Prague is the capital and an amazing city that offers so much, from classic architecture buildings and delicious street food, to curious and old myths about the city’s history! If you are planning a trip to the city, you might be wondering where to stay in Prague – and I’m here to help!
Most of Prague’s highlights are in the Old Town, which makes the Old Town the best place where to stay in Prague. But there are many other cool places in Prague!
In order to help you with that, I have selected the 7 best areas to stay in Prague, together with the best hotels in each of them for every budget. And that’s not all, I will also talk about the best hotels for families, and hotels near the airport, so I’m sure you will find something perfect for you!
PRO TIP: 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 in, categorized by price range, all with great facilities and reviews. Are you ready? Let’s go!
- If you’re in a hurry…
- 1. Old Town (Stare Mesto) – where to stay for first timers
- 2. New Town (Nove Mesto) – near the Central train station
- 3. Lesser Town (Mala Strana) – where to stay in Prague with family
- 4. Castle District (Hradcany) – top place for couples
- 5. Vinohrady – top place to stay in Prague for foodies
- 6. Zizkov – where to stay in Prague for nightlife
- 7. Karlin – where to stay in Prague on a budget
- Best apartments in Prague
- BONUS 1: Best hotels for families in Prague
- BONUS 2: Best hotels near Prague airport
- FAQs about Prague Hotels
If you’re in a hurry…
Are you ready to book the best accommodation for your stay? If I were you, I wouldn’t be able to wait either, so here are the best hotels in Prague:
- Best luxury hotel: Grand Hotel Bohemia
- Best middle-priced hotel: MOODs Charles Bridge
- Best budget hotel: Old Prague Hotel
Check the rates for Prague here
Which area should you choose?
First of all, here is a map of all 7 Prague neighborhoods I’ll be talking about in the article below, so you can better visualize all of them:
Even though Prague is not a big city, it is still divided into different districts and neighborhoods, all of them with their unique charm, advantages and disadvantages.
If you are wondering which neighborhood is the best one to stay in Prague, I can assure you that Prague 1 district represents most of the city center and the place where all the main attractions are.
Inside Prague 1 district, the main areas to stay are Malá Strana and Nové Město, each on a different side of the Vltava River. Prague’s district distribution does not follow a clockwise design, but the city is divided into 10 districts to make public transportation easier.
Below you can find my personalized recommendations for the best areas to stay in Prague depending on your itinerary and travel preferences:
- Best area for luxury: New Town (Nove Mesto)
- Best area for budget travelers: Karlin
- Best area for stag/nightlife: Zizkov
- Best area for families: Mala Strana
Okay, now that you understand how the city is organized a bit better, let’s find out everything you need to know about the best 7 areas to stay in Prague, together with my hand-picked hotel recommendations in each of them:
1. Old Town (Stare Mesto) – where to stay for first timers
Are you traveling to Prague for the first time? Then the best place to book your hotel has to be the Old Town if you want to be close to all the city’s most important and popular attractions!
This area is full of important historical attractions and 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 Prague, also called Staré Město in Czech, is the heart and soul of Prague and some of the most important highlights around include the Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square (which is more than 600 years old and it’s probably the most important landmark in the entire Czech Republic), the Old Town Hall building, the Jewish Quarter which used to house the city’s large Jewish population, the Royal Route and more. You’ll also be within walking distance (less than 10 minutes) of the banks of the Vltava River and Charles Bridge.
You can also find plenty of different shops in case you’re in the mood to spend some money or buy souvenirs, as well as museums and galleries. But because it’s the most popular neighborhood in the city and all tourists want to stay here, you can expect the prices in Old Town Prague to be a tad higher than in the rest of my recommendations below.
That being said, here are the best hotels in Prague’s city center, all sorted by price:
Luxury (€220 and up)
- Grand Hotel Bohemia – This is one of the best 5-star hotels in Prague if you want a luxurious stay near Old Town Square! It offers free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, modern furniture, and bathtubs in all bathrooms found in each of the spacious rooms.
