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Chosen articles 06.12.2013
Hostels in Prague
One of the many options when staying in Prague is to stay in a hostel. Hostels are establishments that provide long term accommodations and some even offer meals to groups, students and travelers. They are one of the cheaper choices when it comes to sleeping arrangements, especially since the cost of meals is included in the price. There are many hostels to choose from in Prague.
Welcome Hostel Prague Center
This particular hostel is located in the center of Prague and close to the Green Line metro station. Its location is ideal for travelers who want to be close to all of the attractions. Rooms in this location can sleep from 1-4 people. There is also the option having rooms that share or have private showers. All rooms come with a refrigerator and safe. This hostel also offers flats for rent that are equipped with full kitchens and showers. This hostel doesn’t offer breakfast.
Welcome Hostel Prague Center offers some freebies as well. There is a luggage storage, linen, ticket to a night club and internet service. Private rooms start at a very low rate. Keep in mind that it is located in Prague’s center and it may get a bit noisy at night.
This hostel is also cheap yet, suitable. Located minutes from Prague’s center ion the tram or bus, it’s in a prime location for tourists. The rooms are small and cozy and come equipped with a microwave with grill and a kettle. Transportation service is made available to guests.
Laundry is done at this location for an additional fee. Breakfast is served in this hostel for an additional fee and must be ordered in advance. Some rooms offer free linen while others don’t. Paying attention to these small fees are a must making accommodations at Prague’s Heaven. So, the rooms are nice and cheap but you may want to provide your own linens and be sure to carry enough clean underwear. Privates at this location start at a really cheap rate.
Miss Sophie’s is an award winning hostel that is located within walking distance of many of Prague’s historical sights. This location has dorms and private rooms available. The rates for the dorms are quite cheap. One of the best things about this location is that it’s set up where guests are encouraged to use the kitchen and make themselves at home. There’s a DVD collections, beds fit for a king and a lounge to die for.
As you can see, hostels are a cheap way to make your stay in Prague a bit more comfortable. If you need a homey feeling while you’re away from home, hostels in Prague are designed for just that purpose; to make you feel at home. These are just a few of the hostels that offer quality accommodations at cheap rates. There are many more that are located either within the center of Prague or not to far from it. Keep in mind that dorms and privates fun at different rates. Also keep an eye out on those small fees for extra services.
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