Prague Ruzyne International Airport (PRG)
Airport Hotels and Accommodation
(Prague, Czech Republic)
Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG) serves more than 11 million passengers annually and is the gateway to the capital of the Czech Republic and a variety of other nearby cities.
Prague sees a steady influx of visitors throughout the year, many of whom arrive for business purposes. There are plenty of choices for accommodation including an onsite hotel and nearby establishments, such as the Comfort Hotel and the Avion Hotel.
Prague: Airport Hotels and Accommodation
The Ramada Airport Hotel Prague is conveniently located near the South Terminal and offers facilities for business visitors and companies wanting to hold meetings and conferences.
HOTELS CLOSE TO PRAGUE RUZYNE AIRPORT (PRG)|
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|Hotel Expo||Za Elekrarnou 3,|
Prague, 17000, Czech Republic
|Comfort Hotel Prague Airport PRG||Mrkvickova 2,|
Prague, Czech Republic
|Golden Tulip Hotel Maximilian||Hastalska 14, 110 00,|
Prague, Czech Republic
Prague: City Hotels and Accommodation
Hotels in the city of Prague have struggled to meet the high demand for rooms in recent years and to redress this balance, a range of central accommodation has been renovated and built. As a result, hotels in the city centre are amongst the best in the whole of Europe and include a number of eye-catching high-rise buildings, standing around 20 km / 12 miles east of Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG).
There is only a small selection of accommodation for the budget traveller visiting Prague, including a small selection of basic pension-style hotels and rooms in private homes, which can be booked by specialist agencies and the city's tourist information bureaus.
With Prague being a fairly small and compact city, centrally located hotels have the advantage of being close to restaurants, shops and the main sights. The best accommodation options tend to be based around Wenceslas Square, the hub of the city.
Other popular hotels in Prague are located in the Namesti Republiky area, around the Old Town Square, and in the more southerly New Town district, where accommodation is often cheaper. Prague's Jewish Quarter is also appealing, where some hotels actually overlook the River Vltava, while nearby, the Little Quarter contains many charming and inviting guest houses.