Was perfect for two young girls in Prague for a long weekend. We felt completely safe and the hostel was in a perfect location, only a short walk from a tram stop. We could go exploring during the day and stay out at night easily, while feeling safe coming back at a late hour. The staff were very helpful with recommendations and good place to meet people. - Australian Girl
What sets them apart?
This social but relaxed hostel in Zizkov makes a great base for exploring Prague and the surrounding neighborhood, which is full of bars and clubs. With a good breakfast and large dorms, you'll feel very comfortable and social here.
Who's staying here?
Mostly younger backpackers stay here in the dorms, and the private rooms are good for younger couples and those that want more privacy. Solo travelers, females, students, and backpackers all stay here.
Hop on the tram to get you into central Prague in a hurry, or enjoy the walk through the authentic neighborhood.
With a good mix of dorm rooms for budget travelers, this hostel has a lot of great amenities and modern comforts. The colorful rooms are not just fun - the hostel makes sure that everyone is well taken care of here whether you're in the large 20-bed dorm or one of the smaller rooms. Located in Zizkov, you're also not far from old town and plenty of bars and clubs are nearby.
Dorms at the Hostel Boudnik come in a variety of sizes from 5 beds up to 20 beds. All-female dorms are available. The bunk beds each have their own lights and plugs, as well as lockers and shelves. The rooms are large enough to accommodate the number of guests, too. All of the rooms use the shared bathrooms on the hallway. Linens are included, too.
Double and triple rooms are offered at the Hostel Boudnik for a great price. They are nice rooms for couples or small groups of friends. They use the shared hallway bathrooms. With a nice decor and relaxing atmosphere, every budget traveler would be happy in one of these well designed hotel-style rooms.
The bathrooms are modern, recently renovated, and have plenty of hot water. Towels and hair dryers are available at the desk.
The common room here is comfortable and cozy, and is a nice place to relax with other guests to plan your days in Prague. Most of the socializing happens in the large dorm rooms, though, which have some comfortable furniture as well.
They also have a communal kitchen which is a good place to chat, especially during the nice breakfast (for a small fee).
The outdoor patio area behind the hostel is a good place to enjoy Prague's warmer months. Here you can have a meal or chat with friends over a drink.
The Zizkov neighborhood offers plenty of pubs, bars, clubs, shops, and restaurants all within the surrounding blocks of the hostel. And if you want to get into old town, it's just a 30 minute walk. Also nearby is the famous Vitkov hill with some historical sights and museums.
The tram line runs right near the hostel, allowing you to hop into old town Prague in just a matter of minutes. Or head out of the city to explore more of Prague's authentic neighborhoods. The main bus station and train stations are also just 10 to 15 minutes on foot.
Typical hostel amenities can be found at this fairly new hostel, including a great kitchen, laundry machines, Wi-Fi, luggage storage, and a nice breakfast.
The staff here is friendly and fun. They make sure that your stay is not just safe and comfortable, but also fun. They can help you find the best spots in Prague to explore, and on occasion they even head out partying with guests.
Some guests say that this hostel is too quiet for them, as they are looking for more of a party hostel. Others say it is just the right mix of a quiet and social vibe.
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