€ 54 average price per room/bed (the price is per 1 night only)
€ 9 average price per Dorm/bed (the price is per 1 night only)
Info & Description
Applauded for its modern design, luxurious amenities, and exceptional cleanliness, Czech Inn is consistently one of Prague’s best-rated hostels and is the only designer hostel in Prague. Housed in a beautifully restored 19th century building, Czech Inn offers a variety of rooms from dorms to apartments. The in-house bar serves breakfast, dinner, and drinks and is a great place to meet fellow travelers! Located close to city center, and on one of the best tram routes of the city, it’s an ideal base to explore Prague. Plus, with great restaurants and shops around the corner, it takes convenience to another level. There’s much to see and experience right outside the front door!
Our staff will be more than happy to guide you to the main sights in Prague like Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle, or recommend some lesser known places of interest.
Rest comfortably in dorm-style rooms, private rooms ensuite, or amazing private apartment suites
FREE Wi-Fi in Cafe
24 hr reception, no lock-out, no curfew
Helpful and informative staff
Czech Inn Café and Bar, offers a large breakfast buffet, afternoon specials, great coffee, and a fully equipped bar
Luggage room and safe deposit boxes for valuables are available for a fee
Information on booking of plane and train tickets
Bus tickets for sale right at reception
Hostel bookings and info for your next destination
Towels included in the price for private room reservations
Towels available for a fee for dorm room reservations
Featured in The New York Times, Guardian, Let's Go, The Washington Post, The Independent, and LonelyPlanet.
Modern design hostel in a beautifully restored 19th c. building.
A member of EUROPE'S FAMOUS HOSTELS
'Top 10 Hostels', Guardian, 2008
''Five Best: Chic Hostels', The Independent, 2007
'Latte and Wi-Fi? European Hostels Go Upscale', The New York Times, 2007
Recommended by Let's Go, 2007
'12 Good Hostels for Big-City Stays Worldwide', The Washington Post, 2006