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Where to Stay in Prague

Where to Stay in Prague – Editor’s Pick

To help you choose where to stay in Prague, we’ve compiled a fairly comprehensive list of recommended hotels in Prague.

While hotel location is always a consideration, getting around Prague is quite manageable and most of these hotels are located in or near the Old Town. The high-end hotels are frequently housed in some of the city’s most important historical buildings, and many of the budget accommodations are contained within architecturally significant structures.

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Here’s our list of hotels to help you choose where to stay in Prague:

5-Star Hotels in Prague

Buddha Bar Hotel Prague 

If you decide to stay here, you will experience a “voyage within a voyage”. As soon as you walk through the doors of this 5-star hotel, you feel like you were transported to Asia. The decor is modern, sleek, and authentic Asian, which gives this hotel a unique feel.

The hotel leaves nothing to be desired. From a full bar to decadent chocolate treats, a jacuzzi tub with a TV in the opposite mirror, these rooms have all the bells and whistles you could ask for. And the location could not be better. Just a 3-minute walk from Náměstí Republiky – the main square in Prague – means that you are in the heart of the city and can explore most of the city’s sights by foot or a short tram ride. I highly recommend staying here, if you are looking for a luxury hotel in Prague with a little something special!

You can read my full review of the Budha Bar Hotel here.

Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague
Located beside the Charles Bridge in one of Prague’s most notable buildings, this hotel is one of the best five-star options in Prague.

The 50 rooms and suites, each uniquely designed, have a separate bed and sitting rooms, a full kitchenette, air conditioning, free internet, tea and coffee making facilities, and satellite TV.  Hotel services include airport transfers, daily breakfast, and laundry. Amenities include a fitness room, in-room massages, and the Restaurant Amade, which serves elevated Czech cuisine at a surprisingly good value.
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Hotel Jalta
Located on Wenceslas Square in the Prague Neue Town neighborhood, this sophisticated, boutique hotel has 92 rooms decorated in authentic minimalist design. The building was designed by architect Antonín Tenzer, and the lobby features a portrait of Franz Kafka painted by Andy Warhol.

Each room has free WiFi, a minibar, safe, air conditioning, and satellite TV. Breakfast is served in the fine-dining COMO Restaurant, which focuses on modern Czech and Mediterranean cuisine. Other services include photocopying, faxing, and babysitting.
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Alchymist Residence Nosticova Prague
Alchymist Residence Nosticova is a 5-star historic 17th-century residence located on a small, quiet, cobblestone street in Mala Strana just two minutes from the famous Charles Bridge. Foreign embassies as well as the Czech Parliament; the Senate and several ministries are only a short distance walk.

In fact, the main points of interest, such as the National Theatre, St. Nicholas Cathedral, galleries, concert halls, and leading restaurants are just a short distance from the residence.
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 Malmaison Riverside Hotel
The Riverside Hotel Prague’s unique Art Nouveau facade opens to a stunning Belle Epoque interior. The 45 charming suites and rooms are lavishly decorated with custom-made furnishings and given every modern amenity. Most rooms offer views of Prague’s fairy-tale towers and spires.

Carlo IV
Where to stay in Prague - Hotels in PragueThe most majestic hotel in Prague, this Boscolo Luxury Hotel in Prague has a refined ambiance that gives character to luxury. With 152 rooms, including 42 deluxe rooms and 20 Junior Suites; all are designed by architect Maurizio Papiri. Advanced technology and fine amenities add to the pure luxury at this fine hotel.


Where to Stay in Prague – 4-Star Hotels

4 star hotels in Prague offer a great value and when you decide on where to stay in Prague, you should consider these options:

K+K Hotel Central
The first-class K+K Hotel Central is situated in the heart of the Old Town of Prague, just steps away from the Powder Tower.

