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12 Best Places to Stay in Prague | Hostel to Luxury Hotels

Prague, the city of 100 spires, has real Bohemian charm and, is well worth a visit. If you have booked your city break and are now looking for the best places to stay in Prague, let me help!

The most popular area is Praha 1 containing Old Town, New Town, and the Castle as well as many bars and restaurants, perfect for a weekend break. Or maybe you prefer to venture further out and experience a different neighbourhood in Prague? Here are some recommendations for hostels, apart-hotels, guest houses, and luxury hotels from travel bloggers.

Best Hostels In Prague

Hostel HOMEr Prague

Hostel HOMEr is a rare gem hidden in the heart of Prague’s Old Town. Housed in a 16th-century Renaissance building with art fresco ceilings, an uber-cool cavern bar, and sprawling views of the Old Town, this hostel makes you feel like a part of historic Prague. While the location and value of this hostel are both fantastic, it’s the overall vibe of this place that makes it truly special.

We’ve stayed in hundreds of hostels, (and picked up a few survival tips along the way) but the 15-bed mixed dorm in Hostel Homer is probably our favourite! Complete with lounges, armchairs, fridges, stoves, artwork, and incredible views, the grand attic space creates an atmosphere of comfort and community with other guests; it feels more like a common room in Harry Potter than an ordinary hostel dorm. Be sure to book this room in particular for the full experience!

Rooftop views from Hostel HOMEr in Prague
Hostel HOMEr in Prague | © Dan from Dashing Around the World

DREAM Hostel Prague

DREAM Hostel Prague has got quirkiness, stylish, and budget all rolled into one! Walk into the communal area off the street and you are greeted by helpful staff and a comfortable cafe to rest your weary feet! This was fairly new so the decor was pristine – the bedrooms, toilets, and shower rooms were all spotless and the bunk beds have a privacy curtain too which is a great idea!

If you wish to go to Prague on a budget and buy your food, there’s a lovely kitchen to do your cooking. Out the back is a courtyard with seating, perfect for beers in the summer months. The location is top-notch being adjacent to Wenceslas Square and just a short walk from the Old Town (1km), Jewish Quarter (1.3km), and Charles Bridge (1.4km) making sightseeing easy from this hostel.

Communal area at the DREAM Hostel Prague
Communal area at the DREAM Hostel Prague

Hostel Dakura

Hostel Dakura is an excellent lodging choice for budget travellers and those looking to stay a little bit outside the bustle of Prague’s Old Town. This hostel offers shared hostel dorms, but also basic, private rooms. Each floor has a shared bathroom with hot showers and plenty of toilets. Budget rooms have en-suite sinks. Every floor boasts its own well-equipped kitchen. Don’t forget to check out the lovely courtyard with outdoor seating, hammocks, and a slew of activities. The spaces are simple, yet extremely clean.

The best asset of Hostel Dakura is that it’s tucked cozily in Prague’s Bubeneč neighborhood. This location is a hidden gem and is filled with authentic restaurants, cafes, and green spaces, and is only a speedy 5-minute walk to the tram and metro station. If walking to Old Town, it’s an easy 30-minute stroll that winds through the popular Letna Park.

|| Recommended by Megan from Packing Up The Pieces

Best Aparthotels & Guest Houses In Prague


Prague’s Old Town is filled with all kinds of hostels and hotels. For my trip to Prague, I was traveling from Berlin and moving on to Vienna; therefore convenience to the train station is key. Luckily, I found a boutique hotel that is just 150 meters away from the Main Train Station.

The exterior and the reception office are small and simple, but I was pleasantly surprised by the rooms because they are spacious, clean, and quite modern. Many of the suites are apartments with an open kitchen and dining table that is fully furnished. It’s perfect for me to prepare breakfast and dinner for the day after I enjoy a day in what Prague’s Old Town has to offer. The location is great if you plan to continue the journey to other cities or have an excursion on a day trip to places like Kutná Hora.

