Cheap hotels in Vinohrady, Prague

Just east of Nove Mesto, this hip neighborhood is dotted with stunning churches, cozy cafes, hip clubs and cheap sleeps to boot. Once (as its name implies) a land of vineyards, and later the site of brutal Warsaw Pact battles in 1968, Vinohrady today is crammed with beautiful architecture. From the stoic, modern Church of the Sacred Heart to stunning Neo-Gothic and Art-nouveau buildings (many of which have now been turned into budget accommodations), the area is a favorite haunt of locals.

Replete with inexpensive domestic wine and a lively nightlife scene, Vinohrady offers a little bit of everything—and it's only about a 15 minute metro ride from the city center.

Editor's Pick
Hotel Anna, Prague

Address Budecská 17 (Vinohrady)

EuroCheapo Review: 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.... read review

8.6 Guest Rating

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$49

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Balbin Pension, Prague

Address Balbinova 26 (Vinohrady)

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

8.3 Guest Rating

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$72

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Czech Inn, Prague

Address Francouzska 76 (Vinohrady)

EuroCheapo Review: 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.... read review

8.5 Guest Rating

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$59

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Holiday Home, Prague

Address Americká 37 (Vinohrady)

EuroCheapo Review: 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.... read review

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$69

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