There is no scarcity of accommodation in Prague. In the past few years, the city has experienced growth in terms of the construction of new hotels, youth hostels, apartment rentals, pensions, etc. If you have a limited budget, but still want to have a great experience, a pension may be the right accommodation for you.
Pensions in Prague are often referred to as “bed and breakfasts” or even “residence” and they offer a combination of bed and breakfast and hotel.
Pension houses can give you nice ambiance and a more personal service compared to more expensive hotels. Pensions usually have a bar and/or restaurant in the building. Breakfast is also usually included. Here are our picks for the top Prague pensions:
Dum U Velke Boty
Dum U Velke Boty (House at the Boot) is a delightfully and charming family-owned pension. Built before 1669, this pension is located a few minutes’ walk from Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. It is found in the center of the city, but it is quiet and romantic. Dum U Velke Boty is certainly one of the most charming and one of the best accommodations in Prague. Rates: 1800 – 3300 CZK per night. Breakfast is 200 CZK/person. Location: Vlašská 30/333, 118 00, Prague 1, Malá Strana (Little Quarter).
Green Garland Pension
The charming Green Garland Pension has a relaxing atmosphere with a really good location. Located a stone throw away from Old Town Square and Charles Bridge, the building itself dates from 1357. It has great ambiance, with lovely sunny rooms. The street is quiet, so you will have a peaceful stay. Rates: 1800 – 3300 CZK per night. Breakfast is included. Location: Retezová 10, 110 00, Prague 1, Staré Město (Old Town). Metro: Staroměstka or Narodní Třída.
Pension U Lilie
The family-owned Pension U Lilie is one of the best Prague pensions. You can get here by foot from Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and the Royal Route. This pension features 15 modest rooms and 2 excellent suites. The rooms are very comfortable. It also has a restaurant that serves delicious Czech cuisine and nice beer at very reasonable. Rates: 2000 – 3600 CZK per night. Breakfast included. Location: Liliová 15, 110 00, Prague 1, Stare Mesto (Old Town). Metro: Staroměstka or Narodní Třída.
You could consider Dahlia Inn as a pension, inn, or boutique hotel. But whatever the label is, it is a breath of fresh air. The best thing is that it will not suck your wallet or credit card dry. It is near the sparkling Wenceslas Square, not to mention the convenient transportation connections. Rates: 975 – 2100 CZK per night. Location: Lípová 1444/20, 120 00, Praha 2, Nové Město (New Town). Metro: Muzeum.
Merlin Pension is also one of the best pensions in Prague. It features various eclectic and comfortable rooms. If you have a number of companions and willing to spend extra money, choose big double or triple rooms that have private bathrooms. If you are on extreme budget, go for cheaper rooms that have a shared bathroom. Merlin Pension also has lovely single rooms. Rates: from 1190 CZK per night for 2 people. Location: Gorazdova 22, 120 00, Praha 2, Nové Město (New Town). Metro: Karlovo Naměsti.
There is no scarcity of in Prague. In the past few years, the city has experienced growth in terms of the construction of new If you have a limited budget, but still want to have a great experience, a pension may be the right accommodation for you.