In Prague you can stay in luxury hotels for a reasonable price, even in the best neighborhoods. Prague is Capital of the Czech Republic.
For those who do not have to live like kings and queens, there are even more options. Here are the recommendations you need to find the right hotel, and in the right area, when you are going on a city break to Prague.
Recommended hotels in the center of Prague
The next five hotels we recommend are all very well located in relation to such things as nightlife, shopping, restaurants and cafes. If you choose to stay here, you will have walking distance to most things you want to do. You also have Mala Strana and the castle grounds available on foot in a few minutes.
Alcron Hotel Prague
Alcron is among the best five star hotels in Prague. The hotel’s restaurant was the first in the city to receive a star in the Michelin guide, which gives a good indication of the standard of the Alcron.
The hotel is quite large (over 200 rooms), where the rooms on the upper floors offer great views of Prague Castle. As a top class hotel, Alcron has all the facilities, including a very nice roof terrace which is a great place to relax.
The location is good for those who want proximity to the shopping streets, but be aware that this area is the most crowded in the evenings and nights, due to the many bars and nightclubs here.
Unitas Hotel is a nice four star hotel with only 36 rooms. It is located in the cozy and cobbled streets in the direction of the National Theater, about ten minutes walk from Gamlebytorget.
In this area there are countless bars, restaurants and pubs that are worth a visit. You also get a short distance if you want to shop while on a city break in Prague.
The main street Vaclavske Namesti, and the pedestrian street Na Prikope, are both right nearby, and are where you will find all the department stores and brand stores.
BoHo Prague Hotel
The BoHo Prague Hotel is one of the best hotels in Prague among those with four stars. Firstly, the hotel is beautifully renovated, with a stylish and nice interior. The rooms are quite large, with comfortable beds and great bathrooms.
The hotel has its own fitness center, a good restaurant, and an inviting bar with lounge to relax in.
The location is very good for those who want a short distance to both Vaclav Square and Gamlebytorget, as well as a short way to the main shopping streets. The street BoHo is located in is not very busy, and you thus avoid noise in the evenings, even if you live very centrally.
Hotel U Prince
There are several reasons why we recommend Hotel U Prince, and not just because this is a very decent five star hotel. The location is virtually unbeatable. It is located directly opposite the astronomical clock on Gamlebytorget.
In addition to sumptuous rooms, U Prince has one of the city’s best bars in the basement, as well as a pretty fun pub and restaurant, where gladjazz is played in the evenings. The hotel also has a fine restaurant, as well as its own outdoor terrace in the square itself.
If you live here, you have to endure that there are a lot of tourists outside the hotel door, but you get left in so many other ways.
In Stare Pani
U Stare Pani is a hotel we recommend based on many of the same criteria as U Prince.
The hotel is simpler and cheaper, rated 3.5 stars. It is located just beyond the Old Town Square, in one of Prague’s most intimate and cozy alleys.
The small hotel has its own jazz club in the basement, and is known for its good service. U Stare Pani is an affordable and affordable option for those who want to stay centrally, in a hotel where the staff makes you feel at home.
Hotels in Mala Strana and Prague
Below you will find five hotels that can be highly recommended. All are centrally located in Mala Strana. Choose this neighborhood if you want a little away from the most populous areas in the center of Prague.
Old Royal Post Hotel
Old Royal Post Hotel is a lovely little hotel with only 26 rooms and small apartments.
The location is almost perfect if you want to stay centrally, but at the same time feel intimate and quiet at night. The beautiful building is located on the Maltezske Namesti, with several good eateries right nearby.
D u get only a few minutes walk to including Charles Bridge, Castle and Petrin Hill. Prices are usually very low from a Norwegian perspective. If you book early, you can also get good discounts, depending on when in the year you are going to visit Prague.