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From luxury and budget to everything in between, visitors to Prague will have no problems finding the perfect place to sleep during a stay in the capital city. There are just as many types of Prague hotels as there are price ranges. You can opt for a cozy bed and breakfast or a comfy hostel. You can stay in a studio apartment or a luxurious suite with butler service – it’s up to you! Some of the most popular places to hang your hat during your holiday are located at Castle Hill, Mala Strana, and Old Town.

Castle Hill accommodations are fit for a king, while Mala Strana hotels are for those seeking some quiet. If you’re looking for hustle and bustle in a truly festive atmosphere, Old Town hotels will appeal to you. At Castle Hill (Hradcany), book a room at the exclusive 5-star Hotel Savoy or in Mala Strana try Hotel U trí pstrosu for both calm and views. And in Old Town, visit the 4-star Hotel Domus Balthasar – located just a few steps from Charles Bridge.

While these are some of the most sought after hotels and areas to lodge, there are other areas that will place you close to the action -- if that’s your wish -- or far enough away if you’re into quiet breaks.

Luxury or Upscale Prague Hotels

Palace Hotel
Located in Nove Mesto (New Town), this upscale hotel is housed in an Art Noveau 1903 building only a block from Wenceslas Square. Considered one of the most expensive hotels in the city, former guests of Palace Hotel include the Rolling Stones, Josephine Baker, and Prince Charles, to name a few. The 124 elegant rooms feature luxuries such as Italian marble bathrooms and elaborate dressing tables in the 10 luxury suites. Rates start at around $500 per night.

Four Seasons
The Four Seasons Hotel chain is famous for luxury, and the Prague Four Seasons is no exception. Located on the banks of the Vltava River and next to Charles Bridge, the Four Seasons features a panoramic view of Prague Castle across the river, and it is the perfect starting point for an Old Town walking tour. Furnishings are a mix of antique and modern, and some rooms even have sunken marble tubs and fireplaces. Depending on the wing and room type, rates may start at around $370 for a standard room, up to $1,800-$3,500 for suites. It is possible to find a room for around $300 per night with a package deal.

Corinthia Towers Hotel
With a bowling alley in the basement and the Vysehrad metro station just below the hotel entrance, this hotel is as city (and some say as American) as you can get. Accommodations are also comfortable, and the views are amazing. The hotel features 2 restaurants, a café, fitness center with swimming pool, sauna, and exercise machines, a game room, concierge, activities desk, salon, and 24-hr. room service. While this place is considered “Americanesque,” check with the U.S. Embassy's consular section first before staying here. Rates start at around $300 per night.

Hotel U Prince
With a location right across from the Astronomical Clock in Old Town Square, Hotel U Prince if famous for more that it’s luxurious accommodations. While the hotel is conveniently located in the square, the rooms are quiet and some even feel secluded. Furnishings are antique and very elegant, and bathrooms are luxurious. The Hotel features 15 two-bedrooms, 7 junior suites, and 2 apartments. Rates start at around $300 per night.

Renaissance Prague
Run by the Marriott Hotels, Renaissance Prague is perfect for business travelers. Large suites feature walk in closets, spacious bathrooms, and modern décor. Rates start at around $260 for a standard room.

Moderate Prague Hotels

Hotel Neruda
Located in Hradcany, this boutique hotel is actually a 20-room villa within steps of numerous shops and stores. Rates start at around $230 per night.

Hotel Paris
This 100-year old Art Nouveau hotel features comfortable rooms, modern furnishings, and convenience. Hotel Paris’s location across from the Municipal House means guests are a few steps away from salons, cafes, restaurants, and concert halls. Rates start at around $190 per night.

Hotel Esplanade
The New Town Hotel Esplanade is cozy, and comfortable, and it covers all bases. The is steps away from Wenceslas Square and features include a: restaurant, bar, cafe/lounge, sauna, concierge, car-rental desk, room service, massage, dry cleaning, and executive-level rooms with views of Prague. Rates start at around $160 per night for standard rooms and $360 for suites.

