Cheapest Marriott Hotel In Prague


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We have reviewed the best Marriott hotels in Prague to determine whether they are right for you. Now, we look at your cheapest options. Prague has no Ritz-Carlton, so you need to pick one of the properties below to stay in a Marriott Bonvoy hotel.

The prices in this article are based on a stay of 16-20 July 2024. Rates were correct at the time of writing. May through September are great months to visit Prague for the balmy weather. December is great for the Christmas Markets, and you have a good chance of seeing the city coated in snow from December to the end of February. Remember to book your next Marriott stay to Prague or any other destination via our luxury travel concierge for extra free benefits.

1. Courtyard Prague City

While we would not reccomend Courtyard Prague City to the luxury traveler, this downtown Prague hotel falls under the Marriott Bonvoy brand and offers reasonable rooms. Rates here are cheap, compared to the luxury hotels in our listing, and start at 2,505 CZK per night, making this the cheapest Marriott hotel in our listing, but bear in mind that this is budget accommodation.

2. Prague Marriott Hotel

The Prague Marriott Hotel is no beauty from the outside. This modern, blocky hotel welcomes you to the Czech Republic with a great location near the city center’s Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, and other legendary attractions.

This Marriott hotel has an M Club lounge open 24/7 and offers one of the best club lounges in Prague.

Rooms offer renovated decor, deluxe pillow top mattresses, high-speed Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Treat yourself to a perfectly cooked meal at The Artisan restaurant or enjoy a coffee at The Artisan Corner, the hotel’s on-site coffee lounge. Stay energized during your Prague visit with a workout in our gym.

Prices here in July start at around 10,379 CZK per night, making this the cheapest luxury Marriott hotel in Florence in our listing.

3. W Prague

W Prague has yet to open but will be located in the heart of the capital. W Prague will open its doors at the former and well-renowned Grand Hotel Evropa.

This radical art nouveau-style property pushed boundaries when it opened in 1905 and will do so again with the W brand’s progressive design and innovative spirit. The hotel is a renovation of the former Grand Hotel Evropa. Its historic structure and lasting elements are combined with a new modern oval-shaped extension to create an intriguing blend of old-world glamour with bold new concepts.

W Prague will offer 161 stylish guestrooms and suites, including the Extreme Wow (Presidential) Suite and multiple exciting restaurants and bars. The new hotel will revive the Grand Cafe, invite thirsty guests to the infamous W Lounge, and feature a Rooftop bar with an outdoor terrace.

Prices have not been released for the W Prague yet, but I expect the standard rates at this hotel to be cheaper than Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, but more expensive than the Prague Marriott Hotel.

4. Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague

Augustine, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Prague (pictured above) is located in the radiant heart of Prague’s Lesser Town, right below Prague Castle and steps away from Charles Bridge.

This hotel is one of the best luxury hotels in Prague and is a beautiful example of Prague’s history, character, and beauty. It is part of Marriott’s Luxury Collection. This hotel is surrounded by deep history and energy inspired by the 13th-century Augustine monastery, which is interconnected with the hotel and is still active, with four monks living there.

The hotel is directly connected to Baroque St. Thomas Church. It offers special tours where guests can experience an authentic Augustinian monastery and a 13th-century library without stepping outside the hotel.

The property offers 101 individually furnished contemporary rooms and suites in various categories, including four exquisite signature suites that will inspire guests. They were designed by Olga Polizzi in 2009.

Experience local food and beverage in Augustine Restaurant and Terrace, Refectory Bar, or the tranquil Sundial Garden and Arcades.

Prices here in July start at around 13,564 CZK per night, making this the most expensive luxury Marriott hotel in Prague.

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