Hotels in Prague

With its charming Old Town Square and Charles Bridge, Prague represents quintessential European culture. Stand in awe of St. Vitus Cathedral, or tour Prague Castle.

Prague Hotels

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Senovazne namesti 13/991 Prague, Czech Republic 110 00
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Luxury hotel with an on-site spa and four restaurants near Prague Castle and Wenceslas Square.
Lucemburska Street 46 Prague, Czech Republic 130 00
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Modern downtown Prague hotel with spacious rooms, a gym, dining and event venues near Zizkov.
V Celnici 8 Prague, Czech Republic 110 00
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Newly designed hotel rooms and suites in the heart of Old Town Prague
Letenská 12/33 Prague, Czech Republic 118 00
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Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, is Prague's most fabled residence.
Aviaticka 1092/8 Prague, Czech Republic 161 00
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Modern Prague airport hotel with pet-friendly rooms, a fitness center, event venues and dining.


Often called the Golden City or the City of A Hundred Spires, Prague is one of the most visited places on the planet, and some consider it to be the world’s most beautiful city.

From our Prague hotels, guests have easy access to Prague’s Old Town. Take a walk across the legendary Charles Bridge, while making a at the statue of St. John of Nepomuk to make a wish. Visit historic Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral and the Old Town Square, with its clock tower and renowned Astronomical Clock. Be sure to catch a performance – whether a ballet or opera – during your trip.

Guests can then explore the charming medieval streets while taking in the aromas of cafes, browsing book shops, and stopping in Czech crystal shops. Indulge yourself and experience one of the city’s elegant restaurants or local beer halls, known for their lively atmosphere and strong Czech beer.

In New Town, you’ll find the Dancing House, a work of modern art by architect Frank Gehry, as well as Wenceslas Square, center of Prague’s nightlife. End your night at the Strahov Monastic Brewery with a cold brew.