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Accommodations in Prague

2,511

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AU$58

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Travel high season

Dec - Feb

Travel low season

Jun - Aug

High season avg price

AU$244

Low season avg price

AU$202
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Season
Avg. price/night
Avg. temperature
Avg. precipitation
Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
$278
HIGHEST
$136$735
Avg. temperature
0ºC
COLDEST
-12ºC32ºC
Avg. precipitation
43mm
DRIEST
27 mm90 mm
Mar - May
Avg. price/night
$236
$136$735
Avg. temperature
7ºC
-12ºC32ºC
Avg. precipitation
53mm
27 mm90 mm
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
$235
LOWEST
$136$735
Avg. temperature
17ºC
WARMEST
-12ºC32ºC
Avg. precipitation
88mm
WETTEST
27 mm90 mm
Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
$241
$136$735
Avg. temperature
8ºC
-12ºC32ºC
Avg. precipitation
45mm
27 mm90 mm
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Hotels in popular neighbourhoods

  • Nove Mesto (New Town)
    Nearly 700 hundred metres long, Wenceslas Square represents the most frequent and buzzing crossroads of the city. The National Museum in the upper part of the square watches over your spending spree in countless shops and retail stores lining the entire square, which ends at Na Příkopě, the most famous shopping street. When tired or broke, you can explore the city's underpasses, which can take you to the Old Town or to the courtyards of art nouveau houses with secret gems of greenery, white benches and rose bushes that provide unexpected peace in the midst of the city. Be sure to pay a visit to the traditional cafés, classic Czech pubs, cinemas and theatres. National Theatre near the river has a lot to offer to foreigners. Go to the river bank and enjoy live music and drinks while watching a sunset behind Prague Castle.
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  • Stare Mesto (Old Town)
    One of the oldest neighbourhoods in town represents the medieval heart of Prague. It’s no surprise it is bustling with tourists every time of day. Križovnický square, overlooking Charles Bridge with Prague Castle in the background, is probably the most beautiful square in the city. Its unique historical atmosphere of gothic houses and churches, cobblestone streets and squares, and stone towers blend together with the modern era. A vast array of bars, restaurants, dance clubs, international brand shops, galleries and hotels bring life to the old city. With its charming and picturesque cobblestone streets, the nightlife and parties will surely be unforgettable.
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  • Praha 2
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  • Florenc
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  • Praha 8
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  • Karlín
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  • Smíchov
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Hotels near the sights

