Park Inn Hotel Prague
What We Love
- A historic hotel near the Vltava River in the heart of Prague, with breakfast includedWalking across the picturesque Charles Bridge at dusk to admire its Baroque-style statues and the city lights
- Heading to the stylish hotel bar for a spot-on pint of Czech brew after a day of sightseeing
- Digging into dinner at the hotel's swanky RBG restaurant
- Being within easy walking distance of the city center and plenty of main attractions
What To Know
- The hotel is about a 15-minute tram ride from Old Town; the nearest tram station is a two-minute walk
- The gym is on the top floor and provides fantastic views of the city
- Free WiFi is fast and reliable
Dating back to 1907, the four-star Park Inn Hotel Prague inhabits a stunning Art Deco building. Located in gorgeous Prague II, near the Vltava River, you’ll be surrounded by cobblestone streets, picturesque courtyards and charming medieval buildings. This is the perfect blend of comfy accommodation and vibrant Czech culture.
From this TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, you’ll be perfectly situated to stroll around the historic city center (less than a mile away) or cross the Charles Bridge (just over a mile from the hotel) to head up toward Vysehrad Castle. You’ll also easily be able to visit the Jewish Quarter, Lesser Town and Old Town.
Back at your convenient home base, you can keep in shape on the rooftop gym before dining on a locally inspired dish at the stylish RBG Bar & Grill. After a day spent exploring iconic bridges, ancient castles and hip entertainment, head to the RBG Bar for a spot-on pint of Czech brew.
Aesthetically designed to make you feel right at home, rooms here boasts colorful, upbeat designs and gracious amenities. Your Business Friendly room will have a spacious desk and minibar, plus hot-beverage provisions.
RGB Bar & Grill dishes up fresh international fare and locally inspired cuisine, from grilled fish to succulent steaks. The hot and cold breakfast buffet includes pastries, cheeses and meats. At RBG Bar, you can sip a famous Czech brew or an inventive cocktail amid soft leather and dark wood.
Less than a mile from Prague’s city center, the hotel is in an ideal location to explore this gorgeous Czech destination. You’ll be near the majestic, 14th-century Charles Bridge, with its Baroque-style statues originally built around 1700. Be sure to check out the 10th-century Vysehrad Castle, which overlooks the Vltava River. In addition, Prague Castle is the largest ancient European castle, founded in 870 by the Premysl princes. The Jewish Quarter is definitely worth a visit and has an impressive 13th-century Old-New Synagogue. Also, be sure to spend ample time among Charles Square’s popular shops and bars.
How to Get There
We had a lovely stay in this hotel during our week in Prague. The hotel is very nice. Since the moment you enter it smells so good that you feel very welcome. The room is large enough with a comfortable bed and all you need to have a good time. It is very well situated; you can walk to the Old Town or take public transportation very close by to all the places of interest. We had daily breakfast included which was so tasteful and with plenty options.
But the best of all, is its staff and the service they offer. Specially Martin, from the front desk, which gave the extra mile. As we had an early flight checking out before the restaurant opened and, as our breakfast was included, he surprised us with a gorgeous breakfast packed in a lunch box.
Thank you again for our beautiful time in your hotel.
I spent a long weekend in Prague with my husband. The hotel is in a good location. There are two tram stops not far from the hotel to get you anywhere in minutes. The hotel is demanding, the room is exceptionally clean.
There is a large selection at breakfast and good to have until 10:30. Recommend to everyone!
We choose to stay again in Park inn hotel,buffet breakfast is great with large selection and attentive staff.Our room was smaler,but for amount of time we spent there was fine.Location is great,away from tourist crowd,but close enough to walk to Charles bridge.Public transportation is nearby,if you are 70 years old and have proof of age public transportation in Prague is free