STAY: Top 5 Hotels to Rest and Relax in Prague

G2G stamp logo Prague NEWIf you’re looking for a mainstream hotel chain, you won’t find it on our list. We have a useful combination of five to three-star boutique hotels. From historical and classic palaces to modern boutiquey options, each is stylish in its own way. 
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1. Boscolo Prague, Autograph Collection 

$$$$ Senovazne Namesti,13, Prague, 11000 Czech Republic (mapwebsite)

Also known as the Boscolo Carlo IV hotel, this 5-star luxury comes with a one-of-a-kind, gorgeous mosaic-bottom swimming pool. The neoclassical palace carries a sense of mystery, even the scent upon entering whiffs of earthy timber! You’ll see beautiful marbles providing a majestic setting, not to mention a classic Cigar Bar. If you’re looking for an elegant experience in Prague, Boscolo is your unique and ideal choice and worth every penny.

Boscolo Prague Hotel czech republic

2. Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace Prague

$$$$ Legerova 75/57, 110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic ‎ (mapwebsite)

Pachtuv Palace Prague was once Mozart’s home and former residence of Earl Karel Pachta. It has 50 extravagantly decorated rooms and suites. The best part about this quiet hotel: it’s the closest to Charles Bridge and Prague’s town center. It has a tranquil courtyard where you can enjoy a lovely meal, and many rooms come with beautiful views of the river or of the Prague Castle. If you’re looking for a peaceful, luxurious hotel with originality, Pachtuv Palace is where you need to be!

Pachtuv Palace Prague hotel Czech

3. Hotel Maximilian

$$$$ Haštalská 752/14  110 00 Prague 1, Czech Republic (mapwebsite)

But, If you’re looking for a boutique hotel, more upscale than the average and not as expensive as a 5-star, then Hotel Maximilian is a wonderful option. There’s a story with the goldfish at the reception, apparently it grants 3 wishes for the guests. The location is wonderful, near the Jewish Quarter with beautiful shops and boutiques nearby. Maximilian carries a modern and contemporary vibe, equipped with WiFi, and necessary technical amenities.

Hotel Maximilian Prague Czech Republic

4. Perla Hotel

$$$$ Perlová 412/1  110 00 Praha, Czech Republic (mapwebsite)

Perla Hotel has four stars in the center of Prague with a design and boutiquey style. Guests who has stayed here vow they would stay here again. It has all the basic amenities, with free WiFi and the hotel is walking distance to most monuments in Prague. Each room is clean and room rates are absolutely affordable (just above or below 100 euros/night, depending on the season.) This is a high recommendation on our list!

Perla Hotel Prague Czech

5. K&K Hotel Central

$$$$ Hybernská 1001/10  110 00 Praha, Czech Republic (mapwebsite)

The K+K Hotels Group was founded in 1961 by brothers Josef and Helmut Koller. It is one of Austria’s leading hotel groups with locations in: London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, Budapest, Prague and Bucharest. You can rely on K&K Hotel Central to be modern with just enough style to be considered luxurious, yet rates are quite affordable! It’s perfect for business travelers or tourists who don’t want to shell out all their cash on hotels but would prefer something more than a 3-star European boutique option. Location is also great – walkable distance to the astronimical clock and Old Town Hall!

K&K Hotel Central Prague Czech

ALSO IN GUIDE TO GETAWAY – PRAGUE:

EAT: Top 5 Places to Get Your Grub On

DRINK: Top 5 Pubs and Bars to “Czech” Out

SEE: Top 5 Must-Dos in Prague

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