Liked: Friendly and helpful staff, 24/7. Our room with one queen bed and private bath was spacious and quiet. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was clean, with a large shower and modern fixtures. Food service on site is limited mainly to beverages and snacks. For full meals, there are a couple of small but excellent (and very reasonably priced) cafes within an easy 5- to 10-minute walk. Don't miss Crème de la Crème for delicious gelato! There are a couple of tiny convenience stores a minute away for groceries and other necessities. Access to Prague's excellent tram service is right across the street, getting to the center of Prague in 15 minutes. Grabovka Park is a 5-minute walk away, with a beautiful panoramic view of the city.
Things to note: The Czech Inn is both a hotel and a hostel. There were lots of young adults there during our visit, lending a lively and sociable vibe to the lobby, round the clock. There were no microwave or refrigerator in our room, or closet or chest of drawers, but there are open places to hang or stow clothes. The furniture was modern/urban/minimalist and a little uncomfortable. The location is an ordinary Prague neighborhood where regular people live and work, not a touristy environment, which we liked very much.