Once on of Europe’s hidden gems, the bustling and prosperous city of Prague in the Czech Republic now draws more tourists than it ever has before. The city’s statue-lined bridges, hilltop castle, narrow streets, and storied churches create a scene from a fairytale, veiling a resilient history. There are a wide variety of hotels in Prague for them to choose from.
© La Ballerina
The luxury urban La Ballerina hotel is only a short walk from the city’s famous Frank Gehry Dancing House and the National Theatre, along with several other major attractions in Prague. The elegant hotel conveniently located in the city center boasts thirty-one modern and exquisitely furnished guest rooms and suites that reflect the building’s historical character, along with the latest technology. La Ballerina also offer free wireless internet, a 24-hour reception, airport transfers, valet parking, and San Carlo, the hotel’s on-site Italian restaurant. Staff at the five-star hotel aim to provide guests with only the best service possible.
2.Aria Hotel Prague
© Aria Hotel Prague
The Aria Hotel Prague is located in the Lesser Town area of Prague, just a short walk from Prague Castle and the famous Charles Bridge. The luxury, five-star hotel consists of twenty-nine deluxe rooms, six Signature Luxury Suites and sixteen Junior Suites. CODA, the hotel’s restaurant, is considered to be one of the best fine dining restaurants in the city of Prague, serving a menu designed and prepared by David Šašek. Each floor at the Aria Hotel Prague is designed to embrace the city’s musical spirit according to a different style of music, which include Jazz, Opera, Classical, and Contemporary.
3.Four Seasons Hotel Prague
© Four Seasons Hotel Prague
The Four Seasons Hotel Prague opens the door for guests to an unexpected and vibrant experience similar to that of the city of Prague. Centuries of history fill the hotel, tracing the city’s history from the Baroque period through the Neoclassical up to present day. The hotel’s restaurant, CottoCrudo, serves traditional Italian dishes that are complemented by the live crudo bar, at which guests can watch chefs prepare some of the freshest seafood around. The CottoCrudo Bar provides an extensive list of wines, along with eclectic and classic cocktails. The Gallery offers pastries, coffee, and pre-dinner drinks in a comfortable lounge setting.
4.Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
© Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
The Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa is situated only a handful of steps away from the famous Charles Bridge and the historic Prague Castle among the Lesser Town neighborhood’s picturesque streets. The five-star, luxury boutique hotel is housed among four former bourgeoise residences, providing a refined ambience and and utilizing the buildings’ baroque style. The hotel is made up of nineteen suites and twenty-six deluxe guest rooms, all of which are unique in shape and size due each building’s historical character. Amenities include a television with premium channels, high-speed wireless internet, a CD and DVD player, minibar, a safe, and rain showers.
5.Mandarin Oriental, Prague
© Mandarin Oriental, Prague
The Mandarin Oriental, Prague is set against the backdrop of the city’s gleaming spires, offer a luxury, five-star hotel experience in the heart of beautiful Prague. The hotel features a design that blends contemporary with historic character and consists of seventy-nine unique designed guest rooms, as well as twenty spacious guest suites. Spices Restaurant and Bar, the Mandarin Oriental’s on-site restaurant, provides a memorable dining experience underneath a vaulted Renaissance ceiling and serves authentic dishes from three different regions in Asia. The hotel is also home to the world’s only spa housed in a former chapel from the Renaissance era.
6.Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague
© Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague
The Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague is housed in a building from 1932 located in the heart of the cultural scene of Prague. The luxury Art Deco hotel is the home of The Alcron, a Michelin-starred restaurant, as well as home to the Be Bop Lobby Bar, which serves entertaining and unique cocktails, along with some rare spirits. Guest amenities include Ronnefeldt tea-making facilities, a Nespresso coffee maker, and high-speed wireless internet in rooms, along with free use of the sauna and fitness center. The Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague is within close proximity to Wenceslas Square and Old Town Square.
