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Karlův most
O2 Arena
Václavské náměstí

How much are hotels near Karlův most?

If you’re looking for a hotel in Prague near Karlův most then you are in luck. momondo recommends 12 hotels near Karlův most and on average, area hotels cost 170 C$/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Karlův most are typically 50% more expensive than the average hotel in Prague, which is 84 C$.

Hotels near Karlův most
Majestic Plaza Hotel Prague
Best value
Majestic Plaza Hotel Prague
8.9
54 C$
Hotel Hoffmeister
#1 Most popular
Hotel Hoffmeister
8.8
82 C$
The President
#2 Most popular
The President
8.9
142 C$
La Ballerina Hotel
#3 Most popular
La Ballerina Hotel
9.3
181 C$
Hotel Kinsky Garden
#4 Most popular
Hotel Kinsky Garden
8.0
120 C$
Grand Hotel Bohemia
#5 Most popular
Grand Hotel Bohemia
9.2
72 C$
Residence Bologna
Residence Bologna
8.4
56 C$
Alcron Hotel Prague
Alcron Hotel Prague
9.4
103 C$
Eurostars Thalia
Eurostars Thalia
8.9
80 C$
Mosaic House Design Hotel
Mosaic House Design Hotel
9.6
78 C$
Hotel Rott
Hotel Rott
9.1
104 C$
Michelangelo Grand Hotel
Michelangelo Grand Hotel
8.9
969 C$

How much are hotels near O2 Arena?

The average price for hotels near O2 Arena is 41 C$ per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 12 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since O2 Arena is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near O2 Arena are typically 52% less expensive than the average hotel in Prague, which is 84 C$.

Hotels near O2 Arena
Hotel Inturprag
Best value
Hotel Inturprag
6.8
23 C$
Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
#1 Most popular
Clarion Congress Hotel Prague
8.9
78 C$
Hotel Relax Inn
#2 Most popular
Hotel Relax Inn
6.9
33 C$
Wellness Hotel Step
#3 Most popular
Wellness Hotel Step
8.5
50 C$
Ea Hotel Jasmín
#4 Most popular
Ea Hotel Jasmín
6.9
32 C$
Hotel Carol
#5 Most popular
Hotel Carol
8.6
49 C$
Hotel Aréna
Hotel Aréna
8.7
47 C$
Hotel Pivovar
Hotel Pivovar
8.7
45 C$
Esprit
Esprit
9.7
32 C$
Visitinn
Visitinn
33 C$
Hotel Harfa
Hotel Harfa
8.1
42 C$
Hostel Bohemia
Hostel Bohemia
6.8
24 C$

How much are hotels near Václavské náměstí?

If you’re looking for a hotel in Prague near Václavské náměstí then you are in luck. momondo recommends 12 hotels near Václavské náměstí and on average, area hotels cost 86 C$/night. This price may vary based on season. Hotels near Václavské náměstí are typically 1% more expensive than the average hotel in Prague, which is 84 C$.

Hotels near Václavské náměstí
K+k Hotel Fenix
Best value
K+k Hotel Fenix
8.4
45 C$
Grandior Hotel Prague
#1 Most popular
Grandior Hotel Prague
8.9
65 C$
Grandium Hotel Prague
#2 Most popular
Grandium Hotel Prague
8.8
69 C$
Art Deco Imperial Hotel
#3 Most popular
Art Deco Imperial Hotel
9.1
81 C$
Grand Majestic Hotel Prague
#4 Most popular
Grand Majestic Hotel Prague
8.8
59 C$
Jalta Boutique Hotel
#5 Most popular
Jalta Boutique Hotel
8.0
94 C$
La Ballerina Hotel
La Ballerina Hotel
9.3
181 C$
Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague
Cosmopolitan Hotel Prague
9.2
89 C$
Majestic Plaza Hotel Prague
Majestic Plaza Hotel Prague
8.9
54 C$
Grand Hotel Bohemia
Grand Hotel Bohemia
9.2
72 C$
Hotel Ambiance
Hotel Ambiance
8.0
68 C$
Hotel Kings Court
Hotel Kings Court
9.1
152 C$

