x The average starting price for a place to stay in Prague is £41 per night.
NKammerer The best hostel I have ever stayed in, by far. I paid for a 12-bed suite but the suite was divided into smaller rooms, so there were only 3 beds in my room. The staff is incredibly friendly, and single travelers are welcomed into the group immediately. I'm not a huge partier, and it's not necessary to be one to enjoy the Madhouse. It's quiet enough to get a good night's sleep, but there is an event on every single night, and all are encouraged to participate. The kitchen is fantastic - incredibly well equipped, and the "family dinners" were a highlight of my stay. Centrally located and easily accessible by tram or metro. The only downside is that the kitchen opens at 9am. So if you want an early start, you'll have to plan on breakfast elsewhere.
Taboritska 3, Prague 3Outstanding 97%
naganoogie I had an ensuite doubleroom for a week. And it's been one of the nicest hostel I've been in terms of cost and facilities. Besides the usual amenities, the doubleroom, which is clean and modern also includes a barfridge, a little kitchenette (though without any cooking utensils nor cutleries) and a small balcony. Staffs were friendly and helpful, with good knowledge about the wheres and whats of Pragie. Public transports (both tram and metro) were easily within reach from the hostel, and close to both Old and New Towns of Prague.
jenniesue This hostel is fairly small and is located on the 2nd floor. The rooms were large and clean. Bathrooms and showers were down the hall and both were very clean. There is a common room with TV and kitchen facilities, as well as one computer with free internet access. The location is a couple of blocks from the metro stop/streetcar and a large grocery store. It is an easy walk in the old town/city center and to Wenceslas Square. I did notice that there are other hostels that are more convenient to the tourist areas of town, but overall this hostel was quite comfortable and I would stay here again.
lamoana Every room has its own theme and name and is designed with loving attention to detail by the owner of the hostel. We, for instance, stayed in the safari-room (named Dita). But there's also a bamboo room, an Egypt room, a forest room and many others. The crew is adorable and always ready to give you advice on your stay or just have a nice chat. We even got a welcome drink :-) The rooms are perfectly clean. Only they sometimes smell like fresh painting because they were painted very recently. We recommend buying an air freshener in a shop around the corner. You have a tram station directly in front of the building and a metro station less than 5 min away. But we almost always walked into the centre of the old town. We could write so many other good things about this place though you definitely want to find out for yourself. But what we certainly want to mention is that we felt like home after the first day and we slept like babies every night!
Weirauch Fantastic hotel, good location. Only one problem: third floor without lift. Not so good for older people or people with a lot of baggage. And not so good for very tall persons: in the floor the ceilings are not so high!
judje88 Perfect location! Everything is clean and gets cleaned every day. The toilet in the same bathroom as the shower is not perfect, but lukily there is also a bathroom with just a shower. Everything is really new and works perfectly!
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