  • Staromestske namesti
    The most significant square of historical Prague, it was founded in the 12th century and has been witness to many historical events. In addition to the Old Town Hall and the Church of Our Lady before Týn, the square is dominated by the Baroque Church of St Nicholas, the Rococo Kinský Palace, the Gothic House at the Stone Bell and the monument to Jan Hus. In the pavement of the square are memorial stones marking the execution of 27 Czech lords in 1621, and the Prague meridian.
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  • Charles Bridge
    Connecting the Old town with Lesser Town, this popular pedestrian bridge is filled with musicians, painters, vendors and tourists during the summertime.
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  • Prague Castle
    The largest castle in Europe contains more than seven hundred rooms.
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  • St. Vitus Cathedral
    Situated at the Prague Castle, St. Vitus Cathedral is the most important and largest church in Prague. The cathedral is the burial place of the former Czech kings and a home of the Czech Crown Jewels.
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  • Prague Zoo
    Prague Zoological Garden is situated near the center of the Czech capital, in a unique rugged landscape on the bank of the Vltava River. It opened in 1931 and during its existence of more than 80 years it has risen to become one of the most prestigious zoos in the world. Today, it is the second most visited tourist destination in the Czech Republic, just after Prague Castle. 5,049 animals and 676 species live in Prague Zoo. You can explore 13 pavilions and 150 exhibits over 58 hectares. The kids will love the Bororo Reserve, chairlift, mini-train, observation tower, paddling pool and Children’s Zoo. The pride of the zoo is its Elephant Valley, home to a sizeable herd of Asian elephants. The Giant Salamander House, where you can see the largest amphibians in the world – the critically endangered Chinese Giant Salamanders – is extraordinary as well; and the African House with an adjacent vast meadow inhabited by herds of antelopes and giraffes is worth your attention, too.
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  • Old Town Hall with Astronomical Clock
    The Old Town Hall is one of the most significant monuments in the Czech Republic. It was established in 1338 as the administrative seat for Prague's Old Town. Now, it is mainly used for the ceremonial purposes of the capital city, Prague. The historical town hall consists of a set of five medieval houses, the corner of which is adorned with a historical astronomical clock, a gothic oriel window and a massive rectangular tower. The lookout gallery on the town hall tower offers the most beautiful view of Prague. A tour of the historical halls in the Old Town Hall is a unique experience. The expensively decorated rooms date from various periods and are examples of the remarkable development of the town hall complex. The guided tours in various languages are organised in hourly intervals.
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  • Lesser Town
    One of the most historic sections of Prague, the Lesser Quarter features many Renaissance burghers' houses, baroque palaces, narrow lanes and spacious squares.
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  • Spanish Synagogue, Jewish Museum in Prague
    **This place is temporarily closed** Permanent exhibitions: The History of the Jews in Bohemia and Moravia, Part 2 This exhibition deals with the history of the Jews in the Bohemian lands from the reforms of Joseph II in the 1780s to the period after the Second World War. It highlights the gradual advancement toward greater equality and emancipation for Jews in Austria-Hungary, describes the foundation of the Czech-Jewish and Zionist movements, and profiles the most important Jewish entrepreneurs, scientists, writers, musicians and artists (including Franz Kafka, Sigmund Freud and Gustav Mahler). It also deals with the redevelopment of the Prague Jewish Town, Jewish sites of Bohemia and Moravia, and the history of the Jewish Museum in Prague. Special focus is on the Shoah of Jews from Bohemia and Moravia, and the Terezin ghetto. Synagogue Silver from Bohemia and Moravia Located on the upper floor, this permanent exhibition features a representative selection of more than 200 of the most valuable silver artefacts from the museum's collections. Most space is given over to Torah ornaments - shields, pointers, finials and crowns. Also on display are charity boxes, pitcher and basin sets for hand washing, Shabbat spice boxes, Kiddush cups, Hanukkah and Shabbat candles, and charity collection trays. The Spanish Synagogue is part of the Jewsh museum in Prague. The Spanish Synagogue is the most recent synagogue in the Prague Jewish Town. Built in 1868 for the local Reform congregation on the site of the 12th-century Altschul, which was the oldest synagogue in the Prague ghetto. It was called the Spanish Synagogue for its impressive Moorish interior design, influenced by the famous Alhambra. The building was designed by Josef Niklas and Jan Bělský, the remarkable interior (from 1882–83) by Antonín Baum and Bedřich Münzberger. František Škroup, the composer of the Czech national anthem, served as organist here in 1836-45.
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  • St Nicholas Church
    The Church of St Nicholas in Lesser Town in Prague, the most famous Baroque church in Prague, stands along with the former Jesuit college in the centre of the Lesser Town Square. It represents a magnificent example of the "Prague Baroque" period of the 18th century. W.A. Mozart himself played the organ in this church!
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  • Lobkowicz Palace
    Over 700 years of Czech and European history contained within the oldest and largest privately-owned art collection in the Czech Republic. World-famous paintings by Brueghel, Canaletto, Velazquez; ceramics spanning five centuries; and an exceptional collections of arms and armor. Other highlights include hand annotated manuscripts by many of the 17th - 19th centuries, including Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Prague hotels

Hotel Pod Veží, Hotel Clementin, and Hotel Bishop's House are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Charles Bridge. See the full list: Hotels near Charles Bridge.

Popular hotels close to Staromestske namesti include Allure Hotel Prague, Hotel Clementin, and Hotel Liberty. See the full list: Hotels near Staromestske namesti.

Popular luxury hotels in Prague include BoHo Prague Hotel, Golden Well Hotel, and Alchymist Prague Castle Suites. See the full list: Prague Luxury Hotels.

Popular hotels close to Prague-Ruzyne Airport include Courtyard by Marriott Prague Airport, Holiday Inn Prague Airport, an IHG Hotel, and Ramada by Wyndham Airport Prague. See the full list: Hotels near Prague-Ruzyne Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Prague Castle are Appia Hotel Residences, Golden Well Hotel, and Alchymist Prague Castle Suites. See the full list: Hotels near Prague Castle.

Some of the most popular pet-friendly hotels in Prague are Hotel Pod Veží, Hotel Hastal Prague Old Town, and Aparthotel City 5. See the full list: Pet Friendly Hotels in Prague.

Popular cheap hotels in Prague include Hotel Residence Agnes, Aparthotel City 5, and Miss Sophie's Charles Bridge. See the full list: Cheap Hotels in Prague.

Mosaic House Design Hotel, BoHo Prague Hotel, and Alchymist Prague Castle Suites have a spa and received excellent reviews from travellers in Prague. See the full list: Spa Resorts Prague.

Popular Prague neighbourhoods with hotels include Praha 1 (City Center), Nove Mesto (New Town), and Stare Mesto (Old Town).

Hotel Residence Agnes, Hotel Pod Veží, and BoHo Prague Hotel all received great reviews from families travelling in Prague. See the full list: Family Hotels Prague.

Hotel Residence Agnes, THE MANES Boutique Hotel Prague, and Revelton Studios Prague received great reviews from travellers looking for a romantic hotel in Prague. See the full list: Romantic Hotels Prague.