Miss Sophie’s Breakfast In Style
Gather round the breakfast table in our brick cellar lounge for pancakes, omelettes, fresh rolls, delicious jams, fruits, coffee and plenty more prepared fresh daily just for you. Reserve your place at the table between 8am and noon and enjoy a hearty and friendly start to your sight-seeing day.
TripAdvisor Features Miss Sophie’s in Travel Guide
The best places to eat, stay and play in Prague this spring and summer: “Beautifully spacious, bright and clean, lovely comfy double bed, very helpful and friendly staff. We’d come back to Prague just for the pleasure of staying at Miss Sophie’s!”
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-TripAdvisor, Spring & Summer Guide, page 8
If we’re full, don’t fret…check out one of our sister properties in Prague!
Be sure to check out our other Prague favorite properties: Czech Inn and Sir Toby’s. Our Prague accommodation family’s (also known as Bohemian Hostels) story dates back to 1999, when Sir Toby’s opened with just ten beds and zero guests for its first week. Fifteen years and thousands of guests later, our family has grown to include the chic and sleek Czech Inn and yours truly, boutique beauty Miss Sophie’s.
Featured in: New York Times. Elle. Glamour. El Pais. Washington Post. The Times (UK). The Guardian Unlimited. Let’s Go. Lonely Planet. Routard. The Rough Guide.
And many more.
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Europe’s Chic Hostels: Miss Sophie’s & Czech Inn – Hostel or Hotel?
These Prague hostels are two of Europe’s – and arguably the world’s – best ‘chic hostels’, a new brand of hostel and a gigantic leap from the unsavoury bed-bug ridden hostel stereotype many can’t help but perceive. I am unsure by whom the term ‘chic hostels’ was coined, however what is certain is that there are a number of indisputable characteristics of these lodgings that separate them from regular hostels. In fact, these two hostels offer private en suite rooms that leave the word ‘hostel’ and all it represents far behind. In a nutshell, the best of both worlds equals chic hostels, like Czech Inn and Miss Sophie’s – all the fun, cultural sociability and energy of a youth hostel with all the personal space, safety, cleanliness and freedom of a hotel room….and at a comparative price.
-Word on the Street, Australia
Miss Sophie’s is one of Europe’s original and best boutique hostels…
It has a cellar bar framed in exposed brick, en suites with stone and glass-encased showers, slick bedrooms, and even housekeepers.
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-The Guardian Weekly, UK
When it comes to hostels in Prague…
Miss Sophie’s is very much the executive lounge. It’s a stylish mixture of sharp-as-knife rooms, an on-site cellar bar of exposed brick and mood lighting, and a kitchen that would be more at home in a New York loft apartment.
-The Times, UK