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TravelPod Member ReviewsCharles Bridge Economic Hostel Prague
Our family of 4 stayed 3 nights in a 3rd floor apartment. We were made to feel very welcome throughout our stay by the friendly, helpful staff, and all the advice on tours, restaurants and sights was spot-on. The apartment was clean, and had just enough cutlery, crockery, jug, toaster etc for us to self cater a few meals. No microwave, but we had access to one a floor down in a common kitchen.
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