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Beneath Europe’s best preserved Medieval city lies a heart of commerce and industry, catering for its business visitors with world-class conference venues and hotels. Aside from its majestic castles, golden spires and bridges for which it is known, Prague’s top 10 ICCA ranking is testament to its reputation as one of the world’s top meeting destinations.
ALLOCABO helps you to quickly and easy find, compare and book the ideal meeting hotel in the city of Prague with the right meeting and conference facilities. We make sourcing – and booking – the ideal venue quick and easy. Simply send your event inquiry to up to 10 conference hotels at the same time and receive individual proposals in less than 24 hours. You can then easily review, compare and amend proposals for your event in Prague. For the best online prices and to book directly with the venue hotel you wish to host your event or meeting at, use ALLOCABO.
Prague is situated in the heart of the Bohemian Basin, surrounded by mountains and shaped by the Vlata River which runs through the city comprising 10 districts. The old town, Staré Město, dates back to the 13th century and is home to Prague’s most popular tourist attractions. Malá Strana is the most exclusive neighbourhood in Prague, popular for shopping and dining with its many fine boutiques and restaurants, as is Josefov, the Jewish Quarter.
Nové Město is the Centre of Prague, abuzz with nightclubs and theatres, with Žižkov a similarly popular nightlife area, believed to have more bars per square kilometer than any other neighbourhood in Europe. Vínohrady is a quiet area, close to the city centre and well connected to other locations through Prague’s main train station, Hlavni Nadrazi.
Nusle is known for the largest bridge in the Czech Republic which bears its name and connects two parts of the city. Located on the West Bank is Smíchov – an industrialised area with some hidden gems amongst its newly renovated buildings.
Prague’s second international train station, Holesovice Nadrazi is situated in Holešovice with many excellent hotels nearby.
Whilst the quiet residential neighbourhood of Letná is a pleasant area to stay, it is also home to Prague’s football stadium on the outskirts, creating a vibrant atmosphere during match days. Karlín is a little known area of Prague and outwith the usual tourist hotspots, which makes this an ideal place to experience authentic Prague life; quiet too, are Libeň with its colourful townhouses and pleasant walks, and the district of Vršovice.
With so many options, you may find it difficult to choose just one venue. Perhaps you are considering the Radisson Blue Alcron Hotel, but are drawn to the neo-Baroque Boccaccio ballroom at the Grand Hotel Bohemia? Alternatively, you may be caught between the Mandarin Oriental Prague and the Park Inn Hotel Prague? Perhaps the roof terrace of the Hotel Pod Věží seems like a good venue for socialising, but the district of Dejvice is preferable to Malá Strana?
At ALLOCABO, finding the right hotel for your event, workshop or conference in Prague is simple; our intuitive online platform saves you valuable time and money and makes the hotel venue search in Prague quick and easy. Simply start your online search with your desired area in Prague where you’d like to host your event and receive a selection of the best hotel venues. Review available conference facilities, capacity and hotel rooms and send a request for proposal for free and without any obligation. Compare hotels and meeting rooms across whichever criteria you need to create the best conference and event experience in Prague.
As a top meeting destination world-wide, Prague offers a huge selection of business venues for any size of corporate event. The NH Collection Prague offers excellent conference facilities, as well as a Sky Lounge and swimming pool. For a stay with a distinctly Italian theme, there is the Boscolo Prague Autograph Collection, or for a Parisian feel, the Hotel Century Old Town Prague – MGallery By Sofitel offers a delightfully French style venue for your event. Should you be looking for a room with a view of the city, the Astoria Hotel and Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Prague, can oblige. Offering 11 conference rooms for up to 750 people, the Prague Marriott is a popular choice for business events, as is the Lindner Hotel Prague Castle which also boasts a fitness area and tennis court. NH Prague City, ideally located in a quieter area around 12 minutes from the city centre, features two restaurants and a venue for up to 400 people, whilst the Holiday Inn Prague Airport is well located for international guests. Both the Motel One Prague and Ibis Praha Old Town 3-star hotels offer great facilities with a hotel bar and lounge, and for extreme luxury, try the Hotel Savoy, Four Seasons Hotel Prague and the Hotel Paris Prague.
Looking for something a little different? Prague also has a great choice of alternative boutique and trendy hotels, such as Hotel Residence Agnes, Hotel Golden Crown, Gregory House and the Barceló Old Town Praha – a friendly urban hotel next to the famous Powder Tower. The Art Nouveau Palace Hotel can accommodate your guests in Art Deco style in their convention hall, piano room and gourmet club restaurant, and the 4 star Vienna House Andel’s Prague with its British designer interiors offers guests a contemporary feel.
Maybe you’ve chosen the InterContinental Prague and want to check transport links to Letná? Or perhaps you can’t decide between Vyšehrad and Prague city centre? Looking for a venue which can take up to 600 people? With the help of ALLOCABO and our conference hotel venue sourcing and booking platform you can choose your hotel and meeting rooms right down to the last details. Many business hotels and hotel congresses in Prague offer pool, fitness or spa facilities, with valet parking and a concierge service – all your guests need to feel pampered during their stay.
