Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
About the hotel
Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town should be on your list when you’re planning a holiday or a business trip. Stay in accommodation that will immerse you in the atmosphere of historic Prague. Old Town Square with the historical Orloj astronomical clock and Tyn Church are within an easy 10-minute walk.
If you can’t keep your eyes off the charms of the capital, reserve a room with a balcony or a rooftop terrace. You’ll be sure to enjoy your evening drink while sitting there. And what about a company barbeque ? That’ll definitely be an event your guests will be sure to remember.
to Old Town
Check-In - You may arrive early, but please contact us in advance so we can agree on the particulars. Our reception is available at any time 24/7. We’re looking forward to your visit.
Check-Out - Please contact us in advance if you need to arrange for a late departure. We’d be happy to assist whenever possible :)
A hotel in the heart of Prague on the bank of the Vltava River is ideal if you are looking to experience the true atmosphere of historic Prague and avoid large crowds of tourists. Everything is just a few steps away. Old Town Square is 10 minutes away and the famous Prague riverside is less than 5-minute’s walk.
- 24-hour reception
- Garage parking 5 minutes from the hotel
- Benada restaurant
- Lobby bar
- Wi-Fi free
- Barrier-free room available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Náměstí Republiky 5-minute’s walk
Due to the high quality of our services and accommodation we have received many prestigious awards, many of them repeatedly. Every award is a guarantee of quality during your stay with us. See a brief overview.
8.3 out of 10 ratingBooking.com
4 out of 5 ratingTripAdvisor
Prague is one of the most beautiful and most popular tourist destinations and is a true architectural gem thanks to its mix of urban styles. Historic buildings and monuments from the Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau and, last but not least, Cubist periods give the city an extraordinary character. The famous history of the city dates back to the 9th century. It was renowned as far back as medieval times as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and was given the attributes "golden", “of a hundred spires", "crown of the world" or "stone dream”