About the hotel

The Clarion Congress Hotel Prague is suitable for sightseeing and business trips. We will accommodate you in luxurious rooms and suites, provide you with meals and refreshments in two restaurants, arrange your conference and you can have a drink with friends or business partners in the lobby bar.

The centre of Prague can be reached by the B metro line in 10 minutes, and the O2 arena is just a 10 minutes' walk. The hotel is connected to the Fénix Shopping Gallery, a wellness and fitness centre and extensive underground car parks. You will find everything you need under one roof during your stay with us.

559 rooms
2,500 delegates
4,000 m2
29 conference
rooms

General information

14:00

Check-In - You can arrive earlier, but please let us know in advance so we can make arrangements. Our reception is at your disposal 24/7. We look forward to seeing you.

12:00

Check-Out - If you need to leave at a later time, please contact us in advance. We will be happy to assist you if possible :)


You will find extensive conference areas, restaurants, a shopping centre and wellness and fitness facilities all under one roof. The metro can be accessed directly from the hotel. You can reach the centre of Prague in 10 minutes. The O2 Arena is 5-minutes` walk away.

  • 24-hour reception
  • Parking for cars and buses
  • 2 restaurants
  • Lobby bar
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Fully wheelchair accessible
  • Non-smoking hotel
  • Wellness and fitness centre
  • Fénix Shopping Gallery
  • Direct access to metro B - Vysočanská

Awards

Due to the high quality of our services and accommodation we have received many prestigious awards, many of them repeatedly. Every award is a guarantee of quality during your stay with us. See a brief overview.

HolidayCheck 5/6

2019

Guest Review Awards 2019

Booking.com

Loved by Guests Winner 2018

Hotels.com

Clarion Hotel of the Year 2019

Choice Hotels

Hotel surroundings

Prague – one of the world's most beautiful and popular cities is a true architectural gem thanks to its mixture of urban styles. Monuments from the Romanesque, Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau and Cubist periods give the city an extraordinary character. The famous history of the city dates from the 9th century. It had the reputation of one of the most beautiful cities in Europe as early as the Medieval age and was called "golden", "hundred-spired", "crown of the world" or "stone dream".

What to see in Prague
  • Prague Castle
  • Charles Bridge
  • Old Town Square with its 600 year-old astronomical clock
  • The Powder Tower and Municipal House
  • Vyšehrad
  • Strahov Monastery
Shopping tips
  • Fénix Shopping Gallery
  • Palladium on Náměstí Republiky
  • Centrum Chodov
  • Nový Smíchov Shopping Mall