Hotels in Prague

If you’re looking for hotels in Prague then you’ve come to the right place! We’ve searched hotels in Prague and found, along with the highest regarded nearby attractions, some very fine accommodations to help provide for an outstanding trip. Namely, we’ve searched for the most luxurious of Prague’s penthouses and are quite pleased at what we found. When setting out to a foreign country, it can be beneficial to travel in a group. Before we get you to these hotels in Prague, let’s take a look at some background information on the city to help you along the way.

Prague, with a population of about 1.3 million people, is the largest city and capital of the Czech Republic. Nicknamed the “city of a hundred spires” and the “golden city”, this historical capital of Bohemia is located in the Czech Republic’s north-west region on the Vltava River. Rooted in Romanesque times and flourishing during the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras, Prague has held influence as the main residence of Holy Roman Emperors, the Habsburg Monarchy and the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Prague was influential during Protestant Reformation, and served as the capital of Czechoslovakia during World War and Communist times.

Today, Prague is regarded as one of the most livable cities in the world. Defined by a temperate climate, the city’s summers are warm, with average highs ranging in the mid-70s degrees Fahrenheit, while winters are colder, averaging in the mid-20s. Over 10 million visitors per year travel to Prague to enjoy its castles, architecture, museums, monuments, theaters and sports, with notable major attractions including Prague CastleVyšehrad Castle, Charles BridgeSaint Nicholas ChurchPísek GateWallenstein PalaceOld TownMunicipal HouseArt NouveauMuseum of Decorative Arts in PragueClam-Gallas PalaceWenceslas SquareNational MuseumNational TheatreDancing HouseCharles SquarePrague ZooIndustrial Palace and Anděl, to name a few. The city hosts a number of popular festivals throughout the year such as its international music festivals, Febiofest, One World Film Festival, Prague Writers’ Festival, Summer Shakespeare Festival, Prague Fringe Festival, World Roma Festival, as well as an extensive number of Vernissages and fashion shows. Prague’s most popular food dishes include Oblozene chlebíčky, a type of open sandwich, Schnitzels, Svíčková, or beef tenderloin with cream sauce and dumplings and Vetrnik, or cream puffs. The Golden City is home to AC Sparta Prague and SK Slavia Prague, respectively the city’s most and second most successful football clubs, which play in the Czech First League. Now that we have a little background information on the city, it’s time to get to hotels in Prague that will help make for an unforgettable experience.

 

 

Grand Hotel Bohemia

Kralodvorska 4

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What’s around?

Grand Hotel Bohemia features elegantly decorated, spacious rooms, modern furniture, air conditioning, free WiFi, satellite TV, a restaurant, a bar and a Boccaccio ballroom. Nearby you may find Mozart Dinner Prague, PRO THAI massage, City Bike Prague (bicycle rental service), GOLD PRALINES (candy store), Zkušební Provoz (cocktail bar), Gabina Paralova (boutique), Cafe No. 3 (espresso bar), Buddha-Bar (restaurant), Pachtovský Palace, Den Noc (restaurant), GamberoRosso (Italian restaurant), Celetná Theater, Delije restaurace (restaurant) and more.

This location is within feet of Mozart Dinner Prague, 0.1 miles from Municipal House, Powder Tower, Hybernia Theater, Kotva Department Store, Náměstí republiky and Ungelt, 0.2 miles from Palladium Shopping Center, Týn Cathedral, Náměstí Republiky Metro Station and Old Town Square, 0.3 miles from Prague Astronomical Clock, 0.6 miles from Historical Building of the National Museum of Prague, 0.7 miles from Charles Bridge, 1.1 miles from Prague Castle, 3.2 miles from O2 Arena Prague, 8.5 miles from Aquapalace and 7.2 miles from Vaclav Havel Airport Prague.

Approximate cost per night: $680

 

 

 

The Grand Mark Prague

Hybernská 12

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Hybernia Theatre Prague

The Grand Mark Prague offers a combination of traditional and modern designs, spacious, well furnished rooms, separate living rooms, full kitchenettes, seating areas, large bathrooms with heated floors, garden views, a generous buffet breakfast, a restaurant and a 24-hour fitness center. Close to this location are Potrefená Husa Hybernská (restaurant), Portfolio restaurant, Wine & Dine (wine bar), Sia Restaurant, Cukrář Skála (cake shop), K-shop (Korean grocery store), CZECH BEER SPA, Vinárna Konírna (wine bar) and more.