- Four Seasons Prague – If you are looking for a gorgeous luxury hotel in Prague, this is your choice! Among their amenities is a spa that overlooks Prague Castle and the Astronomical Clock, a fitness room, a swimming pool, and even airline reservation and translation services.
Middle-priced (from €100 – €220)
- MOODs Charles Bridge – This is a 4-star hotel in the Old Town, perfect for those wondering where to stay in Prague for a great value! Set at 6-minute walk from the Astronomical Clock and Wenceslas Square, it offers the guests free Wi-Fi and a small gym, and you can make reservations for a massage as well!
- Hotel Leonardo Prague – This is another hotel located in a quiet location in the Old Town, with easy access to Charles Bridge and the Jewish Quarter, and has all the elegant and spacious rooms and suites furnished with antique pieces from Prague’s Art Nouveau heritage. All rooms are allergy-free and come with free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, a safety deposit box, and more.
Budget (up to €100)
- Old Prague Hotel – Wondering where to stay in Prague center on a budget near Wenceslas Square and within easy access of the Jewish Quarter? This hotel is located in an 1895 building with all decorations kept in sync with the historic site but still modern and comfortable! All the spacious rooms have a private bathroom and free Wi-Fi and they come with a courtyard or quiet street view.
- Hostel Kaiser – This is a great option for cheap hotels in Prague that offers a nice and comfy shared lounge where you can sit and relax. It is a modern hotel in terms of appliances, décor, and furniture while being very comfortable and at a great price! Each room includes free Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning, and its location is incredibly super close to the Astronomical Clock and with easy access to public transportation.
Check the rates for Stare Mesto
2. New Town (Nove Mesto) – near the Central train station
Right next to the Old Town (sharing Republic Square), you’ll find the New Town, called Nové Město in Czech. This neighborhood has an excellent central location and is close to the Main Train Station (Central Railway Station).
Even though it’s called “New Town,” the area is not new – it was established in 1348, so it’s almost 700 years old!
The New Town is where you’ll find the Dancing House (also called Fred and Ginger), probably the most interesting building in the city, thanks to its unique architectural style. Wenceslas Square is also located in this neighborhood, as well as the National Museum, the National Theatre, the Franz Kafka Museum, the Museum of Communism, and more.
I recommend the New Town to anyone that wants a central location, but don’t want to stay right in the hustle and bustle of the Old Town during your stay in Prague. Plus you’ll be super close to Prague’s main train station, so it’s a great place for people who want to do day trips.
By the way, if you need inspiration about Prague (and 3 awesome day trip recommendations), I recommend checking out my article about the best 13 things to do in Prague!
If you feel like this is the right place for you, here are the best hotels I have chosen for you near Republic Square in the New Town in Prague:
Luxury (€150 and up)
- Hotel Kings Court – If you’re looking for a great luxurious place where to stay in Prague to enjoy some luxury, this one’s for you! This superb 5-star hotel is located very close to Wenceslas Square and it awaits with a small pool, a Finnish sauna, and many other cool perks!
- MOOo Downtown – Are you looking for the best hotel in Prague New Town, close to Wenceslas Square and the main train station? Then this 4-star hotel is definitely for you! The spacious rooms here are very nicely decorated, and some other cool advantages of staying here include free Wi-Fi, daily housekeeping, and more.
Middle-priced (€80 – €150)
- Boat Hotel Matylda – Do you want to stay in Prague New Town (Nové Město), super close to Wenceslas Square, and enjoy top value for the money you’ll be paying? Then you should check out this place! It’s a super nice 4-star hotel that has everything you might need!
- H7 Palace – Within walking distance to the city center, H7 Palace provides awesome service, a cozy internal courtyard, and spacious aparthotel rooms with everything you need to have a comfortable stay in Prague. What’s more, the surrounding streets have so many great places to eat and see, you might not even make it to the rest of the city!
Budget (up to €80)
- Miss Sophie’s Downtown – Wondering where to stay in Prague center, exactly in the New Town, on a budget? You should check out this awesome place! This cute and cozy hostel is located very close to many tourist attractions and the central railway station, plus it awaits with a 24-hour front desk, a lounge room, a yummy breakfast, and everything else in between.
