12 best boutique hotels in Prague

Miss Sophie’s Charles Bridge Exterior

Prague is the city of a hundred spires, offering romance in abundance. The city’s bohemian vibe means you can expect to find unique boutique accommodation here, too. With an affordable price tag to boot. 

If you’re having trouble picking between all the properties on offer, then you need this list of the best boutique hotels in Prague.

Carefully chosen for their attractive design, appealing facilities, or unbeatable location, this is my personal pick of where to stay when you next visit the Czech capital.  

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Jessie Moore is a luxury travel expert with years of experience travelling the world to find the best destinations, hotels and adventures.

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1. Residence Agnes

Address: 19, Haštalská 943, 110 00 Praha

Best for: Location, location, location

Hotel Residence Agnes Dining

The exterior of this Prague hotel instantly stands out due to the pretty rose-pink paintwork. It’s housed in an elegant townhouse in one of the oldest parts of the city.

Residence Agnes offers four star, boutique-style accommodation, and the convenient location is a big plus.

Hotel Residence Agnes Family Room

In each room, classic country charm meets contemporary style, with original stonework and dramatic light fittings adding drama throughout the interior.

Free parking at Residence Agnes is also a real perk for anyone with a hire car.

The property also offers a 24-hour reception, an airport transfer service, and a superb spread each morning at breakfast. 

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2. Hotel Pod Vezi

Address: Mostecká 58/2, 118 00 Malá Strana

Best for: Exceptional service

Hotel Pod Vezi

Imagine staying right by the iconic Charles Bridge in Prague, while enjoying boutique accommodation at affordable rates.

You can do just that when booking a room at Hotel Pod Vezi, which occupies a couple of historic buildings in the ancient heart of the city. 

It’s an enviable location and a lovely property, but what makes a stay here truly special is the staff.

The service is outstanding, and I find this really makes all the difference, whether you want directions or a helping hand.

Room service, a bar and restaurant, and limited parking can also be found on site. 

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3. Golden Well Hotel

Address: U Zlaté studně 166/4, 118 01 Malá Strana

Best for: Dinner with a view

Golden Well Hotel Room

The Golden Well Hotel in Prague offers smart accommodation, slick service, and sweeping city views from a trio of terraces.

Expect contemporary decor with a nod to the bohemian, and a location among the cobbled streets just below Prague Castle.

With only 19 rooms, the Golden Well has an intimate feel, and service is personal without being intrusive. 

Golden Well Hotel Rooftop Terrace

Here you can settle down to a DVD from the library or play on the iPad after soaking in a bubble bath, all while gazing out over the city rooftops.

You can also tuck into a delicious dinner with a view at the top-floor restaurant, before cosying up in the snug bar. 

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4. BoHo Hotel

Address: Senovážná 1254/4, 110 00 Nové Město

Best for: Modern, monochrome decor

A member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, BoHo Hotel is only around five minutes on foot from the landmark Old Town and Wenceslas Squares.

And if you prefer modern, monochrome style offset by subtle shades of duck egg blue and soft cream, you’ll also adore the decor here. 

The property is squeaky clean and well maintained throughout, and offers a good range of rooms and suites including triples and family rooms.

If you have a hire car, you can also book accommodation with inclusive parking. BoHo Hotel also boasts a gym, a spa area, and a bar, and there’s a great spread for breakfast each day. 

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5. MOSAIC HOUSE Design Hotel

Address: Odborů 278/4, 120 00 Nové Město

Best for: Art and design

Mosaic House

Mosaic House occupies a listed, minimalist building in central Prague. The mosaics in question date from the property’s trade union era, and add to the arty vibe of the hotel.

Mosaic House is a relaxing place to stay, close to the Vltava River, and has a wellness centre on site. 

The property was completely overhauled in 2020, and offers a range of rooms from standard doubles to swish penthouses.

No expense was spared and not a single detail overlooked. There are top-notch facilities to complement this, too, including a restaurant and bar, parking, and free bike hire. 

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6. Aria Hotel Prague

Address: Tržiště 9, 118 00 Malá Strana

Best for: Garden views

Aria Hotel Prague Garden View

If you don’t mind splashing out for five star style and service, music-themed Aria Hotel in Prague has superlative levels of luxury to offer.

The building was once a theatre, and overlooks the Baroque Vrtbovska Gardens, which date from the 18th century. 

