The Best Prague Hotels for Families

Updated: January 9, 2017

The 9 Best Kid Friendly Hotels in Prague

  • BoHo Prague Hotel
    The Family Room sleeps family of 4. Great location.
    Hotel phone: +420 234 622 600
    Nice hotel in Prague that allows kids.
  • Best Western Hotel Kinsky Garden
    Family Room sleeps family of 4. Not quite as central but very good value.
    Hotel phone: +420 257 311 173
    Inexpensive family hotel in Prague.
  • Hotel Paris Prague
    Family Tower Suite has 2 queen beds and a sofa bed, sleeps family of 5.
    Hotel phone: +420 222 195 195
    Centrally located family hotel in Prague.
  • Apartments U Malvaze
    Family Two Bedroom Suite has 1 king, 2 twin beds, and sleeps family of 4.
    Hotel phone: +420 226 211 170
    Family hotel in Prague for family of 5.
  • Hotel Unic Prague
    Deluxe Two Bedroom Suites and Family Suites sleep family of 4.
    Hotel phone: +420 222 312 521
    Prague hotel for families with 4 people.
  • James House Residence
    Three Bedroom Apartment with Kitchenette sleeps family of 8.
    Hotel phone: +420 778 744 199
    Prague hotel for family of 4.
  • Alchymist Grand Hotel and Spa
    Family Room sleeps family of 4.
    Hotel phone: +420 257 286 011
    5-star hotel in Prague for families.
  • U Kapra Apartments
    One Bedroom Apartments sleep family of 4. Two Bedroom Apartments sleeps 6.
    Hotel phone: +420 222 311 084
    Large family suite in Prague with kitchen and separate sleeping areas.
  • Mooo Hotel
    One Bedroom Apartment sleeps family of 4. Suite with Terrace sleeps 6.
    Hotel phone: +420 226 200 116
    Family hotel in Prague with kitchen.

2 questions and comments

  1. Where To Stay in Prague for Families

    This will be our first trip to Prague and we’re traveling with 2 children (ages 6 and 10). Could you describe the best areas of Prague to stay. We’d love to be within walking distance of the main sites (are they in the town center?) but don’t mind taking the bus or subway either. We’re always looking for that perfect neighborhood which has local restaurants, not over-run with tourists, and is centrally located. Also, we have 3 full days in Prague, would you recommend renting a car or will we be busy with things to do in Prague itself?

    1. DavidDavid My Little Nomads

      There are many great areas to stay, depending on what you want. Most of the main sites are in the center and once you’re there everything is highly walkable. Since it sounds like you want something away from the tourist traps with a more local feel, I’d suggest Vinohrady. It’s just outside the immediate hub of tourist activity but with a more local and upscale feel. Think cool coffee shops and farmers markets. There are tons of restaurants, bakeries, boutiques, etc. and you’ll have a better sense of how locals live. If you wanted something a bit quieter, the area near Prague Castle called Mala Strana is great for tourists who want a slower pace. It has a village like feel while being walking distance to many main tourist sites. If you wanted to live more like a local, you could also try the slightly more residential area Karlin with its beautiful art nouveau buildings. The area you probably want to avoid is Old Town, the most touristy part of the city. Wherever you stay, in addition to the major sights, it’s very much worth taking a stroll up to the Prague Castle (on the opposite side of the river from the Old Town) and its surrounding areas. At a higher elevation, this side of the city has lots of parks and places to take in the view. One kid friendly place is Petrin Hill which has a funicular that goes up to the top. Once there you’ll have great views, a mirror maze for kids, pony rides on the weekends, and a rose garden. You won’t need to rent a car because getting around is very easy between the city center being very walkable, the reliable metro system, and the even better tram system. The trams run frequently, have a time table at each stop and offer you the advantage of being above ground and have lots of stops all over the city. Depending on when you visit, you can take the Nostalgic Tram no. 91 (which runs from April to mid November) and is a unique way to see the city inexpensively. It goes past most of the main tourist sights (Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, etc.) and won’t be too touristy as it’s not widely advertised.

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