From 649
Available from:
21 March 2023
Available to:
8 October 2023
Paris + 9 cities
2 to 14 nights
1 to 14
Meal plan:
accommodation only
Star rating:
3 stars
Transport  Transfer non included  Perfect for couples  Free Wi-Fi 


Konviktská 296, 110 00 Staré Město, Czech Republic

GPS: 50.083242749674, 14.416026976532

The charming 3-star Cloister Inn is ideally situated in the heart of the romantic city of Prague. This Prague hotel Charles Bridge close proximity to major tourist attractions will allow you to make the most out of your 3-day, 2-night stay in the Central Bohemian Region. Journey back in time and discover “The City of a Hundred Spires” on foot, along the winding cobblestone paths to the picturesque Charles Bridge (less than 500 metres away), Prague Castle (the third largest castle in the world) and the Old Town Square (Staroměstské náměstí). Despite its nickname, the city’s skyline is dramatically decorated with more than a thousand towers and spires. The city’s historical influences are clearly reflected in its stunningly diverse architectural styles that range from modern, Gothic, medieval, cubist, Renaissance, baroque, contemporary to Art Nouveau.

We invite you to come hungry for adventure when you stay at Prague Hotel Charles Bridge, not only does the hotel serve scrumptious buffet breakfasts but it is also a short walking distance away from trendy bars, gourmet restaurants and live performances. Did you know that the city of Prague is famous for its beer culture and that it’s the birthplace of pilsner? Whether you’re a night owl or an early bird there is always something exciting to do in the city of a hundred spires.

Discover Prague from 649 per person for a 3-day and 2-night stay (transfers not included). Non-contractual information as of 28 May 2024.


Departures available from: Bordeaux, Brussels, Geneva, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris, Strasbourg and Toulouse.

  • The hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of the Old Town of Prague, along the bank of the picturesque Vltava River.
  • Walking distance from major tourist attractions that include: medieval ruins, palaces, gardens, bridges, towers, theatres, museums, art galleries, historical and religious monuments.
  • The spacious, air-conditioned rooms offer a comfortable and cost-effective stay.
  • Prague Castle is not only the most historically significant site in the Czech Republic, but also the largest ancient castle in the world. It is believed that the castle (erected in the Hradčany district), was first built in 880 by the Duke of Bohemia, Bořivoj I, of the Premyslid Dynasty (the first Christian prince of Bohemia). The Church of the Virgin Mary was the first walled building to be erected on the 753,474 square metres, followed by the St. George Basilica (920) and the beautiful Gothic-style St Vitus Cathedral (930). Not only has it historically been the seat of many princes, kings and a Holy Roman Emperor but it also housed the exiled French king Charles X and his retinue in 1832.
  • The country’s historical influences are clearly reflected in its eclectic mix of European architectural styles. The capital of the Czech Republic is commonly referred to as the “City of a Hundred Spires” or “The golden city of one hundred spires”, but contrary to what nickname suggests, there are more than a thousand documented spires, towers, turrets and steeples throughout Prague.
  • The city of Prague is known and appreciated worldwide for its musical and literary culture. Their wooden puppet mastery has earned them a spot on the UNESCO list of intangible cultural heritage in 2003. This remarkable city is also home to Barrandov Studios, Europe’s largest film studio.
  • Should your booking be affected by Covid-19 restrictions, you will be issued a 100% refund (credit notes do not apply).
  • Hotel reception is available 24/7. Room amenities include: TV, safe, desk and bathroom. Laundry services are an optional extra.
  • Front desk staff will be available to assist you with transfer arrangements to and from Prague Airport (11 km).