From here Náměstí Republiky Metro Station, Hybernia Theatre Prague, Masaryk’s Train Station, Náměstí republiky and Henry’s Tower are 0.1 miles, Powder Tower, Palladium Shopping Center, Municipal House, Mozart Dinner Prague and Florentinum are 0.2 miles, Old Town Square and Prague Astronomical Clock are 0.5 miles, Historical Building of the National Museum of Prague is 0.6 miles, Charles Bridge is 0.9 miles, St. Vitus Cathedral is 1.4 miles, Vyšehrad is 1.7 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is 7.4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $5,391

Cost per person (eight people): $674

 

 

 

Alchymist Prague Castle Suites

Sněmovní 8

Hotels in Prague

Prague Castle

With spacious rooms, hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, luxurious furnishings, free WiFi, marble bathrooms, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, coffee and tea sets, safety deposit boxes, complimentary welcome drinks, a restaurant, butler service, a 24-hour front desk, daily wine and cheese tastings, a gym, a sauna, a hot tub, a lounge area and a library, Alchymist Prague Castle Suites can be found close to Zašívárna U Fífy (restaurant), Terasa U Zlaté studně (restaurant), Gardens below Prague Castle, Kolovratský palác (palace), Waldstein Palace (Wallenstein Palace), Fontána s Venuší a Amorem (fountain), Grotta (sculpture), Plečnikova Vyhlídka (observation deck), Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and more.

Prague Castle, Wallenstein Garden and St. Nicolas Church are 0.1 miles, St. Vitus Cathedral, Waldstein Riding School, Queen Anne’s Summer Palace and Malostranská Metro Station are 0.2 miles, Šternberg Palace – Czech National Gallery and Schwarzenberg Palace are 0.3 miles, Charles Bridge is 0.4 miles, Czech National Theater is 0.8 miles, Municipal House is 1.1 miles, Prague ZOO is 1.8 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is 6.2 miles.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $501

Cost per person (four people): $126

 

 

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Aria Hotel Prague

Trziste 9

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Wallenstein Palace Gardens

Offering free wired high-speed internet, extensive music and DVD libraries, I-pads, free welcome drinks, free afternoon snacks and drinks, a rooftop garden terrace, city views, a restaurant and direct Baroque Vrtbovska Gardens access, Aria Hotel Prague sits near Coda (Czech restaurant), Gitanes restaurant, San Carlo Malá Strana (pizza restaurant), Galerie Millennium (art gallery), U Staré studny (wine bar), Bread Gap (sandwich shop), U Malého Glena Jazz Club, Flowers Carmelita (florist), Dárky (gift shop), J.J. Murphy’s Irish Pub, Phase 2 (clothing store), Nicolas bar & restaurant, A Studio Rubín (theater) and more.

St. Nicolas Church is 0.1 miles, Prague Castle, Wallenstein Palace Gardens, St. Vitus Cathedral, Schwarzenberg Palace, Museum Kampa, Šternberg Palace – Czech National Gallery and Petřín are 0.3 miles, Charles Bridge and Waldstein Riding School are 0.4 miles, Czech National Theater is 0.6 miles, O2 Arena Prague is 4.2 miles, Aquapalace is 9.3 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is 6.2 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (luxury apartment): $613

Cost per person (four people): $154

 

 

 

President Apartment and Concierge

17 Letenská

Hotels in Prague

Charles Bridge Prague

With 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, free WiFi, a flat-screen TV, city views, a balcony, air conditioning, a hairdryer, a seating area, a dining area and a fully-equipped kitchen, President Apartment and Concierge is across the street from Augustine Hotel.

Approximate cost per night: $918

Cost per person (twelve people): $77

 

 

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Augustine Hotel

Letenska 12/33

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Museum Kampa Prague

Consisting of 7 historic buildings including the 13th century Augustinian St. Thomas Monastery, Augustine Hotel offers spacious rooms, stunning city views, a spa, a hammam, a sauna, a steam room, a relaxation area, a fully-equipped gym and a restaurant. It’s found near Augustine Restaurant, Refectory Bar, Restaurace Malostranská beseda (restaurant), Restaurant U Glaubicu, Jo´s Bar & Restaurant, Restaurace U Mecenáše, Hergetova Cihelna (eastern European restaurant), Perníkový panáček (cookie shop), Cocovanka (cookie shop), Terasa U Zlaté studně (restaurant) and more.

