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From the effortlessly cool bar to the elegant rooms decorated with original art, Tábor's first and only boutique hotel is pure class, and surprisingly affordable for such international ambience right on the main square...
The fully renovated Hotel Mario stands head and shoulders above any of the smaller hotels or pensions in the Valtice-Lednice area...
This beautifully reconstructed, family-run hotel comprises a main building and an annex, two doors down. The updated rooms are done out in cheerful tiles and stained glass. The baths are as stylish as the rooms...
This relatively recent addition to the Znojmo hotel scene turns out to be easily one of the nicest small hotels in this part of the Czech Republic. The setting is a 13th-century house close to the main square...
Set in the heart of the Old Town, this clean and stylish hostel opened in 2011 and still smells and looks brand new. The rooms are named after famous Moravians (like Milan Kundera) or famous events (Austerlitz) and decorated accordingly...
Seriously stylish, this relatively new hotel has raised the bar in spa town, with soothingly modern treatment facilities, classy rooms and a vegetarian-friendly Asian restaurant.
'Since 1533' says the sign, but we're pretty sure Zvon ‒ one of the city's leading hotels ‒ has been renovated since then...
No accounting of KV's hotels would be complete without mentioning the granddaddy, the Pupp, whose history dates back to the 18th century. Take a look at a few rooms, as layouts and furnishings differ from wing to wing...
Set in a quiet neighbourhood a 10-minute walk from the centre, this self-proclaimed ‘art’ hotel (presumably for the wacky futuristic lobby furniture) offers clean and tastefully furnished modern rooms in a historic 19th-century building...
The ‘Pearl’ on Pearl St is typical of the slinky, appealing designer hotels that have sprung up all over central Prague...
Hunger Wall Residence
The Hunger Wall offers bright, stylish, modernised apartments at very reasonable rates...
Žižkov & Karlín
The Alwyn is the first designer hotel to appear in the up-and-coming district of Karlín...
The 11 rooms at this spot near the main square are tasteful enough to almost push the Rango into 'boutique hotel' status. Downstairs there's a good restaurant.
Look forward to great views from the Ontario, and just maybe Karlovy Vary's friendliest team on reception. They call the stylishly appointed lodgings 'rooms', but they're actually compact apartments. The hotel is a stiff five-minute walk uphill.
CK's flashest hotel fills the old Jesuit college and is popular with tour groups who enjoy a bit of medieval bling...
Polished parquet floors and painted wooden ceilings abound in this 18th-century house designed by Prague's premier baroque architect, Kilian Dientzenhofer...
Hotel Pod Špilberkem
Tucked away near the castle are these quiet rooms, all clustered around a central courtyard. The secure car park is a good option for self-drive travellers.
KV's not short of top-end hotels, but most lack the personal touch of the family-owned Embassy, with its riverside location and perfectly pitched heritage rooms. The hotel's pub and restaurant have seen visits from plenty of film-fest luminaries.
This rather modern building across from St Bartholomew Church has an excellent location, right on the main square. The renovated rooms are clean and inviting, with the best rooms being those that face the square.
The Hotel Budweis opened its doors in 2010, hived out of an old grain mill with a picturesque canal-side setting. The owners have opted for a smart contemporary look. All of the rooms have air-conditioning and are wheelchair accessible...
Andel's Hotel Prague
Smíchov & Vyšehrad
This sleek designer hotel, all stark contemporary in white with black and red accents, has floor-to-ceiling windows, DVD and CD players, internet access and modern art in every room. The bathrooms are a wonderland of polished chrome and frosted glass...
Grand Hotel Praha
Three lovely baroque buildings on the Old Town Square have been converted into a luxury hotel with large, well-appointed rooms filled with heavy antique furniture and rugs, paintings, wooden floors and chandeliers...