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Pro: near central station and Centrum Metro. Nice kitchen. Awesome staff! Cons: no lockers in rooms. Three floors up. 4 bathrooms in total (2 downstairs), but I never had to wait.
Although it is close to the main train station, it's a bit far from the old town. However, the staff was really nice and the hostel was good: the kitchen is really big, they also have wifi in the rooms and there are laptops available for guests. The weak point: only two baths and three toilets, but it was everything very clean and our stay was perfect there.
cleanest hostel ive been so far; very (very) nice and cool staff, well equipped kitchen, comfortable common room; no real locker as you know it from other hostels (only at reception for small things) - but still possible to lock your luggage at the luggage room (but not really necessary); Location is quite good; 1 big minus Point: there are only 2 bathrooms for - i dont know how many people - so you have to wait, if you want to shower at rush hour
Good and cheap hostel on a nice street close to the centre and Plac Zbawiciela. The staff was helpful and dowstairs there was a popular vegan burger place. I highly recommend!
Nice hostel in old building near city center. Very cool atmosphere and staff, bathrooms also fine and clean.
The building that the hostel is in is very very worn down, but for £5 a night my brother and I could not care less! It was a really really good hostel, hot showers, nice staff and creaking floor boards! We didn't make use of the kitchen facilities although they all looked fine, and the bathrooms were very good. There was a little bit of dirt/dust around the place but, again, for £5 a night in July, we were both extremely happy with our stay and would recommend it to anyone. Cheap and cheerful!
Hoza is a basic hostel with basic amenities. It's in an upper floor of a communist-era apartment block, and gets very hot and stuffy. I was there during a heat wave and my night was a bit miserable. No fans in the rooms, and the only ventilation was a tiny window. