Best hotels in Prague city centre: let’s discover great hotels in the most central areas of one of Central Europe’s most beautiful cities
Check our guide on the best hotels in Prague city centre, and discover Central Europe’s most charming city. This guide is ideal if you are visiting Prague for business or leisure and it includes options for all kinds of budgets.
Prague City Centre: Where Is It?
Prague is one of the most visited cities in Europe, and it is easy to understand why. The city is beautiful in culture and architecture, and has a privileged location at the heart of Europe. Apart from that, Prague is also a great city for entertainment, gastronomy as well as night life.
Despite being a vibrant and large European capital, the center of Prague is rather compact. In fact, a considerable part of the city’s main attractions are within walking city, located in Prague’s old town.
Prague is divided in districts, and the most central area of the city is located in the District 1. The District 1 itself has a number of subdivisions, referred as cadastral areas. The most central area in the District 1 of Prague is the old town (Staré Město) which features many of the world renowned attractions of Prague. There are other parts of the District 1 which can be a good option for your stay in Prague including the Malá Strana, on the west bank of the River Vltava.
Best Hotels in Prague
Now that we have briefly analyzed the city and its central areas, let’s move to our list with the best accommodation options in the center of Prague, divided by budget.
Hostels and Cheap Hotels in Prague City Centre
Even if Prague still remains more affordable than other cities in Central Europe like Vienna or even Berlin, prices are on the rise. However, it is still possible to find affordable accommodation in Prague city center, especially if you are looking for a hostel.
Reasonably Priced Hotels in Prague City Centre
Prague has a great tourism infrastructure, and the number of reasonably priced hotels are quite high in the city. There are some good variety of hotels in the medium price range.
Ibis Praha Old Town – the Ibis Praha Old Town offers a great value for the money and is also an option if you prefer to stay in a hotel from a renowned brand. It has a privileged location in the Prague District 1, right next to the Palladium shopping mall.
Pension U Lilie – if you want to stay close to the Charles’ Bridge, the Pension U Lilie is the perfect accommodation in Prague city center. The Pension U Lilie is a family ran cozy guesthouse. It is a great choice if you want to have a romantic stay in Prague.
Boutique and Luxurious Hotels in Prague City Centre
It is no surprise that Prague has a great selection of boutique and luxury hotels. You can find high-end hotels in Prague city center as well as in other districts of the city. It is important to note that even within the luxury niche prices can vary greatly.
Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel – This high class hotel is an excellent choice if you want to have a refined stay in Prague’s city center. The Radisson brand hotel is just a short walk to the National Museum and the Wenceslas Square.
Four Seasons Hotel Prague – The Four Seasons brand is known for its luxurious accommodations around the world and this hotel in the center of Prague is no exception. It features an uniquely decorated interior and a swimming pool.
Other Prague Resources
If you are traveling to Prague or other cities in Czechia you might want to check our other guides. Check some of them below:
Prague Travel Budget per day: check this guide to help you budgeting your trip in Prague, featuring cost of transportation, food and attractions.
Salaries in Prague: discover the average and minimum salary in the Czech Republic, featuring an economic outlook about Prague and the rest of the country.
Trains from Prague: Traveling by train to Prague? Check the best options and connections to visit the most beautiful Central European capital by rail transport.
Prague Nightlife: a comprehensive guide about the nightlife in the capital of Czechia (in German).
Traveling around Central Europe? Check our guides on where to stay in Dresden, Bratislava, Budapest and Krakow.