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What We Love

  • A year-round open terrace with views over Republic Square
  • The extensive selection and well-crafted cocktails at the Vodka Lobby Bar
  • The sophisticated spa, whose treatments range from galvanic-current lifting facials to precious stone massages

What To Know

  • Access to the spa pool, steam room, and jacuzzi is 10 euros for guests who aren’t staying in premium rooms or haven’t booked 90-minute treatments.
  • The entry-level rooms face an interior courtyard and don’t have city views.
  • The fitness center is open 24/7.


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Czech history meets modernity at this boutique hotel in the neo-Renaissance-style building with a hopping lobby bar and splurge-worthy spa

The Lowdown

Many of the 137 modern, elegant guest rooms and suites have beautiful views of the historic center of the city and the famous Municipal House. They retain much of their original furniture and rich wallpapers, but have more up-to-date bathrooms. Somewhat silly name aside, Brasserie mEating Point is a fine place to refuel with French, Czech and international fare, plus pretty views over the Republic Square from a terrace that’s open around the year. The lively, trendy Vodka Lobby Bar offers a selection of the namesake spirit from around the world. The spa is super extensive, with services ranging from high-tech facials to therapeutic vegetable body wraps and gemstone healing rituals.

In the Area

The hotel is located in the main pedestrian area and only a few minutes’ walk from Old Town Square, but also easily accessible by car. It’s near the Municipal House, which now hosts art exhibitions and musical performances in a glorious old building, and Powder Tower, a 213-foot-tall tower that was the gateway to the medieval Royal Route through Old Town. Also nearby is Wenceslas Square (actually a 750-foot-long boulevard), a vibrant historic center of Prague now filled with shops, cafes, and nightlife.

How to Get There

Hotel Kings Court
U Obecniho Domu 3
Prague, 110 00 Czech Republic


4.5 Very Good 3231 Reviews
Perfect hotel in a perfect Location
Reviewed 3 days ago

Stayed here with my husband for 3 nights to celebrate our 12th anniversary. We booked an executive room which is a must as you get free access to the spa, as well as the exec lounge which then doubles up as a hotel bar after 6pm. The breakfast was second to non with an amazing choice of food. All the staff were extremely friendly. Location you were walking distance from nearly all the sights. The hotel is directly opposite a shopping center. where on the 2nd floor has a food court, where it catered for all types of cuisines. The room and bathroom were really nice too. would not hesitate recommending this hotel to anyone.

What i would say is that if you decide to use the trams please make sure you get your tickets before hand, as we assumed we could get one on the tram but were fined a very hefty fine.

Apart from that, we had an absolute amazing time.

Great Location
Reviewed 3 days ago

Stayed at Kings court for 4 nights and the location could not be better. It is walking distance to any and all sights. It is located in the republic square with tons of shops and markets but also far enough away so it quiet. The rooms were small and we had to get upgraded because they were very small. Breakfast was great, had tons of options as well. Also has a casino which was cool. This hotel cant be better located for your stay in prague.

Perfect location! Great Hospitality!
Reviewed 3 days ago

Prague is a beautiful city, full of spires and the Prague Castle located on the hilltop looking down on the city. The Kings Court provides the perfect venue for enjoying the various possibilities offered by this picturesque city. Located next to the main Railway station, it’s a stones throw away from the bus & tram station. Old town square is 5 min walk away and Charles Bridge max 15 min walk. Apart from this, palladium the largest department store is located opposite to the mall and the area offers multitude of cuisine choices Incase you are looking to dine out (including Indian / veg food). If all that was not enough, the property appears very new with generous room size (we stayed in a deluxe room which comfortably accommodated 2 adults & one child) and all facilities that you expect from a 5 star and some more. The staff is very diverse and very helpful. We had a last minute issue in terms of managing transport to Munich (train strike, sold out buses etc). The staff not only gave us choices but also managed to arrange a private taxi at reasonable prices. All tours also have a pick up / drop off from a nearby location.Great front office staff, ably supported by Adele team that laid out a huge and delicious spread and lastly impeccable room service. Special thanks to Nino, Monica & Sabrina - keep it up guys.

Surprisingly good
Reviewed 4 days ago

Initial impression of the reception meant I was prepared to be disappointed (it's not a very grand entrance).

But that changed quickly.

Brilliant staff - a special mention for Bradley who was incredibly helpful, and also I think Vicki (but not sure of the name!).

The room was excellent - big comfortable clean and well maintained.

The Adele restaurant was also really good. Situated on the square which was fab for people watching. Breakfast buffet was good, and there was a burger we had for dinner one night which was honestly the best burger I have ever had. Ever.

Spa was also really good - it's small but had a spa - just really nice after a long day of walking to go for a dip.

The location is also superb - close enough to everything to walk to quickly but out of the centre enough to avoid the mega crowds and drunk English Stag Nights / Hens Nights (Prague seems to be infested by packs of roaming drunk English boys on a weekend away...it was good to be able to avoid them - the hotel was a real haven).

Excellent central hotel
Reviewed 1 week ago

very close to old town, 5* quality service and quality food/ beverages. The executive suite is great hangout if you need a break from touristing (we had complimentary access with executive suite), the spa and pool and great, executive room was relatively small but we had a balcony over the square which was fabulous.
The room is well stocked with mini bar and accessories ( plug converter), breakfast was great with a really wide selection, even fresh sushi!!!