CitySpot Aparthotel in Prague
CitySpot Aparthotel | © Kenny from Knycx Journeying

Arco Guesthouse

The Arco Guesthouse feels like home but with a fabulous library, a great guide, and someone else fixing breakfast. In a quiet residential neighbourhood five minutes from the tram, it offers an inside look at the real Prague. The rooms are colourful and comfortable, the wifi is strong and breakfast is fantastic. Rooms run €40-75/night.

Your host, Günther Krumpak, is from Vienna, but as a certified Official City Guide, he’s an expert on Prague’s history, food, and literature and loves to share. When I visited, after breakfast he spread a map to help me plan my day. He didn’t ask “What do you want to see today?” but “How do you want to feel?” A much better question. He then explained what I should see, where to eat, how to get there, and how to use the tram. It’s thanks to Günther I wrote this post on Prague Secrets—Insider Tips.

|| Recommended by Donna from Nomad Women

Best Luxury Hotels In Prague

Aria Hotel Prague

Boutique hotels each have something that sets them apart and at the Aria, that’s music. Themed but not kitschy, the Aria’s wings are each tastefully music-themed from Beethoven to Blues with each of the 51 suites and rooms dedicated to a specific genre, artist, or composer you can enjoy with a musical library and private screening room.

Other five-star accommodations include complimentary afternoon tea, iPads to use during your stay, made-to-order and breakfast buffets, and steam baths and saunas in the fitness centre. Just steps from Prague Castle, the Charles Bridge, the Royal Gardens, and many other attractions, the rooftop terrace overlooks the breathtaking Vrtba Garden and even boasts a private entrance to a UNESCO World Heritage space. 

View from Aria Hotel in Prague
Aria Hotel in Prague | © Lauren from TheDownLo

Hotel Residence Agnes

The Hotel Residence Agnes is a boutique hotel in Prague that is small in size, but big on service. This quaint establishment on a quiet street just a short walk from Old Town is the kind of hotel that makes a city feel like home. It’s as charming as the city that surrounds it and as comfortable as staying with an old friend. It’s luxurious, but not in a stuffy, pay extra for wifi kind of way. Things like wifi, a full breakfast, and around-the-clock drinks are complimentary amenities to guests.

But what about actual service? I couldn’t name Residence Agnes as one of the best places to stay in Prague if it lacked quality customer care. The staff members are unobtrusively present as they anticipate needs and ensure a seamless and happy stay in Prague. The extension of service after checking out is also worth noting. For example, my daughter accidentally forgot her favourite eyeshadow palette in the room. We assumed it was lost but reception emailed us otherwise. Not only that, they remembered we would be returning to Prague in a week, offered to store it safely, and invited us to return for a drink or breakfast when we came to pick it up. Service like that is what makes a hotel stand out in a crowd.

Exterior of Residence Agnes Prague
Residence Agnes Prague | © Jenna from Travels of Jenna

Corinthia Hotel Prague

The Corinthia is a 5-star hotel with easy access to the city center and luxe accommodations. Located right across the driveway from the train stop that goes into Old Town Prague (which is only a few stops away), Corinthia is a combination of convenience and luxury.

As soon as you enter the lobby, you know that it is a high-end hotel, appointed with chandeliers, seating lounges, and a large bar area to relax and enjoy a cocktail or get some work done.  There is a concierge area with people to help you navigate the city or even sell you tickets to attractions. The rooms are spacious, clean, and well-appointed with amazing views and a lush bed.  In addition to premium bath products provided in the large bathroom, the Corinthia provides plush robes and slippers for its guests.

The best amenity is the ability to upgrade to club access. The hotel serves breakfast, which is often included in the rate, but it can get extremely crowded. With club access, not only can you eat breakfast in the exclusive club area, but they have a fully stocked bar that you can visit all day, along with meals, and snacks. During a couple of days of my trip, I sat in the lounge and got some work done while taking in the views and drinking a mimosa. And all of this for a lower price than most 3- or 4-star hotels in the U.S. It’s a steal and not to be missed.

