Some Prague Hotels to start with
Prague hotels for your
first night or longer
Do also read the General Info and tips section on how to decide where
to stay (further down this page).
The following hotels and pensions
have all been tested by ourselves
meaning that we have stayed there for at least three nights.
Prices go from ridicolously cheap
The locations are mixed - in Prague City, Prague outskirts or surrounding
The service is good to excellent and they are a good starting point
for when you first arrive in Prague.
Jiloviste - 17 km from Prague
Zbraslav - 10 km from Prague
Lunik - Prague
Filip - Prague
Smichov - Prague - on hillside overlooking Prague City.
2 km from city center. 1 km from Prague Castle.
General information and tips on how to
choose where to stay in Prague or near Prague
If you already know that you want to stay
at a 5 star hotel,
then don't bother reading the rest of this page
But you might be making a mistake in thinking that
only the star hotels in Prague offer decent accommodation.
How to decide where to stay ?
If you intend staying in the Czech Republic - especially in Prague
than a few days, the best way to find a hotel, pension or other
type of accommodation
is NOT to book the hotel before you arrive.
This is not as mad as it may sound.
It is very improbable that you might find all of Prague's hotels
fully booked whenever you go to Prague so even if you should phone
the hotels reviewed
here to find them full, once you arrive in Prague you'll find many
The hotels indicated above are tested and researched (we've been
and perfect for at least your first night and possibly for your
Once you're in Prague, you can
then spend a day or two visiting the
town whilst deciding if you want to remain where you are or to move
Going about it this way leaves all the options open for you to
find the right
place to stay at and if you are staying a week or two, sleeping
in a nice place,
pleasantly located is as important as eating in a good restaurant.
You wouldn't want to have a great 10 days visiting Prague but
unable to get a single good night's sleep would you ?
Prague - being pretty small, offers a variety of types of accommodation
that you won't find neither in London, Paris, Frankfurt nor Milan
choice is great and caters for most tastes and needs.
Where you choose to stay obviously depends on if you are coming
by car and
need parking, have to be bang in the center for business meetings,
prefer green to cement, a nice view at night from one of the surrounding
of Prague - or office buildings staring into your hotel window.
If you are aiming at the star hotels then rest assured that all
have double glazing,
parking, air conditioning and offer great service. But they also
have their price.
For a third of this price, you can get something even better - depending
on your vision of luxury or comfortable living.
When we're talking about 'the price' - we mean around Euro 150
upwards for a single room
in the star hotels, and Euro 50 downwards for great accommodation
in smaller hotels or pensions.
You can also get hotel rooms for Euro 10 a night or less but these
the best solution and we will not reccomend any of these on this