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Hostels and Hotels are perhaps the best and only temporary accommodation service that you might look for in Prague. Since there is a great number of hotels and hostels that offer their services in Prague, we bring you some of the best valued quality-price rated hotels that we may recommend you:

 

NOTE: Use our promocode when booking hotel/hostel from our list and get an additional 10% discount on all hotel services.

 

Promocode : 'flats'

 

 

 

All-you-can-eat breakfast will fill you for a fee and there’s a bar in the evenings for gossip and glee. Transport tickets are available, as are lockers and you can borrow from our library while a Sir Toby’s guest. Our historical art-nouveau building is ready to host your European euphoria or your meandering melancholia. Within a five-minute walk of the hostel, one can find supermarkets, photo-processing stores, a teahouse, a post-office, hairdressers, second-hand clothing stores, the Prague Markets (for fresh fruits and vegetables, clothes, and much more), a paper shop, copy shop, health food shop, butcher’s, baker’s, restaurants, clubs, and whatever else one’s daily life requires.Amongst other things, we offer: Internet, FREE wifi, complimentary tea, free city maps, International public pay phone, laundry service, BBQ, and extensive information about Prague.

 

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http://www.sirtobys.com/

 

 

 

 One of Europe’s Famous Hostels, Czech Inn offers affordable luxury and good vibes. At Czech Inn you will find a unique blend: a chic, modern and minimalist style mixed with a welcoming, communal atmosphere. With clean spaces, comfortable beds, oversized pillows, cool bathrooms featuring massive rain-head showers…we offer all you need for a relaxing and memorable stay in Prague. We offer private rooms for those travellers looking for some privacy, and shared rooms for the budget-conscious traveller looking to mix and mingle. This fusion makes Czech Inn the perfect place to stay whether you are young or old (or rather, ‘young in spirit’), travelling for business or pleasure…or whatever.

 

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http://www.czech-inn.com/

 

 

 

Modern, eco-friendly, and centrally located, Mosaic House blends four star luxuries and relaxed comfort. From shared rooms to private rooms with terraces, all are beautifully designed with cozy linens, gorgeous bathrooms, modern amenities (iPod docking stations and flatscreen TVs) and super green features (such as raindance showers, smart climate control, and electric shutters). Settle into one of our many common spaces, such as our theatre bar, restaurant, sports lounge, or garden terrace and enjoy the free WiFi. In the evening, relax and mingle in our cocktail lounge bar and restaurant frequently featuring live entertainment. Our vibrant and international staff will provide you with a customized map and endless recommendations for your explorations in our favourite city. If atmosphere, people, and an experience are what you are seeking, you’ve found your place.

 

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http://www.mosaichouse.com/

 

 

 

Miss Sophie’s makes a fine art of the fine line between luxury and thrift; between traveling & living. Since 2004 we have been providing designer dorms and artsy apartments to all manner of traveler and tourist, for get-aways, stay-aways, business, pleasure, and all stations in between.Cool architecture contrasts with warm staff, sharp lines with soft beds. From wifi to concierge services, Miss Sophie’s offers everything you want, but nothing you don’t need. For those looking for a quiet night in, we have a basement lounge / kitchen, with couches, a widescreen TV, and DVDs to borrow for free from reception. For ease on your knees our faithful elevator will take you where you please.

 

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http://www.miss-sophies.com/

As foreigners whether students or employed, accommodation is one of the most important aspect of your stay in Prague whether long/short term. 

The rent is usually payed in Czech Crowns (Kč/CZK) rather than Euros. In 99% of cases.

Apartments are categorized accordingly: 1+kk (meaning 1 room + kitchenette), 1+1 (1 room + kitchen), 2+kk (2 rooms + kitchenette), 2+1 (2 rooms + kitchen) etc. 

If you visit Prague for a couple of days/weeks possibly 1/2 months then it is most recommended to stay at a Hotel or Hostel.

For students that will attend public universities during their exchange will have it possible to register and live in a dormitory. Dormitories are a great way to exchange cultural experiences and are usually the cheapest accommodation you may get. On the other hand dormitories in the Czech Republic are more than 40 years old, furnishing is still the same since 40 years ago, there were also many cases of poor to awful conditions of the rooms. You might also be forced to stay with up to as 4-6 people per room which may become very unpleasant.

If you are coming for an internship/ one semester as an exchange student we may already recommend to find an apartment. The problem is most property owners/ real estate agents will not rent you an apartment for such a short period. The standard contract length of an apartment rental in Czech Republic is 1 year. Yes, some owners will allow but this is a minority, flats for rent for such a short period are very, very difficult to find. In other cases you may find beautiful apartments which are possible to rent for only 2-3 months, however these are apartments with a different price strategy where the rent is usually twice greater than a standard rent price. For example a 2 room apartment that will be rented for 15,000 CZK. Will be for 30,000 CZK. Student Flats agency provides numerous apartments where this 'shorter term' rent is possible.

For students coming for a whole year, it might be simple to negotiate with owners/ agents. A contract for 10 months is more pleasing than a contract for 4/5 months (1 semester length). Therefore it might be possible to negotiate for such a contract length.

For students/ employed who plan to live in Prague for 1 year or longer, it will be comfortable to choose among practically all apartments.

Be aware however of the fact that renting any apartment from a regular Real Estate company/ agent will cost you a commission of 1 months full rent. For example, renting a 25,000 CZK apartment, at the contract signature you will be forced to pay a deposit, 1st months rent, and commission to the agency. In this situation it would be 75,000 CZK. Also be very careful to rent an apartment straight through an owner. The owner might want to force you to register utility bills such as electricity, internet, gas on your name which is difficult for a foreigner. You might also have experience trouble with communication since English speakers in Czech Republic are not a certain case. 

Here are various simple tips that we recommend every incoming foreigner to follow when searching for accommodation:

  • Do not go to a viewing alone
  • Do not pay anything before you have everything in writing
  • Always ask for a payment receipt
  • A rent that is too low for the location or type of housing as well as unrecognizable pictures of the location may indicate fraudulent practices
  • Avoid identity theft: never send a copy of your passport to strangers 

Student Flats agency guarantees reliable service. If you do not wish to make use of our agency, then please be aware that there may be unreliable landlords and room agencies. Unfortunately, also in Prague there are reports of students that have been misled.

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