- 24 rooms
- 47 beds
The Student house Na Šachtě lies in the upper part of Holešovice district called Letná. You better be a fan of nature, because the largest park in the city – Stromovka, is literally ten steps from the door. You can enjoy running, walking, picnics, or just lying and enjoying the landscape.
Explore all the hipster bars, bistro places, small shops, and restaurants situated mainly around Milady Horákové street. You can also enjoy Czech art at the National Gallery 5 minute walking from the house.
You can choose between private apartments or single and 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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Na Sachte 572/5
- Tram and bus station (3 mins)
- Shopping mall Stromovka (12 mins)
- Breakfast and brunch places
Panki’s Cafe, Ouky Douky Coffee, Kavárna Liberál, Bistro 8,
- Various bars and restaurants
Hillbilly, Bar Cobra, Salt’n’Pepa kitchen, Pipca, Pizzeria Da Antonio, Teplá Kačka, Stejkárna
- National Gallery (10 mins)
- Stromovka Park (3 mins)
Professional High speed WiFi for free
Starting package: All your linen and kitchen needs
One card for everything - Front door, Room door
- from 34 EUR / day
- from 1020 EUR / month
Private single room
- from 21 EUR / day
- from 622 EUR / month
- from 31 EUR / day
- from 950 EUR / month
Private double room
- from 32 EUR / day
- from 958 EUR / month
The upper part of the Prague 7 district is often referred to as Letná by the locals. Although this isn’t quite geographically accurate, the name has stuck. It is one of the leafiest, greenest parts of town.
If you decide to visit this area, don’t skip the large functionalist behemoth of Veletržní palác (Trade Fair Palace) where the contemporary branch of the National Gallery is located. This visit pairs well with a walk in Stromovka, which is arguably the most popular park in Prague. A great lunch menu, good coffee, or cocktails are all good reasons to head to Cobra bar. If you prefer to eat or drink on a budget, you can try Klub AVU, an upbeat spot attached to Prague’s College of the Arts. The service isn’t perfect (c’mon, they’re an art college staff!) but the slightly disheveled surroundings and some decent food make up for it. If you’re in the mood to shop, try Veverkova or Jana Zajíce streets where you’ll find a bunch of good shops with local designs.