Praha Hotel U Jezulatka, from category 4 star hotels in Prague, is located near the hotel in the church of the Virgin Mary Victorious - a destination for many pilger images. Hotel U Jezulatka offers romantic accomodation in Prague in 6 luxury rooms.
Hotel Archibald At the Charles Bridge, from category 4 star Prague hotels, is situated in Lesser Town, historical center of Prague. You will stay just a few steps from the famous Charles Bridge, part of Royal Route - path along which medieval Bohemian monarchs paraded on their way to being crowned. Hotel was completely renovated after the August floods in 2002 and was reopenned in May 2003.
Hotel U Páva Praha, from category 4 star hotels in Prague, is located in the romantic old part of Prague on Kampa Island. It is only a few steps from the famous Charles Bridge and within a walking distance from the Prague Castle and othe city sights. Hotel is also very close to the Kings Road and the underground and trams stops are just round the corner.
Hotel At the Golden Scissors Praha, from category 4 star Prague hotels, is located in an exceptionally quiet area, only a few metres from the Charles Bridge. This is a short distance from the most attractive places of interest, right in the heart of ancient Lesser Town on Kampa Island. The island is bordered by The Vltava River, and contributes to the charming scenery of the Lesser Town.
Hotel Čertovka Praha, from cateogry 4 star Prague hotels, is located in Lesser Town (Praha Mala Strana), very close to the Charles Bridge (Karluv most). The rooms have a view of the bridge, panorama of Hradčany, the Prague Castle (Prazsky hrad), and the Bridge Tower. Hotel is situated 5 minutes walk from Underground "A" station "Malostranska", 5 minutes from tram station "Malostranske namesti" and 15 minutes form "Staromestska" station.
Hotel Kampa Garden Praha, from category 3 star Prague hotels, is situated right in the heart of Prague on Kampa Island, which has been used by the people of Prague for many centuries for relaxation and for taking pleasant walks along the banks of the Vltava. In the immediate vicinity of the hotel you can find such exquisite historical buildings and construction works in Prague as Sovovy Mlýny, the Werich Villa, the Čertovka blind channel or the Charles Bridge.
Mango Hostel, Prague 1, Malá Strana, offers a fully equipped kitchen for guests to boiling food. Free linen, laundry, computer, cable TV, private bar, excellent location, attractive prices and a comfortable bed - all this gives Mango Hostel. Free wifi connection.
Praha Pension Attractive, from category 3 star prague hotel, is located in historical Prague center, on the embankment of the Vltava River next to the Charles Bridge - 100 metres from us. From the guesthouse is the most beautiful view of the royal Prague Castle, the Lesser Town, the Charles Bridge and the slopes of Petrin with the Petrin Look-out Tower. And because of its location downtown it makes possible easy access to sights of the city.
Mamaison Suite Hotel Pachtuv Palace is uniquely and centrally located on the right bank of the Vltava River, just steps away from Charles Bridge and barely five minutes from the Old Town Square. Most of Prague’s historic attractions are close by, including the National Theatre, State Opera and the Jewish Quarter. There is easy access to metro and tram public transport options.
Romantic Hotel Lokal Inn, from category 4 star hotels in Prague, is situated close proximity of the Charles Bridge and the setting – the district known as Lesser Town – conspire to create the illusion of history drawing nearer. To lodge at the Lokál Inn is to experience a striking combination of contemporary comfort and superb Czech cuisine.
Prague Hotel At the three ostriches (Hotel U tří pštrosů Praha) is 4-star luxury Prague hotel located directly in the heart of the historical centre of Prague at the famous Charles Bridge (Karluv Most Praha) and in the immediate vicinity of the other distinguished Prague sights. A beautiful renaissance house from 1597 is situated in place of original middle-age pub, which was frequently visited by Charles IV, the Czech king and Holy Roman Emperor, when he watched the construction works on the gothic stone bridge in the 14 century.