Ostrava Hotels and Accommodation

(Ostrava, North Moravia, Czech Republic)

Aerial cityscape pictureThe Ostrava Tourist Office is a good place to book accommodation and many visitors come here to locate both available hotels and rooms in private houses around the city. In general, most accommodation and lodging options in Ostrava tend to be amongst the most pricey in the North Moravia area of the Czech Republic.

With so many travelling workers passing through Ostrava, the city's hotels tend to be fairly basic and quite simple. Visiting backpackers will find that the cheapest accommodation comes in the form of the Ubyovna Sadovà Hostel, which is to be found around 1.5 km / 1 mile directly north of the city centre and along the stretch known as the Sadovà, off the Sokolská.

View showing the city's lush greenery

Where to Stay

Some of the most popular hotels in Ostrava include the very reasonably priced Hotel Maria along the Privozska, the Polish-themed Polsky Dum on the Podebradova, and also the Brioni on the Stadolni, close to the Podebradova.

One of the most flash of all the accommodation options in Ostrava is without doubt the Hotel Imperial, which is to be found along the Tyrsova and boasts more than 100 years of history. Those looking for a room along a peaceful street should consider staying at the Hotel Bonum on the Masná, where comfortable accommodation is provided, along with a rather surprising Egyptian-themed restaurant, complete with its very own Sphinx and well-presented meals.