Czech Inn Map
Hostel | Francouzská 76, Praha 10, Prague, Czech Republic 101 00
1216 out of 1272 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (16/04/2014)
Jamie McDonald thinks…
"Hands down the best hostel I have ever stayed in. More like a hotel. Cheap bar, great staff and super comfy beds and rainforest showers!!"Read all Czech Inn reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- No curfew
- Free city tour
- Secure lockers
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- Safety deposit
- 24 hour hot showers
- Washing machines
- ATM / cash machine
- Elevator / lift(s)
- Internet access in public areas
- Internet café
- Airport Pickup USD 27.67
- Breakfast USD 6.04
- Towel USD 1.51
- Luggage Room
Additional information: We accept a MAXIMUM of 7 nights stay in every 3 month period in dormitory style rooms. No check out and check in on same date allowed, minimum 2 days between check out and check in. Groups of 9 or more people cannot make an online booking; group bookings can be made by request only. **Maximum stay in dorm rooms is 7 nights. **Booking multiple beds in dorm rooms does not guarantee you to all stay in one room; to ensure you all stay together, please book private rooms. Booking multiple beds in dorm rooms does not guarantee you to all stay in one room; to ensure you all stay together, please book private rooms. ****New Years Eve Bookings**** For all bookings which include 30.12, 31.12 or 01.01 there is a minimum stay of 4 nights. We reserve the right to not honour any booking for less than 4 nights. Further, these bookings will all be prepaid and non-refundable at the time of booking.
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GPS-enabled map and directions
1. Take bus 119 to Dejvicka Metro A (green line) station.
2. Take Metro to Namesti Miru.
3. Exit Metro and take Tram 22 to Krymska (2 stops) ***please see below for current transport changes***
4. Walk 50 metres up the hill and you will find us on the left at Francouzska 76.
5. Alternatively from Namesti Miru, walk 10 minutes along Francouzska street and find us down the hill on the right at Francouzská 76. Please print or have access to the map above to help you find your way.
From the Main Train station, Holešovice, or Florenc* Bus Station:
1. Take Metro C (red line) to IP Pavlova. Exit the platform, take the escalators up, and take the second exit on the right up the stairs to street level. This will lead you to the tram stop heading in the correct direction (note, Starbucks will be across the street).
2. Take Tram 22 to Krymska (3 stops). ***please see below for current transport changes***
3. Walk 50 metres up the hill and you will find us on the left at Francouzska 76.
4. Alternatively from IP Pavlova, walk 15 minutes following along Francouzská street. Find us down the hill on the right at Francouzská 76. Please print or have access to the map above to help you find your way.
***Transport changes through to January 28th 2014. Weeknights from 9pm to 5am and weekends there are diversions due to track works. From Namesti Miru you need to use bus 135 or X57 which departs from near the Grosseto pizza restaurant at the top right of the square. The 2nd stop is Krymska. From I P Pavlova you will need to take either Bus 135 or Bus X57 instead of Tram 22. The stop is located around the corner of KFC and will take you to tram stop Krymska.***
Also, from Bus Station Florenc, the best way to get to Czech Inn is to take Bus 135 (6 stops) to Krymska. Then walk 50 metres up the hill and you will find us on the left at Francouzska 76.
When using Prague’s public transportation, always remember to buy a transportation ticket and validate by stamping in the yellow boxes located at the metro entrances and on the trams. The tickets can be purchased from the yellow ticket vending machines (coins only) at some metro and tram stops, Tabák/Trafika stores, tourist information centers and from our reception (so long as we have them). The tickets are time-based (30 minutes or 90 minutes and one ticket can be used for multiple modes of transportation within the valid time frame).
The Prague Metro is an open ticket system. There are uniformed and plain clothes ticket inspectors (holding an official badge) who have the right to check for your valid ticket. You will be required to pay a cash fee (at least 800CZK) on the spot if you do not have a valid ticket!