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Budget hotels in Prague
If you're on a budget, stay at Motel Grado, which offers rooms with rates starting from 56US$. For a cheap hotel that's centrally situated, you can try Charles Bridge International Hostel near Charles Bridge, which is 1050 metres from the city centre. A budget-friendly option is Villa Olivia apartment, which is a 20-minute drive from Charles Bridge and has a free private car park and complimentary parking. Alternatively, Gallery Hostel is a budget choice with hiking and cycling, only 150 meters from Muzeum underground station.
Proximity to public transport
Travellers with early morning flights may consider Courtyard By Marriott Prague Airport near Ruzyne airport. If you want to explore Prague, you'll want to book a hotel like Cityspot, 650 metres from NamÄstÃ Republiky underground station, the city's public transportation. If you're on the lookout for hotels in Prague close to Prague Main railway train station, choose King David, which is 500 metres away.
Convenience of staying in the city center
First-time visitors to Prague should think of staying in the city centre, booking a room at Grand Hotel Praha with 232US$ room rate policy or Hostel Delmedio where prices start at 46US$. Pick one of the many hotels in downtown Prague, such as Hotel U Zlateho Jelena. Those looking to spend some time in Prague 02 district should head to Antik City, which is close to Strahov Monastery.
Hostel Homer is a comfortable hostel, situated less than a 10-minute walk from Jewish Museum in Prague. To stay near St Cyril and St Methodius Cathedral, book a room at Angelis, which offers room rates from 95US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation
Moods Boutique Hotel is a highly-rated hotel in Prague 10 district and it is situated a 5-minute walk from Viet Corner HD restaurant. If you appreciate nature, you can try Vysehrad, a boutique hotel next to parks and a river. If you prefer chain hotels, Marketa in Prague 06 district has a sauna and a golf course and is 3.7 km from Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock.
Apartments, B&Bs and others
Those who relish being close to nature in Prague should choose Alt Pension, a budget-friendly apartment next to gardens and lakes. Taurus 22 Apartment House is a standard B&B that is a 15-minute walk from Charles Bridge. If you are travelling with your kids to Prague, stay at a family-friendly hotel, for example at Palac U Kocku near Hard Rock Cafe restaurant. Guests who enjoy nature may want to stay at Hotel Trevi near gardens and hills.
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.