Prague Accommodation Guide: Hotels Apartments Hostels Campsites

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Hotel & Apartment Accommodation In Prague

The general standard of the accommodation in Prague hotels and apartments puts many other European cities to shame. Hygiene is of paramount importance here and this is very evident in serviced apartments which often are amongst the best in Europe.

Hotels In Prague

Price-wise hotels are reasonably priced compared with other cities in Europe though those on and very close to Wenceslas Square are often a little on the high side in local terms.   

Prague Hotels & Flats

Apartments In Prague

Serviced apartments booked through local agencies are generally very competitive and can represent better value for two or more people.

Apartments booked direct with the landlord may not offer the range of kitchen utensils that visitors from western Europe are accustomed to. In Prague there are  over a dozen Tesco’s for those who are self catering where the range of vegetables is impressive but tea and coffee is expensive – though guests should note these generally close at 8pm weekdays. One basic downside of all accommodation seems to be the poor quality of the loo paper.

 Quality Apartments Accommodation In Downtown Central Prague

Long established a apartments In Prague include the Amorals Accommodation agency which offers quality rental apartments in central downtown and suburban Prague. When euromost visited their Stupartská street apartments, ( just two minutes walk from the Old town Square and five minutes from Wenceslas Square in the New Town) it was easy to understand the reason for their motto ‘You come as a client and leave as a friend’.

The business is managed by two life long friends Olga & Marta (who claim to be in their 40s but seem to be much younger) supported by by their sons and daughters. They all have very ‘humanistic’ qualities coupled with an understanding of the meaning of excellence and service. Euromost researchers are well travelled and have made numerous trips to Prague and few accommodation agencies have the personal touch that Amoreal has.Like many apartment agencies in Prague they offer Airport transfers but their charges are minimal in relative terms and thankfully their driver does not disappear whilst you wait for your luggage hoping that it is not on its way back to the airport you left from

Their nine apartments in Stupartská street offer visitors the choice of a studio flat, one bedroom apartments, two bedroom apartments, three bedroom apartments and four bedroom apartments. They are accessible by lift or stairs, spotlessly clean and very spacious with high ceilings.

All their  apartments are centrally situated and are comfortable and well furnished, especially in respect of the bedrooms and the kitchens which have plenty of cutlery – resources that many apartments are not abundantly blessed with. There is also a minibar in the fridge. Some apartments have small balconies .

Amoreal also have apartments in Wenceslas Square and a few kilometres away in Vinohrady. Vinohrady is much quieter than central Prague but it has to be said that it has several intimate and relaxed bars and more restaurants than most suburbs. Amoreal website

Hostels In Prague

The Apple Hostel at Králodvorská 16 Prague 1 (in the Old Town) Telephone (420) 22 423 1050 is thought by many to be the cheapest hostel in Prague. website

The Golden Sickle Hostel at Vodickova 10 Prage 1 (close to Wenceslas Square) Telephone (420) 22 223 0773 offers accommodation from around €10 per night. The staff here have a reputation for being helpful and well informed. Plenty of good facilities  website:

The Old Prague Hostel at Benediktska 2 Praha 1 (close to the Old Town Square) Telephone (420) 22 482 9058 has a reputation for better than average accommodation and facilities at prices that backpackers can afford. website:

Camping & Campsites In Prague

Camp Sokol at Trojska 171A, 171 00 Prague 7 Telephone (420) 233 542 908, is a small but dependable all round year campsite catering for backpackers cyclists and motorists with or without caravans etc. It has space for tents as well as offering over 30 rooms. Popular with discerning European campers especially the Danish and the Dutch. website:

The Dzban campsite at Nad Lavkou 5, 160 05 Praha 6 is about 3.5 km northwest of central downtown Prague is a campsite offering bedroom accommodation and caravan space. It can easily accommodate several hundred people. Extensive range of sports facilities plus a shop and at least two restaurants. website.

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