Hostel Fabryka Reviews
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If you are planning to stay there for a few nights it's ok, because price is very cheap. Even if I had check in time at 12 pm I still needed to wait 2 more hours to had access to the room. Showers work oppositely: once you are having hot water another person is having cold one, once you are having water, another person in second cabin is not having water at all. So if you're into washing your hair you need to be very patient and resist fast changing temperature of the water from hot to cold.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Stayed here for one of the 3 nights I was in Warsaw. You should definately take a trip over to Praga and this was a really cool hostel. Its in a courtyard with a couple of little bars where you can drink with locals and hostel goers. Its a good place to be if you want to excape the tourist trail.
This hostel was more like a 3/4 star hotel. It was excellent. The rooms were nice, the staff was friendly and even the people around were great. Should you ever go to Warsaw - definetly consider this hostel!
Hostel Fabryka had a nice restaurant next to it where you can get some Polish food. It's location is very far from the aiport You have to take a couple bus routes to get to the aiport on time.
We really loved the location - great artist community away from touristy areas. The internet didn't work for 3 of the 4 nights we were there and on the weekends the club bellow can be pretty loud, but overall it was a good place and we'd stay there again.
Terrible location, away from everything and next to a loud nightclub. However the look from the outside is comlpetely different to inside which is actually very nice and clean.
One of the best hostels we have been to. We booked a room with private bathroom and it was very good. Lots of space, high ceilings, lots of air (don't know about other rooms), There is a bar in the same building where you can find delicious food and drinks. It's a hostel for people with artistic nature. If you are not afraid of graffiti and not allergic to dogs, then it's a place to spend a night in Warsaw
For this price I couldn't expect anything different. Plus, it is already stated that there is a bar below, so if you wanna be there you have to deal with some noice (actually, not as much as I thought), and although is not very close to the center, is well connected through trams and buses. I would stay there again if I went back to Warsaw
The hostel is located in Praga-area, far from the city. But there is tram-stop (23 and 26) nearby, as well as (night) bus-stop. The room was OK, as well as the bunk bed. The bathroom was clean. And most importantly, the staff were very nice, helpful, and friendly - that made my stay very good.
good but near club makes a lot of noise, so its not always easy to fall asleep!
- Novice Nomad
- Czech Republic
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Arriving at night and walking up a dark, dingy stairwell was slightly scary but once you get to the top and the hostel not too bad. Place is clean and cheap, though when I tried to brush my teeth at midnight there was no cold water left. You need to take a bus to get anywhere and the only good we could find at 11pm was a kebab within about a mile radius! Don't think I'd go back or recommend a friend to stay
Hostel fabryka was an ok experience. The building is quite old from the outside, but because everything was renovated indoors there wasnt really a factory-experience to it. I wouldnt choose praga to stay again cause we had to always take te tram or bus to get anywhere and praga wasnt as lively as i thought it would be. Overall: the hostel was ok.
Excellent hotel and also clean
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
It's nice thistel at that price. Staffs are very nice and clean. It's little far from the downtown, but you can walk to the oldtown if you want to try.(not that far to oldtown) But in the night it could be noisy. There's a bar in the just next building.
The best hostel i found actually in Warszawa. That Praga right river side area full of past history is now in full renovation and it is a pleasure to have found such place. I even book more day after my first previous order from website. The hostel is lightful and i enjoy all people meeting i have had here. I will come again and recommand it to the visitors that are searching for a place to rest . Laurent, french polish artisan food maker
I had a good time here. The facilities are fine, the atmosphere is relaxed, the staff are friendly and helpful. It's also the only hostel in the Praga district, which is becoming increasingly friendly to outsiders; there are lots of cool little independent pubs and eateries and a charming coffeehouse right around the corner... it's much less expensive and chain-ridden than downtown.
It was just an average hostel, had to pay for breakfast (not worth it), poor wifi connection and the location was quite far away the centre. However, the hostel was quite cheap, and there are a few bars right below that aren't too bad. So I would recommend this hostel for only those who are on a really really low budget.
Room was quite ok, personal brilliant, very friendly, just the building and surrounding of the hostel are very poor, exterior reminds underground place, suitable only for metal lovers as there was very loud musig coming from the pubs located right downstairs.
Good hostel but the location was a bit far from the city center. Easy to reach by tram though. There were some cool bars right below the hostel.