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Prague is the capital city of Czech Republic. One of the most prominent features of this city is that it has the Vltava River running through it. The city has also been called “the City of a Hundred Spires” because of the prominent architectural feature wherein most of the buildings and monuments end with a spire. One of the most popular locations in the city is the Old Town Square which is the heart of the historical district in Prague and it’s replete with baroque buildings, and monuments left behind from centuries ago. There are also several Gothic churches in the area. One of the other most popular landmarks in the city is the Astronomical Clock which features an animated show every hour on the clock. Another popular tourist attraction in the city is the Charles Bridge, which has been standing since 1402. While there are a lot of hotels in Prague, you should ideally find one that’s well connected to the rest of the main tourist attractions. In this article, I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 4-star hotels in Prague.

 


# 1

Romantik Hotel U Raka

Romantik Hotel U Raka is located in the Prague Castle District, and even though it’s a city hotel, it’s still extremely rustic and set up in the countryside. You’ll have to climb up the river quite a bit to get here. However, if you want a 4-star hotel surrounded by nature, in a quiet and solitary part of the city, this is the ideal choice for you. One of the best locational advantages of being here is that the popular Prague Castle is just an 8-minute walk away. Furthermore, the streets in the area are paved with cobblestones and that paints a wonderfully Romantic aesthetic, almost as if you were transported back in time. If you’re worried about transportation, you can rest assured that the nearest tram stop at Pohorelec is a short 5-minute walk away. The hotel has been established over the remnants of a series of cottages that resided here. Those cottages were renovated and refurbished in the late 1980s and turned into this hotel. As such, this hotel also feels quite authentic in its history. The hotel comes with a nice garden featuring several tables under the shade of trees. There’s an old well on the site as well. If you have any questions about traveling, the reception is always keen to help. There are six rooms in the hotel, and as might be expected, they feel natural and cottage-like. The walls are made of bricks, there’s a lot of wrought ironwork in place, and wooden furniture. The paintings lining the walls also feed into the romance of a rustic life. The flat-screen TV almost feels out of place in this bucolic cottage. You get served complimentary breakfast in the snack room, or you can have it served in the room as well. It comprises eggs and sparkling wine.


 


# 2

The Nicholas Hotel

The Nicholas Hotel is a small and intimate 4-star hotel located in the center of Mala Strana and is right next to the popular baroque-style Church of St Nicholas. Other popular tourist attractions in close proximity are the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle. The latter of these is located about 10 minutes uphill. The tram stop is also right outside the hotel and as such you’re perfectly connected to the rest of the city. Regardless of that, this neighborhood is in one of the prime tourist areas, and as such, there’s plenty of attractions, cafes, restaurants, and clubs around here. This hotel has been established on the upper floor of what was once a Rococo palace back in the 1700s. As such, the hotel still holds on to that piece of heritage by retaining certain key aspects of the aesthetics, such as the wooden doors, timber beams, vaulted ceilings, etc. However, it has been updated with the introduction of modern amenities and furnishings. The reception area in the hotel merely comprises a desk and a sofa, however, the staff is always willing to help in any way possible, and they can make all your reservations and bookings for you. A good example of their hospitality is that they offer a glass of wine to all guests who come in. There are nine rooms in the hotel, out of which several of them are suites. The rooms are luxuriously decorated with parquet flooring and furniture. They are also quite spacious, feature a fully-equipped kitchenette, and a minibar stocked with snacks and drinks. The bathrooms are equally luxurious and stylish, and if you get one of the advanced suites, you also get a soaking tub with your shower. The windows offer a view of the surrounding rooftops, so it’s not much of a view. However, they are soundproofed so that the noise of traffic can’t get through.


