Prague Hotels

By | February 12, 2020

Hotel prices in Prague usually include 5% VAT on room and breakfast, and 22% on other food and service (including the minibar) and local taxes. Some hotels give room prices in euros or dollars; however, you should pay with Czech crowns.

The prices below refer to minimum prices for a double room, including taxes, but without breakfast unless otherwise stated. The hotels are divided into the following categories:

Luxury (over 8,500 Kc)
Moderate (3,500 Kc to 8,500 Kc)
Inexpensive (up to 3,500 Kc)


Four Seasons

The luxurious 161-room hotel has an unbeatable advantage because of its location – it is located below the Prague Castle and only a stone’s throw away from the Charles Bridge – and that is not the only reason why it is so popular. It has 20 suites, including the splendid four-bedroom presidential suite, elegant furnishings and original artwork. Meals can be taken in the rooms around the clock. The Cottocrudo restaurant serves classic Italian cuisine. W-LAN and shoe cleaning service are naturally part of the standard program. Massages are also available in the room. Guests can also take advantage of the 24-hour concierge service with knowledgeable staff and the modern fitness and wellness center, which is open late. Another plus is the separate saunas for men and women with separate changing rooms. The Four Seasons is family-friendly and offers a childcare service, children’s bathrobes, and even milk and cookies for the little ones before bed. The business facilities include a number of conference and event rooms (together 600 m²).

Address: Veleslavínova 1098 / 2a, 110 00 Prague
Phone: +420 (0) 221 42 70 00.

Grand Hotel Bohemia

This 79-room hotel with Austrian owner is located in the center of Prague’s New Town. The building, built in 1925, shines again in neo-baroque splendor after restoration work. The unobtrusive hospitality, the excellent service and the full range of business facilities and services make the hotel a perfect hotel for business travelers. The breathtaking Boccaccio ballroom can accommodate up to 160 people. All rooms have air conditioning, bathroom with tub, LCD TV, minibar, coffee and tea maker, telephone with direct dialing and voicemail, WiFi, fax, desk and trouser press. In addition to the Franz Josef gourmet restaurant, there is also a café bar.

Address: Králodvorská 652/4, 110 00 Prague
Phone: +420 (0) 234 60 81 11

Palace Hotel Prague

The Palace Hotel Prague, one of the best hotels in the city , is just a few minutes’ walk from Wenceslas Square. This Art Nouveau building, built in 1906, has always been popular with celebrities such as Caruso, Josephine Baker, Steven Spielberg and the Rolling Stones. The air-conditioned 114 rooms and ten suites are furnished with period furniture and have a minibar, coffee machine and kettle, flat-screen TV and, of course, high-speed internet. The hotel’s gastronomic offer includes the famous Café Palace and the L’Epoque restaurant. The use of the sauna is free of charge for guests. The hotel is wheelchair accessible and there is a non-smoking floor. The rooms on the business floor are equipped with fax machines. The conference rooms for 30 to 250 people contain all the necessary audiovisual equipment.

Address: Panská 12, 111 21 Prague
Phone: +420 (0) 224 09 31 11.

Hotel Savoy

The elegant rooms and the library with its own fireplace give this 5-star hotel in Prague Castle (with 55 rooms and six suites) the flair of a private club and make it popular with national and international stars, starlets and celebrities. A nice extra is the small but free minibar in every room. In the Hradčany restaurant , tradition meets modern and innovative cuisine and in the relax center with dry and steam sauna, whirlpool and fitness room, the old meets the new world. There, guests can be pampered with massages and cosmetic treatments.

Address: Keplerova 218/6, 118 00 Prague
Phone: +420 (0) 224 30 24 30.


Hilton Prague old town

The Hilton Prague Old Town hotel is ideally located not far from the Republic Square ( Náměstí Republiky), the town hall and the Royal Street. Although it is a modern hotel, its atmosphere is reminiscent of less hectic times. The Zinc Restaurant specializes in international modern and Czech cuisine. The Zinc Lounge & Baris open every day until one in the morning. Guests can use the fitness club, swimming pool, sauna, tennis courts and golf course. Thirty to 240 people can be accommodated in the eleven well-equipped conference rooms. Other services for business travelers include office rentals, office and translation services, internet access, cell phone rentals and even a shipping service.

Address: V celnici 2079/7, Prague
Telephone: +420 (0) 2 21 82 21 00.
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Hotel Paris Prague

The Hotel Paris Prague next to the town hall ( Obecní dùm) is a symbol of the city with its neo-Gothic style and its Art Nouveau elements . The excellent (see restaurants) and the complete the already wonderful ambience of the hotel. The 81 air-conditioned and soundproofed guest rooms are equipped with telephone, voicemail, WiFi and satellite television. Copiers and fax services are available to business travelers. The Salon Violet is suitable for events for up to 55 people and audiovisual equipment and computers can be borrowed. Other hotel facilities include the Sarah Bernhardt restaurant , a fitness room, a sauna, a wellness center and massage showers.

Address: U Obecního domu 1080/1, Prague
Telephone: +420 (0) 222 19 51 95.

Alcron Hotel Prague

This 5-star Artdeco hotel is located very close to Wenceslas Square ( Václavské náměstí) and is now back in its original glory of the 1930s. The 211 rooms and suites with telephone, fax and high-speed WiFi, shoe shine service and Nespresso coffee machine testify to a high standard. The hotel, which has eight meeting rooms, including the impressive crystal room with a glass roof, is also ideal for conferences. The business center includes an office and translation service. In the restaurant you can dine outside on the terrace during the nice season, and there is also a fish restaurant and bar with jazz every evening. Guests can also use a modern fitness center and sauna.

Address: Stepánská 40, 110 00 Prague
Phone: +420 (0) 222 82 00 00.


Betlém Club

The walls of this hotel, which is located in a quiet place opposite Jan Hus’s Bethlehem Chapel, are full of armor and historical images. The buffet breakfast is served in the cellar from the 12th century, which increases the romanticism of the house. The rest of the building dates back to the 19th century, but the hotel is excellent value for money. Charles Bridge is easily accessible on foot in one direction and Wenceslas Square in the other. Each of the 21 rooms has satellite television, a telephone and a refrigerator.

Address: Betlémské náměstí 257/9, 110 00 Prague
phone: +420 (0) 222 22 15 74.

Hotel Cloister Inn

The “Cloister Inn-Hotel”, which takes its name from the former medieval monastery that stood on the site of today’s hotel, is a short walk from the Charles Bridge and the Old Market. This modern, quiet and friendly hotel in a good location has 73 guest rooms with comfortable seating and desk. Services for business travelers, such as a translation service, can be used on request.

Address: Konviktská 296/14, 110 00 Prague
Phone: +420 (0) 224 21 10 20.