© Smetana Hotel
The Smetana Hotel is just a few steps away from many of the city of Prague’s major sights, including the historic Prague Castles, the famous Charles Bridge, the Astronomical Clock, and the city’s Old Town. The spacious guest rooms provide a relaxing place after a day of sightseeing, featuring beautiful decor and attention to detail travellers have come to expect from any boutique hotel. Complimentary wireless internet is available throughout the property. The Bistro Bohemian Rhapsody offers fresh coffee and espresso, as well as pastries and what is considered by many to be the best eggs benedict in the city.
8.Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague
© Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague
The Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague is conveniently situated in the heart of the Lesser Town area of Prague, just steps from the Prague Castle and Charles Bridge, providing the quintessence of the beauty, character, and history of the city. The luxury hotel is made up of 101 contemporary guest rooms and suites, including four inspiring signature suites. Bathrooms feature heated floors, with many also containing walk-in showers, as well as natural light during the day. Guests will find a variety of local dishes and beverage options at the Refectory Bar, the Augustine Restaurant and Terrace, or the peaceful Sundial Garden.
9.Le Palais Art Hotel Prague
© Le Palais Art Hotel Prague
The Le Palais Art Hotel Prague was originally built back in 1841 and is an excellent representation of the Belle Époque architecture. The luxury hotel consists of seventy-two spacious guest rooms and suites, with the hotel’s intimate size offering a personal approach to guests and strong attention to detail. The hotel’s Artista Restaurant is a fine dining restaurant specializing in unconventional and innovative dishes from both international and Czech cuisine using local and traditional ingredients. The restaurant’s terrace is typically open from April until September during nice weather and provides beautiful views. There is also the Le Palais Lobby Bar.
10.The Emblem Hotel
© The Emblem Hotel
The Emblem Hotel is sometimes referred to as a “lifestyle hotel.” It is made up of fifty-nine guest rooms, including three luxury suites and four junior suites, as well as The M Lounge in which guests can “chill-out” that features a number of different “Living Spaces.” The cosy guest rooms aim to provide the luxury for guests of a “home-away-from-home.” The Emblem Hotel is also home to the George Prime Steak restaurant and bar and The M Spa with an amazing rooftop terrace. The hotel aims to create the most relaxing environment for guests in the center of the city of Prague.
© Bishop's House
The Bishop’s House is conveniently located in the heart of Prague’s historic center, situated just sixty meters away from the iconic Charles Bridge; the enchanting, and not very well known island of Kampa, and the Vltava River. The hotel is also located within close proximity to the historic Prague Castle and the beautiful Old Town Square, along with several of the city’s shops, pubs, restaurants, and main sights. The main building of the Bishop’s House was constructed back during the sixteenth century, and guests can also stay in a tower that once belonged to the former seat of a Bishop.
12.Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
© Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
The Art Nouveau Palace Hotel is made up of 127 elegant and spacious guest rooms and suites, all designed with touches of art nouveau. Every room and suite include all of the creature comforts travelers have come to expect at a luxury hotel, as well Carrara white marble bathrooms. The Cafe Palace at the Art Nouveau Palace Hotel boast a simple, yet still elegant atmosphere in which guests can watch as the rest of the world goes by through the gallery windows. A full buffet breakfast is offered in the morning at the spacious L'Epoque Restaurant.
13.Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
© Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
The Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection hotel was built back in 1890 and was originally a Neo-Renaissance palace. It was later converted into a bank and now a luxury hotel. Situated in the heart of the city center of Prague, the Carlo IV provides convenient access to many of the main attractions of the city, such as the Charles Bridge, Wenceslas Square, and Prague Castle. Guests can find a variety of food and beverages at the hotel’s four on-site cafes and restaurants, ranging from coffee and small snacks to exquisite cocktails and fine dining.
14.Hotel KING DAVID Prague
© Hotel KING DAVID Prague
The Hotel KING DAVID Prague is a boutique, five-star, kosher “Le Mehadrin” hotel that is open year-round. Situated near the city centre’s train station, the hotel offers sixty-seven comfortable guest rooms, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property. The Hotel KING DAVID is the city’s only kosher lemehadrin hotel and strives to provide guests with a high level of service. Guest rooms are available in five different categories: Junior Suite, Boutique Suite, Executive Room, Deluxe Room, and Standard Room. All are non-smoking, air-conditioned, and include a complimentary bottle of water every day. The hotel is also home to a kosher restaurant.
