Whatever kinds of hotels in Prague you are looking for, the Czech Republic's capital city has something for everyone – whether it's medieval splendour in the Old City, practicality and luxury for business travellers or budget excitement for backpackers. There are hotels in Prague to suit every taste and requirement. Spared the devastation that the Second World War wreaked on most other cities of central Europe – and the grim Soviet-style reconstruction that followed - Prague boasts perhaps the... Read More…
Whatever kinds of hotels in Prague you are looking for, the Czech Republic's capital city has something for everyone – whether it's medieval splendour in the Old City, practicality and luxury for business travellers or budget excitement for backpackers. There are hotels in Prague to suit every taste and requirement.
Spared the devastation that the Second World War wreaked on most other cities of central Europe – and the grim Soviet-style reconstruction that followed - Prague boasts perhaps the most intact and impressive medieval heart in the world.
It is one of the most popular destinations for travellers in Europe, and undoubtedly the most-visited place in the former Soviet Bloc. Although no longer offering the rock-bottom prices that made it a hub for backpackers and other budget travellers, the Czech capital's economic revival has meant that options for hotels in Prague are much more varied – from the cheap and cheerful to the seriously opulent.
Home to nearly two million people, almost half of the Czech Republic's tourism income is generated in Prague, and the city produces a quarter of the whole country's income. It can truly be said to be the beating heart of the Czech Republic.
Whether you have come to explore the famous sites, like Prague Castle – the world's largest – and Wenceslas Square; whether you're in town for one of the big international sporting events Prague regularly hosts; whether you're here on business, or just here for the fun and action at a fraction of Western European prices - here at Eurobookings we can help you find the hotels in Prague that suit your needs.
We have over 400 hotels in Prague listed, which can be searched by price, star rating or proximity to various landmarks and then booked online.
Hotels in Prague – historic splendour, modern luxury
As one would expect from the "city of a thousand spires", many hotels in Prague are in historic buildings of outstanding beauty.
The five-star Kings Court Hotel, the neo-Gothic Hotel Paris and the U Prince – which faces the famed Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square - are all examples of luxury hotels in Prague in buildings of historic interest.
Alternatively, the Art Deco Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel on Stepanska represented the forefront of avante garde design when it opened in 1932 and was completely refurbished to five star standard in 2008. Many historic hotels in Prague have been extensively renovated in the last ten years.
Business travellers needing hotels in Prague airport's vicinity also have numerous quality options.
Value for money budget hotels in Prague
Unlike many European cities, where budget and luxury hotels are confined to their own separate districts, cheap hotels in Prague sit happily alongside the historic landmarks and their more expensive cousins.
There are hundreds of hostels and hotels in Prague suited for backpackers and others on tight budgets, many of which are in fantastic locations in and around the medieval centre. As you would expect from a city that is home to more than ten universities – the oldest of which, Charles University, was founded in 1348 – there is plenty of cheap accommodation.
For years after the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, Prague was the favourite cheap destination of adventurous travellers. Today, it has shed its bargain basement image and ranks alongside the great cities of Europe – but there are still plenty of bargain hotels in Prague to be found.
Unique hotels in Prague
Among the many boutique hotels in Prague, At the Three Storks Hotel on Tomasska stands out as a fine example. With just 20 rooms, the hotel has a Renaissance feel inside as well as stunning views of Prague Castle.
For those who prefer modernity, the MOODs boutique hotel and the larger Hotel Jalta live up to the standards you expect, while providing the "wow factor" boutique hotels need.
With so many unusual and unique hotels in Prague on offer, a comprehensive guide with customer reviews – such as that provided here at Eurobookings – is an invaluable companion.
Getting around to and from your hotels in Prague
Most visitors to Prague will arrive at Ruzyně International Airport, just a few miles outside the city. Surprisingly, it has no rail or metro station – making a taxi or bus journey essential.
Once you have arrived in Prague itself, though, options for public transport are plentiful. The modern Prague Metro is the quickest way to get around, but the street-level tram system perhaps has more charm, especially the historic Number 91. And no trip to Prague would be complete without a ride up Petřín hill on the Petřín funicular.
In a city this beautiful, travelling around is all part of the experience.
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