Czech Inn


Francouzska 76 Prague
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Lonely Planet review

The Czech Inn calls itself a hostel, but the boutique label wouldn’t be out of place. Everything seems sculpted by an industrial designer, from the iron beds to the brushed-steel flooring and minimalist square sinks. The Czech Inn offers a variety of accommodation, from standard hostel dorm rooms to good-value private doubles (with or without attached bathroom) and apartments.

A bank of internet terminals in the lobby and an excellent buffet breakfast in the adjoining bar-cafe round out the charms. The nearest metro station is 10 minutes on foot or a short tram ride away.

Our independent authors have visited Czech Inn and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Prague.

Services & facilities

  • Parking
    • Available
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Wi-Fi
    • Internet access
    • Free internet access
    • Free Wi-Fi
  • Non-smoking
    • Available
  • Guest services
    • 24 hour reception
    • 24 hour security
  • Transport/transfers
    • Airport transfers
  • Bureau de Change/ATM
    • Atm
    • Currency exchange
  • Bar
    • Available
  • Recreation
    • Book exchange
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Café
  • Accessibility
    • Elevator
  • Housekeeping
    • Linen included
    • Washing machine
  • Luggage storage
    • Luggage storage
    • Safe deposit box (front desk)

Description provided by property

If friendly and welcoming with a dose of culture and style are what you are seeking, Czech Inn is your place.

Housed in an original 19th century Art Nouveau building, Czech Inn has been refurbished to a contemporary and comfortable hostel with local design and boutique flair. Find a host of accommodation options to suit your traveling needs from dorms, private rooms and apartments. Relish in what our previous guests have praised us for – impeccable cleanliness, friendly vibes, and swanky, spacious style on a budget.

Located in the hip Vinohrady neighborhood, discover a haven of local treasures, green spaces and beautiful architecture just outside our doorstep. With an emerging scene of cafes, pubs, restaurants and boutique shops plus beer gardens and vineyards nearby, there's plenty of authentic Czech culture to revel in.

Czech Inn is tucked along one of the city’s best tramlines for sightseeing, reaching the center in 10 minutes. Or if your boots are up for walking, a pleasant stroll will also take you to the center.

When you’re not out and about in the city, find a warm welcome, a drink to match your mood and the best happy hour in the city in our brick basement bar. Kick back with fellow travelers and enjoy the local entertainment we’ve got planned for you from live music and DJs to karaoke nights, sports, quiz nights and more. Be sure to check the schedule for what’s happening during your stay!

Our staff are looking forward to meeting you and dotting your map with all of Prague’s to-dos from Prague’s main sights, Old Town Square, the Charles Bridge, the Prague Castle and the Jewish Quarters, to their own personal favorites of the city. They’re always around to help, no matter what time of day or night.

Czech Inn offers a daily breakfast buffet, free Wifi and a free customized map. There’s an ATM on-site, secure luggage room and safety deposit boxes and 24 hour reception and coffee nook with no lock-out or curfew. Czech Inn is a non-smoking building.

When making a booking, please be aware of the following:

The three-bed private ensuite contains one big double bed, one single bed and a private bathroom.

Our five-bed private room is in fact a studio apartment and contains one big double bed, a set of bunk beds and one single bed, plus a kitchenette and private bathroom.

Our 16 bed dorm has bathrooms on another floor!

Czech Inn is a member of Europe’s famous Hostels and has been recommended by the world’s great travel resources--Let’s Go, Time Out, Lonely Planet, Rough Guide, Marco Polo and Routard.

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