Prague is a well-loved holiday destination visited by millions of tourists every year. Historic sights such as Prague Castle with St Vitus Cathedral, Old Town Square and Charles Bridge are the main attractions. However, visitors can also enjoy a meal in its many cosy restaurants, or go for a stroll along the Vltava River.
Downtown Prague is the most desired location for accommodation. Known as Prague 1, it encompasses Old Town, Lesser Town and New Town. The famous Wenceslas Square, a favourite spot for tourists, offers many accommodation options.
Downtown hostels are a good choice for those looking for comfortable accommodation at a reasonable price. Historic monuments are within walking distance and there is an endless variety of shops as well as two shopping centers, Palladium at Náměstí Republiky and Quadrio at Národní třída. Prague’s downtown has lots of parking restrictions and it is, therefore, advisable to enquire about parking availability prior to arrival.
The accommodation listed on PragueHere.com is based on independent reviews given by hostel guests. The hostels are also recommended based on an intimate knowledge of Prague since the website’s content has been created by people living in Prague.
The best hostels are often fully booked due to the large number of visitors to Prague. Reservations should be made well ahead of arrival date.
Complete list of downtown hostels on website Booking.com
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Wenceslas Square 20, 110 00 Prague 1 – New Town, Czech Republic
(8 rooms) Recently reconstructed, the hostel is located in the lower part of Wenceslas Square. Important historic monuments such as Old Town Square, Municipal House and Charles Bridge, are only a 5-minute walk away. Rooms range from 2-bed to 16-bed and each has a bathroom. There is a lounge with a television, a shared kitchen, a washing machine available for guests, free WiFi, and a restaurant serving Italian cuisine.
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Opletalova 13, 110 00 Prague 1 – New Town, Czech Republic
(9 rooms) In a side street off Wenceslas Square, close to the Main Train Station, the National Museum, and the St Vitus Statue, lies a hostel with simply decorated rooms. There are shared bathroom and toilet facilities. However, the hostel also offers self-contained units with their own entrance, kitchen, bathrooms and parking. There are a washing machine and dryer available for guest use for a fee. Parking is available in the hostel’s garage.
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Míšeňská 68/8, 118 00 Prague 1 – Lesser Town, Czech Republic
(14 rooms) This hostel with a bar is located very close to Charles Bridge, Kampa Museum and the funicular to Petřín Lookout. Rooms arrange from 2-bed to 14-bed with a bathroom for each. Guests can use a large shared kitchen, a lounge with television and a barbecue. The hostel also offers free Wi-Fi.
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Čelakovského sady 8, 110 00 Prague 1 – New Town, Czech Republic
(4 rooms) This hostel is located next to the National Museum near Wenceslas Square. A popular park, Riegrovy sady and the Main Train Station are a short walking distance away. Shared rooms have their own seating and offer courtyard or the street views. Each room has a private bathroom. The hostel also features a fully equipped shared kitchen and a lounge.