You have several options for arranging accommodation while staying in the Czech Republic. All universities in Hradec Králové provide student dormitories or you can arrange your own housing in a private flat. The costs will depend on the location and quality of the accommodation.

Most universities in the Czech Republic offer students the possibility of being accommodated in dormitories. Single rooms are rare, so you will probably share the room with a room-mate. The accommodation is usually apartment-type, consisting of two twin rooms with a shared kitchenette, shower and toilet. Rooms are usually equipped with all basic furniture items (bed, desk, chair and shelves). Kitchens are equipped with a cooker, refrigerator, running water and basic kitchen furniture. The obtainment of other furnishings and amenities like curtains, carpets, blankets, pillows, cleaning equipment, dishes, water boilers, toasters etc. is up to the student.

Information about this kind of accommodation can be found either at the universities’ websites or by contacting the Department of International Relations. You will either be able to reserve a room by yourself or further information will be provided to you by the programme coordinator ofyour university.

Prices vary but an average monthly fee is around 120 EUR per month in the room with roommates (usually two people living in one room). Prices include bedding and bed linen, access to a shared kitchenette or kitchen and bathroom facilities, and utility costs.

Living in a dorm is a great way to get to know other people and share your experience, as you will meet a lot of students from various backgrounds.

If you are arriving with your partner who is not student or employee of the University, make sure you agree on the price. For non students the price is much more higher.

In Hradec Králové we have 2 student dormitories:

Na Kotli

Na Kotli 1147

502 96   Hradec Králové

Phone: +420 495 763 626 – office

+420 495 763 600 – reception

Accommodation – Charles University (

Jana Palacha

Palachova 1137

500 12   Hradec Králové

Phone: +420 495 500 611 – reception

+420 495 500 634 – office Jana Palacha

+420 495 763 626 – accommodation office

Jana Palacha – Dormitories and Refectories (

Students can also find their own private accommodation, usually either a room in a shared flat, or a flat. It is common for international students to share bigger flats especially in the city centre. After you have settled in and know your way around, this might be an ideal option for you. The advantage of your own housing is the possibility to choose your flatmates and the surroundings.

Prices depend on the size, location and equipment of the flat. The rent is about 500-800 EUR per month for a 2–3 bedroom flat. A room in a private flat will cost approx. 250 EUR per month. Be prepared to pay a deposit as well. It will be returned to you upon your departure, provided that the accommodation is left in acceptable condition.

Private rooms or flats can be found through newspaper advertisements, websites or real estate agencies. Do not forget to have a look at the notice boards in the university building too. You can also check the following websites to search for private apartments:

Source: Accomodation | Study in the Czech Republic

When you want to purchase or rent property, you need the relevant information before you make decision. It is always better to hire profesional agent when looking for a flat/house to rent or buy. Every real estate agent should be able to help you:

  • To provide you with a desripton (first-hand) of the available properties with details of the property.
  • Escort you to view the properties you have selected and make sure you get what you want.
  • Buying, selling or renting residential and non-residential properties.
  • Preparing, revising and concluding contracts (i.e. brokerage, reservation, future or final purchase, lease contracts) concerning land, buildings, non-residential premises, houses and apartments.
  • Representing you when dealing with the Land Registry office.
  • Representing you with tax office.
  • Organizing advocate custody and escrow accounts

If you are using real estate agent when renting a flat, they usually charge one month rent. When buying or selling property, fees ranges from 3 – 5 % of the purchase price.

Czech Republic Guide: Estate agents, Dealing with Czech estate agents: Honest, fully legal property (

Under the following link, you can find explanation how to understand Czech real estate when we are talking about size of the flat.

Flat 1+kk or 2+1? How to understand Czech real estate terminology (

Boromeum Residence

Špitálská 192

500 03   Hradec Králové


This residence is very popular not by students only as there is possibility to rent furnished suites/flats with cleaning service for different kinds of periods.

Hotel U královny Elišky

Malé náměstí 117

500 03   Hradec Králové

Hotel U Královny Elišky | Wellness, restaurace, vinárna (

Hotel Alessandria

Tř. SNP 733

500 03   Hradec Králové

Kontakt | Hotel Alessandria | Ubytování | Kongresy | Hradec Králové

Hotel Aldis

Akademika Bedrny 371/12

500 03   Hradec Králové

EA Congress Hotel Aldis | Oficiální stránky hotelu

Hotel Tereziánský dvůr

Jana Koziny 336

500 00   Hradec Králové

EA Hotel Tereziánský dvůr | Oficiální stránky hotelu (

Hotel Nové Adalbertinum

Velké náměstí 32

500 03   Hradec Králové

Nové Adalbertinum (

Hotel Okresní dům

Palackého 409

500 03   Hradec Králové

Kontakty – Hotel Okresní dům (

Hotel Grand

Československé armády 295

500 03   Hradec Králové

Hotel Grand – Ubytování v srdci Hradce Králové (

Hotel Černigov

Riegrovo náměstí 1494

500 02   Hradec Králové

Kontakt l Hotel Cernigov Hradec Kralove, Hradec Kralove