Destinations in Czech Republic

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in Czech Republic

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.8, 1 reviews)
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This 4-star boutique hotel enjoys a central Prague location 1,950 feet from the beautiful Old Town Square. It offers bright and airy rooms with air co ...

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.8, 1 reviews)
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Set within 2 neighbouring historic buildings next to the Charles Bridge, Hotel Pod Věží is located in Prague's Lesser Town. Rooms are non-smoking a ...

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.6, 218 reviews)
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Located at the foot of Prague Castle (1,300 feet away) in the Mala Strana district, this historical building offers spacious rooms with hardwood floor ...

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.6, 206 reviews)
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The boutique Golden Well hotel enjoys one of the best locations in Prague, with Prague Castle right next door, 7 minutes' walk from Charles Bridge and ...

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.6, 1 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Prague – and a guest favourite. Located 1,950 feet from Old Town Square, BoHo Prague Hotel offers air-conditioned hotel in P ...

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.5, 698 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Prague.Located in the centre of Prague, this historical building features a uniquely decorated lobby dating back from the earl ...

— Prague, Czech Republic

(Rated 9.5, 986 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Prague.Hotel Schwaiger is a 4-star boutique hotel situated in Prague, 1.6 miles from Prague ZOO. Guests can enjoy the on-site ...

Czech Republic - The Heart Of Europe

Journey into the heart of Europe and experience a dark yet enlightening step back in time. Most people associate “Bohemia” with a certain Queen song, but for the Czech people being bohemian is a way of life and an important part of their heritage. The country is home to more than 2,000 medieval castles and was originally known as the Kingdom of Bohemia prior to 1918. Next you have to explore Prague Castle, the largest castle in the world lended its chambers to a scene from the hit TV series Game Of Thrones. Did you know Czechs are crazy about mushrooms? If the streets are empty around the end of September, it’s probably because the locals are picking mushrooms in nearby forests as part of “St. Wenceslas Day.” Then of course there’s the beer. Czechs are famous for their rich tasting lagers and consume the most beer per capita in the world. You can join the locals for a Pilsner Lager (their most well known brew) at a local pub, or take a tour through one of Prague’s impressive microbreweries. If you’re a lover of pop music, you also can’t miss The Wall Of Lennon - an inspiring graffiti homage to the late Beatles member.

Travel The Czech Republic

See The Astronomical Clock In Prague

Made from over 350 different components, the Prague Astronomical clock is a huge 15th century timepiece sitting at the top of the Old Town Hall. This fascinating clock puts on a short show every hour, featuring an animated skeleton and a golden rooster among other things. Be sure to get there early if you want to get a viewing spot, as the area is usually busy around show time.

Have A Beer At A Brewery In Pilsen

Where better to enjoy a smooth Pilsner than in the city it was first born? The golden beverage was first produced in 1842 and has since become one of the world’s favourite lagers. Join the locals for a pint or two at one of cities independent breweries, or check out the annual beer festival, complete with beer spa and museum.

Admire The Architectural Masterpieces Of Kutna Hora

A former silver mining town, Kutna Hora’s town center is home to many architectural treasures, and was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. Like the incredible Church of St. Barbara, a Gothic church which took 500 years to complete. This was due to the complexity of its design and craftsmanship. Or other sites like the Cathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady, which was formerly the most magnificent church in the Bohemian Kingdom.

Tips and Travel Information For The Czech Republic

Money ATMs are widely accessible and available throughout The Czech Republic. Credit and debit cards are also accepted in most hotels and restaurants. Czechs are not known  for their tipping culture, though sometimes service workers will expect something from foreign visitors. Getting Around in the Czech Republic In Czech cities it’s easy enough to get around using the public transport. Cities in the Czech Republic also guarantee good service. The capital city Prague contains an underground system, and there are also trams, trolleybuses and buses running - which you can use based on your needs and proximity. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (May - Sep) Moderate (Mar - Apr, Oct - Nov) Quiet Season (Dec - Feb) Tourist season is all year round in the Czech Republic, but the country is especially busy during the warm summer months. It can also get busy in ski areas during winter. High season is between May and September, while low season comes between December and February.

Find Boutique Hotels In The Czech Republic

For a stay just as inspirational as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in the Czech Republic.