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The newly renovated bathroom was nice but there still was no toilet paper in them for the first day and a half, (only there for two nights) the location was "out of town" took about 15-25 minutes depending on the bus u got to get to the closest underground line then another 10ish minutes on there to get to the centre. Beds were average for a hostel and reception was 24/7 but spoke no English at all. Floor made your feet black so keep your shoes on. And busses were every 45 minutes ish
Hairdryers and towels were suggested to be available for hire (due to the information on hostelworld,com), but there were no such available at all! Also, it was really cold, at least in the room at ground floor, and sometimes one needed to wait for around 1 hour to water in the shower to get warm. One more important thing - no one from personal speaks english. I wouldn't reccomend it to people not speaking czech, polish or russian language to be able to survive there without being frustrated.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 18-24
- (1 review)
Říčany (Pronounced like "chee-cha-ni") is outside Prague, but is a fine place if you just want to go to Prague to visit all day, and only go to the hostel to sleep. Very quiet hostel and surroundings. People don't speak languages besides Czech, but they give you a piece of paper in English with everything you need to know.
Great value for money! Glad that there still are some affordable no-frills hostels around Prague. See you next time!