Where to stay in Prague?
Prague is the capital and an amazing city in the Czech Republic. And, of course, offers so much.
From classic architecture and delicious street food, to curious and old myths. About the history of the city! If you are planning a trip, you might be wondering where to stay in here! Most of Prague highlights are in the city center, which is the are stay in. But there are many other cool places where you can stay in the city! In order to help you with that, I have selected some best areas to stay in Prague, together with the best hostels and hotels in each of them. Because Prague is a very popular tourist destination. Good hotels and apartments are always getting sold out fast, so, as usual. I recommend you book your stay as soon as possible! Below you can find my favorite options for you to stay, categorized by price range, all with great facilities and reviews.
The best area to stay for first-time visitors is the Old Town. This is where all the important attractions and landmarks are located. So you’ll always be in the center of the action if you stay here. Plus, it’s the best place to stay in Prague if you want to explore the city by foot while also being well-connected to the rest of the city via public transportation! This area is full of important historical attractions, as well as plenty of restaurants and bars, all scattered around the beautiful streets, so it’s pretty much impossible to get bored while you’re in this area!
Old Town, also called Stare Mesto in Czech. This is the heart and soul of Prague. And some of the most important highlights around are the Astronomical Clock. Which is more than 600 years old and it’s probably the most important landmark in the entire Czech Republic as well! In the Old Town Square, the Old Town
Hall building, the Jewish Quarter and more. Plus, you’ll be within walking distance to the Vltava River and Charles Bridge as well.
You can also find plenty of different shops around in case you’re in the mood to spend some money or buy souvenirs, as well as museums and galleries as well. But because it’s the most popular neighborhood in the city and all tourists want to stay here, you can expect the prices in the Old Town to be a tad higher than in the rest of my recommendations below.
Luxury (from 160€)
Grand Hotel Bohemia * Four Seasons Prague * Golden Well Hotel * Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa * Alchymist Prague Castle Suites * Augustine Hotel * Aria Hotel Prague * Mandarin Oriental Prague * The Grand Mark Prague Hotel * Old Town Square Hotel * Hotel Hoffmeister & Spa
Middle-priced (from 60€ to 160€)
MOODs Charles Bridge Hotel * Hotel Leonardo Prague * Le Palais Art Hotel Prague * Alcron Hotel Prague * Cosmopolitan * Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology * The Emblem Hotel * Kings Court * Alchymist Nosticova Palace Hotel * Hotel Savoy * La Ballerina Hotel * Hotel Pod Vezi * Residence Agnes * Design Hotel Jewel Prague * The ICON Hotel & Lounge
Budget (up to 70€)
Old Prague Hotel * Hostel Kaiser * Fusion Hotel * Mama Shelter Prague * Barceló Old Town Praha * Hotel KING DAVID * U Prince * Design Hotel Neruda * Art Nouveau Palace Hotel Prague * The Iron Gate Hotel & Suites * The Nicholas Hotel Residence * Domus Henrici * Domus Balthasar * Hotel U Krále Karla * Miss Sophie’s Hotel
This is my short guide for accommodations that fit every taste and pocket! I hope it will be helpful for your to stay!
In this post I have carefully chosen recommendations some neighborhoods and hotels in Prague! I gave you some recommendations for apartments and family hotels in the c
ity! I am sure you will find your dream accommodation in one of my lists above!
Oh, and by the way. If you need help planning your trip to the most wonderful cities in Europe. I hope you will have the best holidays. And, as always, let me know if you have any questions below in the comments! I will be more than happy to answer!