From here you’ll find Wallenstein Garden, Valdštejnská zahrada, Lesser Quarter and St. Nicolas Church 0.1 miles, Waldstein Riding School and Prague Castle 0.2 miles, Malostranská Metro Station, Charles Bridge, St. Vitus Cathedral and Museum Kampa Prague 0.3 miles, Prague Astronomical Clock and Old Town Square 0.7 miles, O2 Arena Prague 4 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague 6.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $764

 

 

 

Luxury Penthouse Apartment

Chodská 27

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Retro Music Hall

Featuring 3 bedrooms, free WiFi, a terrace, a flat-screen TV and a sauna, Luxury Penthouse Apartment is situated close to Alice In Wonderland (cake shop), Mist Restaurant, Shin Food (Asian grocery store), Studio Anahita (beauty supply store), Salon Heroes (hairdresser), Kavarna Na Sumave (espresso bar), Black Bass Ltd., Prosekarna Slezska (wine store), Visage De Paris (beauty salon), Doruky Drink (bistro), Dobra Trafika (cafe), Caresse BraExpert (lingerie store) and more.

Retro Music Hall and Žižkov Tower are 0.4 miles, Havlíčkovy Gardens are 0.5 miles, Prague State Opera and Prague National Museum are 0.7 miles, Wenceslas Square is 0.9 miles, Municipal House is 1.1 miles, Charles Bridge is 1.7 miles, 02 Arena Prague 2.9 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is 8.2 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (three bedroom): $342

Cost per person (six people): $57

 

 

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Mandarin Oriental, Prague

Nebovidska 459/1

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Prague Astronomical Clock Tower

Housed in a monastery that dates back to the 14th century, Mandarin Oriental, Prague has heated floors, various bed linen and pillow choices, maid service twice daily, evening turn-down, bathroom essential oils, a spa, a restaurant and a bar. Spices Restaurant & Bar (Asian restaurant), U Modre kachnicky I (Czech restaurant), Ceske muzeum hudby (museum), Cafe Kaficko, Kampa Theater, Atelier Kotlar (hairdresser), Ristorante Carmelita (restaurant), Luka Lu (restaurant), Dobra trafika (coffee shop) and more are all within the vicinity.

From this hotel you’ll find St. Nicolas Church and Lesser Quarter 0.2 miles, Charles Bridge 0.3 miles, Prague Castle, Zlatý Strom Club and St. Vitus Cathedral 0.4 miles, Prague Astronomical Clock Tower and Old Town Square 0.7 miles, Municipal House and Wenceslas Square 1 miles, Aquapalace 9.1 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague 6.3 miles.

Approximate cost per night (lazar suite): $2,120

 

Gigantic Anenska Penthouse

Anenska 13

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Clementinum Prague Library

Gigantic Anenska Penthouse offers free WiFi, a kitchen with dishwasher, oven and coffee machine, and a hot tub. Nearby you may encounter Bar Konirna (bar), Tricafe (coffee shop), HookahPlace, Golden Tree Prague (night club), Prague Riverside Parties (tour agency), Thai Paradise (Thai massage therapist), U Zlateho Hada (restaurant), The Irish Times Bar, WINE O’CLOCK (small plates restaurant), Country Life (cosmetics store), Georgia Restaurant, Blues Skiep (live music venue), Art Master Gallery and more.

This property is 0.1 miles from Zlatý Strom Club, Clementinum Prague Library, Karlovy Lázně and Bethlehem Chapel, 0.2 miles from Charles Bridge, Prague Astronomical Clock, Prague Christmas Market, Old Town Square and Old Jewish Cemetery, 0.5 miles from Municipal House, 0.6 miles from Wenceslas Square, 0.7 miles from Prague Castle, 2.2 miles from Prague Zoo, 3.7 miles from O2 Arena Prague and 6.8 miles from Vaclav Havel Airport Prague.

Approximate cost per night: $397

Cost per person (six people): $67

 

 

 

 

Riverside Penthouse Prague

10 Masarykovo nabrezí 5. patro

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Amazing Architecture Dancing House Prague

Riverside Penthouse Prague offers free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen, a dining area and is located near Kavarna Bon Voyage (coffee shop), Wine Bar Naplavni, Bab ryze (Korean restaurant), The Real Meat Society (butcher), Restaurace U Matejicku (restaurant), Dammann Freres (tea store), Tori Restaurant, Cajovna Setkani (tea house), Farah Food (grocery store), Vinarna U Jiriho (wine bar), Les Kamarades (cafe), Cafe 25 (cafe), Charlie Vinko (wine bar), Absinthe Time (bar), Hive Bar and more.

