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Un grand choix d'hébergement à Prague

Vous vous rendez bientôt à Prague (République Tchèque) et vous voulez dénicher un hébergement apte à vous satisfaire et offrant de nombreuses infrastructures, de manière à vous y sentir à l'aise ? Tous les établissements ne se valent pas, et peuvent varier en termes de qualité, c'est la raison pour laquelle il est essentiel de prendre le temps de vous renseigner. Vous pourrez vous reposer sur Le Petit Futé pour parvenir à vos fins : vous ne risquez plus de rater vos vacances, ou vos déplacements professionnels. À quoi ressemble réellement votre lieu de villégiature à Prague ? Prenez connaissance des nombreuses photos mises à disposition sur le Petit Futé, idéales pour savoir si cet endroit vous conviendra. Pour réserver votre lieu de villégiature en toute connaissance de cause, vous pouvez consulter les avis de nos internautes, qui rédigent pour nous des commentaires après y avoir résidé. Votre hébergement parfait dispose d'une piscine ? Prenez le temps de lire nos fiches détaillées, qui présentent chaque lieu de villégiature, pour bénéficier des équipements qui vous intéressent. Si vous avez l'opportunité de visiter Prague (Prague Région De Prague République Tchèque), vous y découvrirez de nombreux points d'intérêt, ce qui explique la recrudescence d'établissements. Vous trouverez sur Le Petit Futé toutes sortes d'infos utiles, comme le numéro de téléphone, l'adresse complète ou le prix à la nuit de tous nos partenaires. Pour dénicher l'hébergement parfait, songez à trier les résultats, en sélectionnant tous les critères qui comptent pour vous. Il peut s'agir par exemple du nombre d'étoiles, parmi d'autres possibilités que nous mettons à votre disposition. Il vous est possible de réaliser un classement des hébergements, selon la note attribuée : vous pourrez aussi privilégier les lieux choisis par Le Petit Futé. Difficile de ne pas trouver son bonheur sur Prague : ici vous attendent 515 hébergements, dont 425 hôtels, 9 chambres d'hôtes, 1 camping, 66 locations de vacances, 9 auberges, prêts à vous accueillir. D'autres types d'hébergements sont disponibles, comme des gîtes, chambres hôtes, ou campings par exemple. Vous ne souhaitez pas forcément résider au centre de Prague ? N'oubliez pas qu'il est possible de chercher également les endroits qui sont disponibles autour de Prague, de manière à vous excentrer.

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Accommodation in Prague will make up the bulk of your budget. If you are planning a long stay, try to book in a slightly more remote area such as Vinohrady, Nové Město or Žižkov. You will save on hotel nights and can still reach the centre by tram or metro in less than 15 minutes. You will also have the advantage of being able to enjoy the nightlife, far from the tourist appointments in the city centre. On the other hand, catering remains cheap in traditional hospodas.

Small budget: minimum budget from 800 to 1,250 Kč per day and per person (from 30 to 50 €). Either a bed in a youth hostel, a meal on the go, a more elaborate meal, as well as transport and visits.

Average budget: from 2 500 to 4 150 Kč per day and per person (from 95 to 160 €). Either one night in a comfortable pension or in a comfort or charming hotel and two meals as well as transportation, visits and shows.

Big budget: from 5 000 Kč (i.e. 190 €) per person and per day. Luxury hotel, meals in the city's gastronomic restaurants and various shows.

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Remember to book in high season. Even though there is a plethora of hotels in Prague, the capacity of accommodation remains below the tourist rush during peak periods in May-June and September-October. If you are looking for comfort or location of your hotel consider booking well in advance of your stay.

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Renting an apartment in Prague is an excellent solution that will allow you to combine independence with reduced costs. There is a wide choice between a luxurious apartment at Staré Město or a self-catering accommodation available for rent in a typical Prague neighbourhood. Many Prague-based agencies offer affordable rates, while a plethora of Airbnb-type web pages offer excellent rentals in all parts of the city.

Hotels. All categories exist from 1 to 5 stars. In Prague, prices are quite high in all categories. Those looking for luxury and comfort will be spoilt for choice with independent boutique hotels or palace hotels of major chains. These are indeed more and more numerous, fitted out in old palaces, large bourgeois residences (with period painted ceilings, vaults, etc.). Middle-class hotels are harder to find and offer a variety of services. Sometimes it is better to give them pensions. Most hotels include breakfast in their rates and offer full board since most of them have a restaurant. That said, there are so many restaurants that it would be a shame to stay in a hotel for dinner every day. As in many other countries, it is more advantageous to be in a couple or two. Few hotels have single rooms. And most of the time, when a single person occupies a double, he or she pays much more than half the price of the room..

Bed and breakfast. It is an increasingly popular solution, an alternative to cheap hotels. The rates range from 350 Kč to 650 Kč per person, a little more in the hyper-centre of Prague. But beware, there's really everything. At the Prague train station, private individuals may offer you rooms or apartments in their homes. You might come across a typical adorable little house or a sad building. In one family, you'll have delicious breakfasts, while in another you'll feel like you're considered a breadwinner and nothing else. It is also important to get the exact address so you don't end up in an underserved part of the city. You may prefer to go through an agency or the tourist office.

Youth hostels. The term "Hostel" is used to refer to establishments named "Hostel" in the Czech Republic. They often offer dormitory beds, the cheapest solution, with a shared bathroom, but also double and single rooms and apartments for some (beware, the rooms are then often much less advantageous than a hotel!). Some of the youth hostels are affiliated to the International Youth Hostel Association, others are not. The good news is that there are a lot of them in Prague. Taken by backpackers, backpackers, it is necessary to book in summer. We often meet great people and the atmosphere is quite festive!

Prague has a number of pleasant campsites that will delight holidaymakers who come with tents or camper vans. These are usually not in the city centre, but in a bucolic setting that gives the impression of being in the heart of the countryside, just a few dozen minutes from the centre. The most charming one is located on the island Císařská Louka in front of Smíchov metro station. In the summer these are quite popular so be sure to book beforehand.

Pensions, or penzions, are numerous in Prague and throughout the country. A boarding house is a family house that offers rooms. A more friendly atmosphere, therefore, the impression of being both at home and in a hotel. Nevertheless, in the Czech Republic the magic and attractiveness of this word has been understood. Many Western travellers are indeed looking for this type of establishment to be more "immersed in the culture of the country". And hotels have awarded themselves the title of "pension" to attract customers. So you can find everything: suburban housing blocks that offer a few rooms, charming houses that make bed and breakfast, cheap beds as well as luxury guesthouses offering services worthy of a palace. So watch out for what's behind that title. Fortunately, there are more good surprises and satisfactions than disappointments.