Hotels near Generali Arena
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The Generali Arena is the oldest football (soccer) stadium in Prague. Opening in 1921 and holding some 19,000 fans, it had renovations in 2005 and now holds over 20,000 people. It’s home to Club Spartan Prague and occasionally home to the Czech Republic’s National Football Team.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Generali Arena

Boutique Hotel Seven Days
Boutique Hotel Seven Days
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9.2
Excellent
Zitna 46-572, Prague
from $94
Mamaison Hotel Riverside Prague
Mamaison Hotel Riverside Prague
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8.3
Excellent
Janáckovo Nabrezi 1115/15 Prague 5, Prague
from $86
K+K Hotel Central Prague
K+K Hotel Central Prague
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8.7
Excellent
Hybernska 10, Prague
from $93
Barcelo Old Town Praha
Barcelo Old Town Praha
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8.4
Excellent
Celetna 29, Prague
from $121
Vienna House Andel's Prague
Vienna House Andel's Prague
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9.0
Excellent
Stroupeznickeho 21, Prague
from $78
Hotel Josef
Hotel Josef
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9.2
Excellent
Rybna 20, Prague
from $140
Eurostars Thalia
Eurostars Thalia
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8.8
Excellent
Narodni Trida 13, Prague
from $103
Opera Hotel
Opera Hotel
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8.1
Excellent
Tesnov 1743/13, Prague
from $72
Grand Majestic Plaza
Grand Majestic Plaza
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8.9
Excellent
Truhlarska 16, Prague
from $100
Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
Clarion Hotel Prague Old Town
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8.3
Excellent
Hradebni 9, Prague
from $73
More About Hotels near Generali Arena...

What’s Generali Arena?

When the stadium opened in 1921, its name was Letna Stadium. Other known names were Toyota Stadium and AXA Arena. Today, it’s known as Generali Arena and hosts association football (soccer) games for its most successful club, Club Sparta Prague. The arena accommodates European International derby games between rival Slavia and Prague. These games draw huge crowds.

Which Hotels Are the Closest to Generali Arena?

Finding an affordable hotel near Generali Arena is easy. Just across the street, you’ll find Art Hotel Prague. It's cheap and offers free breakfast. The inexpensive President Hotel offers a luxurious feeling and has a business and fitness center and is along the Vltava River. Other options include the elegant contemporary Myo Hotel Caruso and Villa Schwaiger near Old Town. Lastly, just a few minutes from the arena is the Apartment Letna.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks from Staying at a Hotel Near Generali Arena?

Some cheap hotels are just across the street from the arena. It’s a simple walk out your door and to the stadium within five minutes. When staying nearby, the area becomes noisy and crowded, but you’re close to Letna Park for after game relaxation. On the other hand, you are further from Prague Castle and Lobkowicz Palace and the Charles Bridge.

What Do I Need to Know About Generali Arena?

Sparta Prague tickets go on sale at the arena up to three hours before the match begins. Sideline tickets cost between $10 and $16. Beware of seats in sections D 3, 4, and 5. These seats are almost in the clouds. Parking's limited, so it’s best to park near the city center and take either a tram, train, metro, or bus to the arena.