Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic is a beautiful city overflowing with history and culture. A popular destination for tourists, there are ample cheap Prague hotels that don’t compromise quality for the budget minded.
For its magnificent views of Old Town, stay at Residence Uvoz, a modern hotel where the guests are their main focus. Located in Praha 1, on the doorstep of restaurants, shopping and the city’s main attractions including Prague Castle. An architectural masterpiece that’s been evolving since the foundation was first laid in the 9th century, current home of the president, it was then the palace of the Kings of Bohemia.
For a contemporary experience on the edge of Praha 1’s historical hub, the four-star Red & Blue Design Hotel Prague offers luxuriously outfitted rooms, including double glazed windows for the quiet you’ll need after a day of sightseeing. Staying here you’ll only be at an eight-minute walk distance from Charles Bridge, a 600 year old art masterpiece adorned with sculptures of Saints and with two imposing towers at both ends.
In Praha 2, rests the Wenceslas Design Residence. While staying at this four-star hotel you will be indulged with their clean modern design and facilities, which includes international channels on your flat screen TV. But why sit in your room when you’re only a ten-minute walk from Wenceslas Square? Named after “Good King Wenceslas” and beautiful during the day and night, you can enjoy shopping, eating or soak in the atmosphere. The National Museum and Prague State Opera are also here.
If you like to stay somewhere a little remote, but with easy access to attractions you’ll love the budget hotel Central Hotel & Residence Tiepolo in Praha 5. It’s near the metro and a mere 15-minute walk to sightseeing. Well-equipped rooms for up to five people allow you to self-cater, if you wish. An absolute must-see while in Prague, just beyond Charles Bridge is Old Town Square midst an abundance of churches and varied architectural styles you’ll find the Astronomical Clock on the side of Old Town Hall.
About twenty minutes from Prague’s center is the Hotel Stary Pivovar. Once an old brewery, it was built in the 12th century and a protected landmark. They are more than happy to make your stay more pleasant by booking your day trips around the city. While being a little further out, it’s easily accessible to the highway, airport and city center.