When stating your preferences using our online request for proposal form, please also indicate what room equipment you require for your event, such as a projector or whiteboard, teleconference facilities or free internet.
Getting from A to B is simple in Prague; the main airport, Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG) serves as a hub for a number of premium and budget airlines. Prague has two large train hubs which connect travellers to many parts of Europe and provides great connections to most parts of the city both with S-line suburban trains and the Metro. Visitors will also find convenient tram stops throughout, to allow easy travelling to and from the many tourist attractions which the city has to offer.
Prague is also an excellent place to celebrate special occasions, from anniversaries to Christmas banquets or cocktail receptions. Most hotels with meeting facilities – even in the 2 star and 3 star range, are equipped with a breakfast/lunch room and a restaurant to enable you to stay and dine in the evening with guests after your event. However, if you’re looking for something more in Prague, you will find that many of the 4 star and 5 star houses have open spaces such as roof terraces, gardens or private areas to relax in. Many of the first-class hotels also provide a range of deluxe rooms, superior rooms, club rooms, junior suites, executive suites and presidential suites.
When making your free enquiry, simply enter the number of nights and guests who will be staying to ensure that the venue can provide you with the most suitable proposal. It is also good to know in advance your desired conference room seating arrangement (parliamentary, cinema seating, block form, U-shape) as some seating arrangements will affect the maximum capacity of each room available.
Whatever your equipment needs, most business hotels in Prague will have electric screens, free W-LAN and other standard equipment on site. Our local partners can plan your event with you, right down to the finer details of your day, from flowers and table decorations to flip charts and noticeboards.
Prague’s hotels also offer superb catering packages, with a huge variety of beverage and lunch options, from coffee breaks with snacks to fruit and pastries in the morning and/or afternoon, lunch and dinner. Lunch and evening meal options vary between buffet service, plate service, 2-course, 3-course, 4-course or gala menu.
Prague offers plenty of activities and tourist attractions to keep your guests entertained. Visit Vyšehrad – a 10th century historic fort, Prague Castle and of course the famous St. George’s Basilica within the castle grounds. Architectural wonders such as the National Museum, the Petřín Lookout Tower, (inspired by the Eiffel Tower) on Petřín Hill, Charles Bridge, and the Prague Dancing House – an unusual design, contrasting with the traditional building styles in Prague – are popular attractions, as is the Prague Astronomical Clock. The more municipal buildings of the Clementinum, Old Town Hall and Municipal House are less popular but well worth a visit, as is Powder Tower, one of the original 13 city gates of the city with its origins dating back to the 11th century.
The Strahov Monastery, St. Vitus Cathedral, and the Church of Our Lady before Týn are easily reached and well worth a visit, with the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the largest of its kind in Europe. One curious and popular site is the Lennon Wall, a wall mural filled with John Lennon inspired grafitti, ever-changing as the public leave their mark upon visiting.
If you wish to take your guests exploring, try the Old Town Square, Wenceslas Square, Golden Lane – so named due to the goldsmiths which lived there – or Kampa Island which sits in the Vltava river and is perfect for nature lovers. Or perhaps take your guests to visit Karlštejn Castle, one of the Czech Republic’s most beautiful castles and a stunning example of 14th century architecture.
Prague offers a huge range of culinary experiences; for a Nordic-Asian menu, there is the Levitate Restaurant, or the historic restaurant and confectionery, Café Savoy. Enjoy fine dining in the monastic surroundings of the Augustine Restaurant, or book a table at the Michelin-starred Field restaurant, courtesy of celebrity Chef Radek Kašpárek.
With so many nightlife hotspots in downtown Prague, every evening can be a totally different experience. SaSaZu, which can take up to 2500 guests is one of the biggest dance clubs in Prague. For those who love a little electronic dance music, EPIC Prague will deliver. Also, Mecca Club Prague in the Holešovice district attracts many international acts, and MeetFactory Music covers all genres of art and theatre to music concerts held in their factory hall.
Prague attracts many thousands of tourists to its trade shows each year, amongst them, the PRAGODENT dental fair, BIOSTYL – ECOWORLD; a health food and ecological products fair. The building and construction trade fair, DREVOSTAVBY, is held at the beginning of each year, and the Top Gastro & Hotel trade fair, held at Prague’s Holešovice Exhibition grounds both attract many thousands of visitors each year.
As well as the many music festivals which take place each year in Prague, you will also find the Prague Winter Festival, and Witches’ Night – a spring tradition of celebrating the end of Winter, with bonfires held on Petrin Hill. For beer lovers there is the Czech Beer Festival and ever popular Prague Fringe Festival, modelled on the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.
Data and Facts about Prague:
Some of the more popular venue hotels in Prague include: Intercontinental Prague, Marriott Prague, Hilton Prague Old Town, Panorama Hotel Prague, Corinthia Hotel Prague, Hotel Century Old Town Prague MGallery By Sofitel, Courtyard by Marriott Prague Airport, Occidental (Barceló) Praha Five, Green Garden Hotel and the Park Inn by Radisson Hotel Prague.