Prague is one of the most visited cities in Europe, providing many different options in accommodation and restaurants to those looking for luxury. Prague is a city with a rich history and a lot of hotels are housed in historical buildings with unique decoration and atmosphere you will not find anywhere else in the world.
If you wish to see the historical part of Prague, it is best to choose luxury hotels in the centre of the Old Town in Prague 1. It can be quite tricky to drive a car in the city centre as there are a lot of pedestrian areas. It is therefore helpful to be informed in advance about the possibilities of parking and arriving to the hotel by car.
Praguehere.com has made its own list of recommended luxury hotels, based on independent rankings of hotel guests. The overall appearance of each hotel is also evaluated. Each hotel listed here is different, with a unique style, tradition, history, and provides high-quality services.
The best hotels are often fully booked due to the large number of visitors coming to Prague. We, therefore, recommend making reservations well in advance, especially during the high season.
Complete list of luxury hotels in Prague on website Booking.com
Stepanska 40, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
(204 rooms and suites) 5-star hotel located in the centre of the Old Town, 100 metres away from Wenceslas Square. The hotel was first opened in 1932 and features an art deco style. There are two high-class restaurants and a stylish lobby bar. One of the Alcron restaurants has regularly won a Michelin star.
Veleslavínova 2a/1098 , Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
(320 rooms and suites) This luxury hotel belongs to the Four Seasons chain and is located directly in the historic part of Prague on the riverside of Vltava with a magnificent view of the Charles Bridge and the Prague Castle. The hotel consists of three historical buildings and one modern building. Each part of the hotel features a different interior. There is also a restaurant called Cotto Crudo which offers mainly Italian cuisine.
U Obecniho Domu 3, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
(137 rooms and apartments) This luxury hotel is housed in a neo-renaissance building in the centre of the Old Town at Náměstí Republiky with a view of city buildings. The hotel has a convenient location close to historical sightseeing and is also in the centre of a prestigious commercial area. In the hotel you will find a top-class spa, a brasserie with a terrace which is opened all year and a Vodka Lobby Bar.
Parizska 30, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
(372 rooms and suites) This hotel is located in the city centre on Pařížská street, the most famous and prestigious shopping street in the Czech Republic. Historical sights and culture are within easy reach. The hotel building combines architecture from the ´70s with modern furnishings. There is a very popular panorama restaurant Zlatá Praha, providing a magnificent view of the historic part of Prague.
Male Namesti 4/138, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
(94 rooms and suites) The hotel is located in the oldest historic region of Prague in a pedestrian area. The most visited historical sights are within easy reach. When you arrive at this hotel it is necessary to park the car in the underground garage which is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. These hotel buildings have a very long and rich history and preserved decorations.
Na Poříčí 42, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic
(293 rooms and suites) This luxury hotel was first opened in 2014 and features a modern interior. It is located on the outskirts of the historic part of Prague, very close to the train and bus stations. The metro and tram station Florenc is directly in front of the hotel. Thanks to its location it can provide ideal accommodation for a longer stay to those discovering Prague and its surroundings.
Na Poříčí 15, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic
(126 rooms and suites) Hotel Imperial is located in the Prague centre in an impressive art deco building with a historical interior. The hotel rooms are equipped with cubist furniture. The entire hotel has an atmosphere of the First Republic era. Wenceslas Square and the Old Town Square are only a 10-minute walk. There is a metro station close to the hotel, as well as the shopping centre Palladium. In the hotel´s ground floor there is a restaurant named Café Imperial whose chef is the well-known Czech TV gastronomy celebrity, Zdeněk Pohlreich.