5 Reasons to Love Czech Inn Hostel – Prague

Having just returned from my recent trip to Prague, I am reminiscing about reasons to love Czech Inn Hostel. If you’ve read my recent posts; Where to stay and Ultimate Travel Guide, you will know I had an incredible time. In 2016 the weather wasn’t the best when I visited but I got another chance to explore this glorious city.

Love Czech Inn HostelHostels are not for everyone because most hostels have bad reputations of being; cheap, noise and unsanitary compared to hotels. I have stayed in lots of hotels since I started solo traveling from 3* to 5* and each has its pros and cons. Though I noticed some 3* hotels have more cons than pros and even some hostel were better.

The main reason I chose to start including hostels in my types of accommodation wasn’t only the cost but friendships. Staying in hotels I had one routine; wake up early, explore the city, come back and that’s it.  Hostels offer something that many hotels don’t, and that is human interaction, create new friendships. Hotels offers you  your own space, peace and quite but sometimes I need more human interaction.

In this article I aim to share some of my reasons to love Czech Inn hostel.

5 Reasons to Love Czech Inn Hostel in Prague

Czech Inn hostel like many incredible hostels in Prague aim to give their best to the customers. I was happy to be recommended this hostel, to get a chance to explore it myself.  And I feel it’s important to share 5 reasons to love Czech Inn hostel. Obviously there are many more reasons but I have narrowed mine to five, of my main ones.

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Access to public transport: I am someone who loves to walk everywhere in cities that I visit. But what is important is how accessible public transport is and affordable it is. I was happy to be able to get into the centre of Prague in a few minutes without having to interchange buses and trams/trains.

Location: the hostel is located in one of the hippiest part of the city. I was super impressed by how many restaurants and cafes in the area, it’s such a lovely qaint and active area.

Price: money has always been an issue for many people especially those who travel often so it’s important to find affordable places. The problem with most cheap affordable is that the quality of the service offered is often questionable.

What I loved about Czech Inn hostel was how they treated everyone equally and all the rooms were cleaned daily. The beds were comfortable and the pillows really soft which I loved and the showers were incredible throughout.

5 reasons to love czech inn hostel



Events: not every hostel offers daily events which residents can take part in and enjoy. Czech Inn hostel gives you something to look forward to especially those of us who don’t like going out. The events are great places to meet new people that share a common love for something, e.g. traveling.

Not only does the hostel put together some lovely events, arrange free walking tours in collaboration with Good Prague Tours. There is a free bus which takes you into town where the free walking tour to explore the best of the city.

Breakfast selection; whenever I book a hotel I check what is offered for breakfast. For hostels I have often eaten outside during my early morning tours, and end up avoiding whatever breakfast is offered. I was glad to see the selection available at the hostel and honestly I was munching on it every morning. They offer breakfast from 8am through to 12pm to give the late risers a chance to have breakfast as well.

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More reasons to love Czech Inn Hostel in Prague

There are so many other things I loved about the hostel including that they are Eco friendly. Whilst I am not the most Eco-friendly person alive, I try to do my part and glad they do too. The showers definitely impressed me, taking showers were the highlight of my morning and bed time routines. They are powerful with an incredible flow of hot water which I absolutely loved.

Another thing to love was how clean the hostel is in general. All the dorms and communal areas are cleaned daily by the cleaning staff. There is a lot more to love about this hostel including the WiFi speed in communal areas. Though unfortunately for those of us on the top floor it was slower but still worked. It’s a truly incredible hostel, award winning and very affordable prices.

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Disclosure: I was a guest of Czech Inn Hostel in Prague but I was not obligated to share this article. All opinions shared are my own and from my personal experience.


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  1. January 24, 2018 / 10:42 am

    This place looks so incredibly lovely and not at all like I imagined a hostel to be – I haven’t done much travelling due to hotels being incredibly expensive but this has really changed my outlook on things..

  2. January 24, 2018 / 7:54 am

    Wow i am so glad you shared this was looking for places to stay for my trip, eco friendly is definitely a big thumbs up!

  3. Hannah Latoya Bond
    January 23, 2018 / 11:12 pm

    I enjoy staying at hostels as they are very sociable. This one looks great. Prague is on my list of places that i want to see

  4. January 23, 2018 / 1:47 pm

    I have to agree with you, sometimes I find that the hostels are even better than the hotels at some points and I think that the hostel in Prague is lovely. I especially love that the hotel is eco friendly, especially as I have been trying to do my bit to help the environment!

  5. January 22, 2018 / 1:59 pm

    We’re going to Prague soon! I’m so excited. But we’ve not yet booked our accommodation. We were going to hop onto airbnb but I think you’ve just persuaded me otherwise. This place looks fab and I’m jealous of your little work spot. It looks like it’s in the perfect spot for what we want to see and do as well. x

  6. Baby Isabella
    January 22, 2018 / 12:48 pm

    We’ve yet to visit Prague but its on our bucket list this year. Its so refreshing to see a swanky hostel that’s on budget it looks like a great place to stay!

  7. Leah Shafik
    January 22, 2018 / 11:54 am

    I went hosteling when I went to France and Spain 10 years ago as the places were almost like hotels. When you have a tight budget it’s such a great way to go travelling x

  8. Nina Lawman
    January 22, 2018 / 12:15 am

    I never knew hostels could be such social and eventful places! I really hope that I get to stay at one at some point because it seems like something I can get a lot from. I love that this one was in such a great location too so you didn’t feel in the middle of nowhere!

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