Prague Hostel Advantage
Hostel central location
Prague hostel Advantage is located right in the centre of Prague, which makes it easy to get quickly to all Prague sightseeings and points of interest in the Prague historical centre as well as to the bus or train stations.
The fastest way of transportation is the Prague Metro (underground), however trams and buses are reliable as well and really come on time!
High standard of accommodation
The standard of accommodation in Prague Hostel Advantage is high and meets the Hostelling International's Assured Standards.
Prague Hostel Advantage provides accommodation in shared rooms as well as private rooms and apartments. The shared rooms are either male, female or mixed. Newly reconstructed toilets and bathrooms are on each floor.
The hostel has single, double, triple rooms, quads and five-to-seven-bed rooms, plus two apartments for 4 and 5 persons which have its own WC/shower and sat TV. All rooms have large lockers for your backpacks!
Cheap accommodation prices
Prague Hostel Advantage offers 10% discount for HI cardholders. Discount is not valid for online bookings and for bookings that already were discounted. Accepted cards: VISA, EC/MC, AMEX, Maestro.
Great hostel amenities
You can safely store your valuables at reception in the safe and your backpacks in the luggage storage free of charge of course. A lounge with sat. TV, free WiFi and two PCs with internet connection is next to the hostel reception.
A refurbished and fully equipped kitchenette is available for all hostellers as well as the excellent restaurant located in the hostel basement with outside beer garden, which serves Czech & international dishes at very reasonable prices.
- central location
- shared and private rooms
- free WiFi
- free PCs with internet
- open 24 hours
- high accommodation standard
- great prices, HI discount
- breakfast, hot shower, towel included
- large lockers in all rooms
- safe and luggage storage
- free parking for bikes and motorbikes
- great restaurant in the basement
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