- Hotel Liberty – Here’s another awesome option for a very good budget stay in Prague New Town, close to Old Town Square and many other tourist attractions as well! This classic and friendly hotel has a nice terrace where you can relax and unwind!
3. Lesser Town (Mala Strana) – where to stay in Prague with family
Malá Strana, also known as the Lesser Town or the Little Quarter is on the other side of the Vltava River from the Old Town after you cross Charles Bridge. It’s basically located between Stare Mesto and Castle District (Hradcany).
Mala Strana is a great central neighborhood located very close to all the important sights in the city and it’s also my top recommendation for people who are traveling with their family in the city, and looking for a quieter atmosphere.
A great thing about Mala Strana is that it’s located super close to Prague Castle, a top highlight of the city and the biggest castle complex ever. A great neighborhood for culture lovers for sure!
While you’re around Mala Strana, you can take a stroll on the beautiful cobbled streets and admire the charming buildings, pay a visit to the John Lennon Wall, relax in Malostranské Square or enjoy a Czech beer in one of the coolest pubs around.
Convinced? Here are the best hotels in Mala Strana, Prague to choose from:
Luxury (€130 and up)
- Malostranská Residence – Are you looking for a grand hotel where to stay in Prague where you’ll be spoiled exactly like a queen or king? This one’s for you! This superb aparthotel awaits with a great location, amazing views of the city, and many luxurious facilities!
- Bishop’s House – Here’s another upscale choice for your stay in Mala Strana, Prague! This great 4-star hotel is located super close to Charles Bridge and the Old Town as well, which means you’ll be close to all the important landmarks and attractions in the city!
Middle-priced (from €90 to €130)
- Three Golden Crowns Apartments – Are you looking for a very good mid-range stay in Prague Malá Strana close to Malostranské Square? Then this place is for you! It’s a very comfortable 3-star aparthotel located very close to the castle and St. Vitus Cathedral as well, so you can explore the city on foot!
- Hotel U 3 Pstrosu – Here’s another awesome middle-priced hotel in Mala Strana (also called the Lesser Town) close to Malostranské Square! This superb 4-star hotel has classy and clean and spacious rooms and it’s located right in the historical center of Prague. What more can you wish for?
Budget (up to €90)
- Little Quarter Hostel – Are you looking for an unforgettable budget stay in Mala Strana, close to Malostranské Square? Look no further than this awesome hostel! This accommodation is hosted in a historical building and it offers everything you might need for a pleasant stay for a small rate!
- Charles Bridge Hostel & Apartments – Here’s another budget-friendly option located right in the heart of Malá Strana (also called the Lesser Town)! This hostel has simple but cozy rooms, perfect for a good night’s sleep after a full day of exploring Prague!
Check the rates for Mala Strana
4. Castle District (Hradcany) – top place for couples
Here are a couple of interesting things about Prague Castle and the area before you visit:
The Castle District, also called Hradcany, is, as you might’ve guessed already, the neighborhood where Prague Castle is located! (PS: We have a whole post about how to get the best tickets).
Prague Castle is one of the largest castle complexes in the world and it’s definitely one of those unmissable things to visit during your trip to the Czech capital. Hradcany offers a great view of the city and Vltava River and it’s also a more laid-back neighborhood, perfect for people who don’t want to be in the tourist craziness of the Old Town Square.
Except for Prague Castle, some of the highlights of this area include the National Gallery of Bohemian Art, the Royal Garden, and more. Plus, you’ll be super close to Malá Strana, Nove Mesto, and Stare Mesto as well. Get ready to stroll romantic cobblestone streets with your partner!
In terms of accommodation, this District has something for all tastes and budgets out there, from luxurious 5-star hotels to hostels, guest houses, and apartments as well.
If you have your heart set on the area, scroll down to find your ideal place to stay from one of my recommendations below:
Luxury (€200 and up)
- Mandarin Oriental Prague – This grand hotel is part of the top luxury hotels in Prague! Their rooms have underfloor heating and the bathroom cosmetics have essential oils. Their spa is located in a former Renaissance chapel, and their other amenities include a gym, a sauna, and yoga classes.
