If you’re visiting Prague but prefer slightly quieter locales, it is worth looking towards Anděl for accommodation. This peaceful yet central neighbourhood stands on the western banks of the Vltava River and boasts several excellent hotels, including the following noteworthy spots.
Located a stone’s throw away from the Vltava River, this down-to-earth hotel has 22 guest rooms equipped with everything visitors will need for a relaxing and memorable time in Prague. The hotel’s rooms are simple but polished and feature everything you’d expect from a four-star establishment, including air-conditioning systems. Though there are plenty of bars and restaurants nearby, guests can also unwind at Hotel Augustus et Otto’s in-situ wine lounge.
A stylish pick designed with modern travellers’ needs in mind, Vienna House Andel’s Prague boasts 290 well-crafted guest rooms ranging from medium-size lodgings perfect for couples to full-scale apartments equipped with plenty of home comforts. Situated in the heart of Prague’s Anděl neighbourhood, the hotel is difficult to miss thanks to its towering glass facade and standout location. Aside from the essentials, the hotel features several additional facilities where guests can spend their downtime, including a wellness centre with a gym and a restaurant that serves food from morning till night.
Boasting stately decor and services to match, this four-star establishment makes for a perfect home base for sightseers in Prague who enjoy an added dose of luxury while abroad. There are 38 well-put-together guest rooms available inside with spacious layouts and many additional mod-cons, including air-conditioning units and satellite TVs. Other services include complimentary continental breakfast served every day and secure, on-site parking for guests.
Set inside an Art Nouveau building that looks out onto the Vltava River, this stylish but affordable hotel oozes charm. It is one of the swankiest accommodation options available in Anděl and features 78 rooms of varying sizes that are perfect for both solo travellers and couples. As its name suggests, a sizeable portion of the hotel’s rooms have riverside views, whereas others look out onto its internal courtyard. There’s a cosy lounge bar located on the hotel’s ground floor, where guests can enjoy an assortment of drinks, nibbles and dinner items.
Awash with ornate, antique furnishings that hark back to the Baroque period, this charmingly traditional establishment has plenty to offer travellers who value old-fashioned hospitality. Each of its 20 individually designed rooms is christened after famous military generals of yesteryear and all the rooms feature stern-looking portraits of their namesakes. There’s an upscale restaurant on-site too, which serves dishes inspired by Czech and international cuisine throughout the day.