Popular neighbourhoods in Prague

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Hotel Stary Pivovar
Best value
Hotel Stary Pivovar
7.1
45 C$
Vienna House Andel's Prague
#1 Most popular
Vienna House Andel's Prague
9.0
75 C$
Hotel Angelis
#2 Most popular
Hotel Angelis
8.6
54 C$
City Garden Apartments & Wellness
#3 Most popular
City Garden Apartments & Wellness
7.0
62 C$
Prague Apartment Plzenska 50
#4 Most popular
Prague Apartment Plzenska 50
76 C$
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Dream Hostel Prague
Best value
Dream Hostel Prague
9.0
25 C$
The President
#1 Most popular
The President
8.9
142 C$
Nobles manor under The Castle
#2 Most popular
Nobles manor under The Castle
56 C$
Adria Hotel Prague
#3 Most popular
Adria Hotel Prague
8.2
69 C$
Hotel Rott
#4 Most popular
Hotel Rott
9.1
104 C$
All Seasons House
#5 Most popular
All Seasons House
7.4
189 C$
Hotels in Old Town
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Old Town Square Apartments
Best value
Old Town Square Apartments
8.4
55 C$
Hotel Leonardo Prague
#1 Most popular
Hotel Leonardo Prague
8.8
67 C$
Four Seasons Hotel Prague
#2 Most popular
Four Seasons Hotel Prague
9.1
454 C$
Oldtown Square Cape
#3 Most popular
Oldtown Square Cape
8.4
103 C$
St.Havel Residence
#4 Most popular
St.Havel Residence
8.6
78 C$
Hotels in Malá Strana
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Little Quarter Hostel and Hotel
Best value
Little Quarter Hostel and Hotel
9.0
11 C$
Red Lion
#1 Most popular
Red Lion
9.2
86 C$
Artisan Apartments
#2 Most popular
Artisan Apartments
9.0
63 C$
The Golden Wheel
#3 Most popular
The Golden Wheel
8.6
55 C$
Royal View Apartments
#4 Most popular
Royal View Apartments
67 C$
Merchant Rooms & Apartments
#5 Most popular
Merchant Rooms & Apartments
8.5
59 C$

When to book a hotel in Prague

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Low Season
April
High Season
February

cheapest month to stay

28%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

26%

expected price increase

Price
116 C$ - 212 C$
Highest day of week
Wednesday
Cheapest day of week
Sunday

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weeknight)

156 C$

avg. price over the last two weeks

avg. price over the last two weeks

Average price (weekend night)

127 C$

avg. price over the last two weeks

Cheapest time to book
The cheapest time to book hotels in Prague is: 1-2 star, on the same day that your stay begins. 3 star, 14 days before. 4-5 star, 19 days before.
1-2 star
48 C$ - 58 C$
3 star
86 C$ - 96 C$
4-5 star
160 C$ - 166 C$

Prague travel tips

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Best time to visit Prague

Prague experiences chilly winters and cool summers. The largest influx of tourists is during the dry summer months from June – August, when average temperatures range from 10 – 20 degrees Celsius. If you wish to avoid the crowds, visit during the beautiful spring months from March – May, when hotels are reasonably priced, and large tourist crowds are yet to arrive in the city. Remember to dress in layers since there is a cool breeze, and average temperatures remain around 5 – 10 degrees Celsius. With almost similar weather conditions, you can also consider visiting Prague between September – October at the end of the peak tourist season. If you can brave the chilly winter temperatures ranging from minus 5 – plus 5 degrees Celsius, plan your visit between November – February. You may find excellent deals and discounts on travel and accommodation.

Getting around Prague

Many of the popular tourist attractions in Prague are clustered in a compact walkable area within the Prague 1 district, and can be easily explored on foot. To get around in the rest of the city, you can rely on Prague’s well-developed public transport system, including metro (subway), trams, and buses. A basic adult fare for Prague Metro costs 32.00 CZK, and allows unlimited travel up to 90 minutes. A 24-hour pass costs 110.00 CZK. While there are plenty of tram lines running through the city, you will most likely use the line no. 22 or 23 which stops along the popular tourist attractions. If you wish to travel to the outskirts of the city, or to and from the airport, use the city’s bus network. Taxis are easily available but are not metered. Look for official taxis that have a yellow roof lamp, and agree on a price with the driver before getting into the vehicle. With expensive parking and narrow roads, it is best if you can avoid driving in Prague. However, if you plan to explore the areas outside of the city, then consider renting a vehicle. Look for great deals on car rentals with momondo.


How much does a hotel in Prague, Czech Republic cost per night?