- Golden Well – If you’re still wondering where to stay in Prague for the ultimate luxury experience, I recommend booking your stay at this hotel! Needless to say that it is located very close to Prague Castle and it also has plenty of awesome facilities and amenities that will make your stay unforgettable!
Middle-priced (from €100 to €200)
- Golden Star – Are you looking for a great mid-range accommodation located very close to the castle? You’ll find it here! This hotel has new and modern facilities and amenities and all the rooms here are spotless and nicely decorated. Get ready for a great experience! hotel
- Hotel Questenberk – Here’s another great mid-range option very close to Prague Castle. It’s also close to the Old Town, so you can rest assured that you’ll be in the best location ever. Some of the best things about staying in this 4-star hotel are the free Wi-Fi, the summer terrace, and the superb rooms, of course.
Budget (up to €100)
- Residence Thunovska – Are you looking for a great budget stay in Prague, close to the castle? No worries, I found the best solution for you! These apartments offer free Wi-Fi, and bright modern rooms with a classical touch thanks to the 16th-century Renaissance building it is situated at – plus, it has a central location close to Prague’s main attractions!
- Hostel Nerudova 211 – Here’s another cheap place near Prague Castle and close to the Old Town as well. It’s a very comfortable hostel hosted in the old residence of Jan Blazej Santini architect, so it has awesome decor!
5. Vinohrady – top place to stay in Prague for foodies
Vinohrady is one of the coolest (and greenest!) places to stay in Prague, and it’s not located far away from Prague city center either (it’s actually in Prague 2), which is a great plus.
In case you’re looking for a calmer atmosphere, then Vinohrady is definitely one of the best places to stay in Prague for you! For example, you can take a walk in one of the most beautiful parks in the city called Havlickovy Sady, visit the Peace Square (Náměstí Míru), admire the gorgeous buildings, or enjoy some relaxation in one of the cute cafes (by the way, there are tons of specialty coffee places around this area!)
If you’re a passionate foodie traveling to Prague, then you’ll surely love Vinohrady, as it’s filled with plenty of awesome restaurants serving both traditional Czech cuisine and international cuisines as well.
That being said, here are the best hotels in Vinohrady, Prague 2 to choose from:
Luxury (€130 and up)
- Falkensteiner Boutique Hotel – This 5-star hotel in Golden City has an incredible location near the central railway station and of course, the metro line. The amenities? Well, with a spa, steam bath, and an on-site restaurant serving delicious dishes, I’m sure you will want to stay inside the hotel at all times!
- Downtown Suites Jugoslavska – Here’s a superb 4-star hotel in one of the best areas to stay in Prague 2! This aparthotel is located right in the heart of Vinohrady, and it awaits with all the facilities and amenities you might need including a terrace and free toiletries!
Middle-priced (from €90 to €130)
- Eight Secrets Boutique Residence – This is an incredible option if you are looking for a hotel with a great location without breaking the bank! Close to many tourist attractions, and Central Railway Station but also in a quiet street, this hotel has it all!
- Hotel Don Giovanni Prague – This hotel in Vinohrady is a great and modern option for cheap accommodation in Prague 2, where all the rooms are air-conditioned, with a flat-screen satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, and a minibar. Among facilities that require an extra fee, the guests can use a hammam, a spa and wellness center, a sauna, and a gym.
Budget (up to €90)
- Vinohradsky dum – If you still haven’t found your dream place in Vinohrady (Prague 2), you should check out this aparthotel! It’s has super affordable apartments ready to you to create a home away from home
- Hostel One Míru – If you are looking to make some friends during your stay, this hostel is a great place where to stay in Prague. You’ll find options for all budget from dorm rooms to private rooms and a great atmosphere in the common areas.
6. Zizkov – where to stay in Prague for nightlife
Are you a night owl looking for great nightlife places to dance the night away and enjoy some fun? Or maybe heading here on your Stag do? Then Žižkov is the place for you!
