Hostel Praha LLádví Reviews
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The cheapest accommodation in Prague located in a lower socio economic suburb which at first sounds like a bad thing but actually it's a good thing, the local shops are one third the price of Prague you can get a meal for two for the price of a postage stamp at the local butchers which is one of those places where you have to stand up to eat because they want you to eat and go as they are too popular for you to sit and relax. The local cinema is also cheap, don't judge a book by its cover
Great value, no lockers in rooms though, get what you pay for but cleaner than expected
A little far from the city center, but next to the metro line (red line) so getting into the city isn't too hard. Very helpful staff, close to a grocery store, kitchen is clean and easy to cook in. Would stay here again
Private room, cheap, like it. Small kitchen, but usable. Reception not 24 hs, but OK. Location I think is the worst thing, other than that, I had a happy stay.
It was a nice place to crash for the night. The kitchen was very small but everything was there. There are no lockers in the rooms though.
was a nice place and the shower was spacious and everything was very clean, was great
Clean, good sized room. But further out of town but easy with the metro. Good stay
Very easy to get into town, lovely staff, extremely clean, security was lacking but atmosphere was so comfortable and friendly it didn't seem worry people. Would go back definitely.
We had to take the metro to get to the city, but the hostel was very near the station and also very quiet. The kitchen was tiny although it had a fridge, sink, some dishes, and a hot plate thing. The staff was very friendly and it was pretty clean. There's also a grocery store right off the metro stop, so that was nice. You can pop in for a pastry in the morning for breakfast or grab some food for a quiet dinner in the evening.
Everything is OK except the Hostel is right next to a barren graveyard. When I wake up in the morning looking out of the window, I was shock to find my room and graveyard was just separated by a brick wall. What a peculiar experience for me. I was having a bad sleep the following night.