As I had just come in from spending all night in the hallway of a Munich-Prague train, with no sleep at all, pretty much anything looked luxurious. Checking in, the lady at the front desk charged me 800 CZK (about 35 USD) for the two nights I was to be spending there. After taking a nap, I woke up and found the place as being very quiet. I was given a key to my floor, which consisted of several bathrooms with showers and the rooms, which were nothing more than 4 beds side by side with night tables in between. Depending on your preferences, this place may not be right for you, but I found it to be safe, centrally located, relatively quiet, and well priced. This place is definitely not a party hostel, and the nights tend to be deathly silent in here. In Prague, this shouldnt be a problem because there is plenty of nightlife elsewhere! But if you're partaking in that, beware, because this hostel is a bit tricky to pinpoint at night.
Unique Quality: Location: As you exit the hostel, you have several choices. If you make a left and walk straight down Sokolska, within minutes you will reach the I.P. Pavlova metro stop, and from there you can check out some of the major attractions in this wonderful city. To your right, walk down Sokolska for the same amount of time and you will reach the National Museum, and by default, Wenceslas Square. Very convenient for the avid sightseer.
Facilities: Not too bad in terms of conditions, but there is a bit of an issue with privacy. The stalls that contain showers and sinks are separate from the toilets, and only the toilets have (locking) doors. That's my only real complaint about this place.
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