Zizkov is a perfect place for people who are looking for awesome pubs and clubs but also for those traveling on a budget; because it’s not located as close to the city centre as other neighborhoods, this can only mean that the accommodation options here are cheaper than, let’s say, in the Old Town Prague!
Zizkov is where you’ll find plenty of beer gardens where you can enjoy some delicious Czech beer, bars, pubs, and different types of nightclubs as well.
If you think this is the best place for you, here are the best hotels in Zizkov to choose from:
Luxury (€180 and up)
- The Hotel Fitzgerald – Here’s one of Prague’s best hotels! I recommend it to all travelers looking for a luxurious hotel with an on-site restaurant, a bar, and impeccable 5-star service. Get ready for an unforgettable stay!
- Courtyard by Marriott Prague City – This beautiful 4-star hotel is another great choice for those who want to be spoiled during your stay in Prague! Staying here means you’ll be surrounded by many bars and food places that serve Czech cuisine – a great plus!
Middle-priced (from €60 to €180)
- Limes Apartments – Zizkov is a great place to stay in Prague if you’re looking for perfect mid-range places! For example, this aparthotel has a very convenient location, within walking distance to all the important attractions in this neighborhood!
- Carlton – Here’s one of the city’s best hotels if you’re looking for a fantastic mid-range option with all the facilities and amenities you might need for a pleasant stay! Free Wi-Fi, an airport shuttle, a bar, and a fabulous free breakfast are just some advantages of staying here!
Budget (up to €60)
- Hotel Florenc – If you’re looking for a hostel, this place is for you! It has a very convenient location within walking distance of the nearest tram and metro station, and it even has an on-site restaurant that serves a delicious breakfast to begin your day on the right foot!
- Brix Hostel – As I mentioned above, Zizkov is a great area to stay in Prague for nightlife lovers, and this accommodation is surrounded by plenty of bars, traditional Czech pubs, and clubs! It’s within walking distance of a metro station and other interesting sights in this neighborhood.
7. Karlin – where to stay in Prague on a budget
Are you traveling to the city on a tight budget? Are you looking for a cheap stay in Prague? Then Karlín must be the neighborhood for you!
Karlin, unlike the Old Town, New Town, Mala Strana, or the Castle District, doesn’t have many old buildings, as it’s a rather new and up-and-coming neighborhood in Prague. So if you’re interested in a rather modern vibe, this is the best place to stay in Prague!
Some of the best places to visit in this area include Vilkov Hill, the City of Prague Museum, and some cute churches.
Another great thing about this area is that it’s not far from the city centre – if you use public transport, you’ll be there in more or less 10 minutes! But it’s a very good place to stay in Prague if you’re on the search for a laid-back area with plenty of interesting things to do as well.
That being said, here are the best places to stay in Prague in this awesome neighborhood:
Luxury (€200 and up)
- Empirent Karlin Apartments – If you’re looking for luxurious places where to stay, Prague has many amazing options! For example, this awesome aparthotel is a great choice if you want a spacious place to stay in Prague that will offer outstanding service!
- Botanique Hotel – Close to the city centre, this hotel is inspired by nature with an incredible green approach. It is located within walking distance to the Prague Old Town district, where you will find numerous traditional Czech pubs or if you want something more tranquil, I bet having a stroll in Prague’s beautiful cobblestone streets lined with its amazing buildings will be the perfect option for you!
Middle-priced (from €100 to €200)
- Hotel Royal Prague – The rooms at this great hotel have a flat-screen satellite TV, extra-long beds, and an electric kettle. Some rooms even have a small seating area to relax! Among the amenities, they offer free Wi-Fi, a spa, and wellness center, and more.
- Hotel Alwyn – Here’s another awesome mid-range hotel close to the town center! The service offered here is at a high level, and the prices are very good – plus, you’ll be a minute away from all the essential attractions in this area!
Budget (up to €80)
- B&B Hotel Prague City – 100 m from the Vltava River, B&B Hotel Prague City is a great choice for anyone looking for decent accommodation on a budget. Providing everything from bright double rooms to a breakfast buffet, this hotel has great value for money.
