- 19 rooms
- 38 beds
The Student house Holandská is located in district Vršovice. You will find yourself in one of Prague’s oldest areas, surrounded by beautiful traditional architecture and everything needed for a comfortable life at your fingertips.
The area is full of cozy coffee and brunch places, restaurants of all flavors, and several charming parks. Public transport is just a few steps from the front door, ready to take you wherever you need to go.
You can choose between private apartments or double rooms with shared bathrooms for a maximum of two of your neighbors. A starting package: a set of bed linen, pillow, blanket, set of dishes, and cutlery will be waiting for you upon arrival. And be sure our standard includes a lot more.
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- Tram and bus station (1 mins)
- Fa Market (2 mins) & Mini Market (5 mins)
- Tante drugstore (3 mins)
- Breakfast and brunch places
Tvoje Máma, Cafe Jen, Prostě kafe, Caffee Buddha, Coffee Source
- Various bars and restaurants
Mistro, Pizzeria La Torretta, Osteria da Clara, Bistro Lanka Döner Kebab, HUA LONG ZHAI, Milá Tchýně
High speed WiFi for free
Starting package: All your linen and kitchen needs
One card for everything - Front door, Room door
- from 991 EUR / month
Private double room
- from 33 EUR / day
- from 958 EUR / month
- from 31 EUR / day
- from 950 EUR / month
Fans of a good urban mix shouldn’t miss Vršovice – the hilly neighborhood where bourgeois meets working class and old meets new.
Start off at Čechovo náměstí where the impressive St. Wenceslas church is located. You can then make your way to the similarly impressive park at Havlíčkovy sady, or as locals call it “Grébovka”. Make sure you don’t miss the small but fantastic Café Jen along the way – these guys have the best coffee in the area! If you’re up for some shopping, try Xaoxax on Krymská street for a small community bookstore full of wonderful books, magazines and posters illustrated by local artists. If you’re hungry after all that, try Javánka & Co, a restaurant run by the lovely Juanita, who settled in Prague from Indonesia. They offer a great mix of Southeast Asian dishes with a fun, bric-a-brac interior.