AddressNa Zderaze 10 Prague PragueSee nearby area
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The Emma Hostel is ideal even for the most demanding customers.
It is located in the centre of Prague, only three minutes of walk from Charles Square and ten minutes from the Charles Bridge. If you want to enjoy the night life of Prague, you'll be satisfied in our hostel. In its vicinity, there are many clubs, discos, cosy pubs and bars. But you won't be bored during the day, either. The Emma hostel is in the centre of Prague, you don't have to spend your money on trams, buses and the underground ? you'll get to every well-known sight without any effort on foot. And if you get bored by bummeling through Prague, you can set off on a cruise on the river Vltava, it is only three minutes of walk from the hostel.
We want our customers to feel really good in our hostel and we are willing to do anything for it. That is why we offer comfortable accomodation in clean and nicely furnished rooms, including clean sheets and towels. The bathroom and toilette which belong to the rooms have been reconstructed recently.
That is not all. There is a non-stop reception desk in our hostel, where the staff will help solve any of your problems. At the reception desk, there is also refreshment available (coffee, beer, baguettes, etc.), as well as necessary drugstore items. The Internet, baggage storage and a safe where you can deposit your valuables is at your disposal for free.
+located in the historical centre
+24 HRS RECEPTION
+free tea and coffee
+FRIENDLY YOUNG STAFF
+fully equiped guests kitchen
+FREE BED LINENS
+free guided tours
+FREE BAGGAGE STORAGE
+discount for long stay
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Common Room
- Games Room
- Linen Included
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
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