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Prague 2 - Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic
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Cheapest month:March
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Prague 2:$79/night
Cheapest price found:$14/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$31 - $115
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$54 - $94
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Top Rated Prague 2, Prague hotels

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Hermitage Hotel Prague
9.1 Excellent
Svobodova 1961/1, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic
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1.5 mi from city centre, Prague, PR, Czech Republic 

Less than 20 minutes' walk from Karlovo Namesti Metro Station, Hermitage Hotel Prague offers guests a convenient base while in Prague. Rooms are air conditioned and a Wi-Fi connection is included free of charge.

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Vysehrad Area Apartment
10.0 Excellent
Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic
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1.8 mi from city centre,  

Vysehrad Area Apartment provides a comfortable setting when in Prague. It is steps from the Nusle Bridge, restaurants and nightlife options.

$58
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Hermitage Hotel Prague
9.1 Excellent
Svobodova 1961/1, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic
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1.5 mi from city centre,  

Less than 20 minutes' walk from Karlovo Namesti Metro Station, Hermitage Hotel Prague offers guests a convenient base while in Prague. Rooms are air conditioned and a Wi-Fi connection is included free of charge.

$85
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Studio near Congress Centre II.
8.1 Excellent
Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic
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1.8 mi from city centre,  

Studio near Congress Centre II provides a comfortable setting when in Prague. It also offers a tour desk, a designated smoking area and free Wi-Fi.

$96
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Hotel prices in Prague 2, Prague

2 stars and under
#1 Most popular

Sophie's Hostel

Melounova 2, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

8.9 Excellent
$21

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#2 Most popular

Residence Albert

Na slupi 7/141, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

$56

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Best value

Prague Hostel Na Smetance

Na Smetance 1582/22, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

$14

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3 stars
#1 Most popular

Vysehrad Castle Suite

Neklanova 22, Prague, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

5.1 Okay
$102

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Hotel Beranek Prague
#2 Most popular

Hotel Beranek Prague

Belehradska 110, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

8.4 Excellent
$69

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4 stars +
Radisson Blu Hotel, Prague, Prague, Cz
#1 Most popular

Radisson Blu Hotel, Prague, Prague, Cz

Zitna 561/8, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

8.6 Excellent
$154

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Mosaic House Design Hotel
#2 Most popular

Mosaic House Design Hotel

Odboru 4, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

9.5 Excellent
$102

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Best value

Arkada Hotel Praha

Balbinova 8, Prague, Prague Region, Czech Republic

8.4 Excellent
$63

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About Prague 2, Prague

New Town is part of the historic quarter of Prague, Czech Republic. It is the youngest of five “towns” which make up the city centre. Some of Prague’s best-loved attractions are in New Town. Visitors can explore Wenceslas Square, Powder Gate, National Museum and St. Stephen’s Church. New Town is also renowned for its shopping, fascinating architecture, quirky restaurants and lovely parks.

There are several noteworthy attractions not to be missed in New Town. Wenceslas Square is a great place to begin an exploration. In the heart of New Town, the historic square is lively, packed with colourful buildings, monuments, museums, and cafes. Wenceslas Square is also Prague’s retail hub. Visitors will find an abundance of independent stores, high street chains, mobile stalls and souvenir shops to browse. Keen photographers and sightseers can climb the steps of the National Museum, one of the city’s cultural gems. The view across the square is breathtaking and well worth the effort. The museum houses almost 14 million artefacts from areas of art, history, science and music. While walking the streets of New Town, architecture aficionados can admire the Dancing House, a Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunić creation. Nestled on a street corner, close to the river, the building is said to be shaped like a woman dancing. Dining out in New Town is a thrilling experience. Enjoy a wide range of cuisine in intriguing locations. Whether it’s a romantic meal high up in a Gothic bell tower or the laid-back atmosphere of a lively Czech Brewhouse, New Town has it all.

New Town is easy to walk around as attractions are several minutes’ walk from each other. The town is also well served by the city’s metro lines which stop at Wenceslas Square, National Theatre and the museums. City tram lines connect the area with the river and Old Town. Bicycle hire, taxis and Uber are also available.

New Town dates to 1348, and the reign of Charles IV. The area was originally home to many craftspeople and tradesmen. The suburb may not be as historic as neighbouring Old Town, yet it houses some of Prague’s much-loved landmarks. New Town is popular with locals for shopping, dining and drinking, and with tourists who wish to discover more about this fascinating city’s history.

Prague 2, Prague travel FAQs

New Town is part of the historic quarter of Prague, Czech Republic. It is the youngest of five “towns” which make up the city centre. Some of Prague’s best-loved attractions are in New Town. Visitors can explore Wenceslas Square, Powder Gate, National Museum and St. Stephen’s Church. New Town is also renowned for its shopping, fascinating architecture, quirky restaurants and lovely parks.

There are several noteworthy attractions not to be missed in New Town. Wenceslas Square is a great place to begin an exploration. In the heart of New Town, the historic square is lively, packed with colourful buildings, monuments, museums, and cafes. Wenceslas Square is also Prague’s retail hub. Visitors will find an abundance of independent stores, high street chains, mobile stalls and souvenir shops to browse. Keen photographers and sightseers can climb the steps of the National Museum, one of the city’s cultural gems. The view across the square is breathtaking and well worth the effort. The museum houses almost 14 million artefacts from areas of art, history, science and music. While walking the streets of New Town, architecture aficionados can admire the Dancing House, a Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunić creation. Nestled on a street corner, close to the river, the building is said to be shaped like a woman dancing. Dining out in New Town is a thrilling experience. Enjoy a wide range of cuisine in intriguing locations. Whether it’s a romantic meal high up in a Gothic bell tower or the laid-back atmosphere of a lively Czech Brewhouse, New Town has it all.

New Town is easy to walk around as attractions are several minutes’ walk from each other. The town is also well served by the city’s metro lines which stop at Wenceslas Square, National Theatre and the museums. City tram lines connect the area with the river and Old Town. Bicycle hire, taxis and Uber are also available.

New Town dates to 1348, and the reign of Charles IV. The area was originally home to many craftspeople and tradesmen. The suburb may not be as historic as neighbouring Old Town, yet it houses some of Prague’s much-loved landmarks. New Town is popular with locals for shopping, dining and drinking, and with tourists who wish to discover more about this fascinating city’s history.

  • What are the best hotels in Prague 2?

    Prague 2 is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Hermitage Hotel Prague, which has a current rating of 9.1. For other potential stays, consider Rezidence Vysehrad and Easy Housing Hostel, which can also be great places to stay in Prague 2.

  • What is a good hotel near Prague Central Station?

    Grandium Hotel Prague is a hotel near Prague Central Station that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.8 across 9,976 reviews.

  • What is a good hotel in Prague 2 near Staroměstské náměstí?

    Grandium Hotel Prague is the hotel close to Staroměstské náměstí that is most recommended by HotelsCombined users, with 9,976 reviews rating it at 8.8/10.

  • Is there a good hotel near Prague City Centre?

    A good hotel near Prague City Centre is Grandium Hotel Prague, which has been rated 8.8/10 by 9,976 HotelsCombined user reviews.