Over the past few years, Prague has gained a reputation for being an exceptional place to visit for travelers who love art and culture, impressive architecture, and who are on a budget. This is also a wonderful place to experience classical music, sip locally brewed beer, enjoy café culture, and attend some really exciting festivals. So, as you plan your itinerary for a trip to Prague consider staying at one of these highly recommended hotels in the city!
Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa (Prices & Photos)
The Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa is very close to Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge, so it’s an excellent place to stay for sightseeing. This is a luxury hotel in the city center that is located in the former bourgeois houses that served various purposes. Inside the five-star boutique hotel you’ll also find the Aquarius Restaurant, which specializes in homemade Italian pasta and fine wines. The Ecsotica Spa is also part of this hotel so you can relax and unwind after long days of sightseeing. In total, there are 26 deluxe rooms and 19 suites in the Alchymist, which are all uniquely sized and shaped.
Prague Marriott Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Marriott is a familiar hotel chain, and there’s a great one to stay at when you visit Prague. You can expect high-speed Wi-Fi, newly renovated décor, deluxe mattresses, and flat-screen TVs when you stay here. This Marriott also has an onsite coffeehouse and a steak restaurant called the Midtown Grill. For sightseeing, the hotel is near Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, and other popular attractions. Business travelers enjoy this hotel because of the meeting event space, kitchenettes, fitness center, easy access to the city’s main train station, and airport shuttle.
Hotel 16 (Prices & Photos)
This is a family-run boutique hotel in the heart of the city. It’s close to the city’s attractions but far enough away to ensure a peaceful stay. Come here for exceptional customer service and a personal touch with all the details of your stay. A complimentary breakfast is provided, and all rooms come with high-speed Wi-Fi, minibars, flat-screen TVs, and hairdryers. Take your pick among the single rooms, double rooms, small double rooms, and junior suites. Baby cots can be provided at no extra charge. However, pets are not allowed on the property. Guests are within an eight-minute walking distance from Wenceslas Square.
Hilton Prague (Prices & Photos)
Another well-known and trusted hotel brand is Hilton, and the Hilton in Prague comes highly recommended. It is ideally located between Old Town and the business district, as well as just a 25-minute drive from the airport. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available in public areas, there are three restaurants and two bars onsite, and there is a health club and spa as well. This is a favorite spot for business meetings and special events because there are 38 meeting rooms, Congress Hall, and also a Grand Ballroom. For families traveling with kids, there is a children’s menu, outdoor activities, and an indoor pool. To treat yourself, get a massage at the spa or stay in shape with a personal training session.
BoHo Prague Hotel (Prices & Photos)
This is a design hotel in Prague that has rooms of various sizes and is near the Old Town Square. It is good for both business and pleasure travelers, and there’s an onsite restaurant that serves healthy and international meals. There’s also a wellness center here to help you relax and stay fit. Within five minutes from this hotel, you can walk to Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock, the National Theatre and the Jewish area. Prague Castle is about a 20-minute walk from the hotel, and the airport is about 30 minutes away by taxi.
La Ballerina (Prices & Photos)
La Ballerina features 31 rooms and suites with a central location in Prague. There’s an Italian restaurant onsite, as well as airport transfers, valet parking, and complimentary Wi-Fi. This luxury hotel is very close to the Frank Gehry Dancing House, in walking distance to the National Theatre, and about 25 minutes to the airport by car. Restaurant San Carlo serves amazing pizza and other Neapolitan cuisine specialties. Breakfast is served from 7-10:30am daily.
Unitas Hotel (Prices & Photos)
You can stay next to a baroque church and hear the organ playing when you book a room at the Unitas Hotel in Prague. This is a unique and historic place to stay in the city with king size beds, exotic chairs, and locally made furniture. It is rich with history, so take some time to learn about the convent, secret police, and royal connections. Other amenities include an à la carte breakfast, secure parking, lobby bar, large bathrooms, and a library with books and DVDs. Unitas is situated on a quiet road in the historical center of Old Town and close to the National Theatre, Old Town Square, art galleries, shops, and bric-a-brac stores.
Four Seasons Prague (Prices & Photos)
There is also a great Four Seasons hotel to stay at in the middle of Old Town Prague and at the edge of the Vltava River. The main building has a contemporary design that unites the surrounding renaissance, classical, and baroque-style buildings. Unique amenities include a multi-lingual concierge, 24-hour fitness center, complimentary restaurant meals for kids under five, and daily newspapers. This is an excellent place to stay to check out the Prague Christmas markets in the winter season. Meanwhile, there’s a spa onsite for pampering and a modern Italian restaurant that serves seafood, pasta, and regional artisan products.
Savic Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Another great accommodation choice in Prague is the Savic Hotel, which has an executive suite, four junior suites, five deluxe double rooms, 12 superior double rooms, and five standard double rooms. U Dominikana is the onsite restaurant that serves traditional Czech cuisine from local sources. This hotel is also located in the heart of Old Town Square.
Ventana Hotel Prague (Prices & Photos)
Ventana is a five-star luxury boutique hotel that is surrounded by the King’s Row and the Týn Cathedral. This is an Art Nouveau-style palace with elegant décor and high-tech features. There are five different room types to choose from, as well as handicapped access rooms. Check out the Ventana Bar in the five-story atrium and the library with its comfortable reading areas and sofas.