15.The Grand Mark Prague
© The Grand Mark Prague
The Grand Mark Prague is housed within a palace from the Baroque era, creating an atmosphere of luxury that artfully blends classical design with modern features, technology, and art throughout the property. Guest rooms and suites evoke the grandeur and elegance of the original palace, with no two rooms being quite the exact same. Room amenities include tea and coffee making facilities, a minibar, laptop-sized safe, desk, DVD/CD player and media panels with MP3 connection available upon request, rain showers, luxury toiletries, and complimentary Wi-Fi. The Le Grill Restaurant serves innovative combinations of flavors using fresh ingredients.
16.Hotel Three Storks
© Hotel Three Storks
The Hotel Three Storks is a five-star luxurious boutique hotel located in the city of Prague’s quiet Lesser Town, or Mala Strana, area beneath the historic and grand Prague Castle. Within a close proximity are many of the city’s major attractions, including several of the most sought after restaurants and monuments. The Hotel Three Storks provides an original and one-of-a-kind environment designed by the AI DESIGN studio in collaboration with London’s Eva Jiricná Architects. The hotel’s design respects the House at Three Storks’ history and creates an ideal harmony of the modern appearance and the preserved interior of the Renaissance era.
17.Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
© Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
The Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague was established in 2009 in the heart of Prague, only steps aways from the picturesque Old Town Square. The boutique hotel is an urban unique resort that aims to redefine lifestyle in the hospitality industry. The Buddha-Bar Hotel is made up of thirty-five luxury guest room and three luxurious suites, all striving to exceed the highest of standards of five-star boutique hotels while enhancing the stay of guests with an atmosphere that caters to all of the senses in the Buddha-Bar style. The stylish rooms include HD Interactive TV Solutions, Subzero Private Bars, Nespresso Coffee Machines, and more.
18.Grand Hotel Bohemia
© Grand Hotel Bohemia
The Grand Hotel Bohemia is a traditional hotel of Prague offering luxury accommodations across its seventy-nine state-of-the-art guest rooms. The historical building was built during the 1920’s, enchanting guests with its distinctive atmosphere of old times. All guest rooms feature dark wood furniture with cream upholstery, along with luxurious and spacious bathrooms equipped with a massage shower, bathtub, bathrobes, cosmetic mirror, toiletries, and hair dryer. The Grand Hotel Bohemia is centrally located in the heart of the city’s Old Town, just minutes away from the Jewish Quarter, Wenceslas Square, Charles Bridge, and the famous Astronomical Clock.
© Residence Agnes
The Residence Agnes is a small, boutique hotel situated in the charming heart of Old Town, only a short walk away from the Josefov Jewish Quarter and the famous Charles Bridge. The hotel provides twenty-two spacious, stylish, and comfortable guest rooms, all of which are non-smoking and contain individually controlled heating and air-conditioning, as well as designed to provide the maximum amount of comfort for guests. The Hotel Residence Agnes also provides 24-hour reception, breakfast in the morning, complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property, daily housekeeping, and drinks available in the lobby at any time during the day.
© Rezidence Vysehrad
The Rezidence Vysehrad hotel is more than a typical hotel in Prague, offering luxury accommodations in the form of spacious apartments that feature a kitchenette, a balcony, parking, complimentary wireless internet, and wellness right next to Prague’s Vysehrad Park. Guests can get a taste of the Mediterranean at the on-site restaurant which serves several favorites, such as grilled meat, wraps, and pasta. Wellness options include the Sauna and relaxation area that helps boost health and immunity, as well as the Tawan Asian wellness spa. The fitness center at the Rezidence Vysehrad offers plenty of equipment and a view of the garden.
21.Appia Hotel Residences
© Appia Hotel Residences
The Appia Hotel Residences are situated in the historic heart of Prague, within very close proximity to the Charles Bridge, the majestic Prague Castle, and a number of other major attractions and shops in the city. The hotel is made up of twenty-two stylish and air-conditioned guest rooms, including grand apartments and junior suites with kitchenettes. Free high-speed wireless internet is available throughout the property. The Appia Hotel Residences also contains stylish lounges, a PC corner, and underground garage parking with charging stations for electric vehicles. A buffet breakfast is served in the building’s original second floor twelfth century hall.
