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Francouzska 76, Prague, Czech Republic

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2609 Total Reviews
  • 90%Value For Money
  • 90%Security
  • 76%Location
  • 88%Staff
  • 88%Atmosphere
  • 90%Cleanliness
  • 88%Facilities

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The hostel was perfect and so clean and comfortable. I couldn't recommend it more. The staff were friendly and helpful, the bathrooms really clean. The only downside was it was a decent walk from the city centre, but it is in a great spot if you are willing to spend money for public transport.


Its an amazing hostel with amazing staff, bar, and almost everything that you look in a hostel except for the location. Its not bad at all, in 10 minutes or less by tram you can go everywhere in Prague but maybe if you`re a walking person, especially at night, might be a problem.


Location wasn't too far away from the old town and the tram stop is conveniently outside of the building. The staff at the front was always helpful whenever I had concerns and questions which I loved! I really liked the basement bar, however the atmosphere in general was a little reserved. Everyone seemed to keep to themselves/ their group. I wish there was a communal lounge so people could easily connect. The showers were incredible and I never wanted to leave then haha


The hostel was very nice and not too expensive. I really like the brick basement bar as it had a cool atmosphere. The staff was helpful suggesting restaurants and things to do.


perfect !!!!!


The batrooms & showers in the big dorm were minimalistic and stylish, but unfotunately this wasn't just a positive thing. For example in the shower there was no hook to hang your clothes etc. Lockers were good size and I would recommend to use them properly because I heard people had lost their stuff after leaving it on the bed for just some minutes. Staff was helpful and gave good recommendations about the city.

  • 9th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Finland
  • Female, 25-30
  • (1 review)


There was no common area, or a place to relax on a couch, except the main lobby, but it was more of a waiting area. I found the toilets to be clogged a lot and aften lacking toilet paper. if you're looking to party with young people this is a good place. but if you're looking for atmosphere in a great location try something else

  • 9th May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Canada
  • Male, 31-40
  • (1 review)


Nice bar. Closer to the city than plus Prague.


One of the nicest hostels I've stayed at based on the facilities; the push-button showers were one of the more annoying things I've encountered in a while, but other than that it was lovely. Strong wifi. Good (cheap) bar downstairs, good for talking to people. Breakfast is good but a little pricey. Though it's not in the center of Prague, it's fairly easy to get to the main sights by tram and they even sell tickets for the public transit at the front desk. The staff were very helpful.


Everything was great except the wifi didn't work in the room I was staying in on the first floor.


Nice bar located in the basement of the place. Nice staff. A bit far from the centre of town, but within walking distance (plus there's stuff to do closer to the hostel as well). We had a great time, met great people and would definitely stay again.


I liked that there was a bar crawl from this hostel. It was a great way to meet people and it made for one of the best experiences I had over the course of seven hostels on this trip.

  • 3rd May 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Male, 41+
  • (1 review)


Wonderful hostel with GREAT staff, very suitable for backpackers.


Super clean hostel, nice and helpful staff. Honestly, didn't think it possible to sleep so well in a dorm with 36 people! Located in a nice neighborhood, not quite in the sight seeing center, but you can get cheap transport day passes at the reception to go everywhere. Loved the "rain forest" showers! Only negative point: WiFi didn't work in the dorm =(


Nice and modern feel to it. Has a public bar downstairs and hard to tell who is a traveler and who is not, so a little harder to meet people (but still managed to have a great night there). Good for what it is :)


The premises are nice, the staff is OK, except for the Australian receptionist who is more helpful and friendly. Very nice breakfast. The bar that was supposed to be open "'til late" was closed before 1am. Another con is the location, because after a certain time everything is closed in the area, and you'd have to go to city centre for a beer or to eat something.


Best hostel I have stayed in. Amazing breakfast for a good price.


Location is very bad. Too much far from the city center, street very dark withiut any place to have dinner. I do not recommend this hostel.

  • 27th Apr 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Brazil
  • Male, 25-30
  • (1 review)

Owner Comment (Hide)
Thank you for choosing to stay with us at Czech Inn. This is such a shame that you feel this way. We are located in one of the nicest areas in Prague. An area full of lovely parks, great value Restaurants and cafes. Among this, also amazing architecture. It is only 20 minute walk to Old Town and there is also the Tram 22 - right out the front of us, that goes through Old Town and all the way up to the Castle. Thank you though for taking the time to leave a review.


Lovely hostel that feels more like a hotel. Clean, modern rooms


Very clean and comfy bed. It is 40mins walk to the tourist sites but you can take the tram right outside the hostel for 5mins ride. The showers is on the 2nd floor only. The hostel offers free city tour but the guide doesn't take you to the other side of the river. Prague has an official free city our which takes you to the other side of the lake and so it is more informative.

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