- Bright Studio – This 3-star hotel in Karlin has some great rates and better service, trust me! They offer free Wi-Fi, and an incredible location close to many attractions like Charles Bridge!
Best apartments in Prague
If you want to book an apartment instead of a hotel for your Prague stay, don’t worry; I got you covered as well! Going for an apartment instead of a hotel is a great option if you are traveling with a bigger group or if you just want something that feels more like home and sometimes even at more accessible prices!
There are maaany great options for Prague apartments that perfectly fit all preferences and budgets. Here are the best ones I have selected for you:
Luxury (€200 and up)
- Riverview Old Town Apartment – This entire apartment is perfect for up to 8 people, and it has 4 soundproofed bedrooms, an equipped kitchen, and 2 bathrooms. The accommodation also includes air-conditioning, a balcony, a terrace with river views, a flat-screen satellite TV, a dishwasher, and a washing machine.
- MN6 Luxury Suites – Here’s a superb, luxurious apartment in the heart of Prague’s Old Town! This place is lovely, plus it is located near the Vltava River, Old Town Hall and of course, the Old Town Hall Tower!
Middle-priced (from €80 to €200)
- Masná 19 – This fantastic apartment is within walking distance from the main attractions like the Astronomical Clock, the Wenceslas Square, and Charles Bridge, plus it is spacious enough to fit 8 people. The property is fully soundproofed and has one bedroom, an equipped kitchen with a fridge and microwave, and one bathroom. The rooms have a cozy and simple décor, and you’ll have easy access to the rest of the city via public transport (it’s close to a metro station).
- Stylish luxury in Old Town Prague – Here’s a super friendly and comfortable apartment with excellent prices! It’s perfect for up to 4 guests looking to explore everything that Prague has to offer. Get ready for an unforgettable stay in the Old Town near the Astronomical Clock!
Budget (up to €70)
- Central Apartment on Wenceslas Square +A/C+Netflix – Are you looking for a very good budget stay in the Old Town? Try and book a room here; it’s an excellent choice! You’ll be well-connected to many public transportation options, so you can easily get around the city from this apartment.
- Beautiful, clean, tidy room in the center of Prague – This is another excellent budget option for your stay, right in the heart of the Old Town! Get ready for a super pleasant stay in Prague! This is a lovely private room in an apartment hosted in a baroque building, great for up to 2 guests.
Check the rates for Prague here
|👑 Luxury price:||$230|
|💵 Mid Range:||$110|
|🛎️ Best luxury hotel:||Grand Hotel Bohemia|
|💵 Mid-range hotel:||MOODs Charles Bridge|
|👛 Best budget hotel:||Old Prague Hotel|
BONUS 1: Best hotels for families in Prague
If you are going to Prague on a family holiday, it is a good idea to consider looking at hotels that are also kid-friendly. Here are some of the best hotels in Prague that I recommend for families
NOTE: Prices below are for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 kids):
Luxury (€200 and up)
- Prague Marriott Hotel – Marriot is one of the best hotels in Prague Old Town that offer luxurious signature bedding in the spacious rooms, a flat-screen TV, a seating area, and a 24/7 open fully equipped gym for all the guests. Plus, you’ll be within walking distance of many important attractions in town, such as the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and a train and metro station.
- Pytloun Boutique Hotel Prague – This is one of the top Prague hotels because of its boutique, modern design overlooking Wenceslas Square and the Franciscan Gardens. This cool boutique hotel is also close to Old Town Square and Charles Bridge! Get ready for an unforgettable stay!
Middle-priced (from €120 to €200)
- Aquapalace Hotel Prague – This is one of the most fun Prague hotels for families in one of the best areas in the city! It is a non-smoking hotel located on the grounds of the Aquapalace Praha, for which it offers unlimited access to most guests (some specific rooms do not include the tickets – be sure to double-check).
