Petrinska Apartments 1
Shkolska 3, Prague 1, 110 00, Prague, Czech Republic, 110 00
Overall Rating: 86
The Petrinska Hostel & Apartments are right in the center of Prague. It's newly opened and just 7 minutes walk to the oldest and most beautiful bridge in Prague (Charles bridge), as well as the Old Town.
Main reception is open daily from 9:00 - 18:00. Check-in time is from 14:00 till 18:00. If you need to arrive a little bit earlier you are more than welcome to come and have a coffee before you check-in. In case you are arriving after 18:00 please let us know before your arrival and a receptionist will wait for you.
Facilities at this hostel include:
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Elevator / lift(s)
The Petrinska Hostel & Apartments are located 5 minutes walk from Wenceslas Square. We offer different types of bright and newly furnished rooms with refrigerator, crockery and tea making facilities. Clean linen and towels are also included. Nearby, there are a lot of typical Czech restaurants and bars, which are not expensive. All rooms that have shared facilities have a common kitchen and bathroom. *Free - Internet, WI-FI in rooms *Free – bed linen, towels, soap *Free - coffee and tea throughout the day *Free - luggage storage after check-out *Free - iron, hair drier Main reception is open daily from 9:00 - 18:00. No curfew - you'll get your own key when you check-in and you will keep it for all your stay. Check-in time is from 14:00 till 18:00. If you need to arrive a bit earlier you are more than welcome to come and have a coffee before you check-in. In case you are arriving after 18:00 please call the hostel reception to let us know before your arrival and a receptionist will wait for you. Check-out time is by 10:00. Recently, big western brands, luxury boutiques, fast food restaurants like KFC and McDonalds are appearing all around the city. Most shopping malls and arcades are located close to Wenceslas Square, Na prikope & Narodni trida. You can find pretty much everything from clothes, electronics and music stores to glass shops and antiques. Close to tourist attractions there are many shops selling souvenirs, t-shirts with Franz Kafka, Mucha merchandise, Russian dolls, flaunting puppets, Czech porcelain and glass. If you’re looking for odd shopping you should head down hidden passages and to arcades, backstreet shops of Mala Strana and Old Town.