These days design hotels are de rigeur but 987, which has been in Prague for the past twelve years, surviving while their Barcelona and Buenos Aires branches have been forced to shut, offers fantastic value. The decor is sleek and stylish yet with the odd playful splash of colour; the breakfast buffet is piled high with mouthwatering pastries and other tasty treats; the location is convenient both for Prague’s main train station and the Old Town sights.
Although Prague has the broad range of accommodations you would expect in such a hugely popular destination, both cost and quality can vary wildly. Without being in the know, it can be tough to track down a decent deal, but thankfully we’ve done the legwork for you by pulling together this list of chic digs and discreet boltholes which pair luxury with thrift (not to mention proximity to some of the city's top attractions, museums, bars and restaurants). Whether you opt to lay your head in a cosy Art Nouveau architectural gem or to hire a captain’s suite with Jacuzzi in an out-of-town botel, there are abundant options guaranteed to make your stay in Bohemia a memorable one.