Brno Hotels and Accommodation
(Brno, South Moravia, Czech Republic)
There are a good number of hotels dotted around central Brno for visitors to choose from, providing accommodation and lodging at all levels. The biggest trade fairs in Brno take place each year in February, April, August, September and also during the month of October, and so those looking for accommodation at these times of the year will find that hotel rates rocket, with the most in demand virtually doubling in price, unless you have booked well in advance.
Cheaper alternatives to hotels in Brno can be found at the Tourist Information Centre, where staff will be happy to help you find inexpensive accommodation in private houses. This office and the various travel agencies within Brno, such as both GTS International and Cedok, can also assist with finding well-placed lodging at student dormitories during the summer holidays.
Where to Stay
The Traveller's Hostel is another good alternative to more expensive hotels and lies along the Jánská, being located within a rather grand building dating back to the 1860s. Backpackers looking for accommodation in Brno will find that the Traveller's Hostel is hard to beat, since the price includes breakfast and the location is near to the train station and nightclubs.
Notable hotels, guest houses and similar pensions in Brno include the Hotel Santander, which offers upmarket accommodation and is within a stone's throw of the BVV Exhibition Centre. The Pension Na Starém Brne is always a popular lodging option, since this historic Augustinian monastery is full of atmosphere and conveniently sited alongside a wine bar, while the Pension BVV is a good place to stay if you wish to be near to the Mendlovo Námesti Transport Interchange.
A mere 1 km / 0.5 miles from central Brno, do consider the highly recommended Hotel Omega on the Kridloviská, the Hotel Continental on the Kounicova, and also the centrally located Holiday Inn on the Krizkovskeho. For luxury accommodation in Brno, the very best choices include the Park Hotel on the Veslarská, the Hotel International on the Husova, and also the Royal Ricc on the Starobrnenská, which combines both old and new and is typically European in character.