The location for this hostel couldn't get much better because it is near the old town square. It is down a small side street and can be hard to find. My friends and I did get lost for a moment trying to find it but once we stopped for to look at a map we figured it out.
The door is locked and you have to be buzzed in by a person at the front desk. They gave us wrist bands that we had to show to regain access to the building. It was cheap overall for a one night stay. There is no elevator. The room's are small with just enough room for some beds and night stands. There are toilets and separate showers in the hallway on the floor. Overall the place wasn't quite clean or dirty. We didn't have noisy neighbors and the hostel seemed quiet (it was a Sunday night). It was loud in the morning when people were checking out so if you are near someone who is being loud you are going to hear it.
Overall it is a hostel and you get what you pay for. If you want things like A/C, a private bathroom, and assurance you'll get a peaceful nights sleep this place isn't for you. If you need somewhere to rest your weary head on a budget it should do the trick. I was with friends and felt it was fine but I wouldn't stay here with my wife.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- One of the best located hostels in Prague, located in quiet alley 200 m from the Old Town SQuare. Free breakfast, internet/wifi, linen, towels and more. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hostel Tyn Hotel Prague