Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG) area hotel

Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG) area hotel

Prague Ruzyne Airport (PRG) area hotel

Holidaymakers and those on business in the Czech capital after premium accommodation within close proximity of Prague’s main Ruzyně international airport need look no further than this exceptional 4* Hot Rate hotel, situated just a stone’s throw from the airport complex. Hotwire customers are free to take advantage of unbeatable online deals on this hotel’s spacious, finely furnished double en-suite rooms, which are equipped with the latest amenities and free Wi-Fi internet. The hotel’s stylish café and restaurant offers guests a complimentary continental breakfast as well as a la carte authentic Czech dining during the evenings, whilst guests are also afforded access to the modern fitness suite and nearby tennis courts. Those in the Czech capital on business are free to conduct meetings and hold conferences in the onsite business centre.

Located just west of Prague’s historic heart and only 5 km from the capital’s major international airport, this Hot Rate hotel is the ideal base from which to explore this phenomenal European city. As one of the busiest airports on the continent, Ruzyně flies to a multitude of international destinations worldwide each year via both budget and premium airlines, making it the natural choice for business and leisure travellers.

By choosing this Hot Rate hotel, guests are spoilt for choice in terms of pristine woodland and lush parkland in the local area. Despite being just a few minutes from Prague’s historic landmarks in the city centre, the west of the capital is characterised by the green expanses of Obora Hvězda, Divoká Šárka and Přírodní Šárka-Lysolaje public parks which are ideal for relaxing and picnicking in during the warmer summer months.

Undoubtedly Prague’s most iconic tourist destination is the Prague Castle, which enshrines and symbolises the city’s captivating history. Since its establishment as a royal residence in 870 AD, the castle has been home to the early Kings of Bohemia, Holy Roman Emperors and former Presidents of Czechoslovakia. Its numerous palaces, churches, banqueting halls, guard towers and gardens combine to make it the largest ancient castle in the world and thousands of tourists flock to it each year in order to experience its inimitable historic atmosphere. Whilst most of the castle complex is open to the public all year round, the Bohemian crown jewels are only on show for one week during the summer.

Other must-see landmarks and tourist attractions accessible on foot include the Petrin Watchtower, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, the Astronomical Clock and the Powder Tower.