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Miss Sophie's Hostel

Listed under Hostels in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Modern and minimalist, Miss Sophie is decked out in clean, crisp white. One of the more-hostel-than-hostel, gaffs, Miss Sophie won’t give you a free breakfast in the morning but her bathrooms are so new as to be actually funky and the review sites frequently mention the abundance of high pressure hot water.

Hotels don’t have four bed dorms which is the main difference here, but the private doubles and apartment style rooms are definitely hotel caliber. Hotels don’t have the same communal kitchen or lounge areas either and though Sophie’s are nice they’re not as happening as some of the less designed, less expensive and more ‘communal’ style of hostel. So it’s a dorm style hotel then. A good fit for people who want to come home from a days sightseeing have a hot shower and sleep in a quite bedroom.

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