10 best Prague hotels, hostels & apartments

Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is also known as The Golden City. One of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe, it was under communist rule until not that very long ago. Back then, it was very difficult to travel to Prague. However, things changed after the fall of the Iron Curtain and finding Prague hotels, hostels, and apartments became easier and easier as time passed.

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Best Prague hotels

While the quality of Prague hotels was questionable back in the early ’90s, at the moment all international hotel chains have their own Prague hotels. From the most common to the most luxurious hotels, Prague is one of the European cities with the highest number of five-star hotels!

A visit to The Golden City is always a wonderful experience, and choosing from the best Prague hotels will add a nice touch to your travel itinerary. You’ll find a wide variety of hotels in Prague to choose from depending on your budget.

As you’re searching for Prague hotels, you’ll notice that it’s not hard to find one in the city centre. Actually, most Prague hotels are located in Old Town and pretty close to each other. If you’re traveling with friends/family, it won’t be inconvenient if you’re not in the same hotel. The city is very small when compared to some of the other big European cities, so it’s easy to go from A to B in Prague on foot. This is actually one of the most appealing features of Prague!

Below are some Prague hotels I recommend for in the capital of the Czech Republic. Though excellent for all types of travelers, couples will be particularly happy with them:


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10 best Prague Hotels: Corinthia Hotel Prague by VitVit / CC BY-SA

Corinthia Hotel Prague

Corinthia Hotel Prague is a 5-star luxury hotel delivering the highest level of comfort and prides itself on the high quality of the amenities and facilities provided to visitors. It’s definitely one of the most popular hotels in the Czech capital city.

This luxurious hotel is located at the top of one of Prague’s hills, 2 metro stops from the center. It offers panoramic residential views and a salon on the top floor with a swimming pool.

All rooms are air-conditioned and come with a flat-screen satellite TV, high-quality furniture and luxurious fabrics. Free WiFi is available, of course.

The Apollo Day Spa on the first floor provides a wide variety of spa and fitness services paired with excellent views. It is available for an additional charge for guests staying in the Superior Room

Czech, Mediterranean, and Asian cuisine can be enjoyed in the various elegant restaurants of the Corinthia Hotel Prague.


panorama hotel prague
Best Prague Hotels: Panorama Hotel Prague by JiriMatejicek / CC BY-SA

Panorama Hotel Prague

Panorama Hotel Prague is a 4-star luxury hotel located in a quiet residential area, close to central Prague, making it easy for guests to explore palaces, towers, museums, and gardens.

The air-conditioned rooms at the Panorama Hotel Prague include satellite television, a minibar, and a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Free WiFi is available in the entire hotel, of course.

The Panorama Hotel Prague provides a range of leisure and fitness services, including a rooftop indoor pool and panoramic city views. The Panorama wellness area has a modern gym, a sauna, a steam bath, and a hot tub.

The on-site Mezzo Restaurant serves Czech and international cuisine. Drinks and small meals can be consumed at the Panorama Hotel’s café, and a huge American breakfast buffet is available every morning.

Shopping lovers will enjoy the famous Arcady Shopping Mall, with about 150 stores, cafés, and restaurants to check out. It’s just next door!


hilton prague hotel
Best Prague Hotels: Hilton Prague Hotel by JiriMatejicek / CC BY-SA

Hilton Prague Hotel

The newly renovated Hilton Prague Hotel offers comfort and excellent facilities within walking distance of Prague’s main tourist attractions and the Palladium shopping center. The Florence Metro Station is 150 meters away and can be reached through the shopping passage. On-site underground parking is available.

The bright and airy rooms, designed with convenience in mind, provide a place to relax or start a new day. The Executive Rooms provide private check-in and check-out and a complimentary continental breakfast, while the Deluxe Rooms provide a comfortable and modern environment, a flat-screen TV and built-in USB ports. WiFi is available for free in all public areas, but at a surcharge in the rooms.

The award-winning Cloud 9 Sky Bar provides panoramic views. Grilled beef, seafood, and vegetable dishes can be enjoyed in The Able Butcher, while Café Bistro hosts visitors around the clock.

Free of charge state-of-the-art fitness center with a sun terrace, an indoor pool, and a spa are also at guests’ disposal. This is one of the best luxury hotels in Prague.


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Best Prague Hotels: Hotel Savoy Prague by JiriMatejicek / CC BY-SA

Hotel Savoy Prague

In a historic building dating back to the early 1900s, the luxury 5-star Hotel Savoy is a 5-minute walk from Prague Castle and its gardens. Many other popular sights in Prague, like the Strahov Monastery or the Petřín Hill with its lookout tower and gardens, are within walking distance.

Rooms and luxury suites at the Savoy Hotel Prague are air-conditioned and elegantly decorated, blending luxury amenities with an old English theme. Each unit includes a flat-screen smart TV, a fully equipped minibar and a private marble bathroom with a bathtub or a shower, a hairdryer, a bathrobe and slippers.

The hotel’s wellness room with a Finnish sauna, a steam bath, a hot tub and a small fitness center allows visitors to relax after a day of sightseeing. Different forms of massages can also be enjoyed. Guests have free access to the fitness center, bio sauna, steam sauna and hot tub. Beauty treatments are also available.

