Where to Stay in Prague: Recommended Hotels in City Center

A guide to best hostels, boutique hotels, and luxury hotels in Prague.

An insider's guide to the accommodation in Prague. We've selected the best hotels in Prague to suit every budget. Tips on where to stay when visiting the capital of the Czech Republic.

Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, became over past few years a must-visit destination, and of course, hoteliers registered this trend very quickly.

Prices of accommodation grew significantly, and although you still can get good deals when trying to find cheap accommodation last minute, it is always better to do your homework in advance and search for early bird specials. Only this way you can avoid disappointment and you won't be homeless for the night, or paying an unreasonable sum for a hotel which is not worth it.

We've selected hostels and hotels we believe you might like the best in every price range.



Travel&Joy Backpackers | Very centrally located hostel only 600 meters from Wenceslas Square with nice and clean kitchen area. The perfect location means one thing, you'll be close to bars and restaurants as well as to all sights.

Brix Hostel | The friendly hostel in Zizkov quarter is newly renovated and is known for its relaxed atmosphere and meeting place for same-minded travelers. Zizkov is a great place if you're looking to meet locals and enjoy the nightlife as well. The hostel has dormitories as well as private rooms.

Little Quarter Hostel | Set in a historical building, the very well rated hostel features bar, laundry or bike rental with guided tours. You can enjoy a terrace view during summer. The hostel has private double rooms as well as dorms.

Sophies' Hostel | Friendly service, modern design, and perfect location in an Art-Nouveau building from the 19th century: this is why travelers rate this hostel that high. When traveling in a group, you can stay in apartments to have some privacy and home-like feeling.

Mosaic House | The eco-friendly design hostel & hotel is located only 10 minutes walk from Charles Bridge. You don't need to go far, when you're craving for a beer, the property features a bar, live music, and DJs.



Ibis Praha Mala Strana | Ibis hotel belongs to Accor hotels chain so most people who book it know what to expect. In case you don't: modern rooms, comfortable beds, and a good wife connection. This hotel is in a business area called Andel, and the place features a lot of bars and large shopping center.

Motel One Prague | Centrally located hotel with a very stylish bar and organic breakfast offers everything you need during your stay in Prague. It is a chain of design hotels so become a member and get extra advantages.

Mamaison Residence | The quarter of residential area Vinohrady is worth exploring. Beautiful buildings, parks, stylish restaurant and of course the modern apartments with fully equipped kitchen is what makes this hotel a good deal.

NYX Prague | NYX is a design hotel only about a 1-minute walking distance from Wenceslas Square. You can enjoy not only the room but also beautiful interiors decorated by the artwork.



MOODs Boutique Hotel | The highly stylish hotel close to all tourist attractions, shopping centers, and great restaurants. The boutique hotel provides luxurious beds, Thai massages, and airport shuttle service for a fee.

BoHo Prague Hotel | This hotel is among the best in Prague. The location is exceptional, and there is nothing you would miss in the outstanding accommodation's equipment.

Hotel Residence Agnes | The Prague's number one hotel on Tripadvisor is often fully booked. If you find the room available, do not hesitate and go for it. The hotel is unique not only because of room features but mainly because of the top guest service and the location in the historic heart of Prague.

Design Hotel Jewel Prague | Let's start your day with complimentary breakfast, enjoy the atmosphere of the historical building and then step out and explore Prague. Jewel Hotel is only a short walk from Old Town Square and other must-see attractions.

The Emblem Hotel | The beautiful and centrally located boutique hotel offers complimentary spa, gym, and sauna for all guests so you can relax here after the whole day of walking around Prague.



Mandarin Oriental | Mandarin Hotel is located in historical Mala Strana quarter and occupies restored monastery so the connection with historical Prague can be hardly better.

Four Seasons Hotel Prague | Four Seasons brand belongs to the best all over the world and Four Seasons hotel in Prague is no exception. The hotel is conveniently located right near Charles Bridge and Vltava River, and you can enjoy views of the bridge and Prague Castle from some rooms.

Golden Well | Beautiful Renaissance-style building hides one of the Prague's best hotels. Make sure you won't miss dining in the restaurant with incredible views and of course, exceptional food.

Augustine Prague | Located right next to Wallenstein Garden and right in between Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, the hotel occupies Augustinian Monastery from the 13th century and the old times feeling with a combination of tastefully furnished rooms and professional service, makes from this hotel a good pick.

Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague | The oriental-style hotel has the ultimate atmosphere which will take you far away from everyday stress. Hotels' bar and restaurant are well-known among gourmets from Prague and from abroad as well.




For a couple of days long city break, pack comfortable clothes for walking, but here are five essentials you should have in your backpack for sure.

  • Travel Adapter | When traveling from outside Europe, do not forget that we have different sockets here, so bring along travel adapter with multi-plugs to keep your electronics working.

  • Comfortable Shoes for Him & for Her | Having comfortable shoes is essential to make sure you won't suffer when walking the narrow cobblestone streets.

  • Umbrella | It can rain in Prague any time of the year, having a sturdy windproof umbrella can save your day.

  • Camera | Prague is one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe, so make sure you have a quality camera ready.

  • Guidebook | Although we love reading travel blogs and follow the advice of people who had visited the place before us, we also like to walk around the city with the good oldfashioned paperback.


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