Prague Vinohrady Hotels

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Prague Vinohrady Hotels

Prague Vinohrady Hotels

Vinohradska is mainly accessed by tram (including a night service) but, it has metro stations at Jiriho z Podebrad (Zizkov, Prague 3 border), Flora and Namesti Miru. Vinohrady is recognised as a fairly exclusive area especially the part that borders Riegrovy Sady (the park). Most of the Prague Vinohrady hotels are old brick built structures from 1900-1910 with larger high-ceiling rooms favoured by the Prague elite.

The Vinohrady area is popular for independent shops, bars and businesses.

5 Star – Hotel Le Palais

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Le Palais

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Le Palais

Of all the Prague Vinohrady hotels this is the only 5 star in the area and is located on the far side of Namesti Miru. Very quiet as it’s at the end of a street. Consistently ranked in the top 5 Prague hotels with beautiful rooms, a terrace/garden overlooking the Nusle Valley and a top restaurant. It’s a 10 minute walk to the nearest metro at IP Pavlova but, the tram stop is only 2 minutes. It’s possible to walk to the centre in about 25 minutes. Stylish and luxurious with excellent service. At the time of writing the Wellness area was free for guests use. Personally recommended.

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4 Star – Hotel Louren

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Louren

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Louren

This is an independent family run 4 star hotel and was also known as the hotel Sieber until the rebranding. It has received frequent awards for service so you’ll find that business travellers will try to see if this place has space before trying the Marriott up the road. You can walk to the Old Town in just over 20 minutes. Its two metro stops to Wenceslas Square or 3 to the Old Town and the adjacent road also has a night tram service.

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4 Star – Hotel Galileo

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Galileo

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Galileo

Located at Bruselska 3 which is a 5 minute walk to the IP Pavlova metro/tram station or 15 minutes walk to the top of Wenceslas Square. The thing to note here is that half of the hotel is the original Czech classic design but the other half is the ultra-modern annex. Both have tastefully decorated rooms and suites. Some rooms can accommodate extra beds for families. Hotel does various packages and free airport transfers (depending on how much you are spending on your trip). Some small bars and restaurants in the area but, be prepared to be walking a lot. If you are ok to use trams then the no.22 will take you from Mala Strana all the way to IP Pavlova.

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4 Star – Hotel Taurus

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Taurus

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Taurus

The Taurus is towards the end of Vinohrady between the Jiriho z Podebrad and Flora metro stations. If you want to go direct to the Old Town then its better by metro. But if you just want to save some time to get to Muzeum then take the tram. Like most Prague Vinohrady hotels, it has a lot character and original features in the public areas. The rooms are really divide into two types which I call “modern” i.e. clean lines and colours or “curly” where the furniture has a renaissance feel to it. Big beds here.

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4 Star – Courtyard Marriott (Flora)

Prague Courtyard Marriott Flora

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Courtyard Marriott Flora

Courtyard Marriott opened 2006 as part of the overall Flora business/shopping and metro complex at the far end of Vinohrady on the main road with the tram line (Vinohradska). Standard Marriott service and fittings i.e. Frequent Flyer country. Three metro stops to the middle of Wenceslas Square (Mustek) or 4 stops to the Old Town Square. Walking to Wenceslas Square would be about 20 minutes. It also only a 5 minute walk from the New Jewish Cemetery if you fancy seeing Franz Kafka’s grave.

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3 Star – Hotel Anna

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Anna

Prague Vinohrady Hotels, Anna

From the regular 3 star Prague Vinohrady hotels, this is my favourite. It’s in a turn of the Century (that’s the last Century, not the millenium) building in a quiet street just off Vinohradska. The spec in the rooms is probably a little higher than the Claris and Hotel Anna makes better use of it’s garden by combining a breakfast conservatory with an outside terrace.

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