Gorgeous hostel in a prime location! The Little Qurater name comes fro mthe district, which is basically the old palace district of the city. Don't let the entrance fool you (WHich looks more like a money changers than a hostel!) - the rooms are HUGE.
I stayed in a '5 person' room. The room was actually two 5 person rooms without a dividing door, but the rooms were so large it was not a problem. They could easily have crammed in twice the number of people into that room and it would not have been a squeeze! After having stayed in some tiny rooms it was great to have some more space!
Breakfast is a paid for extra and is standard far for European hostels, but the fact that the hostel has its own Kitchen is nice.
There are plenty of little shops and restaurants and bars nearby and the castle is a five or ten minute walk. The Eastern bank is a short walk too, just don't try the Charles IV bridge!
Oh, and the bathrooms are huge, and feature actual bathtubs! This is certainly a luxuary when a budget traveller!
The only downsides I see are that if they had been busier, the small number of bathrooms/people ration (1 to 10) may have been difficult
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Little Quarter is located in Nerudova Street, directly on the famous Royal Route, which winds through the heart of the historic centre of Prague. It is intended primarily for young travellers. Rooms on the top floors and a roof patio opened during the summer offer unforgettable view of the Prague Castle and Petrin Hill. In the vicinity of the hotel, visitors will find the oldest and most interesting monuments and a number of restaurants, cafes, music clubs, bars and shops. ... more less
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