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Cheap hotels in Mala Strana, Prague

Sitting in the shadows of Prague Castle and just across the river from Stare Mesto. Mala Strana (meaning "little" or "lesser quarter")is filled with steep and winding, cobblestone streets, ornate churches and splendid vistas. Slightly less crowded than its neighbor across the Charles Bridge, this area still keeps busy with visitors from dawn until dusk.

The neighborhood's shady Kampa Park provides relief from the crowds. Those who want to rub shoulders with the neighborhood's many embassy workers will be happy here. Not surprisingly, rooms in this coveted neighborhood tend to be pricey.

Editor's Pick
Little Town Budget Hotel, Prague

Address Malostranske nam. 11 (Mala Strana)

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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$54

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Pension Dientzenhofer, Prague

Address Nosticova 2 (Mala Strana)

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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$68

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The Charles, Prague

Address Josefska 1 (Mala Strana)

The Charles hotel is set in a 19th-century building on a cobblestone street in the heart of Malá Strana.

8.2 Guest Rating

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$136

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Vintage Design Hotel Sax, Prague

Address Jansky Vrsek 3 (Mala Strana)

The four-star Vintage Design Hotel Sax in Mála Strana is zany, colorful and unique. If you've been dreaming of a memorable (and splurge-worthy) sleeping experience in Prague, this is it.

9.0 Guest Rating

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$168

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