Dizzy Daisy Downtown Hostel Reviews
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Great location, somewhere to put your head, can't complain at all.
Our room was on the top floor of the hostel (we had to climb four flights of stairs to get there) but all in all it was a decent room. The wifi is also not very constant on the top floor, and would only work in certain sweet spots. The room comes with a kitchen and bathroom that you share with another room, so you basically have the use of both for yourselves if the other room isn't occupied.
Very good location, close to the center, and very helpfull and nice staff! Would recommend to everyone :)
We got a double room with a bathroom ensuite, it was really lovely! Good location, 10 min walk to the main square and 15 to the central train station! Overall we enjoyed our stay there. One thing was just that our room was beside the luggage room and we were woken up at 5am one morning to people shouting outside our room collecting their luggage but that is obviously not the fault of the hostel.
This hostel was great, but getting asked to check out as soon as possible "because the guys are coming to spray for bugs" was not cool. At least future guests know the beds are clean...
Good location, amazing 4-bed apartment with shared bathroom and kitchen, staff very helpful, had a fantastic stay in Krakow. Would recommend looking around for the tours of Auschwitz and the Salt mines as they were cheaper than what the hostel offered elsewhere.
It was a great time in the hostel best thing in Krakow. Good beds nice clean showers and the staff was very friendly and helpful. You can have acces to a really nice kitchen and common area with Internet and computers. Really nice hostel
Awesome hostel, very clean, nice showers and excellent location.. Great staff also, very helpful..
Mixed feelings. No security at front entrance of hostel. Front desk clerk misdirected us to our room-twice-& gave us a random code we still don't know what to do with. We had a private room in a shared apartment. Clean bathroom & kitchen; however, our bedroom door had a thin, glass window on it without a covering, which is a MAJOR privacy & security issue. Much closer to the train station & St. Micheal's Gate than the directions make it out. More of what you would expect from a party hostel.
the hostel was good.but when ı open my wardrobe,there was lots of dust.The hostel had a bit cleanliness problems.Breakfast was 5 pln and ıt was definitely great.As ı tell except cleanliness the hostel was great.Location was good to reach important places
good location, nice and helpfull staff. they rent byciclettes
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 41+
- (1 review)
Amazing hostel!! Super friendly staff (all speaks English fluently). No communication problem, extremely helpful and the hostel is very clean. The location of the hostel is great, everything is within walking-distance. Tramway to the Old Town is just right around the corner. If you ever travel to Krakow, I definitely recommend this hostel.
spent two nights here and was a great experience. nice and clean hostel and every bed has a electrical outlet (mix drom) nothing to complain about :)
We were very satisfied with this hostel. Staff was extremely helpful, hostel is clean, breakfast is cheap, it's very near the main bus and railway station. Only problem was that wifi wasn't very good in room that was in another part of the building. But except that I highly recomend this hostel.
This would have been a great hostel, but me and my 2 friends all got bed bugs after staying here.
- Novice Nomad
- All Female Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
Other than the noisy beds it's a very good hostel!!
The hostel was under reconstruction while we stayed there, the stinky (although lovely) construction guy was sleeping in the common room. The staff were unprofessional, uninformed, unhelpful and generally impolite (except their newest girl). It is the cheapest hostel in Warsaw, but I would have to be very tight with money to go there ever again.
we thought it was a bit too expensive for what it is. It's at least a 10 min walk to the edge of the old town, 15min to main square. Also, the blankets were very small, and no central heating (only a dodgy radiator)
Very nice people in a good spot, fun to hang out with on a cold day like we had.
Rooms were a really good size and had more character than the average hostel. Common room was being refurbished, so there wasn't a communal place to chill and walk to people. Is really close to both the main train station and the city centre.