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Dejvická Dormitory Hostel
Dejvická Dormitory is located within the CTU and University of Chemistry and Technology University Campus in Prague – Dejvice. Construction of the campus began in the 1920s according to the plans of architect Antonín Engel.. The economic crisis and the Second World War resulted in the plans being only partially completed. The final major buildings in the campus were built during the first and second decades of the current century.
As a result of increasing demands on the quality of student accommodation, Dejvická Dormitory underwent complete renovation in 2004, with further modernisation of the exterior and interior ongoing.
During the summer months, visitors to Prague can make use of the rooms used to accommodate students during the academic year.
Range of hostel rooms:
- residential unit accommodation system – one- and two-bed rooms,
- kitchenette with fridge and double hob, separate toilet and bathroom within the residential unit.
The accommodation benefits from excellent transport links to both the city centre and the motorway network. Václav Havel International Airport is just a 20 minute journey away by car. Dejvická metro station (Line A) and the Dejvická tram and bus stops are roughly 3 minutes from the dormitory.
Near the dormitory is Vítězné náměstí, or the so-called “Kulaťák” square, where many cultural and social events take place, and where there are also many stores, cafés and restaurants. You can enjoy your leisure time by taking advantage of the large Stromovka park and the multi-purpose “Pod Juliskou” sports centre during your leisure time, or you can make use of the Petynka outdoor pool or nearby Divoká Šárka valley. The romantics amongst you will appreciate the accessibility of Strahov, right next to Petřín hill with its extensive gardens, viewing tower, maze and funicular railway, which can be used for faster access to the city centre. History fans will appreciate that Prague Castle is within easy reach, surrounded by many historical buildings and gardens.
You can dine in the campus canteens: the Technical Canteen, or in the Masaryk Dormitory.
You can park at an extra fee within the enclosed Masaryk Dormitory site, within the National Library of Technology building, or in front of the hostel building.
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