It was a bit far from centre of town but the price was very acceptable in comparison to staying closer.
We arrived around 8:00pm the reception was closed ( that was a bit disturbing ) but there was a note to get the key from another hotel near by. The only bad thing was we had to pull the luggage there and back. Abit overwhelming after travelling all day. But all in all once we knew the system it was all good.
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The Grand hotel is located directly in the city centre. Wenceslas Square, the main Prague boulevard with many shops …More
The hostel is complete with a restaurant so unless you want something more special, you don't need to look for lunch/dinner elsewhere.
We were accommodated in a small room, normally given as a single room, but this was compensated for by a 200Kc voucher to use in the restaurant or against future stay. As we stayed only one night, and literally used the room just for sleeping, this was not an issue.
Although we had a window on to the street, which was very noisy, the rest of the hostel was ok, clean, with a large equipped kitchen, clean bathroom and toilets, and a very good breakfast buffet.
It's not far from the main train station, and close to the tram and buses into the city, and there is also a decent selection of shops along the street.
All in all a very satisfying stay.
nice location , bus stop just right next to the hotel, 3 stops from metro and main bus station
staffs are quite nice
bed seems not so strong
laundry- a bit expensive
wifi signal is not so bad