Sir Toby's Hostel
Delnicka 24, Prague, Czech Republic
Doubles from: $65 to $89
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Located in the emerging Holešovice neighborhood, Sir Toby's Hostel is a laidback spot with cool style and a friendly atmosphere. Although the setting is a bit out of the city center, an easy tram ride gets you to the must-sees (plus there's plenty in the vicinity to keep you amused).
Pros: Friendly, social vibe. Well-furnished. Great common areas.
Cons: Not terribly central.
Rooms at Sir Toby's have a homey vibe, with fresh green fabric curtains, black-and-white photos and flea-market furnishings. Dorm rooms sleep up to ten and have both bunks and single beds, each with a lock box and personal reading lamp.
Shared bathrooms are basic, while private ones are roomier. In addition to singles and doubles with private bathrooms, twins with shared facilities are also available.
The bar is a cool cellar space with comfy, hip furnishings and a brick-lined ceiling. A large TV often shows Czech movies with English subtitles. The space doubles as the breakfast room, where an expansive buffet (including pancakes and eggs) is served for 100 CZK. There isn’t a restaurant per se, but every day the kitchen prepares a couple of vegetarian options for a light lunch or supper (for a small fee).
Sir Toby's has a huge guest kitchen and a lovely backyard garden with a barbeque. The hostel is a great place to meet people, thanks to the friendly staff and plentiful hang-out spots. The building is accessed by a pin code and each room has swipe card entry.
Wi-Fi is free throughout.
» Jacy Meyer, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
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About the Sir Toby's Hostel neighborhood
Nove Mesto means "new town" in Czech. Prague's business district surrounds Stare Mesto on its eastern and southern borders. The area has plenty of sightseeing draws. Home to the famed Wenceslas Square as well as the National Museum, the neighborhood is less than 20 minutes from Old Town Square by subway or tram.