Hotels in Prague
There is an abundance of Prague hotels, so it is certain that you will find the right one to suit your needs. Whether you are traveling as a family or on a romantic trip for two, the possibilities are endless.
One of the best hotels in Prague is the Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace. Located next to the Charles Bridge, this hotel was where Mozart lived while writing Don Giovanni. Housing 50 suites, the historic structure features baroque design elements as well as exposed beams, parquet floors and fully equipped kitchens. Those looking for eccentric hotels in Prague will be happy to discover Hotel Yasmin, a 198-room property with oddities like red faux fur sculptures and black tile bathrooms. Located in the Old Town of Prague, this hotel features a modern design that juxtaposes interestingly next to the old school architecture of the European city.
History junkies will enjoy staying at Pension Dientzenhofer, one of the most historic hotels in Prague. The building once served as the 1572 residence of Kilian Dientzenhofer, a Czech baroque architect. The hotel itself is hard to miss as it is painted a light green color. Enjoy breakfast in the garden terrace, which overlooks the river Certovka.
The sign outside the Hotel Carlo IV, which reads Czech Mortgage Bank (a reference to the building’s 1890 financial roots), and its lobby with marble floors and gilded stuccowork are the first indications that Hapsburg-era opulence awaits inside this Neoclassical bank building in Prague’s city cen
An Italian mosaic representing an ancient Gregorian chant bridges the distance from the front gates to the main entrance of the Aria Hotel, a music-themed luxury property in Malá Strana.
Resembling a Provençal farmhouse, this 10-bedroom hotel is situated in the tiny village of Okoř, which is dominated by the 14th-century ruins of Okoř Castle.
Within a pastel colored baroque building, originally part of the archbishop’s palace, this luxury boutique hotel resides on its medieval foundations. The Royal Route location is steps from Prague Castle and the Charles Bridge.
Now a privately owned hotel, this 1572 residence was the birthplace and childhood home of Kilian Dientzenhofer, the most prominent Czech Baroque architect of the 18th century.
The flagship hotel of the international Buddha-Bar brand, this trendy boutique hotel is just a two-minute walk from the Old Town Square.
For its recent multimillion-dollar, top-to-bottom overhaul, the Hilton Old Town assembled a team of Europe’s finest talent.
Hotel Elysee is centrally located on Wenceslas Square in the financial area of the city, near the National Museum, Opera, and a five-minute walk to the main railway station. The reasonably priced accommodations have nearby parking, airport transportation, and car rental access.
The youthful staff is helpful to the point of exuberance.
The glass-and-steel–clad hotel next to a Jean Nouvel–designed building in the now-fashionable Smichov neighborhood, pays homage to minimalism.
Design junkies traveling to Prague, take note: even if you don’t stay at the over-the-top Hotel Yasmin, it’s worth it to stop in for a peek. The 198-room property, housed in a former office building near Wenceslas Square, gleefully thumbs its nose at the city’s baroque leanings.
Located in Prague's Baroque-style Malá Strana district, this 13th-century monastery turned 101-room hotel is grounded in its own ecclesiastical history. There are cloistered terraces, stone archways, and a cellar bar serving brews from the still-active Augustinian order of monks.
The Maximilian is a welcoming spot near the Old Town Square. For a recent revamp, Czech-born and London-based Eva Jiricna (of Hotel Josef fame) ditched the hotel’s cookie-cutter look in favor of light, geometric designs.
A 1904 neo-Renaissance-style building has been meticulously transformed into the modern, luxury Hotel Kings Court, situated on Republic Square across from the Palladium shopping centre. The hotel includes 133 guestrooms, conference facilities, and a ballroom.
Four buildings from different architectural eras (Baroque; Neoclassical; Neo-Renaissance; Modernista-revival), on the east bank of the Vltava River. 110 rooms in the contemporary wing were remodeled by Pierre-Yves Rochon in 2012, in black and white with crystal accents.