Hotels in Prague

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Hotels in Prague

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Hotel U Pava

Hotel U Pava

Prague

‘Pleasant, quiet and convenient’, this historic building (‘At the Peacock’) belonged to the Benedictine order and was rebuilt in 1639 as a baroque house
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Hotel Hoffmeister

Hotel Hoffmeister

Prague

‘Service is impeccable yet friendly,’ say visitors to this white-fronted hotel.
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Romantik Hotel U Raka

Romantik Hotel U Raka

Prague

In an artists’ colony up a hill near the castle (a ‘charming spot’), this stylish little guest house (‘At the Sign of the Crayfish’) is a tasteful recreation of two wooden 18th-century farm buildings, in cobbled courtyards, on this site. 
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Hotel Pohoda

Hotel Pohoda

Prague

Owned and managed by the Šimon family, this simple, well-modernised, small B&B hotel is located in Strašnice suburb, a residential district four kilometres east of the centre.
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Hotel 16

Hotel 16

Prague

A returning visitor to this well-run small B&B hotel near the botanical gardens thought it ‘the best I’ve experienced in the Czech Republic’. 
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Hotel Casa Marcello

Hotel Casa Marcello

Prague

Quietly set by St Agnes Monastery, this hotel, owned and managed by the Kotikova family, is composed of two listed buildings.
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Green Garden Hotel

Green Garden Hotel

Prague

Set in a stately 19th century building, the Green Garden hotel is located just 5 minutes from I.P. Pavlova metro and tram station and a 15-minute walk from Wenceslas Square. 
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Golden Wheel Hotel

Golden Wheel Hotel

Prague

Located on the historic ‘Royal Mile’, just a few minutes from Prague Castle, this historic Baroque-style building dating back to the 15th century has been renovated into a lovely boutique hotel. 
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Hotel General

Hotel General

Prague

Inspired by the deeds and lives of famous generals and military leaders throughout history, this upscale hotel is in a quiet location between the Vltava River and the Andel business area.

Medieval palaces, castles, churches and squares

Exploring Prague has been compared to walking through an open-air museum, as this former medieval empire has beautifully preserved Baroque, Gothic, Renaissance and Art Nouveau architecture, with palaces, churches, cottages and cafes huddled side by side on cobbled narrow streets. Its compact size makes it ideal for exploring on foot.

Although the city has been firmly on the tourist map since the 1990s, it is constantly evolving, so each visit affords new discoveries. 

Prague Castle, the city’s landmark attraction, is undergoing renovations, with new areas gradually being opened up or restored. In the Old Town, passageways that haven’t been open for over 50 years now house trendy hotels and boutiques.

New art galleries and bars serving terrific Czech beers await discovery, too, along with restaurants serving tastier, more modern food.

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