We also offer budget-conscious hostels such as Hostel Bohemia with a room rate from 16US$. Downtown Prague is home to numerous budget hotels, like Aparthotel Angel and Cikada, that provide a 20-minute walking distance to Gallery at the Bethlehem Chapel. Pension Zlicin is a charming choice that offers affordable rates at 65US$ per night and a convenient location near Dancing House. If you are planning to visit Prague 06 district of Prague, pick an apartment such as Prague Opera Attic for only 91US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Prague?
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Prague airports & Subway stations
Penzion V Mastali is a cozy apartment that puts you within walking distance of Vaclav Havel Prague airport and features hiking, cycling and complimentary parking. Residence Cosia Angels is only a 5-minute walk from Můstek metro station and has a patio, a sun terrace and a sun deck. When staying at Moods Boutique Hotel near Masaryk's train station, guests benefit from convenient proximity of Prague's main attractions.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to parks and a river staying at Florentina Boat with rates at 50US$. Travelers to Prague that are willing to stay in a centrally situated area can choose Rezidence Ostrovni. Hotel Orion is a great place to stay while visiting Prague 1 district.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Prague
U Pava is a 4-star choice that is a 5-minute walk from Malostranska pivnice restaurant, where you can enjoy European, Eastern European, Central European and Czech cuisine. Art Deco Imperial with a spa lounge, Turkish steam room and a treatment room is an elegant boutique hotel a mere 15-minute walk from House of the Suicide and House of the Mother of the Suicide. Chain hotel you might consider is U Prince, within walking distance of Charles Square, featuring 124US$.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're planning a trip to Prague, consider staying downtown at apartments like Apartment Rybna 24 or Apartment Astronomical Clock. There are 406 B&B options in Prague, including Apartment Josef and Residence Jagellonska. If you're traveling on business and looking for hotels in Prague near the center, consider staying at Hotel Pav next to Franciscan garden. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 466 hotels in Prague, Hotel Excellent or Central Hotel Prague among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of Prague
Patience is the key to best experiencing Prague.
It's a virtue that pays off in the Czech capital, which, at first, can bombard a visitor with hoards of other tourists, heavy traffic and capitalism at its' most aggressive.
It's understandable, little more than 20 years since the fall of communism and the Velvet Revolution, the city is making the most of becoming a hot tourist destination.
Don't be overwhelmed by the crowds, Prague is an intoxicating mix of culture, history and stunning architecture and Booked.net can help you get the most from your stay.
Hotels are scattered throughout Prague, a state city of historic Bohemia, and despite the swell of tourists, at Booked.net you are sure to find reasonably priced Prague hotels with all the home comforts you need during your stay.
If you are looking for a cheap hotel in Prague or something more at the luxury end of the scale, we have the information you need from photos, maps, and secure reservation forms and can offer Prague accommodation at below hotel rack rates.
So relax. We'll take care of you so you can slow down and explore everything this city has to offer.
The birth of Prague dates back to the 9th Century when it soon became a home to Bohemian kings and its' cityscape reflects its' rich history. From its' origins as a state city of Bohemia, Prague has served capital of the Czech state for more than 1000 years as well as once being the center of the Holy Roman Empire. It's architectural heritage escaped the ravages of two world wars more lightly than many European cities and that has ensured its' status as a must-see.
Prague is divided into by the Vltava River, which is crossed by the Charles Bridge.
Stroll across the Charles Bridge and you arrive in the medieval Old Town with its striking Gothic Renaissance and Baroque architecture.
Some attractions include;
- The Astronomical Clock on on Old Town Square
- The vaulted Gothic Old New Synagogue of 1270
- New Town and Wenceslas Square
- Prague Castle - the largest Castle in the world - which features St Vitus Cathedral
- And the modern Milunić and Gehry's Dancing House
At Booked.net you can easily find a hotel close to these destinations and then branch out to discover the rest of what this city offers.