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Hostels in Poland (Oki Doki, Flamingo, Yellow)?


Marysia22
15 Feb 2012 #1
What do you think about making together a list of nice, recommended hostels in main cities?

Warsaw - Oki Doki
Lodz - Flamingo
Krakow - Yellow
phtoa 9 | 236
15 Feb 2012 #2
What do you think about making together a list of nice, recommended hostels in main cities?

Actually i think thats a great idea..

Good bye Lenin in both Krakow and Zakopane are great!
czaras - | 2
15 Feb 2012 #3
Poznan: Fusion
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
15 Feb 2012 #4
Gdansk: The university residences in Wrzeszcz
Warsaw: Ditto, on ul. Zwirki i Wigury
Poznan: The Music Academy Hostel

All vacation time only. The Music Academy Hostel in Poznan is in an Eighteenth Century building just off the Stary Rynek.

And:

Katowice: Hotel Korty. It's some rooms to let at the Tennis Club. Up the hill at the back of the station in that nice Art Deco 30's district. Shared bathrooms, but modernised rooms with wi-fi etc and only about 40zl per night.

Warsaw: The Botel (a floating hostel on the river between Poniatowski and Swietokrzyszki Bridges) is 85zl for a single cabin.They have doubles and triples too. Annoying bathrooms, but very cheap for Warsaw. April to November only. Amazing location.

There are a couple of decent and cheap places in Lodz too, but the better of the two is always booked up.
Jars777 20 | 70
15 Feb 2012 #5
Gdansk: The university residences in Wrzeszcz

Do you have a link to that please?
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
15 Feb 2012 #6
akademikigdansk.pl/en/gdansk-en

The ones in Wrzeszcz are probably better than the others and nearer public transport and shops. I spent a nice summer a few years ago staying there every weekend. The Oliwa ones are is a lovely area though.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,266
15 Feb 2012 #7
Warsaw - Oki Doki

Avoid. I stayed there, and they not only completely ****** up with ordering a taxi, but the place was freezing in winter. And the guy working there overnight was sleeping (24 hour reception, my ass) in a side room on a dirty old mattress.

Poznan: Fusion

Be warned - at night, the entrance is down a dirty, reeking of **** alleyway, across from a strip club.
pam
15 Feb 2012 #8
city hostel in krakow. stayed for a week last year. couldnt fault it. ul.sw.krzyza 21 31-023 krakow. basic but very clean rooms and comfy beds. would have no probs staying there again.only a 5 minute walk from rynek, and in a quiet street.


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