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Prague's 8 Best Hotels Off the Beaten Track

Jennifer Rigby | December 27, 2017

The city center of Prague is quite small, but there are a few properties scattered further afield which are worth a visit--particularly for those who want the "authentic" feel. We've also included a few hotels which are still very central but are somehow just around a corner or down a street that makes them feel a bit less apparent. These are the best areas to stay in Prague--just a little bit off the beaten path.


Mamaison Hotel Riverside Prague

Why it made the list

A lovely riverside view and a good bar are on offer at this business-friendly hotel, which is perched across the river from New Town in slightly in-between location.

True to its name, the Riverside is situated right above the Read More


Best Western Premier Hotel Kinsky Garden

Why it made the list

On the edge of Mala Strana, this hotel wins points for its green location, right by a park. It is well-located for public transport too, and there is a strip of stores and restaurants leading to the Smíchov district--which is great for shopping--in the opposite direction to the castle.

You could walk the mile from this hotel to Prague Castle ent Read More


Appia Hotel Residences

Why it made the list

Appia, a mix of hotel rooms and apartments, is still only a short stroll from the top sights in Mala Strana, but its location on a quiet street behind the district make it feel out-of-the-way.

A stylish hotel comprised of rooms and apartments, in a slig Read More


Prague Hotel Theatrino

Why it made the list

Located in the former city hall in trendy Žižkov, the Theatrino is a tram ride out of the center but allows for the exploration of this increasingly hip neighborhood as well as the key sights of Old Town.

This colorful, art nouveau hotel is big on character, but sh Read More


andel's by Vienna House Prague

Why it made the list

Anděl is an unsung district in Prague. Walking distance from the center (along the river), it has great shopping, a more "real-world" feel, and the Staropramen brewery. This hotel is not a bad choice if this district sounds like your kind of thing.

Right next to one of the city's best shopping malls, this si Read More


Le Palais Art Hotel Prague

Why it made the list

In a slightly uninspiring location, Le Palais provides its own inspiration with an art theme, lovely views, a glitzy bar, and a spa.

This venerable 19th-century mansion served as the home and s Read More


Carlo IV

Why it made the list

While the Boscolo is still only a short walk from Náměstí Republiky, it is on the very edge of the city center and as such belongs here. While its location is not the greatest, it keeps up with Prague's top hotels in all other respects: glamor, a cigar bar, and a gorgeous pool.

Dripping with glamour, this mammoth 19th-century neoclassica Read More


Hotel 16

Why it made the list

This friendly hotel is as local and authentic as they come and is tucked away just behind New Town in the pleasant neighborhood of Vinohrady, which has plenty of bars, shops, parks and beautiful architecture in its own right.

A popular, family-run hotel in leafy Vinohrady, rooms here a Read More

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