Aria Hotel Prague Garden

Rooms are classically elegant, with velvet furnishings adding a glamorous touch. The shared spaces, meanwhile, are exceptional.

These include a rooftop dining terrace, lounges with a piano or fireplace, a movie theatre, a music library, a gym, and a gourmet restaurant. 

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7. Miss Sophie’s Charles Bridge

Address: Malostranské nám. 28, 110 00 Malá Strana

Best for: A quirky stay

Miss Sophie’s Charles Bridge Suite

Whether you crave additional space or want to self-cater, Miss Sophie’s Charles Bridge is in the historic heart of the Mala Strana district.

There are just three accommodation options at this property: double and two bedroom apartments for two or six people, plus a junior suite sleeping up to four. 

Miss Sophie’s Charles Bridge Exterior

This is a quirky place to stay, with wooden beams and unique details reflecting the Rococo Palace location.

You get the best of both worlds here, with your own kitchenette as well as a yummy daily breakfast served on site. 

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8. Design Hotel Jewel Prague

Address: Rytířská 529/3, 110 00 Staré Město

Best for: Eating in or out

Design Hotel Jewel Prague is indeed a gem in a number of ways.

With 11 rooms, it’s conveniently close to the centre of the city, close to Wenceslas Square, the Stavovske (or Estates) Theatre, and plenty of local eateries.

On site you’ll also find the Jewel cafe bar, which is open for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. 

As you might expect, accommodation is decorated with a jewel theme, with room names ranging from Amber to Sapphire.

Splashes of ruby red, topaz yellow, or emerald green liven up each. 

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9. Hotel Maximilian

Address: Haštalská 752/14, 110 00 Staré Město

Best for: Cleanliness and comfort

Maximilian Hotel

Housed in a regal 19th century terrace, Hotel Maximilian flawlessly fuses comfort and design to create one of Prague’s most covetable properties.

With 71 rooms, it offers a choice of room types and range of facilities, yet feels more peaceful and personal than a larger hotel.

Guests can also use the gym at Hotel Josef, a nearby sister property.  

Hotel Maximilian is airy and bright throughout, with pale wood flooring, curving lines, and a range of hues from baby pink to deep blue.

It’s a soothing setting, with staff who go out of their way to make your stay special. Brasserie Maximilian also serves three meals a day, plus afternoon tea and cocktails. 

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10. Domus Balthasar

Address: 5, Mostecká 282, Malá Strana, 118 00

Best for: Castle vistas

Domus Balthasar 

If you dream of swoon-worthy vistas, then you must book a castle view suite at Domus Balthasar in Prague.

This boutique property also has oodles of charm and character, with beamed ceilings, painted wall panelling, and industrial style bathrooms. 

Domus Balthasar Prague

Domus Balthasar is the perfect Prague property for multilingual guests, as staff speak German and Spanish as well as Czech and English.

There’s also a laundry, 24-hour reception, airport shuttle service, and a tour desk that can arrange bike rental and other travel.

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11. Jungmann Hotel

Address: Jungmannovo nám. 762/2, 110 00 Nové Město

Best for: A Golden Cross location

Book a room at Jungmann Hotel and you can expect spacious accommodation, helpful staff, and crisp, contemporary decor featuring herringbone parquet flooring.

I love that the property is positioned in the Golden Cross area, with Wenceslas Square only 100 metres away. Můstek underground station is also very close to the hotel. 

A delicious breakfast is served daily, with a good choice of items. For cleanliness, comfort, and more than a dash of style, Jungmann offers an outstanding location, superb service, and great value for money. 

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12. Bishop’s House

Address: Dražického nám. 6, 118 00 Malá Strana

Best for: Local history

Bishop’s House

Hotel Bishop’s House has a fine pedigree – it was once the bishop’s seat, and now you can stay in a tower once occupied by the clergyman.

Once you step inside this Prague design hotel, though, you wouldn’t know it. It’s fresh and sleek throughout. 

Bishop’s House Breakfast

For more character, pick a top floor room, where you can gaze up at the intricate, original ceiling from the comfort of your bed.

As well as oozing style, Bishop’s House offers some impressive amenities, including air conditioning, an airport shuttle, room service, and family rooms.

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Do you have any favourite boutique hotels in Prague? Let me know in the comments below!

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