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Old 02-18-2015, 12:13 PM   #1
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I thought I had reviewed my stay before, but I don't see it. So here goes.

I stayed here for 2 nights in April 2014. I was in a 6 bed dorm room, I got in about 21:30, and there was one bed available in my room. I was by far the oldest person in this room . It was a bit like a college dorm room. But that was cool, I can handle that way better than a bunch of stiffs. There were two guys from the UK in their early 20's... they were quite a riot. A girl from Vancouver and one from Australia. The two girls were going to school in the UK and were on holiday. The other guy that wasn't there was from the U.S. So it was a pretty fun group. We talked for a bit and shared a couple drinks. They were going out clubbing.

The rooms were nice, I didn't really hear sounds from the other rooms. The front desk was very accommodating. My only complaint is the lack of male bathrooms. They have unisex bathrooms and unisex showers and then a whole section of female only showers. I ended up taking a shower at like 11:30 at night because that was the only time I could get into one. But I would stay there again, although it is a bit away from the city center. It took about 20 or so minutes to walk there from Praha Hlavni Train Station. About a 20 minute walk for me to get to the river in the morning.

There is a little store across the street and some restaurants in the area too, so you aren't far away from stuff.

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