Hotels near Cerveny Vrch Metro Station in Prague
Cerveny Vrch Station
Cerveny Vrch metro station will open in 2013 or 2014. At present there is frequent tram service between Cerveny Vrch (Horomericka tram stop) and Dejvicka Station, the current terminus of metro line A.
The future Cerveny Vrch Station is located at the crossing of Evropska Street (the main street with trams) and Horomericka Street, near Cerveny Vrch residential district and the large Nature Park Sarka-Lysolaje. It is quite a pleasant area, situated on a hill above Prague city centre. The main street (Evropska) has very dense traffic, but most of the side streets are quiet.
Hotels close to Cerveny Vrch Station
There are not many hotels near Cerveny Vrch Station, for this part of Prague is not a typical tourist target. Here (the search link below) you can see the hotels close to Cerveny Vrch Station on a map. You can sort or filter the hotels by price, review rating, star count, distance from Cerveny Vrch Station, and several other parameters:
Other hotel locations on metro line A near Cerveny Vrch
Before the metro extension to Cerveny Vrch is completed (2013/2014), the nearest metro station is Dejvicka, 4 stops by tram from Cerveny Vrch (Horomericka tram stop).
The best hotel locations near Cerveny Vrch Station, with far more hotels than Cerveny Vrch, are the other metro stations on line A. Dejvicka Station and Hradcanska Station (1 and 2 stops from Cerveny Vrch) are still a bit outside the inner city, but they both have several good hotels of various price levels.
The stations with most accommodation facilities are the ones in the very centre of Prague (3-6 metro stops from Cerveny Vrch after the metro is completed): Malostranska (Lesser Quarter), Staromestska (Prague Old Town), Mustek (bottom of Wenceslas Square), and Muzeum Station (top end of Wenceslas Square in front of National Museum).