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Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Prague

Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Prague and throughout Europe.

Blending new with old and East with West, this beautiful city can be a Cheapo’s dream—if you know how to do it right. Let us help you find out!

Find the perfect budget hotel

Prague is full of great places to sleep on a budget, from bare-bones youth hostels to elegant Baroque palaces. Our editors have combed them all, recommending the best accommodations that are clean, central and cheap. And if they’ve got a touch of Czech-style charm, they’ll get even better marks.

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Our guide to Prague on a budget

With its beautiful Gothic and Baroque buildings, Prague may look ritzy, but it can definitely be enjoyed on the cheap. Head over to our Prague city guide and our blog to find out how. You’ll find tips about the best ways to save on transportation, food, museums and more.

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Our top 19 reviewed hotels in Prague

Editor's Picks Name Price User rating

Editor's Pick
Admirál - botel, Prague

Docked near the Smíchov neighborhood, with lots of nightlife and the Staropramen brewery nearby, the Admiral Botel doesn't go overboard with the seaworthy theme.

8.3 Guest Rating

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$83

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Editor's Pick
Dlouha Pension and Hostel, Prague

If trendy clubs and restaurants are your scene, sleep at the Dlouhá Pension & Hostel. Dlouhá Street boasts plenty of hotspots that youthful, party-minded travelers will enjoy.

7.4 Guest Rating

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$55

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Jerome House Hotel, Prague

The building that houses the lovely, three-star Jerome House was home to the Czech theologian and philosopher Jerome of Prague back in the early 1400s.

7.7 Guest Rating

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$72

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Hotel Atlantic, Prague

Located a two-minute walk from Náměstí Republiky and near Old Town Square, the Atlantic is a friendly three-star hotel with 62 rooms.

8.3 Guest Rating

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$57

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U Lilie Pension, Prague

Situated practically around the corner from Charles Bridge, the two-star U Lilie Pension offers 15 basic rooms at an unbeatable price for this location.

7.9 Guest Rating

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$102

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Editor's Pick
Dahlia Inn, Prague

Open since 2008, the Dahlia Inn offers eight homey rooms that are purple, green, and funky—and we loved them!

9.0 Guest Rating

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$50

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Editor's Pick
Little Town Budget Hotel, Prague

Opened in June 2009, Little Town Budget Hotel is a well-equipped and super-affordable option in a fabulous location.

8.9 Guest Rating

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$55

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Botel Albatros, Prague

Anchored a bit away from the center near Náměstí Republiky, the three-star Botel Albatros offers a plush, country-club vibe.

7.3 Guest Rating

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$51

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Editor's Pick
Hostel Prague Tyn, Prague

If proximity to the city center is your prime consideration when booking a bed, check out the Hostel Prague Týn.

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$42

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Editor's Pick
Andante Hotel, Prague

The three-star Andante is a comfortable hotel located a five-minute walk from Wenceslas Square. Step inside the bright and airy lobby and climb the stairs, and you'll find 32 attractive and simple rooms.

8.3 Guest Rating

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$70

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The Golden Star House, Prague

Nestled under Prague Castle, the Golden Star has four other stars to its name. The hotel offers 26 rooms with lovely, old-fashioned details.

7.5 Guest Rating

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$100

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Pension Dientzenhofer, Prague

The unassuming Dientzenhofer is well located in the Mála Strana neighborhood, and its back garden nearly stretches to the Vltava River.

8.6 Guest Rating

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$69

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Editor's Pick
Residence Select, Prague

A 10-minute walk from the National Museum, the Residence Select offers modern comforts and friendly service.

7.0 Guest Rating

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$50

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Editor's Pick
Holiday Home, Prague

Located just off the main square in the Vinohrady neighborhood, Holiday Home is a well-situated pension that we'd recommend to even our closest friends.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$71

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Tivoli, Prague

We think you'll find the Tivoli to be internationally welcoming, with a wide range of amenities that provide for a comfortable stay.

8.4 Guest Rating

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$75

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Editor's Pick
Balbin Pension, Prague

Located near Wenceslas Square on a rather non-descript street, Balbin Pension is well-positioned for visiting most of the city's tourist sights.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$75

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Editor's Pick
Czech Inn, Prague

A funky, well-equipped (and cleverly named) hostel, the Czech Inn offers private rooms, apartments, and dorms on the border of Prague's happening Vinohrady neighborhood.

8.3 Guest Rating

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$61

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Hotel Anna, Prague

Housed in a lovely historic building on the quiet tree-lined Budečská Street, the Hotel Anna is a great value for its location and amenities.

8.5 Guest Rating

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$51

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Editor's Pick
Sir Toby's Hostel, Prague

Located in the emerging Holešovice neighborhood, Sir Toby's is a laidback hostel with cool style and a friendly atmosphere.

8.8 Guest Rating

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$66

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