Table of contents
- Top hotels to stay in Prague
- Holešovice (north of central Prague)
- Castle District (Hradcany)
- Mala Strana (Lesser Town)
- Old Town (Stare Mesto)
- New Town
- Smichov and Andel
- Vinohrady and Zizkov
- Learning from Fellow Travelers for the best hotels to stay in Prague
Top hotels to stay in Prague
Besides researching the location of your hotel, visitor reviews can help you determine the best places to stay in your destination. Here are the top hotels in Prague with the most favorable online reviews.
Holešovice (north of central Prague)
The site of the former communist-era Park Hotel, Mama Shelter is a funky four-star with 238 non-smoking rooms that come with a mini-fridge and free movie access. The 10-story hotel has two restaurants, co-working spaces, and a sundeck on the rooftop that serves brunch on Sundays. Stromovka Park, National Gallery, and the Dox Art Museum are a short walk from Mama Shelter. Meanwhile, the nearest tram stop is 100 meters away.
The 30 statues on the Charles Bridge are one of the bridge’s primary attractions. There are statues of saints such as St. Luthgard and St. Adalbert and the Crucifix and Calvary. The bridge is a popular marketing spot for creatives and artists and a historic landmark.
Plaza Prague Hotel
Another four-star establishment, Plaza Prague Hotel has 87 sound-proofed guestrooms, each with a tea/coffee maker and hairdryer. Guests appreciate its in-house Italian restaurant, Bistrot Puglia, with an air-conditioned indoor hall and an outdoor terrace. The tram line nearest Plaza Prague Hotel is just 50 meters away.
Castle District (Hradcany)
Hotel Golden Star
First built in the 1370s, the four-star Hotel Gold Star along Nerudova Street gives you great views of the Prague Castle and Lesser Town. The hotel’s 16 standard and 11 deluxe rooms come with a hairdryer, flat iron, and a coffee/tea maker. Daily rates include free breakfast. European dishes are served at its Restaurace Zlatá Hvezda.
Prague Castle is a five-minute walk away. Meanwhile, you can reach the Charles Bridge, the Old Town, and the Malostranska subway station on foot in 15 minutes.
Romantik Hotel U Raka
Romantik Hotel U Raka is made up of two adjoining 18th-century timber cottages. Its six rooms feature brick walls, wooden floors, wrought-iron beds, flat-screen TV sets, and en suite bathrooms. Food from their basic menu is served until 6:30 pm.
Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square are less than 30 kilometers away. Meanwhile, you can reach the Pohorelec tram stop on foot in about five minutes.
Mala Strana (Lesser Town)
Mandarin Oriental Prague
The five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel is made up of a 14th-century Dominican monastery and a 19th-century print shop. Its 99 rooms come with floor heating and your choice of bed linen and pillows. The hotel also features a spa, a gym, and the Spices Restaurant and Bar.
Prague Castle and Charles Bridge are about a five-minute walk away. You can also reach the city center by getting on the Hellichova tram stop 100 meters from the hotel.
Boutique Hotel Klarov
This Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice 2021 Winner is a four-star boutique hotel housed in an 18th-century building with 25 rooms and suites. Rooms come with a hairdryer, a coffee maker, and glassware. They prepare Czech and European breakfast.
You can reach the Lennon Wall and Prague Castle on foot in less than 10 minutes. Meanwhile, the Malostranska bus station is just 100 meters away.
Old Town (Stare Mesto)
MOODs Charles Bridge
MOODs Hotel’s 51 rooms and suites have walk-in showers, Wi-Fi, a coffee/tea maker, and a hairdryer. Enjoy a la carte breakfast during your stay. Their in-house bar and gym are open 24-7, and their Thai massage center accepts appointments.
You can get to Charles Bridge and the Old Town Square from the hotel in around 11 minutes. The nearest metro train (Náměstí Republiky/Republic Square) and tram (Dlouhá třída) stops are about 300 meters from the hotel.
Hotel Cube Prague
Hotel Cube is a renovated 19th-century building with 71 rooms. Standard amenities include a rain shower, coffee maker, and hairdryer. It has a breakfast room and bar.
The Old Town Square is within three kilometers of this four-star hotel. Meanwhile, Charles Bridge is just a kilometer away.
The four-star BoHo Hotel, built in 1911, was once a factory and city newspaper office. Its 57 rooms—equipped with Wi-Fi and a minibar—look distinguished in their cream-gray-light color theme. It has a restaurant, bar, and wellness area with a gym and plunge pool-style jacuzzi.
You can reach Charles Bridge in 15 minutes while Prague Castle is an additional five minutes away.
Hilton Prague Hotel
The two-kilometer-long Hilton Prague is close to Vltava River and features a lobby with an impressive skylight atrium. It hosts six restaurants, an indoor pool, a spa, and a gym. With over 790 rooms, guests can enjoy a Wi-Fi connection, coffee and tea makers, and ironing facilities.
The Old Town Square is a 20-minute walk away. Or you can take the nearest tram or metro train to reach Wenceslas Square or Republic Square.
Located in the hip Křižíkova Street, the three-star Hotel Florenc has 29 non-smoking rooms with a view of the nearby Karlin Theater or its courtyard.
Hotel Florenc is a 10-minute-walk from the Powder Tower and Municipal House. It’s also five minutes away from the Florenc subway station.
Smichov and Andel
Occidental Praha Five (Smichov)
The 134 green and white-themed rooms of Occidental Praha Five blend well with Sady Na Skalce Park located beside it. It has in-house dining facilities (Vltava Restaurant), a bar, a sauna, and a fitness studio.
Occidental Praha Five is a few blocks away from Novy Smichov, one of the biggest shopping malls west of the city center. The Andel underground metro station is 200 meters away.
Mamaison Hotel Riverside Prague (Andel)
Wake up to the sight of Vltava River or Dienzenhoferovy Park by booking at Mamaison Hotel Riverside Prague. The five-star boutique hotel with an art nouveau façade has 80 Wi-Fi connected rooms and suites.
You can cross the river via the Jirásek Bridge to reach the popular Dancing House and the Náplavka Riverbank bars. Also, the Karlovo Namesti train station isn’t far from the other side of the bridge.
Vinohrady and Zizkov
Le Palais Art Hotel (Vinohrady)
Belle Epoque and modernity combine in Le Palais Art Hotel, a 19th-century villa converted into a five-star hotel with 72 rooms. The hotel also has a spa and fine dining at Artista Restaurant.
Wenceslas Square and the National Museum are a 15-minute walk from the hotel. You can also take the metro from Peace Square to head for the Old Town.
Hotel Carlton (Zizkov)
Hotel Carlton is a great option if you’re looking for a more affordable alternative to Zizkov TV Tower’s One Room Hotel. The four-star hotel has 49 rooms. Visit their 19th-century wine cellar which also houses the hotel’s restaurant.
You can reach Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square on foot in about five minutes. The metro’s underground line C is less than 10 minutes away.