This historic “art-nouveau” hotel has been comprehensively renovated and has all the amenities expected of a 4-star hotel. The K+K Hotel Central contains 127 well-appointed rooms that feature hairdryers, coffee and tea making facilities, minibars, flat screen TVs, Internet access, telephones, and much more.
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Unitas Hotel
Though this heritage hotel’s rooms were once convent cells, you shouldn’t fear Spartan conditions: Rooms have high ceilings and come with free WiFi, king-sized beds, air conditioning, a mini bar, and writing desk.

The hotel is just steps from the Charles Bridge and many other Old Town sights. And, a police station is across the street, ensuring quiet nights. A lavish breakfast is included in the price.
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Red And Blue Design Hotel
Located next to the Kinskeho Zahrada park, this designer hotel provides a relaxing experience away from Prague’s most touristy areas.

It has an in-house bar, garden, and communal terrace. Each of the 52 rooms features contemporary furniture, free WiFi, air conditioning, and designer bathrooms. Breakfast includes a wide selection of juices and typical breakfast items, both Czech and American.

Major sights are within walking distance, and a tram stop conveniently located is nearby.
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Savic Hotel
This hotel is a step back in time. Located in the Old Town, just steps from the Astronomical Clock, this Gothic and Renaissance building dates back to the 14th century, and many of the rooms feature original wood beams and wall paintings. The classically furnished rooms all have air conditioning, designer toiletries, a Nespresso coffee machine, and room safes. Most have four-post beads.

The hotel’s professional staff helps you plan a wide range of excursions, from boat tours to horse and buggy rides.
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3-Star Hotels in Prague

When you are looking for options on where to stay in Prague and are not planning on spending much time in your hotel room, a 3 star hotel in might just fit the bill for you. Here are our top picks for 3 star hotels in Prague:

Aparthotel City 5 
 Aparthotel City 5 is another great option if you want to stay in the center of Prague, close to a modern shopping center. The hotel is located in a fully reconstructed historical building and offers apartments for 2-4 persons.

All equipment is brand new and modern. Every apartment has its own kitchen corner, coffee and tea facilities, sat-TV, safe and free wi-fi internet access.
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Arcadia Residence
Offering apartments in both the Vyšehrad and Old Town neighborhoods, this hotel excels at helping guests get the most from their stay, both in the hotel and in the surrounding city of Prague.

This residence inn is perfect for families of up to 5 people and each apartment provides kitchen facilities. It is well-connected to the city center via a tram system. The apartments, which come in a variety of sizes, also come at a great value.

A good-sized breakfast is included in the price. The spacious apartments offer internet connection and satellite TV. From the Vyšehrad apartments, it takes roughly five minutes by public transportation to reach the most important sights.
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Ibis Praha Old Town
This hotel is just a 15-20 minute walk from the sights, and a subway stop is right outside the entrance.

The staff is particularly professional and friendly. Overall, the hotel maintains high-standards at a good price. Rooms are tastefully decorated and functional and all come with free WiFi, air conditioning, and satellite TV. Amenities include an indoor pool, gym, and a 24-hour bar that serves light meals.
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Hotel Cloister Inn
This hotel’s location is excellent, just a short walk from the most important sights, and its prices are low. Rooms are clean and functional and come with air conditioning, a minibar, and free WiFi. Free coffee and tea are provided in the lobby, and breakfast is included.
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Budget Hotels in Prague


Hotel Ostruvek
With a capable staff and clean, modern rooms, this affordable hotel runs smoothly and comes with no surprises. It takes around 20 minutes to reach the main sights on foot, however, a bus stop is located nearby. Each room has a private bathroom, and free WiFi is offered in the lobby. Breakfast is included, and there is an in-house restaurant. One downside is that the hotel does not have air conditioning.
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Hotel Inos
This hotel can be difficult to get to, but it is located in a cute neighborhood with lots of dining and shopping options. And, it comes at an exceptionally good price. Rooms are spacious and clean, and each has free WiFi, satellite TV, and air conditioning. A tram stop is a five-minute walk, so if you are ok with that, this hotel is a great option. Breakfast is included.
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Where to Stay in Prague was written by Mattie Bamman for

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Vineet Sharma

Tuesday 13th of March 2012

thanks 4 sharing this post with us 

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