- Wellness Hotel Prague Step – This hotel has a direct connection to Step Sports and Wellness Center, where guests may use all their facilities, such as tennis, squash, and badminton courts, a bowling alley, and an indoor pool at the spa. All the rooms are spacious and have a satellite TV, free Wi-Fi, and air-conditioning. Plus, you can reach Old Town Square in no time by public transport!
Budget (up to €120)
- Pension Karlova – Here’s a great choice if you’re looking for perfect budget places to stay in Prague with your entire family! This fab hotel is right in the heart of town, and you can quickly get around on foot and explore everything Prague has to offer!
- Green Garden Hotel – This cute and clean hotel is within walking distance of all the highlights in Prague, like Charles Bridge and the Prague Old Town Square! Plus, this place is close to plenty of public transportation so that you can see other areas in town as well!
Check the rates for Prague here
BONUS 2: Best hotels near Prague airport
In case you are staying in the city for a short time and you are wondering what are the best hotels in Prague near the Vaclav Havel Airport, I have some great options for you! These top selections have fantastic reviews and facilities:
- Luxury: Courtyard by Marriott Prague Airport is one of the best luxury Prague hotels near the airport you can find (only 650 m from the airport!) All the rooms are allergy-free and have a 42-inch flat-screen TV with free movie channels, free Wi-Fi, and more. Get ready for a great experience!
- Middle-priced: U Václava – is an excellent option for a middle-priced Prague apartment, perfect if you prefer a little more privacy. And the best part is, that the Airport is just a little under 2 km from this apartment!
- Budget: Shato Gesson Hotel – is the best budget accommodation option near the airport (only 7 km away!)with elegant and colorful modern décor – you will not believe the price you are paying for this excellent service! The hotel offers walking tours, and temporary art galleries for guests to have fun!
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FAQs about Prague Hotels
📍 Where is the best place to stay in Prague for first-time visitors?
The best area where to stay in Prague for first-time visitors is the Old Town where you will find many historical attractions, restaurants, and bars to spend your days while visiting! I recommend MOODs Charles Bridge and Hotel Leonardo Prague to stay at!
👩❤️👨 Which is the best place to stay in Prague for couples?
The Castle District is a great place to stay while visiting with your partner as it has picturesque cobblestone streets and incredibly romantic hotels like Mandarin Oriental Prague
🕺 Where should we stay in Prague for a Stag Do?
Zizkov is a great area to visit if you are interested in partying the night away! Carlton is a great option in case you want to stay in the area.
🚌 Should I stay in New Town or Old Town?
It all depends. In Old Town, you will be surrounded by many tourist attractions, and it is a hectic area; in New Town, you will be in a calmer area but with so many museums and activities to do!
🎄 Where is the best place to stay in Prague for Christmas markets?
The Old Town is where to stay for Christmas markets as the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square host the main ones. Grand Hotel Bohemia and MOODs Charles Bridge are some great hotels where to stay in the Old Town.
❌ Is there anywhere not to stay in Prague?
While Prague isn’t a super dangerous city, there are a few neighborhoods like Smíchov, Bartolomějská and Benediktská where the city is a little more “gritty” than average and is best avoided by tourists.
This was my complete guide for accommodations that fit every taste and pocket! I hope it will be helpful for your Prague hotel booking process!
In this post, I have carefully chosen recommendations for Prague’s 7 best neighborhoods and hotels! As a bonus, I gave you some recommendations for apartments and family hotels in the city and airport hotels! You will find your dream accommodation in one of my lists above!
Oh, and by the way, if you need help planning your itinerary in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, I recommend you check out my post about things to do in Prague so you will have a better idea of all the activities that you can do in the city!
Before wrapping this up, I want to give you my top 2 hotel options in Prague, both of them with incredible reviews. So if you want to stay here (or any other hotel in the post) do not forget to book in advance to secure a spot in the city!
- Falkensteiner Boutique Hotel – In case you are wondering where to stay if you want to have a luxurious stay, this is the perfect option!
- Hotel Kings Court – Another incredible luxury hotel, I know… I can’t help it,I love a good luxurious stay!
I hope you will have the best Prague holidays, and, as always, let me know if you have any questions below in the comments! I will be more than happy to answer!
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