Czech Inn Design Hostel, a member of Europe’s Famous Hostels, features swanky décor, comfy places and cool spaces. Step inside our beautifully resorted 19th century building and find a welcoming, communal atmosphere and a variety of accommodation options. Whether you’re traveling solo, as a couple, with friends or with family, we’ve got a place for you.
With custom-designed dorms of all shapes of sizes, private en-suite rooms and apartments, there are plenty of places to settle in at the Czech Inn. Kudos to our local designer Olga Novotná, natural wood, lacquered cement, exposed brick, sleek fixtures and splashes of color show off Czech Inn’s simple elegance and minimalist flair. Our rooms are fitted with steel brushed beds and over-sized pillows fit for kings and our bathrooms feature little luxuries such as massive rain-head showers.
Tucked cozily beneath Czech Inn, find our very own brick on-site bar. In tune with the rest of Czech Inn, it’s cool and straightforward with all the right ingredients for a good time: laid-back atmosphere, quintessential happenings, happy hours to write home about and friendly folks just like you.
Perhaps the greatest feature of Czech Inn is our staff. Friendly, multilingual and with lots of local knowledge, they’ll dot your map with the best things to do and see during your stay Prague. If you’re looking for a comfortable place to whittle your Czech sightseeing adventures and a local who can lend a hand, swing by our reception anytime 24-7.
We sure are looking forward to meeting you!
Our Family: Bohemian Hostels
Czech Inn is the baby of the Bohemian Hostels family. The Bohemian Hostels story dates back to 1999, when Sir Toby’s opened with just ten beds…and zero guests. Fifteen years and thousands of guests later, our family has grown to include the boutique beauty Miss Sophie’s, and yours truly, the chic and sleek Czech Inn.
Over the years, we’ve turned some heads. We’ve been featured in: New York Times. Elle. Glamour. El Pais. Washington Post. The Times (UK). The Guardian Unlimited. Let’s Go. Lonely Planet. Routard. The Rough Guide. And many more.