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I needed to stay in the 6th district that is why the hostel was a great finding for me. The staff was very nice and the room was clean and neat. No breakfast, WiFi does not function well on the 3rd floor. Overall, a good place to stay at.
Good in general for a cheap hotel. The wi-fi didn't work well in the room though.
After reading reviews here, I was a bit afraid. Fortunately, there was nothing to worry about. The hostel is quite okay. It is not stellar, but I would not be afraid to stay there again for the price. The only problematic thing was the shower: the shower cells do not have a door, but only a curtain, which is not a most comfortable setting in a shared space.
The hostel has no lockers and no breakfast, but the location is really good. There is a subway station next to there, many restaurants and a Tesco supermarket. The statt was pretty helpful.
Great budget hostel, easily accessible from the airport and close to the metro for the city centre.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
I wouldn't come back here. The hostel is down a quiet back street in the suburbs, a tube ride away from everything. There is no atmosphere in this place what so ever and it feels dark and dingy. The shared bathrooms are poor with no privacy to the showers - just a curtain. There is absolutely no security and anybody could just walk in off the street. Better value for money could definitely be found elsewhere
We stayed in a private room and found it to be quite nice. There are many cabinets and tables, which is handy, as well as a sink in the room. The bathroom requires a key for entry, which is a bit of a hassle. The kitchen has most equipment that you would need. It's a pretty far walk to downtown Prague, but there are metro stops very near by.
The property didn't gave me a welcoming hostel feeling. Part of the staff barely spoke English, wifi didn't work in the room, the kitchen was very poor and the showers only have a curtain and no private space to get changed. The room was spacious and has it's own sink with cold water, which is nice.