Hotel & Travel

Information about Hotel Reservations for ICED 2017

Corinthia Hotel Prague
Kongresova 1
Prague 4, 140 69
Czech Republic
Tel: +420 261 191 111
Fax: +420 261 225 011

The official conference hotel, Hotel Corinthia, is fully booked for the entire conference. However, Prague features numerous hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts for all budgets and preferences.

If you want to stay close to the convention center and official hotel, there is a Holiday Inn located next door. It's clean, convenient, and reasonably priced.

The Prague Congress Centre is located on Line C on the Prague underground railway network and is easily accessible from all parts of Prague should you wish to stay closer to a particular area or sight. 

There are hotels for every budget type in Prague from high end, luxury hotels to smaller, more budget friendly options. Trip Advisor is a great resource to find other travelers' recommendations. Other useful websites are Frommers, Fodors, and

What to do in Prague

Prague is a wonderful and historic city filled with many famous sights that you will want to find time to explore. But Prague also has many hidden gems that are worth seeking out. Here are a few ideas for "places off the beaten track."

  • Prague is known as the "Golden City of a Hundred Spires." The best time to fully appreciate the beauty of Prague is in the early evening light. Admire the view from the top of the Zizkov TV Tower.
  • Prague has been home to a Jewish community for over a thousand years. The historic Jewish Quarter features several impressive synagogues, (including the oldest medieval synagogue in Europe), an evocative cemetery, and a powerful memorial honoring Czech Jews murdered in the Holocaust.
  • Prague is home to many museums and art galleries, but try to take the time to visit Mucha Museum, which features the works of Alfons Mucha. Mucha was considered the founding father of the Art Nouveau movement and the Czechs are very proud of their native son. Check out his famous posters of French actress Sarah Bernhardt.
  • Another interesting place to visit is Prague's Museum of Communism. The Museum traces the entire Czech history of communism from its origins, the harsh realities of life under Soviet-style economics, the cult of personality and finally the Velvet Revolution.