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2 stars and below
Czech Inn
#1 most popular
Czech Inn
8.7
17 C$
Plus Prague Hostel
#2 most popular
Plus Prague Hostel
8.2
20 C$
Hostel Fontána
Best value
Hostel Fontána
6.6
10 C$
3 stars
Vysehrad Hotel
#1 most popular
Vysehrad Hotel
7.4
67 C$
Hotel Merkur
#2 most popular
Hotel Merkur
9.1
50 C$
Hotel Relax Inn
Best value
Hotel Relax Inn
6.9
33 C$
4 stars and above
The President
#1 most popular
The President
8.9
142 C$
Assenzio
#2 most popular
Assenzio
8.3
62 C$
Hotel Augustus et Otto
Best value
Hotel Augustus et Otto
8.0
34 C$

Cheap hotels in Prague

These hotels and hostels are the cheapest accommodations available in Prague, Czech Republic
Hostel Fontána
Hostel Fontána
6.6
10 C$
Little Quarter Hostel and Hotel
Little Quarter Hostel and Hotel
9.0
11 C$
Sir Toby's Hostel
Sir Toby's Hostel
8.7
11 C$
Branik Garden
Branik Garden
15 C$
Hostel Rosemary
Hostel Rosemary
8.0
11 C$
Hostel Dakura
Hostel Dakura
8.2
16 C$

Get the best value hotel in Prague

These Prague hotels have the best prices for their ratings
Corinthia Hotel Prague
Corinthia Hotel Prague
8.2
72 C$
Hotel Don Giovanni Prague
Hotel Don Giovanni Prague
8.7
46 C$
Grandior Hotel Prague
Grandior Hotel Prague
8.9
65 C$
Czech Inn
Czech Inn
8.7
17 C$
Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
Art Nouveau Palace Hotel
8.9
85 C$
Plus Prague Hostel
Plus Prague Hostel
8.2
20 C$

Where to stay in Prague

Best places to stay in Prague

Dating back to A.D. 870, the fascinating city of Prague has withstood numerous natural and political disasters, and is today a bustling tourist attraction. The city’s narrow cobbled streets, hilltop castle, statue-lined bridges and historic churches, along with its abundant natural beauty, create a scene straight out of a fairy tale. As per Prague’s ‘old district system’, the city is divided into 10 numbered districts with various neighbourhoods within. Choose your Prague accommodation in one of these neighbourhoods.

Prague 1 – Lesser Town / Malá Strana

Situated along the banks of Vltava River, tucked beneath the Prague Castle, Malá Strana is the historic castle district. This is a great location for first-time visitors who wish to enjoy a laid-back and tranquil atmosphere while being part of the historic city centre. Stay in the modern, comfortable rooms of Design Hotel Naruda, an upscale hotel set in a simple townhouse, just an 8-minute walk from Prague Castle. For luxury accommodation, consider the Mandarin Oriental, Prague, a modern retreat nestled in the quiet, cobbled streets of the picturesque Malá Strana.

Prague 1 – Old Town / Staré Město

This is the liveliest and most touristic part of old Prague. If you want to be at the center of all the action, then Old Town is where you should stay. Just steps from the Old Town Square, you can treat yourself to a luxurious stay at the Iron Gate Hotel & Suites, set in a 14th-century building, and featuring elegant rooms and suites adorned in traditional frescoes. For a mid-range budget option, consider the cozy rooms with antique furnishings at Hotel U Tří Bubnů, a quaint hotel set in a 15th-century building within a short walk from the Old Town square and the nearest metro.

Prague 2, 3 and 10 – Vinohrady & Žižkov

Slightly further away from the main tourist attractions, these areas exude a hipster vibe and are popular amongst young travellers. Right on the Vltava River, you have the Boat Hotel Matylda, a unique boat hotel that features warmly-decorated rooms with wood-paneled walls. Just a 9-minute walk from the lively 14th-century Wenceslas Square, you can consider the Art-Deco styled rooms of Ankora Hotel Prague. The panoramic windows on the 7th and 8th floor of the hotel offer breathtaking views of Prague Castle, Petřín Tower and the famous red roofs across Prague city.

Prague 8 – Karlín

Karlín is a calm and quiet neighbourhood with a bunch of excellent cafés and eateries. To live like the locals and experience the authentic Prague lifestyle, choose your accommodation in this area. Stay in attractively designed rooms and suites in Hotel Alwyn, a 7-minute walk from the nearest metro station. In Karlín’s business district, amid a range of restaurants and cafés, consider the comfortable and stylish accommodation of Galerie Royale Hotel.

