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Soukenicka 1756/34, Prague 110 00 Czech Republic
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#25 of 1,313 Specialty lodging in Prague
Be energized by art in the heart of Prague. 4 minutes walk to the Old Town Square. 24-hour reception and free breakfast and hot drinks anytme. Art Hole Hostel is a small, warm and homely place you can call home. We are ideally located: a short walk to the main train and bus stations and the Old Town Square: we're in the middle of all 3, in a quiet corner of Prague's old town. You can cook here in our 2 fully-equipped kitchens. There's a supermarket around the corner.Our receptionist is in our main living room 24 hours a day, happy to chat and inspire adventure around this beautiful city, and beyond. There are no curfews and no problems for late or early arrivals. Just put down your backpacks and relax.Art Hole Hostel is exclusively for young adults. Public transport to and from the airport costs 1 Euro : Airport Bus 119 and tram 26 to the end of our street. Easy!We're not a party hostel. We offer colourful days and peaceful nights. Great nightlife is just a short walk away. Prague's great pubs and clubs begin in the next street from ours: - Beer from 1000litre tanks, grand cafes, wine bars, jazz bars, cinemas and concert halls - are all close to us. Prague's attractions are within walking distance.Our charming staff know this city well and are eager to be asked the secret jewels in Prague's magnificent crown, as well as the diamonds. We'll point you towards the main events happening here during your visit.We have made two folders of our personal recommendations of places to drink and eat and see.We do not accept stag party groups here.Our hostel is small, with beds for 34 guests - with 4 toilets and 4 showers for everyone to share.
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Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Bicycle rental
Board games / puzzles
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Laundry service
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Snow313 wrote a review Oct 2019
16 contributions34 helpful votes
The owner is such a nice guy. All the staff are super friendly and the hostel is just great in general. The group dinners are a perfect way to talk to people at the hostel and really helped the social vibe. I’d definitely stay here again if I come back 🤘
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Marita B wrote a review Sep 2019
Norway1166 contributions223 helpful votes
I was positively surprised by this hostel. It was not only cool due to the art on the walls, but it was also clean, it had extremely helpful staff and a good athmosphere. I booked this hostel for a group of 17 people during a school trip. Students were 18-19 years old. We had a room for ourselves (16 beds and a matress on the floor). We had a decent vegetarian breakfast everyday and the hostel also offered vegetarian dinner every evening for a low price. This is a social and nice hostel, not a party hostel. It was clean and we felt safe and that the staff really wanted us to have a good stay there and in Prague in general.
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Date of stay: September 2019
laurajustineschu wrote a review Sep 2019
Amsterdam, The Netherlands5 contributions1 helpful vote
I stayed at Art Hole for 3 nights total and had a great experience. The hostel is in a perfect location, very short walk to the center square. A simple free breakfast was provided, which was appreciated in order to start the day without having to worry about that. I didn't take advantage of the dinner but it was 4€ a night and there was always a sign up sheet throughout the day, which seemed like a nice addition to saving money and meeting people. The staff was friendly in allowing me to keep my luggage stored when my bus left at 11 pm after checking out nearly 12 hours prior. All together, this is probably one of the best hostels I've stayed in for being very well rounded in many aspects.
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Date of stay: August 2019
João Abreu wrote a review Jul 2019
3 contributions
The hostel has an incredible location, there is no doubt. But I guess that is not the only important thing to say. The hostel has three floors and if anyone has the chance to get a room in the first floor I would say there are no problems with that. But, if you get a room in the third floor, as I did, the story is completely different: - small bathrooms; - exposed wipes in the bathroom; - one bathroom for more than 20 people (the other one was under maintenance); - the bathroom was equiped with just a tap to take a "shower"; - mould in the bathroom and in the room; - in my room, my locker wasn't really locking so I had to use my girlfriend's one; - The staffs were great but there is a girl that everyday went to our room and layed down in a guest bed, put a blanket
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Date of stay: July 2019
Carlos B wrote a review Jun 2019
London, Canada1040 contributions114 helpful votes
The staff is great, drinks are cheap and the internet is good. The bathroom had exposed wires on the roof, it was always very wet all over. The toilet space is so small you hit your head on the door. There's also no roof in the toilets. The hostel is in a building that looks abandoned, with non-used things like an old disgusting couch on the stairs, very dusty.
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Date of stay: June 2019
$19 - $57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Czech RepublicBohemiaPraguePraha 1 (City Center) / Nove Mesto (New Town)
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