22.BoHo Prague Hotel
© BoHo Prague Hotel
The BoHo Prague Hotel boasts being an “Icon of Exclusiveness and Luxury” in the center of Prague. The hotel strives to redefine charm, elegance, and comfort in “The Golden City” with a hundred spires. Conveniently located only a short walk from the city’s famous Old Town Square, the hotel offers guests with an ideal base for discovering everything Prague has to offer. The BoHo Prague Hotel’s on-site restaurant serves a broad variety of international and healthy meals made with fresh ingredients and paired with an extensive selection of beverages and selected wines. A sophisticated atmosphere and design completes the dining experience.
The Questenberk hotel is a boutique four-star hotel situated only a few minutes on foot from the historic Prague Castle. The hotel is located in the Hradcany quarter of the city, which is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The building that houses the Questenberk was originally built back in the year 1620 and is now home to twenty-seven boutique guest rooms that offer views of the charming surrounding area of the city, Petrin Park, Prague Castle, or Old Town. Each of the rooms are uniquely designed, with wooden floors and beams in some guest rooms.
24.Ventana Hotel Prague
© Ventana Hotel Prague
The Ventana Hotel in Prague is a luxury five-star boutique hotel located in the city’s historical center in Old Town Square, sitting opposite of the famous Astronomical Clock and the Old Town Hall. The Art Nouveau building features high ceilings and contains twenty-nine guest rooms and suites that overlook the Old Town quarter, all comfortably furnished with high-tech features and elegant decor. Each room also features Pascal Morabito toiletries, a deluxe mini-bar, a television, and a safe. Many of the city’s most interesting places are just a short walk from the Ventana Hotel, like Parizska Street and the Charles Bridge.
The Unitas Hotel provides comfortable, spacious, and carefully decorated accommodations in the city of Prague, designed in regards to the building’ historical significance as a former convent. All of the thirty-six guest rooms and suites include complimentary wireless internet access, a mini bars, a television, a kettle, a hair dryer, and air-conditioning. Accommodation choices range from Single and Double to Superior to Suite. The Unitas Hotel also offers a Honeymoon Suite. Within the Unitas Hotel, a careful selection of materials resistant to fire, decorations, and carpet come together with the comfortable sofas and beds and the simple harmony of color.
25 Best Prague Hotels
- La Ballerina, Photo: La Ballerina
- Aria Hotel Prague, Photo: Aria Hotel Prague
- Four Seasons Hotel Prague, Photo: Four Seasons Hotel Prague
- Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa, Photo: Alchymist Grand Hotel & Spa
- Mandarin Oriental, Prague, Photo: Mandarin Oriental, Prague
- Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague, Photo: Radisson Blu Alcron Hotel, Prague
- Smetana Hotel, Photo: Smetana Hotel
- Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague, Photo: Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague
- Le Palais Art Hotel Prague, Photo: Le Palais Art Hotel Prague
- The Emblem Hotel, Photo: The Emblem Hotel
- Bishop's House, Photo: Bishop's House
- Art Nouveau Palace Hotel, Photo: Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
- Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection, Photo: Carlo IV, The Dedica Anthology, Autograph Collection
- Hotel KING DAVID Prague, Photo: Hotel KING DAVID Prague
- The Grand Mark Prague, Photo: The Grand Mark Prague
- Hotel Three Storks, Photo: Hotel Three Storks
- Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague, Photo: Buddha-Bar Hotel Prague
- Grand Hotel Bohemia, Photo: Grand Hotel Bohemia
- Residence Agnes, Photo: Residence Agnes
- Rezidence Vysehrad, Photo: Rezidence Vysehrad
- Appia Hotel Residences, Photo: Appia Hotel Residences
- BoHo Prague Hotel, Photo: BoHo Prague Hotel
- Questenberk, Photo: Questenberk
- Ventana Hotel Prague, Photo: Ventana Hotel Prague
- Unitas Hotel, Photo: worldwide_stock/stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: Stanislav Samoylik/stock.adobe.com