Accommodation in Prague is relatively expensive and good budget accommodation – such as small, family-owned hotels – is lacking. Don’t be surprised to find some hotels dating back from the Communist era but all are with up-to-date facilities. And we wish to remind you it is always best to reserve your room before you arrive in order to avoid overpriced hotel rack rates.



When booking accommodation in Prague, on 99% of occasions (though hostels and camps might be an exception) you will be charged per room, not per person. Some hotels and especially pensions do not recognise a difference between a twin and a double, and you get two twin beds pushed together for a double. Only mid and top hotels will give you clean linen every day, but you can always ask them if you wish to have your linen changed.


Tip: Remember if you find a special deal for a 3 star or 4 star hotel and it claims to be a luxury hotel, check before booking if you don’t want to spoil your romantic break, as hotels might be rated as a 3 star but in fact you will be sleeping backpacker-style!


Staying longer? If you are staying a bit longer a good idea is to book a conveniently located serviced apartment, which is usually cheaper than a 3 star hotel.


Tax: A 15 per cent tax may be added. Ask whether the room rate includes tax before you make a booking.

A Hotel Taxi in Prague: What to Beware of

According to experiences of visitors to Prague, hotels in Prague try more or less to force ordering a hotel taxi rather than a cheaper common radio cab option. Almost every hotel, hostel, pension, and holiday apartment in Prague provides its own transport by means of the hotel or its contractual …

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Holiday Apartmnets in Prague – agency listing

There are a few things to consider before booking your serviced apartment in Prague: Are there any stairs to climb? Many historical houses in the centre of Prague have no elevators. Are the beds “European-style” (two beds pushed together) or “matrimonial” (one large bed)? Are there any clubs or restaurants …

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Boatels (Czech Botel) or so-called floating hotels, can be a good alternative for accommodation in Prague. Usually featuring small but cosy, and very fancy spruced-up cabins, a boatel can be the perfect choice for those searching for something unusual, or for a romantic atmosphere. Boat hotels also offer some great …

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Conference and congress hotels in Prague

Here we list largest conference and congress hotels in Prague.   Top Hotel Hotel has congress capacity up to 4 290 guests. The hotel offers the widest range of services under one roof in the Czech Republic: Accommodation, conference halls and rooms with a total area of 4,500 square metres …

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Recommended hotels

Mandarin Oriental One of Prague’s top hotels, the Mandarin occupies the converted premises of a 17th century Dominican monastery. The interiors were designed by the same team responsible for the Burj Al Arab in Dubai. Some rooms have antique parquet floors, some have vaulted ceilings, others are completely modern; the …

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U Zlate Studne (Hotel At the Golden Well)

U Zlate Studne Hotel (At the Golden Well) located at close quarters to the Prague Castle abounds in homely cosy atmosphere and beautiful view of Prague from a very interesting point. Already the entry to the hotel is exceptional – there is a separate narrow alley leading to its entrance …

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Mandarin Oriental

The Prague Mandarin Oriental arose thanks to reconstruction and renovation of former Dominican monastery. Thanks to its articulation and rather small size, this hotel impresses by its hominess and coziness. Many features from the original building thus create an exceptional atmosphere complemented by suitable location in Nebovidska Street not far …

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The Mark Luxury Hotel

The Mark Luxury Hotel is located in the heart of the city in Hybernska Street, not far from main cultural and historic sights such as the Powder Gate and the Council House or Old Town and Wenceslas Square, and at the same time at close quarters to shopping and business …

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Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa

Hotel represents the renaissance of a magnificent Baroque landmark, “House at the Infant Jesus” dating from the 16th century and exquisitely transformed with the most modern comforts into a luxury and distinctive hotel that reflects the nobility and charm of historic Prague. There are 20 suites and 26 rooms at …

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