Loved that it was not right in the city center but very close. Walkable
distance so we took advantage of that. Very close to the metro stations
as well when didnt feel like walking. Good restaurants and pubs around
that are not filled with tourists. We were the only tourists in most
pubs and great Czech food unless meat and bread aren't your thing.
Hostel value was what we paid, satisfied with service. Got the private
room and it was very spacious. With paying a little bit extra for. Love
love - Anonymous
location is very good, there is kitchen in the room so we can cooking - Wu
I love this hostel. The room of 8 girls is quite big. And they have laundry drying rack that you can borrow. So you can hang dry the clothes in the room. They also hold activities every night(some are free). I enjoyed the easter eggs painting activity and the Czech soup cooking activity. The staff is very nice and helpful. Big supermarket, Tesco, is just few blocks away. Also there is small supermarket right next door. Free computers with internet. This is a hostel not too big, so it offers an - Anonymous
The staff were super polite, very pleasant and helpful. Location was okay, about a 10-15 minute walk to the touristy center of the city. It was quite clean (for a hostel). - Anonymous
The all night bus from the airport drops you right at the Hostel door at I P Pavlova. Remember to push the button by the entrance and the gate onto the courtyard will be opened for you. Although I arrived around 1 30 am I had no problem gaining admittance. There was a nice breakfast waiting for me the next morning and the hostel was clean. For groups of backpackers particularly and or late arrivals the hostel seems to be a good choice!. - Anonymous
The staff was extremely helpful and seemed truthfully concerned about your well-being during your stay in Prague. I lived in Prague for several years so I have the basis for judging their advice as good and precise.
The breakfast was not super varied, but it was quite good.
Finally the staff is composed mostly of young Czech people so they're way more friendly than the older staff elsewhere.
The strict no-smoking policy is a nice break from Prague's still very permissive smoke culture. - Anonymous