Hotel Josef
Some consider this high-end hotel to be ultra-hip, others say it’s just plain sexy. However you take it, Hotel Josef’s bright pink and orange houses will leave a lasting impression on even the most laid-back individual. Tasteful and funky at the same time, the décor is inspirational and the transparent bathroom nooks, sensual. The rooms will definitely bring out the voyeur in you, but in a reserved sort of way? If you can score the penthouse suite, prepare yourself for a breathtaking view of the Prague skyline and don’t forget to have a cocktail in the white lounge. Rates start at around $216 per night.

Romantik Hotel U Raka
Located a 10 minute walk from Prague Castle, this quaint little romantic hotel is run by an artist photographer, so you can only imagine how picture perfect the grounds will be. The rustic rooms have a way of making guests feel at home and the Japanese Garden surrounding the property has a calming effect you just can’t put a price on. Prices start at around $230 for a standard single up to $375 for a luxury room with fireplace.

Budget Prague Hotels

The following budget hotels range in price from $50-$150 per night:

Pension Unitas/Art Prison Hostel

Andante

Best Western Hotel Meteor Plaza

Hotel Meran

Hotel Cloister Inn

Flathotel Orion Apartment Hotel

Hotel Evropa


Prague Apartment Rentals

If you’re planning on staying in Prague for a week or more, it might make more sense to rent an apartment instead of staying at a hotel. It’s not very easy to book one of these apartments with useful web sites that provide photos, floor plans and maps.

Old Town Apartments – Prague
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Prague Cheap Flats - Apartments in Prague
Find central apartments and cheap rent on flats in Prague.

Prague Hotels Web Guide

For more information about Prague hotels or to book the best deals, check out the websites and popular booking search engines below.

City of Prague Tourism
The City of Prague website features a section for tourists called “Prague Information Service.” Here, you can find out about everything Prague has to offer including nightlife, restaurants, accommodations, shopping, transportation, museums and monuments, and much more! You can also find out about ways to save on admission prices across the city, and view photos of various sites and attractions.

Prague Post
The Prague Post is Prague’s news and entertainment source featuring reviews, hotel guides, dining guides, nightlife information, tourist information, shopping information, and more. You can find the Prague Post just about anywhere in the city.

Prague.com
This is a great website offering tons of information about attractions, restaurants, nightlife, art and culture, recreation, shopping, casino, news, and just about everything else that’s happening in and around Prague. You can also check out weather reports, maps, and transportation, as well as book hotel reservations, flights, hire a car, and more.

Pragueexperience.com
Find out about the best places to dine, sleep, party, shop, and explore. This online travel guide also features information about opera in Prague, sightseeing trips, deals on hotels and apartments, and a section dedicated to stag weekends.

W Cities
Excellent place to find out about events and sightseeing tours around Prague as well as information on dining, shopping, hotels, recreation, attractions, and nightlife.

Fodors.com
Fodors.com features summaries of places to see, eat, drink, and sleep in and around Prague. If you want a quick list of the top spots in Prague, you’ll find it here.

Frommers.com
Frommers.com features summaries of places to see, eat, drink, and sleep in and around Prague. If you want a quick list of the top spots in Prague, you’ll find it here.

LonelyPlanet.com
Lonely Planet features background information and fast facts about Prague, as well as places to see, drink, and eat. The site also features an image gallery, and shopping and travel tips.

VirtualTourist.com
Read reviews from people just like you that have been to the places you want to go. Expect to find raw reviews (and opinions) on just about everything from restaurants and nightlife to hotels, shopping, and sightseeing.

TripResource.com
This is an excellent resource for international travel information. You can find the best deals on Prague hotels, airfare, car rentals, and more. You can also find information about Prague weather, currency, passport information, exchange rates, and more.

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