How many days should I stay in Krumlov?
As many as possible! For a list of only some of the great things you can do here, see our About Krumlov page.
Can I make a reservation by email?
Yes, but reservations via email are only valid if you receive a confirmation email back from us.
What currency can I use to pay?
Hostel 99 accepts payment in Czech crowns. We can take Euros, but it is recommended to exchange your Euros to Crowns as most places in town will charge a higher price to accept Euros.
Can I change money at the reception?
We do not change money but we can point you in the right direction of a currency exchange or bank machine.
Do you accept credit cards?
What time is check-in and check-out?
Check-in is at 12 pm. Check out is at 10 am.
My bus doesn’t leave until later this afternoon. Can I leave my bags here after I check-out?
Do you have towels available?
Yes, towels are available free of charge.
Do you have a kitchen for guests?
Yes, the hostel has a fully equipped kitchen facilities with a refrigerator, 4 burner stove, oven, microwave, toaster, cups, plates, utensils, spices, etc.
Are there grocery stores nearby?
Yes, there are several grocery stores in Krumlov. The closest one is located less than a 5 minute walk from the hostel.
We will be arriving by car. Where should we park?
Hostel 99 offers a private, secure parking lot for a rate of 100 kč per night, per car. The lot is located just below the hostel, a three minute walk away.
Where does the name Hostel 99 come from?
The “99” in Hostel, Hospoda and Deli 99 comes from the street address of the hostel, which is Věžní 99. Simple as that.
Where is the castle?
When walking just about anywhere in Krumlov, you will see an enormous complex of very large, old buildings with a fancy, elaborately decorated tower attached to it. It takes up the whole skyline and overlooks the whole city, and that, my friend, is the castle.