 


# 3

Aurus

Aurus is a 4-star hotel located on Karlova street in Prague 01 neighborhood, just a short 7-minute stroll from the beach. It’s also about 500 meters from Estates Theater. Other landmarks in close vicinity are Clementinum National Library, Bethlehem Chapel, Prague Astronomical Clock, and Old Town Square, all within a 300-meter radius. As such, you can easily walk over to any of them. The rooms in the hotel are very homely, painted in off-white, with floral linen and bedsheets. The bathrooms come with separate showers and soaking tubs.


 


# 4

Residence Agnes Prague

Residence Agnes Prague is located smack right in the middle of the historic heart of the city. It’s within close distance of all the main attractions. For example, the Old Town Square is just about 600 meters away, which is just about the same distance from Jewish Quarter. There are plenty of restaurants and cafes in the neighborhood as well. The rooms in the hotel are very simply decorated, however, they’re clean and they feature plenty of natural light coming through the street-side windows. However, as a 4-star hotel, it doesn’t have a lot of amenities. It only boasts a parking space and free WiFi.


 


# 5

Hilton Prague Old Town

Hilton Prague Old Town is located in a manner so that it’s squeezed between the Old and the New Town. As such, it’s within a short walking distance of all the major tourist attractions and modern pubs, restaurants, etc. Major attractions such as the Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, etc, are just about 10 short minutes away on foot. The hotel has been designed in a classy and trendy style with marble-clad floors and walls, along with the use of mirrors with decorated and gilded frames. There are 303 rooms in the hotel and all of them are designed in a neutral color palette.


 


# 6

Fashion Dancing Hotel

Fashion Dancing Hotel is one of the most fashionable 4-star hotels in all of Prague and it offers an envious panoramic view of the city. The hotel is located right next to the river and it’s a short walking distance away from Old Town Square. The rooms in the hotel feature a clear view of the Charles Bridge and Prague Castle, both of which are just a minute or two away. This hotel is a cultural beacon in the city due to its unique and contemporary style, as it bears a facade featuring two dancers tangled into one. There are 21 rooms in the hotel and all of them come with a view.


 


# 7

Grand Hotel Praha

Grand Hotel Praha is located in the Prague 01 neighborhood, about 200 meters from Estates Theater and a kilometer away from Czech National Theater. One of the greatest locational features of the hotel is that it’s right next to the Prague Astronomical Clock. This is certainly one of the more luxurious 4-star hotels in the city as it comes with private bathrooms with a spa, a bar, an airport shuttle service, and it’s pet-friendly. The rooms in the hotel are designed in a classical style.


 


# 8

Hotel Pod Vezi

Hotel Pod Vezi is a 4-star hotel located right next to Charles Bridge. The neighborhood is popular for churches, architectural wonders, embassies, and palaces. As such, if you’d like to marvel at the architectural wonders of the city, this is the hotel to stay at. The rooms in the hotel are emblematic of the hotel in general because all of them are individual and unique rooms, no two of them being exactly the same. The only thing they share is their color palette of cream and ivory shades.


 


# 9

Barcelo Old Town Praha

Barcelo Old Town Praha is located in the Prague 01 neighborhood, only about 300 meters from the Old Town Square and Prague Astronomical Clock. The hotel has been established over a 17th-century building. While most of the hotel has been renovated and modernized, they’ve still retained certain historical touches such as the facade. As a 4-star hotel, they don’t have a lot of features, but they do offer a bathtub in every bathroom, and guests can also request a Thai massage in their own bedrooms.


 


# 10

Hotel Klarov

Hotel Klarov is located in the very center of Prague, on a street surrounded by bars, restaurants, pubs, etc. The hotel has hosted several music artists who have performed in Prague over the last decades. As such, the rooms in the hotels have been redesigned and set up around those stories. They also offer a complimentary breakfast buffet in the room downstairs. They also have a pleasant outdoor courtyard where one may enjoy a cup of coffee during the cold months. This area is also a great spot to meet and interact with other guests. The rooms in the hotel are designed in a contemporary style with modern furniture and they bear the names of their residing musicians behind the bedsteads.


 


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