This place is very easy to find, it's on an island in the middle of of Prague, so you can't miss it. We arrived late evening, mid summer, without reservations, and got got 2 beds for 3 nights no probs at all.
During the autumn/ winter period this place is a sports/ tennis club. During 'peak season' its sports halls are used as large dorms, providing very clean basic accomodation, just bunk beds and lockers. As you can imagine, there isn't much privacy, but there are large shower/changing rooms downstairs. Anyway, if you go to Prague, and want a quiet wee room in which to sit and be on your own, then you need to get a life. All you need is a bed, there's so much to do.
Service was friendly, all staff spoke good english, and answered any questions well. The reception desk also sold snacks, cold soft drinks and beer.
Unique Quality: Whilst the actual building itself is nothing special, the location is very good. It's an easy walk to both the old town and to the castle area.
Directions: A big island to the west of the old town.
The hostel is a 5 minute walk from Mustek (subway line "A"), or Narodni Trida (subway line "B").
We got a taxi from the airport to the old town square, from there it was just a ten minute walk.
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