I will first write an objective review. At the end I will give you a good story about my trip and this hostel. The good - The mattresses on the beds are the best I have had in a hostel. Top quality - The property is beautiful and well maintained - The shared rooms are big and well distributed Not so good - Internet connection is unstable - The rooms overlooking the front of the building can be noisy if there are people outside in the street downstairs - The terrace closes at 10pm Neutral - The location. I read previous reviews about the hill and distance from the city. I did not find the hill too bad. Distance from the city is worth it if you like to stay in a pretty area. - I did not try their food. Only coffee and it was good The promised true story I’ve planned a last minute trip to Prague. I made a mistake when making the hostel booking. It meant I lost my reservation. I did not realize about my mistake; I became the most horrible customer you can imagine. The staff kept being polite over email. They went above and beyond to help me – even though I kept being unreasonable. I arrived late, tired and grumpy. I was met by Francesca and the manager. To my surprise, they were welcoming, warm and helpful. Yes, this is a great property to stay. The hostel is clean, comfortable, well located. The reason why I recommend it is because of their exceptional high standards of customer service.…
Little Quarter Hostel provided me a perfect staying experience during my visit to Prague. The Hostel is located near the Charles Bridge on the peaceful side of the river on the road leading up to the Castle. Eva is the awesome hostess and provided wonderful conversation and helpful insights into the city. The hostel is clean and peaceful and the rooms spacious and comfortable. Also, be sure to visit the cafe next door that designs their own ceramic cups and encourages you to make your own. Next time I visit Prague this is where I'll be staying!
Nice hostel in a great location, very close to the Charles Bridge. The dorm room was spacious, and included two bathrooms separate from the main room. The kitchen was on the top floor of the hostel and quite small.
Me and my brother stayed for 3 nights there and it was a really good experience. The receptionist, Rob, was a great guy that recommended us some places to go and made our stay in Prague much better. Unlike a lot of other hostels, this one had a great security system that made us possible to go out on the streets and not be worried about our stuff. In conclusion, our best stay at a hostel for the last month that we’ve been traveling.
Little hostel in Mala Strana, 10 mins walking from the city center. Nice neighborhood, calm with beautiful architecture. The hostel itself is very charming, clean and "young". The owners are very welcoming, we arrived sooner than the check-in time, but they made up our room within 30 mins for us to be comfortable. Speaking about the bedroom, we booked the couple one. I wasn't expecting such space! It was like a mini suite, with very nice bathroom (shower and bathtub) and toilets. Big and comfortable bed, large wardrobe, to be short very nice accommodation. Good breakfast for 7 euros/pp (all you can eat buffet)
The location is good and bad. It is a decently located, however there is a bit of an incline to make it to the hostel from the Charles Bridge area. That being said, the bridge is only a short walk away and there are numerous restaurants and bars near the hostel, including the bar located on premises. The rooms are quite large and the lockers underneath the bunks are spacious and are coded to your keycard. There are privacy curtains and power outlets with night light. The wash sink is separate from the toilet and shower, so it allows you to at least brush your teeth and other things while the facilities are occupied. Plenty of common area locations to sit and chill. The kitchen and terrace are also a plus.
Loved this place. Relatively easy to find and a short walk from the tram stop. Great reception and key card for most areas, nice and secure. I stayed in an 8 bedded room with plenty of space and under bed lockable unit. Also curtains around the bed for extra privacy. Bathrooms were clean and plenty of them. Kitchen on the 3rd floor was adequate but led to a lovely terrace. Good downstairs bar and this is where they serve a fabulous breakfast for only 7 euros. Overall a great place to stay and would highly recommend it. Only negative if you are older like me getting on and off the top bunk not very easy or dignified.
One of the best hostels I have ever been too that checks everything off the list. Great location with food nearby and easily accessible taking the tram. Kind receptionist. Can get currency exchange for no commission at the front desk. My friend came a day later and the receptionist offered her to be able to get a bed in the same room as I. Clean bathrooms and room. I felt comfortable walking around just in socks which is rare. Lockers beneath the bed are very spacious and can fit at least 3 full-size backpacks or a small suitcase. The only downside to the lockers beneath is that the lid is heavy and can easily fall on your fingers or slam. The curtains were very nice for privacy. Also, the outlets and lights were right next to the bed.
I'm so inspired to leave a good review about this place, the check in process is easy, they give you a card to access your room and a very modern locker, the rooms are really big, the bathrooms are so nice, the hostel is pretty much like a 3 start hotel with shared rooms. There are individual lamps and charge station in your bed, they have a laundry and the location and staff are great.
One of the best hostels I've ever been too. Location is great, very close to the old town, you can go on foot everywhere. Rooms are big and very clean, so as the bathrooms. I realy enjoyed the space inside the room.