Residence Belgicka, Vinohrady, Prague 2

MaMaison Residence Belgicka in Vinohrady is one of these residences where you may sometimes feel at home. The staff is friendly, but not over you every time you come in and out of the residence, and you live in a nice residential area, with a few expats around.

A cozy apart hotel with budget prices

This modern and cosy residence offers 24 large apartments, and 6 studios. And they offer a lot of free services, life wifi in your room, a fitness centre, a sauna, laundry room, and 24h reception!

The rates are very good, and the cheaper rooms (studios, 30 to 40m2) will be in the range of 60-70 EUR per night. Should you wish to get a one-bedroom or two bedroom apartment (they range from 45 to 70 m2) you’ll have to pay slightly more, but will often find rates below 100 EUR, as long as you book your room early enough. Considering that these larger apartments can fit 4 to 6 people, it will definitely be a good budget option.

To find more on Belgicka residence, as well as MaMaison hotels and residences, you may have a look at their website.

Accomodation in Prague

There are hundreds and hundreds of hotels in Prague and it’s easy to get lost. Many new hotels have opened in Prague since 2005, and it’s true that the hotel offer is now very good. You can find accommodation for any budget and still be in the centre. From the youth hostel at 10-15 euro per night in the centre, to the luxury hotel that will cost you more than 500 euros a night, you do have a great choice.

Instead of giving you a huge list of hotels, telling you which ones are good or bad value for money, we prefer selecting a few hotels, residences, or hostels that we like or dislike, and give you an in-depth review.

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Prague hotels, current low prices!

Prague hotel market has taken quite a big hit over the past 18 months. With the recession and new hotels opening in the city, prices have sharply decreased. This is definitely good news for tourists, who can now afford to go to quality hotels in the centre for sometimes less than 100 euros per night. Standard accommodation has also experienced a downward trend, which means that people on a shoe string budget will also find a good deal of cheap hotels, with room nights at less than 50 euros, even in the centre!

Thus, this is a great opportunity to come and visit Prague. And don’t worry, in any season Prague is a charming and bustling city where you’ll always have some place to visit, some restaurant to go eating and somewhere to go enjoying your time!