Hotels in Prague are just as expensive as anywhere in Western Europe, but the standard of hotel accommodation has improved enormously over the past decade, and Prague now offers everything from beautifully restored historic buildings to boutique hotels created by cutting-edge designers. The Prague hotels below have been grouped into three pricing categories: Luxury (over Kč8,000) Moderate (Kč3,000 to Kč 8,000) Cheap (up to Kč3,000) These Prague hotel prices are the lowest standard rates for a double room, excluding breakfast but including relevant taxes, unless otherwise specified. Hotel prices in Prague usually include 5% VAT on the room (and breakfast), 22% on any other meals and services (including the mini-bar), as well as city taxes. Some hotels quote their prices in euros or occasionally US dollars but payment should be made in Czech koruna.
Buddha Bar Hotel Prague
Prague proves its new cool credentials with its first Buddha Bar Hotel, a boutique hotel experience designed to uphold the style ethos of the legendary and international Buddha Bar brand. Located just a few steps away from the Old Town Square and launched in 2009, the hotel’s 35 luxury rooms and three suites come with all the sybaritic trappings you’d expect from the chain with an international reputation for high-end hip.Address: , Jakubská 649/8, Prague 1,
Telephone: 2217 76300.
Four Seasons Hotel Prague
As you’d expect, Prague’s luxurious Four Seasons Hotel enjoys an unbeatable location, perched below Prague Castle and only a stone's throw from Charles Bridge. Everything here is as it should be at a Four Seasons. There are 19 suites, including the sumptuous Presidentia, furnishings are elegant and artwork original, and there’s a 24-hour concierge service, state-of-the-art gym and spa. The hotel also goes out of its way to create a child-friendly environment, with complimentary cots and a babysitting service.Address: , Veleslavínova 2a/1098, Prague 1,
Telephone: 2214 27000.
The elegant rooms and the library (complete with fireplace) give this large 5-star hotel (55 rooms and six suites) in the Prague Castle district the ambience of a private club and make it popular with rock divas like Tina Turner and Cher. The highly regarded Restaurant Hradčany is located here and Sunday brunches are popular. The Lobby Bar is a fashionable meeting place for the Prague elite. The old world meets the new in the ‘Relax Centre' with its sauna, steam bath, whirlpool and fitness room.Address: , Keplerova 6, Prague 1,
Telephone: 2243 02430.
Hilton Prague Old Town
The location of this hotel in Prague is spot on, only a short walk from Námìstí Republiky, the Municipal House and the beginning of the Royal Road. Guests have access to a health club, pool, gym and sauna, as well as local tennis courts and a golf course. The rooms blend state-of-the-art facilities with comfortable furnishings and contemporary styling.Address: , V Celnici 7, Prague 1,
Telephone: 2218 22100.
This light, bright and super-modern hotel in Prague provides the perfect antidote to the heavy gothic architecture that dominates the surrounding city centre. Designed by Eva Jiricna, with a spectacular glass atrium as its focal point, the hotel's 110 luxury rooms all come with equally contemporary facilities, from high-end designer bathroom suites to Wi-Fi access.Address: , Rybná 20, Prague 1,
Telephone: 2217 00111.
Located in the Old Town Square, close to the famous astronomical clock, this Prague hotel occupies a Gothic and Renaissance building dating from 1319, a historic rarity even for Prague. Spacious rooms retain original features such as painted ceiling beams; parquet floors have been restored and all mod-cons are at hand. There's also a comfortable bar and restaurant, as well as the opportunity to relax out front on a hotel terrace in Prague's historic heart.Address: , Jilska 7, Prague 1,
Florentina Ship Hotel
For great value and something completely different in Prague, you'd be hard pushed to find a better concept than this floating hotel, converted from a large river cruiser and moored at the river's edge in the middle of the Old Town for the winter season. Fully refurbished to include 54 snugly comfortably cabin rooms and a café/bar, the ship's spacious sundeck would be the perfect cocktail spot if you were paying twice the price.Address: , Dvořákovo nábřeží, Pier 7, Prague 1,
Telephone: 7390 02550.
Hotel Cloister Inn
Dating from 1772, this fascinating historic building, enviably situated in the Old Town between Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square, was once a Jesuit convent, before serving as offices for the Soviet secret police. This cheap hotel in Prague now provides 73 comfortable rooms ranging from singles to triples. Unlimited buffet breakfasts are served in the former chapel.Address: , Konviktska 14, Prague 1,
Telephone: 2242 11020.
Near to a metro station and a 20-minutes walk to the Old Town Square, this modern hotel offers great value for money with its 214 clean and bright rooms coming in five categories - double, premium king, twin, triple and family, all of which are generously proportioned and come with free Wi-Fi. This is also a comtemporary restaurant and bar.Address: , Sokolovska 11, Prague, 186 00
Telephone: +420 226 222 600