Prague 5 – Smíchov

The riverside neighbourhood of Smíchov is a busy and bustling area that is home to some of the largest shopping centres, and is well connected with the city centre. The prime commercial and entertainment centre of this neighborhood is called Anděl. Enjoy a comfortable stay and quality service in the unique, luxurious ambience of the Red and Blue Design Hotel Prague. The fully renovated hotel offers 52 rooms, half of which are designed in red, and the other half in blue. Steps away from the Anděl metro station, you have the Vienna House Andel’s Prague hotel that stands out for its modern glass-fronted design and architecture. The hotel is surrounded by trendy shops and restaurants, and features bright, simply furnished rooms, with state-of-the-art amenities.

Prague 7 – Holešovice

The Holešovice neighbourhood is home to some of the best museums, art galleries, and Prague’s largest park, Stromovka. In a quiet, residential neighbourhood behind Letna Park, you have Art Hotel Praha that provides a cozy atmosphere, and relaxed rooms filled with original pieces of art.

Cheap hotels in Prague

Prague has a wide range of accommodation options to choose from, and it is not difficult to find cheap hotels in practically every neighbourhood within the city. In Malá Strana, just a minute’s walk from the nearest tram station, you have Hotel William, a cozy place to stay close to the Petřín Tower. In the heart of Old Town, just steps from Charles Bridge, stay in simple rooms and suites at the Residence Bologna Prague hotel. In Žižkov, near the JZP metro station, you can look at Residence La Fenice, a family-run hotel with warmly decorated rooms featuring antique furnishing and wood flooring. A 5-minute walk from Anděl metro station, amid the shops and restaurants in this area, you can stay at the ibis Praha Malá Strana Hotel. For hostel accommodation, check out Prague Square Hostel, located on a bustling cobbled street, just steps away from the Old Town Square.


What to do in Prague

Prague is home to some of the most picturesque landmarks in Europe. The city is steeped in history, and reflects the traditional Czech culture. To experience this enduring Gothic spectacle, your Prague itinerary is sure to be packed with gleaming spires and façades of every architectural era. Add to that an exploration of the music, dance, culture and cuisine, and you may feel that a single trip is not sufficient to truly experience the Czech capital. If you are visiting Prague for the first time, here are some attractions that you should not miss.

  • Admire the beautiful architecture, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of the 12th-century Old Town square (Staromestské námestí), the city’s original marketplace. Get a bird’s eye view of the city from the Old Town Hall tower. Click postcard-worthy pictures against the Prague Astronomical Clock.
  • Walk across the historic Charles Bridge (Karlův most) that is lined with 30 ornate statues, and runs across the Vltava river connecting Old Town (Staré Město) to Lesser Town (Malá Strana).
  • Take a guided tour of the Prague Castle which has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Within the castle complex, admire the combined Neo-Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque styling details of the St. Vitus Cathedral (Chrám svatého Víta) that dates back to about 925 A.D.
  • In Lesser Town (Malá Strana), visit St. Nicholas Church (Chrám svatého Mikuláse) for its stunning Baroque-style architecture along with Europe’s largest frescoes and classical sculptures. A large organ with over 4,000 pipes that was once played by Mozart, is housed in this church.
  • Watch an opera or ballet at the National Theatre (Národní divadlo).
  • Take Instagram-worthy pictures against the bizarrely-designed structure of ‘Dancing House’, a nickname given to the Nationale Nederlanden building which has become an integral part of Prague’s architecture.
  • Wander around the Jewish Quarter (Josefov) to see the one-of-its-kind Old Jewish Cemetery, and several other sites such as the Spanish Synagogue, and the Old New Synagogue.
  • Check out a large medieval art collection at the National Gallery in Prague, located in Convent of Saint Agnes, the oldest Gothic compound in Old Town.
  • Learn about Prague’s rich history at The City of Prague Museum, and later head to the Museum of Communism to see exhibits giving an account of the post–World War II Communist regime in Czechoslovakia.

Prague travel information

How long do people stay in Prague?

4 nights is the typical length of stay for people visiting Prague.

How much does a hotel cost in Prague?

Hotels in Prague show a range of prices for their rooms. These are determined by factors such as availability, locale and amenities. On average, rooms will be around 78 C$ per night.

When is the best time to book a hotel in Prague?

April is the cheapest month to book a hotel in Prague. Prices can be 27% lower than other, busier months, so this is a great time to get a good deal.

Which day is cheapest to stay in Prague?

Room prices for hotels in Prague will be at their lowest on Saturday and peak on Tuesday.

How much does a hostel in Prague cost?

Hostels in Prague (including hotels rated 2 stars and below) cost 20 C$ per person, per night on average. This is 58 C$ per night cheaper than the average cost of hotels in Prague.


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