Prague Beer Spa is within feet, Amazing Architecture Dancing House Prague is 0.1 miles, Czech National Theater and Laterna Magica are 0.3 miles, Bethlehem Chapel, Museum Kampa and Langhans Gallery are 0.5 miles, Wenceslas Square is 0.6 miles, Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral are 1.1 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is 6.9 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $160

Cost per person (eight people): $20

 

Vinohrady Penthouse

Chodska 32

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Wenceslas Square Prague

Vinohrady Penthouse offers 2 bedrooms, 2 terraces with Prague Castle views, free WiFi, air conditioning, a living room with a sofa bed and satellite TV and a fully-equipped kitchen. It’s close to Grand Rasoi (Indian restaurant), Moment (cafe), Mozaika Burger & Co. (restaurant), Wombat Cafe, Kofein (tapas restaurant), Arepas De Lyna (Venezuelan restaurant), Sandokan Vegan Bistro, coffee room (cafe), Doruky Drink (bistro), Bullerbyn (bar) and more.

From this penthouse Retro Music Hall and Žižkov Tower are 0.4 miles, Havlíčkovy Gardens is 0.5 miles, Prague State Opera and Prague National Museum are 0.7 miles, Wenceslas Square Prague is 0.9 miles, Municipal House is 1.1 miles, St. Vitus Cathedral is 2.3 miles, O2 Arena Prague is 2.9 miles and Vaclav Havel Airport Prague is 8.2 miles.

Approximate cost per night: $170

Cost per person (seven people): $24

 

 

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So there you have it, hotels in Prague that will help make for a memorable time. As you can see, Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe, one that will make for an exciting experience. We hope you have found value in this information and most of all, that you enjoy your trip to the Czech Republic!

34 Replies to “Hotels in Prague”

  1. Wow, another awesome travel destination. I’ve been to Prague during my childhood, I opened this post to learn more about this destination. What all has changed in 15 years, I was curious to know. 

    And, I’ve learned about a lot of new spots to consider. I wonder if we had seen this post back then. But anyways, better late than never. Your post will help me to take informed decision in my next trip. 

    Thanks a lot for sharing this great post. Looking forward to a great summer trip, I’m really glad that I found your website, it will be my companion. 

    1. Thank you Akshay, an informed decision is something that is important indeed. Glad to hear you liked the post and that you are considering heading back to Prague. Enjoy your travels out there 🙂

  2. I have always wanted to travel to Prague! I know where to look now, thanks for providing such an informative article. I love the variety you’ve added on places to stay, I especially love those destinations and hotels with history.

    Great website page, I’ve bookmarked it ready for my Prague holiday. It’s just the sort of information that travellers need when they haven’t been to a particular destination before. Thank you!

    1. Thank you very much Shelly Ann! Prague is such a beautiful city that deserves an equally beautiful stay. Thank you for bookmarking the site it is much appreciated ☺️

  3. Wow, your website just amazed me. These are the pieces of information I was looking for many days. Your explanations are very satisfying and you are definitely a pro in this. 

    The houses in this site are eye attractive and I believe everybody in the world has dreamed about vacation and the stay with great designs with all the facilities and amenities.

     These penthouses are amazing and the locations will attract many.I will definitely come back to your website to gain more knowledge. 

    Also, your website is well designed and your points are very clear that no one can ask you about something is not clear. Excellent job and keep doing the good work.Thank you

  4. Hi! Wao! I’m grateful I came across your site. Putting together the best best penthouse accommodations by city is a marvelous idea. I have bookmarked your site to consult it frequently.

    In this ocasion we’re interested in spending some days in Prague. And we really love the penthouse by the riverside, Masarykovo nabrezí. We like taking pics and this will give us some great ones. Thanks for guiding us to out best option.

  5. In my vacation, I want to travel to Prague and this is my first time. so, I am finding some places where I can go there and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Prague and then I get your article. I’ve read lots of articles on this but yours is the first that it has a lot of information that I am searching.

     This is my first time for this I don’t have been to a particular destination before. Your article is really helpful for me to travel there. If I say in one word your article will be making my trip so amazing.

    Thank you so much.

  6. Thanks for these pieces of information. I love traveling and the Prague Czech Republic is already in my bucket list. Prague is a beautiful city.  The accommodation, services, and location of these penthouses that you mentioned in the article are really great. I like reading your article, that’s what a traveller really want. Great job and keep it up.

  7. The art is in the details and you left none out!  Thank you so much for taking the time to put together such an in depth list of great places to stay in Prague.  I can wait to get over there the only hard part will be choosing between them all.

