Our Czech Republic hotel is one of the most perfectly situated hotels in Prague, allowing you to immerse yourself in the heart of this stunningly beautiful and historically rich city.
Bursting at the seams with magnificent architecture styles from throughout history, Prague oozes culture from every pore, from the city trams to Prague Castle and the heart of Old Town.
With the Florence Underground Metro Station and Tram stops sitting opposite Jurys Inn Prague, all our guests have easy access to the city’s major transport links. So, whether you’re visiting the Petrin View Tower or headed to a business meeting, Jurys Inn is ideally situated for you to experience all that Prague has to offer.
For guests wishing to enjoy a little retail therapy, The Palladium Shopping Centre (the largest in the Czech Republic) is an easy ten-minute stroll from our hotel. For guests wishing to explore local produce and products, the Havelske Trziste open market offers a more locally cultured shopping experience, and is situated just a 20-minute walk from Jurys Inn.
From a standard double to the superior range, Jurys Inn Prague offers 214 stylish rooms all designed to provide ultimate comfort away from home. Each room includes:
If you need a wheelchair-friendly room, our accessible bedrooms are designed to the highest specifications and include:
We also have accessible toilets in public areas throughout the hotel, and lifts to all floors.
Jurys Inn Prague offers a stylish on-site bar, perfect for those wishing to relax with a beverage after soaking up the capital’s culture and attractions or a long day of business.
Enjoy a meal at our Prague hotel contemporary restaurant, which offers a range of delicious dishes. Room service is also available from 6:30am to 11:00pm, with full details on the room service menu in your hotel room.
Jurys Inn Prague offers 2 state-of-the-art Meeting Rooms which are able to accommodate up to 160 guests, as well as event staff on hand to ensure your meeting runs as smoothly as possible.
Whether you are planning a meeting, training session or a sales presentation, Jurys Meetings are perfectly tailored to the business traveller.
Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock
The Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock is a Prague must-see. Dating back to the 14th Century, the Town Hall has an fascinating history, having played a significant role in many of the city’s major events including the selection of the King of Bohemia and the bombardment by tanks in 1945.
Despite weathering a colourful history of events, the Town Hall and Astronomical Clock are still standing, with the clock tower oozing beautiful Gothic architecture. The unique Astronomical Clock draws in crowds of tourists every hour to view the procession of apostles, running everyday between 9am and 11pm.
The Old Town Hall and Astronomical Clock is a leisurely 20-minute walk from Jurys Inn Prague.
Old Town Bridge Tower
Prague is full of beautiful historic architectural styles and the Old Bridge Tower is no exception. Considered one of the best examples of High Gothic architecture in all of Europe, the bridge tower forms the entrance to the Charles Bridge from Old Town.
Although originally built for defence, the building features many sculptural decorations with unique and beautiful statues and reliefs, making it an important part of the Royal Way and a Prague monument not to be missed.
Opening hours are dependent on the time of year but roughly vary between 10am to 6-10pm. The Tower is a 25-minute walk from Jurys Inn Prague and full admission costs around £2.50.
Locally Produced Beers
In Old Town, you’ll be able to see and visit the Town Square, the Town Hall with its famous Astronomical Clock, the Municipal House, the Franz Kafka Exposition, and the State Theatre. The Jewish Quarter, which is home to the Jewish museum (a restored Spanish synagogue with a Moorish-style dome), is located within the Old Town.
The Czech Republic is very proud of their locally produced beers and regards them as a national treasure. However, discovering the best Czech beers can be a challenge, with a general difference of opinion as to which is the geatest.
The Gambrinus is popular, though Kozel’s Medium won the best Czech beer award, while many locals claim the Pilsner Urquell is the best. The easiest way to judge is, of course, to try for yourself. Here are three fantastic pubs ready to serve you the local brews:
U HoudkÅ¯ is a cheap neighbourhood pub with hearty brews from the ÄŒeský Krumlov area (served in light and dark versions) with typical Czech pub food and an easy 25-minute walk from our hotel.
U Provaznice: This is a fantastic pub with great décor. It’s reasonably priced and draws in a nice mix of locals and tourists for an enjoyable beer discovery evening. U Provaznice is a short 20 minute walk from Jurys Inn Prague.
U VejvodÅ¯: A leisurely 24 minute walk takes you to U VejvodÅ¯, which offers a range of local beers at a good price (£1.20 for half a litre). The decor is unique, and provides a fantastic atmosphere in which to enjoy a drink or two.
For more city attractions please take a look at our Prague City Guide.
Exploring beyond Prague
Aside from Prague, there are many other places to see in the Czech Republic, including:
Travelling to and from our hotel in Prague
Prague is just a short flight from most of the UK’s iconic cities. To help with your travel plans, here are some useful approximate flight durations from four UK cities:
Manchester to Prague: 2 hours 5 minutes
Birmingham to Prague: 2 hours
Leeds to Prague: 2 hours 15 minutes
London to Prague 2 hours