, but you need to pay extra for parking.

Hotel Musketyr

This three star hotel is a stone's throw from Wenceslas Square, a popular eating and drinking area in nove mesto. There's a garden terrace for summer evenings, and a basement restaurant for cosy dinners.

Pragapart

An apartment hotel in Prague within walking distance of the city's most famous attractions. The modern suites have free Wi-Fi, and airport transfers are available at an additional cost.

Little Quarter Hostel

This friendly modern hostel is perfect for gap year students and other young tourists. Mingle with other travellers in the roof top bar, or get out and enjoy the top 7 things to do in Prague

from the hostel's top-notch location.

 

Mid-range hotels in Prague

Not too cheap and not too dear, these nice hotels in Prague usually sit in the £40-80 per night price range.

Design Hotel Jewel Prague

The jewel-themed rooms in this lavish hotel have Wi-Fi, desks, mini-bars and flat screen TVs. It's just six minutes' walk away from the old town square, where most of Prague's free walking tours kick off. Check out the hotel's sumptuous bar and heritage listed gold ceiling.

Archibald City

Conveniently located in the centre of Prague, this hotel is perfect for a relaxing break. During summer you can unwind on the roof terrace, and in winter you can retreat to the wood-clad bar.

Antik Hotel Prague

This boutique hotel is set inside a beautiful art-deco mansion just six minutes' walk from the Astronomical Clock. Breakfast is included and served on the terrace.

Perla Hotel

This boutique hotel prides itself on its romantic style and family-friendly attitude: no stag parties allowed. Free Wi-Fi is available, buffet breakfasts are included in the room rate, and the hotel also has a fitness centre.

Lindner Hotel Prague Castle

You'll find this hotel inside a 16th Century building in the grounds of the Strahov Monastery. The decor is traditional but mod-cons like free Wi-Fi aren't. The hotel also has a spa, gym, sauna and piano bar.

 

Luxury hotels in Prague

These boutique hotels and five-star hotels don't come cheap, but if you've got the money they're well worth the higher room rate. Expect to pay upwards of £180 per night at some of the best luxury hotels in Prague.

Golden Well

This luxury boutique hotel sits on a hillside overlooking the city, just a few minutes' walk from the old town. Rooms have Nespresso machines and iPads, and the hotel restaurant has three terraces: each with a magnificent view.

Aria Hotel Prague

Romantic and trendy, this boutique hotel is inside a converted theatre. Enjoy views across the 18th Century Vrtbovská zahrada garden, or make the most of in-room amenities like iPads and smart TVs. Other features include a cinema, a cosy bar with a fireplace, and a rooftop restaurant.

Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague

Plush yet quirky, this five-star luxurious hotel combines French-colonial and Asian decor. The fine-dining restaurant follows suit, serving fusion dishes. Rooms have Nespresso machines and free Wi-Fi. Other amenities include a Turkish bath and a hot tub in the on-site spa.

Hotel Paris Prague

Often described as 'palatial', this art-nouveau hotel in Prague's old town is one of the city's historical monuments. Little touches like underfloor heating in the bathroom uphold the hotel's five-star status. Upgrade to a suite for a loft-style sitting room with enviable views of the city.

Pachtuv Palace

Rooms in this luxury hotel are split between a 17th Century palace and 19th Century building. Amenities include in-room massages, a cigar club, and two outdoor terraces.

 

Like flight prices, hotel prices often vary. As a rule of thumb you'll find that rooms are cheaper during the low season and more expensive during popular times, like summer and Christmas. To find the best Prague hotel deals we recommend searching early and often. Remember to use filters to find the best hotel for you.

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What are travellers saying about Prague?

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History Buffs
7.7
Art & Design Lovers
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Nightlife Lovers
6.9
Backpackers
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Foodies
Member reviews (548)
J W
J W
09/04/2019

I have been staying here for around two or three weeks at a time, twice a year for the past four years as my partner lives here. Even after all these times, i am still totally in love with the city and still find new things to visit and explore. The city is super cheap if you walk five minutes outside of the city centre. Even in the centre you can get a luxury meal in a fancy restaurant for the equivalent of what you'd pay at an average restaurant in the UK. I have also visited Dresden, Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest from Prague as buses leave to all these destinations for less than €20 return!!

Fadhilah Othman
Fadhilah Othman
25/02/2019

It was really an enchanting experience for me, much better you go with your lovers. Very romantic.

Leslie Walker
Leslie WalkerRancho Cucamonga
10/05/2018

Prague is one of the most underrated cities in Europe. From the Prague Castle to the magical views of the Charles Bridge, this city is something out of a dream. Come during the winter season when the city holds Christmas markets! I would come back in a heartbeat!

Una Sredovic
Una SredovicPetrovac
14/09/2017

Even when it's rainy,you can exolore this city and have wonderful experience

FAQs

The least expensive month is November, with an average of £60 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Prague is May, with an average price of £112 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was £78 per night. This is 6% less than the average nightly price of £83 seen over the previous 12 months.
The nearest airport to Prague is Prague (PRG) (6.87 miles).

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