Even though Prague is not a big city, you can find many hotels here (if we count serviced apartments as well, we get very close to 1,000). The quality of accommodation is generally good and meets international standards. But there is no unitary system of classifying them, so the number of stars you will see displayed at a hotel doesn’t necessarily match with international regulations, so quite often, a 4-star hotel is, in fact, just a good 3-star hotel.
There are more and more hotels where you can stay at reasonable prices, ranging from 1000 CZK per person outside the city to 2,500 CZK close to the city centre. If you wish to stay in the centre, the most conveniently located hotels are in the Lesser Quarter, Old Town and Castle District (read accommodation best locations article). The majority of rooms have suite bathrooms, TVs, phones and usually continental breakfast included in the price. Some budget hotels, especially those in Prague’s suburbs, still offer shared facilities. Top hotels usually charge 7,000 CZK or more per person per night. There are also quite a few serviced apartments or pensions fairly close to the city. They usually offer quite good value with special weekly rates starting at 1,000 CZK a day for a double room. The usual check-in time is midday or 13.00 and check out time 11.00 or midday.
Hotels in the Czech Republic, including Prague, have a capacity total of more than 70,000 beds.