Wednesday, September 27, 2006


It had to happen, and we've done it in Prague. What better place to locate our first brand new Plus Hostel than in Prague.
Plus Prague will be the largest hostel for backpackers with the best facilities and typically high standards you have come to expect when it opens in March 2007.
With over 500 beds on offer, from private twins to dorms of 4, 6 and 8, all spacious and designed with attention to the little things. Such as personal reading lights, extra room in the bathrooms, ensuite bathrooms for all dorms, guest kitchens on all floors and that's not all.
Our hostel will also contain a travel desk, supermarket, restaurant, latenight bar and DJ. Meanwhile downstairs you can expend some energy in the gym, swimming pool and spa. For the ladies we even offer an exclusive Plusgirls space, specifically designed with the independent female traveller in mind.
You get all of these great facilities, the same dedication to security, cleanliness and fun as with all of our accommodation providers at backpacker prices.
We look forward to seeing you there soon.

1 comment:

EuropeanTop said...

Hello and thanks for the opportunity to read and post on your blog.

I’ve just posted an article related to travel tips for seniors on my blog and I thought maybe you’d be interested in reading it. Here is short preview of some of the areas I covered:

- Prefer a backpack on wheels instead of a suitcase, you could pull it behind you when your back hurts or you are exhausted.
- Consider checking your bag in with the airlines, because it would become an unnecessary burden to be dragged all over the airport or the city if you are going to have a short visit.
- You could stay outside the city, in a hostel maybe, because it is cheaper, less crowded and the air is much fresher, but you have to walk or use the transport more, to get in the city or to the station.
- Most museums, some concert halls, railways, airlines, bus lines, ferry and shipping lines have a discount policy for seniors.
- Electronic devices are useful but sometimes they can give you a lot of headaches. You could help yourself with a micro-tape recorder to record your notes. It would be easier than to write and you would put them down on paper later, to share your notes with your family.
- If you bring a camera with you to keep the beautiful images alive along the time then make sure you know how to handle it or you might fail to record them not only on that camera but also in your eyes.

For more resources on travelling to Europe you are welcome to visit my blog, where you can also get acces to some excellent maps of Stockholm and maps of London, together with information on hotels and restaurants.

Best regards,

Michael R.