Czech Inn - Prague50.071838, 14.446348
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as
This 3-star Czech Inn is located in old Prague, within a few minutes' drive from Old Town Historic Square.
This inn is about 20 minutes' walk from the central state museum "Narodni Muzeum". The hostel's location is close to Retro Music Hall. Serving a wide range of dishes, Blue vegan pig shop and Slagr can be reached within 5 minutes’ walk. This hostel is nestled in proximity of Havlicek Gardens.
This accommodation is set 27 minutes' drive from Vaclav Havel Prague airport.
53 modern rooms feature TV set and smoke detectors. Beds in these fashionable rooms are equipped with electric outlets, lockers and linens. Rooms are fitted with bunk beds and single beds. The rooms come with a tub, hair dryers and a sink. These bathrooms feature a bath, a shower and walk-in showers.
Eat & Drink
A buffet breakfast is available daily at the hostel. Guests can enjoy a lounge bar. This property has a kitchen-living room.
The hotel offers a buffet breakfast at the price of EUR 5.50 per person per day.
Wireless internet is available in public areas for free.
No parking available.
Number of floors: 5. Number of rooms: 53.
Free Wi-Fi in public areas
Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
Bar/ Lounge area
- Free Wi-Fi
- Kitchen facilities
- Air conditioning
- Food/ Drinks
- Paid airport shuttle
- Self-service laundry
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Happy hour
- Restaurant buffet
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Board games
- Game room
Spa & Leisure
- Live entertainment
- Sea view
- Garden view
- City view
- Lake view
- Mountain view
- Pool view
- River view
- Landscape view
- Individual heating
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Dining table
- In-room desk
- Free toiletries
- Shared kitchen
- Electric kettle
- Cookware/ Kitchen utensils
- Flat-screen TV
- Parquet floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:1 Bunk bed
165 sq. feet
Bed options:1 Bunk bed
165 sq. feet
Bed options:1 King-size bed
130 sq. feet
- City landmarks
Rooms were clean and well located, close to many bars and restaurants
We stayed in a "premium" private room, ensuite with a screaming deal. At less than 50 euro a night, it was by far the best value I've gotten in any major European hotel/hostel. I'm usually not much for modern design, but the room was very cool, and also comfortable. The location was easy to get to (20 minutes on the tram or 10 minutes by metro and 10 minutes walk from old town/center of all the tourist sights). If you're afraid of hostels, this place will feel pretty comfortable. If you like hostels, this will feel like a splurge. Enjoy.
The optional breakfast (5 euro) was overpriced considering the price of things in Prague (and the excellent value of the Czech Inn in general), but the food was pretty good.
Nice hotel, not in center but fair enough from it (half an hour on foot). I liked the view from the window and the design of the room although it suffered from some minor details... According to price for this location this is more than expected. I highly recommend it for low budget couple trip but definitely not for business reasons.
Sensor automated light in entering part was not working well - it had some weird mode (sometimes doesn't want to turn off itself, sometimes turning off and on without any reason). Not a big thing but can be boring and funny as well :) Lack of towels, shampoo and soap was expected (according to reviews read) but it still degrades good impression hotel left.
The young staff were all very well informed, helpful and kind. My mother had a jetlag-related incident while I was gone and they were all very reassuring.
The trash accumulated on the sidewalk across the hotel, although that may not be in their hands to solve.
Its a combination of boutique hotel and hostel.
We stayed in a shared bath private suite, for 3 nights, and no one cleaned. Thats at least 4 people to one bath, for a few days... It got a bit gummy.
The staff was very nice and helpful to us. All we needed was arranged. They rented us the metro tickets, gave us directions and indications of good restaturants. We would go to Vienna next so the attender Mike was very kind and patient to search all available ways to get there (Plane, Train, Bus) and even booked online our bus travel for us. We were there to run the Prague Marathon, so we needed to have breakfast earlier since the breakfast begins only 8 A.M., we just asked and there was a person there to serve us 7 A.m on Sunday! The rooms are big, new and very tastefuly decorated. The bathrooms were nice too.
Maybe the location isn´t the best, but the trasnportation there with the Trams is great so you don´t have to worry.
the internal renovation and facilities
The Czech Inn was a simple, nice and cheap place to stay with friendly staff
The Czech Inn has many rooms which can help if you have a large group. It is called a hostel, but you can book private rooms with private baths that are as nice and normal as any hotel. Rooms are clean and modern, and breakfast is included. Wi-Fi is available for free throughout the hotel, though reception is poor in some rooms. Computers can be used in the lobby for a small fee. No parking is available on site, but street parking is plentiful nearby. While it is a bit far (1.6km) from downtown, it is close to the 22 tram or the city center can be reached by taxi for about 250-350 CZK.
Really friendly helpful staff and the rooms were so far above the standard expected for the price. The showers were amazing and the breakfast was just what was needed after a late night trying to sample every czech beer..
Location was a little bit further from town than expected. Would have been a really nice walk if the weather was a bit nicer....
Friendliness and helpfulness of staff, events going on each night to involve guests which I thought was charming. Great value for money, would revisit and recommend.
Some rooms over looked busy main road where tram goes past, and may not be most accessible as on slight hill.
Even though it is not close to all the sight-seeings, the location is convenient. The facilities are great and the place is very clean and comfortable. Staff there are very kind-hearted and helpful. It is a good choice for staying in Prague.
Nice atmosphere, in particular the lobby and the bar. Big room (double private) with rather stylish shower. Nice and helpful staff.
A real problem was and most likely is the lack of warm water. When I made my reservation, I explicitly let them know that some people complained about the lack of warm water supply. We faced the same problem. The first two days, water supply was ok but for the rest of our stay warm water was not available after 7.30 in the morning and sometimes even (again) in the evening. This is really an issue. The water was freezing cold. Would I recommend the Czech Inn? It depends. If you get up really early (or very late) water might not be an issue. Otherwise I would look for something better.
Stylish bedrooms, cheap bar, good coffee, good breakfast buffet, close to public transport, friendly staff.
Breakfast buffet is advertised on Booked.net as included in the price, but upon arrival I was informed that it actually costs extra.
All the staff were really freindly and helpful especially the reception staff nothing was to much trouble
Rooms need air con in summer as the trams run all night and sound like a rocket going through room with windows open.... but hey just drink more and pass out! LOL