The cozy Hradčany Restaurant serves traditional Czech and international cuisine. Delicious meals, personal service and live piano music under the open roof create the amazing atmosphere of the restaurant.

Guests can also enjoy cocktails in the Art Deco-style lobby bar or the Anglo-Saxon fireplace library, a 100-year-old clock, and hundreds of books.


Esplanade Prague Hotel

If you arrive by rail, you can also find a significant number of Prague hotels in the immediate vicinity of the Prague Central Station. For example, the luxurious Esplanade Prague Hotel offers a lovely stay in a stunning 1927 Art-Nouveau building.

Opposite the State Opera, this luxurious 5-star hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Wenceslas Square and a 5-minute walk from Prague Main Train Station.

The air-conditioned rooms at the Esplanade Prague Hotel feature elegant wooden furniture and large Carrara marble bathrooms. Facilities include a flat-screen satellite TV and a minibar.

Gourmet French cuisine and traditional Czech dishes are served at the restaurant. The non-smoking Esplanade Prague Hotel also features a lounge and a café with a summer terrace. A varied buffet is served every morning in the elegant breakfast room.


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Best Prague hotels: Ramada Airport Hotel Prague by ŠJů, Wikimedia Commons / CC BY

Ramada Airport Hotel Prague

You can reach the city by air via Prague’s Ruzyne Airport. If you prefer to stay by the airport, I recommend booking the Ramada Airport Hotel Prague at Ruzyne Airport.

This luxury hotel is located at Terminal 3 of Prague Airport. It provides air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi connections and a regular shuttle service to Terminals 1 and 2. The Ramada Airport Hotel Prague also provides a 24-hour reception and free baggage storage. Information on flight arrivals and departures is also offered online.

The restaurant is open all day and serves a wide range of dishes from Czech and international cuisine. There’s a wide variety of drinks in the bar, too.


Best Prague hostel

Prague caters to the preferences of many, it’s a historic city with attractions and landmarks that are all within short reach but offering the atmosphere of a true metropolis. Finding accommodation in Prague is never going to be tough. And if Prague hotels aren’t your thing, there are plenty of budget-friendly hostels to choose from. However, there is one in particular that I’d like to point out to solo travelers:


Plus Prague Hostel

In a quiet residential neighborhood, 1 tram stop and a 2-minute walk from Nadrazi Holesovice Train and Metro Station, Plus Prague Hostel has rooms with private bathrooms and free internet access. It’s an excellent option to cheap hotels in Prague.

Plus Prague Hostel’s chill-out area with a large-screen TV and free internet stations, an indoor pool open all year round, and a sauna are great for relaxing after a day of exploring Prague.

Czech and international cuisine and a breakfast buffet can be enjoyed in the family-run self-service restaurant.


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Wenceslas Square Apartments

Best Prague apartments

Nowadays, however, the trend is to book Prague apartments. The owners of Prague apartments are actually becoming very skilled, either in terms of sale techniques, or in terms of luxury, facilities, and atmosphere. You will quickly notice that apartments in Prague are typically very well restored and beautifully furnished with sleek furniture. Here are a few that I recommend for budget travelers:


City Nest

The City Nest Prague Apartments are 851 meters away from the Astronomical Clock and the Old Town Square.

City Nest provides studios and apartments in Prague with free WiFi and air conditioning. All come with a completely fitted kitchenette or kitchenette and a private bathroom with free toiletries, a hairdryer, and a shower. Some of them are open spaces, while others have 1 or 2 bedrooms. A wonderful alternative to expensive Prague hotels!


Wenceslas Square Apartments

Wenceslas Square Apartments provide city views and free WiFi at a 20-minute stroll from Prague National Museum Historic Building and 3.1 km from Prague Astronomical Clock. They’re a great alternative to some of the best hotels in Prague.

Each of these Prague apartments includes a completely fitted kitchen with a refrigerator, a seating area with a couch, a flat-screen TV, a washing machine and a private bathroom with a shower and a hairdryer.


Pension Prague City

Pension Prague City is centrally located in the quiet and unique Žižkov district, a 25-minute walk or a short tram ride from Prague’s Old Town. You can easily reach most of Prague’s famous monuments in just a few minutes. If you don’t feel like walking, there are only 3 stops with a 24-hour tram to Wenceslas Square and the National Museum.

Each room is fully en-suite (some rooms have a bathtub) and some are air-conditioned. Wireless internet is available free of charge in the hotel. A PC with high-speed Internet access is also available free of charge for guests in the reception area. It’s a good and affordable alternative to boutique hotels.


How to get the best Prague hotels deals

If you want to visit the Czech Republic’s capital, there are lots of accommodation options for various budgets in Prague! Nowadays, searching online is the most convenient way to find accommodation deals and the easiest is to go on a large aggregator like Booking or Agoda. Just pay attention to who you’re traveling with and look for Prague hotels that will make everyone happy!

Prague hotels are more expensive than they used to be, but they are still affordable. Keep an eye out for Prague hotels deals on The Travel Bunny’s Facebook page or Twitter profile. You’re going to end up with a comfortable stay with free cancellation for a lot less than you might expect!


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