Nice clean hostel on the outskirts of Prague. Don't get discouraged though, since tram ride to inner city is only 7-8 minutes.
Noise level is high, so forget it if you're a light sleeper. However the breakfast will probably help you get started the next morning. Breakfast buffet is quite good.
Average age is a little higher than usual which is refreshing.
Unique Quality: Single/double rooms have many of the same qualities as a hotel. Own bath, toilet and tv.
Directions: Lots of trams going there, like 17 and 5. Look for the stop "Vystaviste".
The hotel well situated (2 minutes from the tram station and then 15 minutes from the center).
The rooms are very spacious and clean, the beds are a little small. Bathroom was all new and very well kept.
The breakfast was also good, diverse and enought food.
The only bad point would be the reception people who were not nice and not helpful at all (they didn't know where to find the post office!).
Overall, our stay was very nice and I'll recommend this hotel, for sure.
I stayed there for a couple of nights and I remember very well that the people were very nice and helpfull and that everything was very clean!
But my best memory is the nice bar in the basement, were we spend one kind of a night!
Unique Quality: -friendly and helpfull staff
-everything is clean
-nice breakfast and bar
Directions: Just across the hockey stadium of Sparta Praha in a neighbourhood called Holecovice and you have to take the subway for about 15 minutes to come into the center.
Nice place but overpriced for the amenities and the location. I had a double room which was fine, but the room with 12 had one bathroom for the 12 people to use and they charge 20 Euros a nite.
VERY loud all nite drunk people returning slamming doors screaming and shouting.
Hostel is all about making money out of drunk Americans...
Unique Quality: Great breakfast bar and free internet.
Directions: 10 minutes from the Nadrazie Holesevice Metro and train station
Getting there is not easy, as it is out of the way and inconveniently accesible by metro, also, sort of in a sketchy area. But, the staff was pleasant enough (for czechs) and they stock snacks and beer. Our room was really nice and clean, bed very comfortable, and the bathrooms/showers looked newly renovated. Across the street is a really great convenient store, and you must get the little sandwiches (because when have you ever been up in time for the hostel breakfasts?). The internet was not working when I was there, but they do have an interesting book swapping shelf - I took a Paul Auster and left a Huxley.
Directions: south west of the city center
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