Find cheap accommodation in Prague

The popularity of the Czech Republic as a destination for students, backpackers and young couples on city breaks means there is a year-round demand for cheap accommodation in Prague. It's usually possible to find some great deals on hotels, hostels or self-catering apartments in the centre of this beautiful city.

Bohemia on a budget

For backpackers, the obvious option for cheap accommodation in Prague would be one of the city's hostels. If you haven't visited the city recently, you'll be surprised at some of the facilities available at budget hostels. The Old Prague Hostel is a short stroll from the Old Town Square in the heart of the historical district. With rock bottom room rates and free wifi and breakfast, it's a popular option, so book in advance. Rooms range from singles to eight-bed dormitories.

For a slightly quieter experience, check out the Adam and Eva Hostel. This is located in a histroric townhouse in Central Prague. The quaint exterior contrasts with very modern and stylish rooms. You are a short walk from central Prague's restaurants and beer-cellars.

Self-catering aprtments are an increasingly popular option for weekend breaks or longer stays in Prague. They offer cheaper accommodation than hotels and also mean you can save money by eating in some nights. As apartments tend to be located in residential buildings, they are a quieter option, suitable for families.

Online agents like Only-Apartments and Home Away provide a compehensive selection of Prague apartments with plenty of budget options. It can be possible to find a basic apartment from as little as 25 Euros a night.

Shop around for deals

Cheap accommodation in Prague doesn't have to be basic. With competition in the hotel market fierce, advertised rates are usually negotiable. With a little patience, it can often be possible to find a great deal on a three-night city break in a stylish hotel. Booking flights and accommodation together can also offer great savings on rooms.

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