New additions to our Prague hotel guide

Prague offers plenty of allure, especially for budget travelers.

You can stroll the charming Old Town Square, observe the stunning architecture, picnic in Kampa Park — you’re never more than a stone’s throw from something fun and free or quite affordable.

The hotels are no exception. You’ll find plenty of budget hotels in Prague that are quaint, clean, friendly and packed with amenities.

Prague budget hotels: New additions to our guide

We’ve covered the budget hotel scene in Prague since we launched in 2001, and we’ve been impressed with some of the newer players that have shown up in recent years. Here are five favorites that we’ve added to our guide recently.

hotel room with large wall mural

Hotel Adler benefits from a quiet but central location.

Hotel Adler

Neighborhood: Nove Mesto
Doubles from $65

Formerly the Jerome House, the three-star Hotel Adler is a lovely, quiet hotel at the edge of Old Town. It is also just steps from the nearest metro station.

The rooms are adorned in blues and tans with large artworks to disrupt the simplicity. The private bathrooms are spacious compared to most and spotless to boot. You’ll find amenities like flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars. For the best views, be sure to ask ahead for a room with garden views.

Breakfast is served for an additional charge.

pink hotel room with frescoed ceiling

Old World charm abounds at Hotel Cerny Slon.

Hotel Cerny Slon

Neighborhood: Stare Mesto
Doubles from $88

Hotel Cerny Slon is a 4-star hotel inside a building from the 1300s. It is aptly situated near Old Town Square.

The rooms are bright — we’re talking yellow walls and yellow bedding. They are benefited by private bathrooms, minibars, free Wi-Fi and excellent views of either Ungelt or the Church of Our Lady before Týn.

There are a couple more surprises in store for you here, too, like a bar in the cellar, an on-site restaurant and a nightly rate that includes breakfast.

tan hotel room with huge windows

The Palac U Kocku is a lovely and affordable hotel in the heart of Prague.

Palac U Kocku

Neighborhood: Stare Mesto
Doubles from $77

The 3-star Palac U Kocku, which is housed in a Baroque palace, offers spacious rooms at low rates with a great location in Old Town.

The rooms feature a beige color scheme, modern decor and plenty of comforts of home, like flat-screen televisions, air conditioning in the warmer months, free Wi-Fi, coffee makers and more. If you fancy a drink, the hotel has an on-site bar, which also has a terrace for sipping away and taking in views of the city.

The nightly rate includes breakfasts; for other meals, there are many restaurants in the neighborhood.

window with flower box overlooking streets of Prague

A lovely view of Prague from the Prague Golden Age Hotel.

Prague Golden Age

Neighborhood: Stare Mesto
Doubles from $89

Prague Golden Age is a 3-star hotel nestled into a 15th-century, UNESCO-protected building in Old Town.

The rooms are rich in Old World charm, complete with Renaissance frescoes and period furnishings. Despite what might look like a trip back in time, you can still have access to modern amenities like TVs and free Wi-Fi.

The nightly rate includes breakfast, and you can enjoy the other daily meals at any of the delicious nearby restaurants. There are also plenty of historic sites to explore in the area.

hotel room with slanted ceilings with wood beams and exposed stone walls

Dolce Vita Suites Boutique is nestled within a 13th-century building.

Dolce Vita Suites Boutique

Neighborhood: Stare Mesto
Doubles from $59

Just a short walk from Prague’s Old Town Square, Dolce Vita Suites is a 4-star hotel that offers a great value on rooms. As a bonus, it is situated inside a 13th-century building.

Rooms at the Dolce Vita Suites Boutique were renovated in 2013, but the upgrades didn’t detract from the charming elements of the old building, such as exposed wood ceiling beams and stone walls. To match the renovations, the amenities are modern and include free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions and air conditioning.

As far as food is concerned, breakfast is included in the rate and there is an on-site bar for snacks and drinks. Restaurants and markets abound in the neighborhood.

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