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Reznicka 17, Prague, Czech Republic

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286 Total Reviews
  • 89%Value For Money
  • 86%Security
  • 90%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 84%Atmosphere
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 82%Facilities

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Atmosphere in the evening was very quite. Not a very social Hostel in fairness, but has everything else you need, and the facilities are all too a quite high standard.


Stayed in a dobule room (shared toillet) with my girlfriend and furniture was pretty new and everything was perfectly clean. The only bad thing was the noise insulation. Unfortunately, I couldn't say the same about the shared toillets, which were just average. Staff was great and willing to help. Front desk has a cool design and cheap beer, but nobody was hanging out there and the atmosphere was rather cozy than party. It's only a 10 min walk to the city center.


Reception staff were lovely, place was kept very clean. However, cleaning staff were quite rude. Lots of nice restaurants around and just by the main square


Good hostel, one downsize: no kitchen or ability to buy food in hostel.


Great hostel! I stayed a bit longer than expected and was pleasantly surprised. The girls at the front desk were always really helpful and friendly with suggestions or any requests I had.


overall a nice stay, the only down side was the bathroom floor was always wet due to poor drainage and the atmosphere was non existent.


The hostel was clean and the staff was very friendly. Great location!!


Pretty much everything was really good, except for the noise in morning as walls seem to be very thin / no isolation. Because of the open windows you hear a lot of door slamming. So if your somebody who wants to sleep a little longer after a long night, you should get earplugs (across of the reception) :) . Good rooms, ours even with balcony. Location was great. 15-20 min walk to Old Square. Restaurants, shops and pubs all around you. Nice, helpful staff. Breakfast until 12 a.m.


This is perhaps the best hostel I´ve ever stayed, has very good conditions. The rooms were really neat and the bed and pillow were super confortable. The lounge/bar area has a cool vibe, very relaxed and you can drink beer for 45 Kc or play a game of 8-ball for 10 Kc. Some nights there´s a musician playing the piano. It´s located near the famous Wencelas Square and you can get there by walking in less than ten minutes.


Great staff, they put me in a room with another solo traveller on purpose which was great for me - the bar is chilled and cheap - would recommend


The location is great. Walking distance to almost everything. Staff were nice. Some nights were expensive.


Enjoyed our stay. Not far from the metro! Staff were helpful! Easily walk into centre with a brisk 5-10min walk! Good secure lockers as well with comfy beds!


This hostel was great. The staff was always helpful, willing to answer any question. The beds reasonably comfy, showers are big, great hot water. Stay here its quite nice.

  • 29th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Generally it's okay. It is near the city centre, but the walk takes about 15 min. One thing extreme bad is the door. The lock of most doors (room door, toilet doors and shower room doors) are not working well. Each time you need to pull really hard and twist a few times to lock and unlock the door, and it creates much noise. And the room is hardly noise-proof. You can always here somebody is talking next door. If you are looking for a quiet place, it's not a good choice.


We absolutely enjoyed staying in the Mojo Inn. I booked a 4-bed dorm for 3 nights, which was changed to a 2-bed private room (for the same price), it was a very pleasant surprise. Only critic I have is regarding the bathrooms: "green" one needs a mirror, the "grey" one needs a showerhead and a towel rail. That's it :) I've read people saying that the doors are very noisy, it's true, but I didn't find that annoying, also there's an earplug machine at the bar. :P

  • 28th Jul 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Hungary
  • Couple, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Nice reception cafe, although we didn't use it. bedroom is standard with available padlock and box to store your things. Bathrooms were terrible: dark, dirty, broken shower head, wet floor (no separator between shower and toilet). 1 toilet is locked all the time (maybe not functional), and another 1 doesn't have lock. At night, the street outside was noisy, and so was the other guests on the hallway.


Note there is no kitchen. Not a bad location. A social area downstairs which didn't seem very lively but at least they serve cheap beer. A good choice for a hostel as it is extremely cheap and despite the kitchen, we ate out all the time for cheaper; a starter, big main and two pints of beer isn't even £10 (Check out the PUB for an awesome meal)


Excellent wifi! Good location 10-15 minute walk from old town. Only bad thing is there's only 2 showers on each floor makes for a bit of a cue in the morning and evening.


When my friend and I arrived, we were upgraded from a 6-bed female dorm to a private double for no extra cost, and in peak season too! The room was lovely, very spacious and full of natural light thanks to the wide windows. Really noisy at night. The shared mixed gender bathrooms are pretty gross and always wet, but that was probably because we were staying on a floor with only male dorms. Great location, we walked everywhere did not get any kind of transport at all.


Spacious room, nice and cool in the heat, short walk into town so location was good. Staff were friendly. There was a cafe area for guests although we didn't spend any time there ourselves-as the city is so fascinating, we spent most of the time outside. Would stay there again :)

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