Prague is one of the most romantic cities in the world. Roaming the ancient streets of the old town or strolling along the side of the river, taking in the beautiful sights, is unforgettable. A hotel in the old centre, such as the Art Deco Hotel Imperial or the Design Hotel Jewel Prague will ensure you enjoy the classic Prague experience.
Prague is well known for its vibrant nightlife and bar scene. To be at the heart of the action, consider a hotel in the old town, such as Grand Hotel Praha or the Prague Golden Age. If you prefer an area that’s quirky and a little less touristy, look for a hotel such as Arkada Hotel Praha or Hotel City Bell in the trendy Vinohrady district – here you’ll still be within walking distance of Wenceslas Square and the city centre.
Some of the best value hotels in Prague can be found in and around the old town, Wenceslas Square and Malá Strana (little quarter) district. The Vintage Design Hotel Sax is in a quiet area in the Malá Strana district, while the Icon Hotel & Lounge puts you close to Wenceslas Square.
While the streets in the old town are not known for easy parking, there are several hotels with parking in and around the city, such as the Hotel Otakar and the Admiral Botel.
The currency in Prague is the Czech Crown (czk). Most hotels will accept credit card payments. While some attractions, restaurants and hotels also accept the euro, it is always a good idea to have the local currency to hand.
If you need to jet off early or you’re arriving late, you may prefer an overnight stay at a hotel located next to Prague Airport (also known as Václav Havel Airport Prague). The Courtyard by Marriott Prague Airport, Holiday Inn Prague Airport and Ramada Airport Hotel Prague are all well-placed less than 1 mile from the terminals.
Which neighbourhoods in Prague are good for families?
If you are travelling to Prague with children, consider staying in the leafy Vinohrady district or the Malá Strana neighbourhood – both have an abundance of green spaces and cafes, as well as a more relaxed vibe than the bustling old town.
Which hotels in Prague offer especially good breakfast?
Make sure you are fully charged before setting out for a full day of sightseeing by choosing a hotel that includes a good breakfast. The Maximilian Hotel, Hilton and InterContinental Prague all offer delicious breakfasts that will keep you going as you explore the city.
Which neighbourhoods are close to Prague’s most important attractions?
For easy access to the city’s main sights and attractions, such as Old Town Square, Prague Castle, Charles Bridge and St. Vitus Cathedral, choose a hotel in either Malá Strana (little quarter), Staré Město (Old Town) or Nové Město (New Town).
Where in Prague can I find a hotel with a view?
For exquisite views of Prague’s mesmerising World Heritage city centre skyline and river, consider staying at the Four Seasons Hotel Prague for views of the river, or the Golden Well Hotel with its award-winning rooftop restaurant, Terasa U Zlate, and inspiring panoramas of Prague Castle.