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The Best Hostels in Warsaw, Poland

The Best Hostels in Warsaw 

Looking for that awesome cheap hostel in Warsaw? We’ve got you covered, whatever your travel style is! If you prefer to book a hotel, go ahead and read our guide to the best hotels in Warsaw

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If you are planning to stay in Warsaw for a long time, maybe you should also check the Ultimate Guide to the Districts in Warsaw.

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  • The method I used to select the best Hostels
  • Price ranges of the Hostels
  • The best Hostels in Warsaw ($)

The method I used to select the best Hostels in Warsaw

There are a lot of great hostels in Warsaw but I selected what I think are the best. I went through thousands of reviews and selected the following hostels taking into consideration the following conditions:

  1. Central location (either close to the central station or to the old town).
  2. Best value for money.
  3. Great standard of cleanliness
  4. Good Comfort
  5. Staff friendliness
  6. Facilities

I either stayed or visited almost all of the hostel listed in this article and I personally talked to the owners or to the hostel management and staff. This article contains my own opinion, after selecting all the hostels which excelled at the above conditions.

All the hostels with an average review below 8.0 on booking.com were excluded from the research.

 

The Best Cheap Hostels in Warsaw ($)

Oki Doki – Our choice as the best cheap hostel in Warsaw

Best for:

  • Backpacker
  • Party animal
  • Couple

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This is arguably the best hostel in Warsaw. What makes it so good? The amazing staff. The central location. The original style. The competitive price. It was voted as one of the best hostels in the world in 2006!

Whether you are a solo traveler, a couple or a group of friends this is the hostel for you.

You can get cheap beer at the bar, socialize in the common room, join the pub crawl (organized by the hostel), play games, learn how to cook pierogi (traditional polish dumplings) or just use one of the desktop computer (you have to pay for computers but the wifi is free if you use your own device) to figure out your itinerary in the city.

This hostel is conveniently located in the center of Warsaw (near the central station) so it’s a good place to start exploring the city.

What makes this hostel particularly unique, not only in Warsaw but in the whole world, are the rooms. Each private room is decorated in a different style: the photography room, the Danish room, the Japanese room, the football room.

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At Oki Doki each room is unique!

Which one will you get? Click here to book your room at Oki Doki.

Price for a double: around 30 euros (around 150 PLN)

Price for a bed in dormitory: 11/15 (around 50 PLN)

Dream Hostel Warsaw – Best cheap hostel near the Old Town

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Best for:

  • Backpacker
  • Couples

If you are interested in visiting mainly the old town, this hostel in Warsaw is your best choice, as it is located right next to it.

Dream Hostel is a modern hostel (recently purchased beds, brand new kitchen) which offers free high-speed wi-fi and social atmosphere. In the common room, you can find a very nice bar and daily events every night.

If you mainly want to meet other travelers, socialize and visit the old town, you should definitely get a room at Dream Hostel Warsaw.

Price for a double: around 40 euros (around 180 PLN)

Price for a bed in dormitory: 11/15 (around 50 PLN)

Warsaw Downtown Hostel – the coziest cheap hostel in Warsawhostels in warsaw

 Best for:

  • Backpacker
  • Couples


If you are looking for something a little bit quieter, this is your hostel of choice in Warsaw! While Warsaw Downtown Hostel is certainly not a party place like the Oki Doki, but it’s still very sociable and enjoyable. Every night the staff organizes themed nights in the cozy common areas. So No pub crawl and big nights drinking in this hostel, but instead a board game evening, a cooking class or a sangria night.

The staff of this hostel in Warsaw will provide you with a map and a lot of basic info about Warsaw.

The rooms at the hostel are a bit small but functional and cozy! Get yours here.

Price for a double: around 30 euros (around 150 PLN)

Price for a bed in dormitory: 11/15 (around 50 PLN)

 

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