7 tips for where to stay overnight cheaply in Prague or Brno

7 tips for where to stay overnight cheaply in Prague or Brno

Enjoy the charm of Prague and discover the beauties of Brno. We’ll give you advice on where you can stay overnight without breaking the bank.

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Do you want to sleep just a few minutes’ walk from the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle or to set out on a romantic walk first thing in the morning through the empty streets of the Old Town? Whether you’re looking for quiet accommodation that you can make your home for a few days, or rather a place where you’ll enjoy a great party, you’ll surely choose from our tips on interesting hostels.

Mosaic House

Location: Praha 2, Odborů 278/4
TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
The stylish Mosaic House is situated in the New Town just 10 minutes’ walk from the Charles Bridge in Prague. This design hotel and hostel offers environmentally-friendly rooms and studio suites. It has received a lot of awards, most of them just thanks to its environmentally-friendly approach. You can look forward to a selection of local food and international specialities in the La Loca Music bar with a lounge that also offers live music and DJ events. The hotel is surrounded by a broad range of shops and cafés. The hotel is an ideal starting point for discovering Prague and its most notable historical monuments starting with Prague Castle up to the Old Town Square.

Czech Inn

Location: Praha 2, Francouzská 76
TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
Accommodation in a beautifully renovated 19th century building is offered by Hostel Czech Inn. You’ll find it in a hipsters’ quarter on the boundary of Vinohrady and Vršovice, 1.5 kilometres from the historical centre of Prague. In the brick cellar you can visit a bar that offers live entertainment or light refreshments in the evening. The staff will be willing to give you information on the major sights and recommend less known places worth visiting to you as well. It’s just a short journey on foot to the Náměstí Míru metro station. In the vicinity you’ll also find tram and bus stops and the trams or buses will take you straight to the city centre. Neighbouring Krymská Street has become famous not only for its cafés and neighbourhood festivities in recent years. The New York Times has included it in its choice of the twelve most beautiful streets in Europe.

Hostel & Penzion Downtown

Location: Praha 1, National třída 19
TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
Hostel Downtown is located in the refurbished spaces of a cubist house in the historical centre of Prague not far from the National Theatre. All the rooms in Hostel Downtown are furnished simply with a modern shared or separate bathroom. The staff sometimes invite the guests to take part in common activities such as cooking or night tours of the city. Breakfast is available in the hostel for a supplementary charge, or you can make use of a shared kitchen. The Národní třída metro station is situated 300 metres from the hostel. The Lucerna Palace and the Mucha Museum are 10 minutes’ walk away, the National Museum is 15 minutes away on foot.

Hostel Elf

Location: Praha 3, Husitská 11
One of the most original Prague hostels is surely the family Hostel Elf, which has been in operation since 2000. It is located in Žižkov, just 20 minutes on foot from Wenceslas Square and 10 minutes from the Main Train Station. If you aren’t just interested in a place where to sleep, you can use a lounge, have a game of table football in the garden or take part in regular barbecues.  From the hostel’s garden you can enter Vítkov Park with the National Monument and an equestrian statue of Jan Žižka z Trocnova. It’s definitely a hostel with a great atmosphere, suitable especially for students and young travellers.

Ahoy! Hostel

Location: Praha 1, Na Perštýně 10
TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
Ahoy! Hostel is situated in the centre of Prague 500 metres from the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. All the rooms are furnished in bright colours and guests have a common kitchen and luggage room at their disposal there. In the close surroundings of the hostel, you’ll find restaurants, bars and pubs. Ahoy! Hostel is located 600 metres from the National Theatre and 500 metres from the Vltava River. The distance to the Národní třída tram stop is 100 metres and the Můstek metro station is 200 metres away.

Hostel Café Mitte

Location: Brno, Panská 11
TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
This small hostel with a café is located in a historical building in the historical centre of Brno 450 metres from St Peter and Paul’s Cathedral. Hostel Mitte provides accommodation in rooms with original parquet flooring and wooden furniture including a dining table. All the rooms are decorated with scenes from Czech history and portraits of Czech artists. There is a common lounge on the 3rd floor. Mitte Hostel is 7 minutes’ walk away from the Brno main train station. You’ll find a cinema, pub and a number of shops in its immediate vicinity.

Jacob Brno

Location: Brno, Jakubské náměstí 7
TripAdvisor rating: 4.5
The accommodation can be found in the very centre of Brno in the immediate vicinity of the historical St Jacob’s Church and 200 metres from Liberty Square. A shared kitchen and dining room are available and the rooms are furnished practically and have wooden flooring. The bathrooms and toilets are shared. For more demanding guests, the building offers comfortable suites with separate sanitary facilities, an equipped kitchenette, washing machine, balcony and terrace. The guesthouse boasts a unique atmosphere, and history combines excellently with a modern style there. It’s 900 metres from the main train station and 1.5 kilometres to the bus station.