Hostels in the Old Town


Situated on the right bank of the Vltava River, the Old Town, which is part of Prague 1, is the oldest quarter in the city. Together with the Lesser Town, they combine to form the busiest and the most frequently traveled, desirable district of the capital for visitors.

All hostels in the Old Town offer an ideal location for exploring the city of Prague as they are located within a short distance of famous monuments as other important points of interest. In addition to the excellent opportunity for sightseeing, guests can enjoy countless restaurants offering a variety of dining experiences and bars which remain open until the late hours of the morning. 

The most notable attractions of the Old Town are the Old Town Square with the Astronomical Clock, Celetná Street and the Royal Route leading to the Prague Castle. Because it offers the opportunity to visit 440 cultural monuments, the Old Town of Prague is included on the UNESCO list.

Since a large part of the Old Town is a pedestrian area, it is advisable that guests make arrangements in advance regarding the details of their arrival and requirements for parking. 

PragueHere.com offers a list of independent ratings which are provided by guests of the hostels. The website content is created by Prague residents in order to provide accurate reviews of the district. 

Favourite hostels are rented quickly, so it is highly recommended that clients make reservations well in advance, particularly during the high seasons.

Complete list of hostels in the Old Town on website Booking.com


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Recommended hostels:

Hostel Downtown 3*

(0 – 50 € for shared room,50-100 € for separate room)

Narodni 19, Prague, 110 00, Czech Republic

Hostel Downtown(25 rooms) This hostel is located 800 meters from the Old Town Square and is also several minutes walking to the Vltava riverside. As it is situated near the river, guests can visit Vltava´s islands where public parks offer tranquil environments for relaxation. The closest metro station is Národní Třída which is situated near various clubs, bars and restaurants. A number of enjoyable events is organized for clients of the Downtown Hostel; for example, night walks in the city of Prague or excursions into the surrounding neighbourhood.

Old Prague House

( 0 – 50 € for shared room, 50-100 € for separate room)

Náprstkova 7, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic

Old Prague House(12 rooms and apartments) Old Prague House is a family hostel situated in a two-storey building in the centre of the Old Town with a restaurant serving Czech cuisine and a small grocery store. Rooms can accommodate one to five people, and guests are served breakfast every morning free of charge. Parking in front of the building is not available, but arrangements can be made for space in garages within the city centre. The nearest tram stop is Karlovy Lázně.

Hostel Franz Kafka

(0 – 50 €)

Kaprova 13/14, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic

Hostel Franz Kafka(30 rooms and apartments) Situated in the most popular location, only a few steps from the Old Town Square and the metro station Staroměstská, Franz Kafka Hostel is one of the most affordable hostels in the city centre. The neighbourhood offers numerous opportunities for dining, shopping and drinking at local bars. These accommodations feature rooms with one or any number of beds, with a maximum of a dozen and is a favourite, especially for young visitors.

Hostel Homer

( 0 – 50 € for shared room, 50-100 € for separate room)

Melantrichova 11, Prague, 11000, Czech Republic

Hostel Homer(9 rooms and apartments) Housed in a building from the 16th century, this hostel has a unique atmosphere created by an interior décor featuring a number of preserved, historical elements. The accommodations offer rooms with lofty, decorated ceilings and a view of the narrow streets of Prague. In addition, the hostel is located directly in the city centre, close to the metro station Můstek