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Hotels in Prague

Our hotels in Prague offer stunning views and convenient central locations. Choose from great value hotels, to luxury 5 star and boutique properties, ideal locations for a romantic city break.

If it’s tradition you’re looking for, choose the Cloister Inn – a lovely family-run property located within a medieval monastery. Or stay within the UNESCO world heritage site of Prague castle at the Lindner Prague Castle. For something a little more contemporary the 4 star boutique Design Metropol will allure you with its rooftop sun deck, offering unforgettable views of Prague castle. At the 5 star Mandarin Oriental, the intimate Essensia restaurant and its award-winning spa located in a former renaissance chapel, are the main attractions. And if you want to be in the centre of all the action Art Nouveau Palace is steps from the hustle and bustle of Wenceslas Square.

Explore the beautiful city of Prague

Visit historical and popular areas of this Bohemian city

Stare Mestro (Old Town)

Visit the Old Town Square, with its world-famous astronomical clock. Built in 1490, it is one of the oldest in the world and provides a popular hourly show. Climb the Old Town Hall tower for magnificent views of Prague’s cobbled streets, castle, river and the magnificent Our Lady of Tyn church. The Charles Bridge is named after the countries most famous monarch and offers superb views and access to the castle side of the river. Friendly musicians and souvenir stallholders attract locals and visitors alike.

Josefov (Jewish Quarter)

Named after the Holy Roman Emperor who emancipated the Jews, Joseph II. Josefov, or the Jewish Quarter, is the birthplace of the celebrated author Frank Kafka. It contains the remains of the historic Jewish slums and 20th century buildings, with its Old-New synagogue and the Jewish museum showcasing some of central Europe’s most important Jewish artefacts. It contains six synagogues and an old cemetery.

Nove Mesto (New Town)

New Town’s most famous landmark is Wenceslas Square, filled with an enticing array of bars, shops and gathering crowds. This is also where you will find the National Theatre, U Fleku beer hall and the National Museum – whose vantage point encourages you to take in the ornate architecture that lies below. It’s also the Czech Republic’s oldest museum – showcasing everything from mineralogy and zoology to archaeology and anthropology.

Mala Strana (Little Quarter)

Walk down the picturesque streets and enjoy its lively restaurant scene. In the evening walk through the quaint, quieter gas lamp-lit lanes. Take the funicular railway up Petrin Hill, then walk the leafy trails to Petrin Tower – a scale model of the Eiffel Tower built in 1891, providing spectacular views. Explore the maze and the Stefanik Observatory while you’re here too.

Hradcany (Castle District)

Containing the world’s largest ancient castle, this district lies to the left of the River Vltava, over the Charles Bridge. With cobbled streets and incredible views from the castle walls over Prague, this area is not to be missed. The Prague castle is over 1000 years old and has an hourly changing of the guard and regular exhibitions in the gallery. The Saint Vitus cathedral is located within the large castle walls.

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