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.

Hostels in Prague

There are quite a few hostels in Prague. Some of them are open just in peak season, others all year rounds. Prices in hostels range from 200 CZK to 600 CZK for a bed – mostly in dormitory rooms. There are not many hostels in the centre and their rates …

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Aria Hotel Prague

The term already drops the hint: the Aria Hotel is completely devoted to music. The individual floors of the hotel were designed according to different themes such as classical music, jazz or opera. The pattern of the ground level is a quotation of the score of Gregorian chants. Rooms are …

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ICON Hotel and Lounge

The Trendiest Hotel in Prague Users of the TripAdvisor website voted Prague’s ICON Hotel and Lounge to be Europe’s trendiest hotel in 2011. It is situated in the centre of the city, Prague One, V Jámě Street, only a short stroll from the Old Town and Wenceslas Squares. A young …

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NH Hotel Prague

The walls and seating covers in a spacious lobby bar are as red as hotel façade. The bar has a stimulating, lively atmosphere. A further attraction is the Tower Lounge on the roof of the building, which gives the guests impressive views over the city. Two modern hillside properties, connected …

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Theatrino Prague

The individual rooms of the hotel differ due to an individual design and furnishing. A top tip is room 507, where the wooden attic construction creates a quite special atmosphere. In the great hall, which today serves as the hotel restaurant, performances of the-atrical plays actually used to be staged …

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Riverside Hotel Prague

The 90 rooms and suites of the hotel were given a contemporary look after the comprehensive renovation of the elegant art nouveau hotel. Nevertheless, the new building harmonize with the historic ambience. The complex forms of the former windows give the rooms in the attic an idiosyncratic, almost Cubist touch.  …

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Student Housing

Should you be a student, you’ll often be given a dormitory room (a ‘kolej’) which can be shared with room-mates or just be a single room. As universities do not have traditional campuses, university dormitories are spread across Prague. You will probably need to utilize public transport to get yourself …

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