U Raka House
+420 220 511 100
Most people would expect to find a typical timbered country house like this one on the slopes of the Giant Mountains instead of near Prague Castle. This small romantic hotel has an enchanting private garden, a fireplace and a charming cafe so you always enjoy a warm welcome.
+420 222 511 826
This stylish boat hotel is moored halfway between Prague’s two castles, with ancient Šítkovská Tower on one side and the modern Dancing House on the other. It has 25 rooms, a third of which are located on the neighbouring Matylda boat, which also has a restaurant on board.
V Sadech 1
+420 224 321 278
A modern, cosy hotel in a 19th-century Art Nouveau building. The perfect base for exploring New Town and Vinohrady. They have a kitchen for guests, but you might not need it as they serve a copious all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.
Václavské náměstí 45
+420 222 822 111
A prime example of Socialist Realism. Hotel Jalta was where foreign news correspondents stayed during the Communist era and was infamous because its rooms were bugged by the secret police. The fallout shelter under the hotel now houses a Cold War Museum. Still a glamorous hotel in a very central location.