Jurys Inn Prague


Sokolovska 11, 186 00 Prague, Czech Republic

Phone: +420 226 222 600

Fax:        +420 226 222 610

Reservations:    +420 226 222 627





Public transport to the airport

Jurys Inn Prague hotel is easily accessible from the Václav Havel Airport in Prague by public transport, which is also the cheapest way to get to the city centre. The bus number 100 will take you to the Zličín metro station (yellow line B) within just 13 minutes. From there, you will go to the Florenc station. Take the exit in the direction of the Sokolovská Street and directly opposite you will find the Jurys Inn Prague hotel.

The way from the Prague Main Train Station

If you arrive to the Czech metropolis by train at Prague Main Train Station (Wilson Railway Station), take the metro line C (red) in the direction of Letňany and get off at the next station named Florenc. Take the exit to the Sokolovská Street and the Jurys Inn Prague hotel will appear right opposite the metro exit.

The way from the Florenc bus station

The Florenc main bus station is just a 5-minute walk from the Jurys Inn Prague hotel. Once you arrive at the station, simply go through the Křižíkova and Ke Štvanici streets towards the Sokolovská Street and the Florenc metro station. You cannot miss the hotel; you will see it right in front of you.

Transport to the O2 Arena multifunctional hall

Going to a concert, sporting event or other events at the O2 Arena? The Jurys Inn Prague hotel is just 4 metro stops away from it, on the metro line B (yellow), allowing you to reach the O2 Arena conveniently in just 10 minutes, avoiding traffic jams. You just need to get off at the Českomoravská station.

Surroundings of the Jurys Inn

You just need to walk out of the Jurys Inn hotel area and within a few minutes you will find a number of interesting places in its surroundings. Just behind the metro station, you will find the Museum of the City of Prague and a short walk from there, there is the Karlín Music Theatre. If you go to the Na Poříčí Street, you cannot miss the traditional Bílá labuť (White Swan) shopping centre, or the modern shopping arcade called Florentinum. After a few minutes you will reach the Square of Republic, with its dominant features, the Kotva and Paladium shopping galleries, the Hybern House and the magnificent Municipal House in the Art Nouveau style.

The famous Negrelli Viaduct is literally in sight of the hotel. In the north, after crossing the Rohan embankment and one arm of the Vltava River, the bridge reaches the Štvanice Island, with a park and tennis courts. You can easily get there walking over the Hlávka Bridge.