    My thought was either Masarykovo nabrezí 5. patro or Sokolovská 43 what one would you suggest more?

    1. Hi biblehealthmike and thank you for the comments! It really depends most on how many people you are traveling with, as Sokolovská 43 features 1 bedroom while Masarykovo nabrezí 5. sleeps 8. Also, Sokolovská 43 has tremendous river views while Masarykovo nabrezí 5. overlooks the city. Hope that helps and happy travels out there!

  8. I have always heard that Prague is one of the most beautiful places to visit on the planet.  And once I saw the pictures and your descriptions, I am thoroughly convinced that it is somewhere I should visit.

    I would love to visit and take so many pictures to use a reference for my paintings.

  9. This is simply a selected list of the best heaven on earth pent houses in Czech republic. How  would one be able to choose successfully among these havens of pure bliss and too notch magnifique. Seriously, the selected penthouses are very cool and a beauty to behold. Also, I heard the country has some deep historical values and a lot of cultural heritages. Getting to see those sites and staying in places like this penthouses is simply ecstatic for someone like me. Pure luxury! Thanks

  10. Hello there!
    I am very much fond of travelling. I have a drem to travel all over the world. Travelling to Prague Czech Republic will awesome I think for it’s nice weather and nature. So there rises the question of staying. Where, how I can travel. Where I can stay. All these. So this article is so helpful. And a big thanks to you. You have shown the prettiest penthouses.. I liked the 10 Masarykovo nabrezí 5. patro most. This looks awesome. Now there is no tnaion for staying.

  11. Prague is a beautiful city that I have had the pleasure of visiting several times over the past two decades. It is a mix of old and new, the people are wonderful, the food is great, and the cost is low compared to other major European cities I have visited.

    Staying in a penthouse while there is not something I had considered prior to discovering your website, and for sure this is the way I will experience Prague for my next visit, The options that you have listed are all ones that I would choose, so it will be more a case of what is available.

    Most definitely I will avail myself of one of these options and I thank you for putting so much effort into getting all of us readers the information we need to experience penthouse accommodations as we travel and see the world. It makes a big difference in the memories you can create for sure.

  12. I like the fact that the Penta houses you have chosen are within 10 miles from the Prague airport. It really does help visitors. Wonderful imagery of each of these accommodations give you first and impression of where you want to be and offer choices for you. You know what are your favorite places to go and you can pick and choose the Penta houses.

    It is a highly informative website to help visitors wanting Prague as a destination for visit.

  13. Hey, It’s amazing. There are too many information about Prague. You left none about this. These places are very attractive. Penthouses and the locations attract me. From your article, I have learned a lot of spots in Prague. Your post will help me and others to take proper decisions about their tour. Now, I have known that which spot situated were and I would have not any sufferings to find out the spots. 

    Thanks a lot for sharing such an article with us.

  14. The Czech Republic is a place I would love to visit one day. The information provided is very informative about the different hotels available and the price range. Based on the pictures provided on the hotels they are uniquely beautiful. A job well done and looking forward to your writing!!  

    1. Jaye thank you for the comments. You are absolutely right to say that the Czech Republic would be a nice place to visit, and hopefully you get to see one of the hotels in Prague soon!

  15. I have been to the Czech Republic a few times but during those visit, I couldn’t get to my dream city Prague due to my very tight schedule…i have heard a lot about Prague and i have always wanted to go there.

    Thanks a lot for this tips on how to travel to Prague as i hope on doing that once this pandemic stuff is out of ground and i would definitely make use of these tips.

    1. David, Prague is a dream city for sure. Once the pandemic passes hopefully you can make good use of the tips by checking out one of these hotels in Prague. You’re welcome and safe journeys out there!

  16. I’ve never been to a European country before and seeing Prague here in detail, I think I’ll be adding this to my bucket list coz’ I know the trip will leave a mark in my life. Especially once I’ve established my dream income from my online business, I’ll make sure to stay in a penthouse one time and see the awesome view of the place.

    1. Dominic if you’ve never been to Europe then hotels in Prague will be right up your alley as it is one of the most beautiful in central Europe. Best luck with your business and travel endeavors!

  17. Hey nice article you have there. As a tourist choosing an accommodation that has essential features that I desired has always been an issue. The grand mark prague just fit into my desire with it’s traditional and modern design, garden, gymnasium to keep me fit always. This is exactly what I will be needing in this year’s summer holidays with my family.

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