Exterior of Corinthia Hotel Prague
Corinthia Hotel Prague | © Tyra from The Traveling Esquire

The Grandior Hotel

If you’re looking for comfortable luxury right in the centre of Prague, then the Grandior Hotel is the place for you. After waiting twelve hours for our flight, only for it to eventually be cancelled, we decided to console ourselves with some pampering, so we chose the Grandior based on its high rating, and it did NOT disappoint!

As soon as we stepped into the stylish lobby, we were treated like VIPs. Once valet service took our bags up to our room, we crashed into one of the biggest, softest beds I’ve ever slept in! And the location of the hotel is perfect. After an enormous buffet breakfast, grab your shoes and it’s just a short walk to practically anything you might wish to see, from Wenceslas Square to the Charles Bridge, or the famous Astronomical Clock, plus all manner of wonderful off the beaten path things to do in Prague.

Lobby of Grandior Hotel Prague
Grandior Hotel Prague | © Jeremy of Cultura Obscura

Radisson Blu Hotel Prague

With a location that brings Prague’s Old Town literally to your doorstep, the Radisson Blu Hotel is one of the best places to stay in the Czech Republic‘s most beautiful city. The hotel that recently was rebranded from Sheraton to Radisson Blu is situated close to the Vltava River by the southern edge of the Old Town, expect to see stunning vistas of this remarkable city from the comforts of its great outdoor roof terrace while sipping a drink from the bar.

From Radisson Blu Hotel Prague, most of the main attractions of the city, like the Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, and National Museum, are a mere 10-minute walk away. To get to Prague Castle, take the tranquil river route for about 30 minutes. Around the hotel, you can also have a taste of Czech cuisine from the various restaurants and cafes in the area. After a long day of sightseeing, relax in the hotel’s stylish interiors and its world-class facilities, such as a spa and a pool.

Outside of the Sheraton Prague, now the Radisson Blu Hotel
Radisson Blu Hotel | © Karolina from Lazy Travel Blog

Hotel Julian Prague

For our three night stay in Prague, my husband and I based ourselves at Hotel Julian near Petrin Hill in what is known as the Lesser Town.  We found the location perfect – the hotel is out of the hustle and bustle of the Old Town but only a 30-minute walk to Charles Bridge. If you’re not up for walking, there’s a tram stop just around the corner.

The hotel is housed in a neo-classical building and whilst it has a real old-world charm to it, the rooms are furnished with every modern convenience including free WiFi. A buffet breakfast is served each morning in the breakfast room, and there’s also a restaurant open for evening meals and a rooftop terrace where you can enjoy a drink whilst taking in the views of Prague Castle and the city skyline. If you’re looking for a quiet, comfortable hotel for your stay in Prague, I can highly recommend the Hotel Julian. 

Bedroom in Hotel Julian Prague
Hotel Julian Prague | © Carolyn of Holidays to Europe

Emblem Hotel

Located in the heart of Prague 1, the city’s main tourist area, the Emblem Hotel is a 59-room lifestyle hotel with something for everyone. Only 1,000 feet from Prague’s historic Old Town Square, the Emblem Hotel is perfectly situated to explore the city’s famous sites. It’s also a perfect place to base yourself to explore all of the best Prague food offerings. There are so many great things to eat within only a few blocks.

Contemporary in design, the hotel features standard rooms as well as junior and luxury suites. For guests looking for a bit of tranquility, the hotel’s M Lounge and M Spa provide quiet and relaxation in an urban environment.

For food lovers, Emblem Hotel’s George Prime Steak restaurant is an American-style steakhouse serving up delicious traditional Czech fare and mouth-watering cuts of beef. The staff at the Emblem are super knowledgeable and eager to please. If you are looking for upscale, vibrant accommodation in Prague that’s minutes away from the top tourist attractions, then Emblem Hotel is the place for you. 

|| Recommended by Amber of Food & Drink Destinations

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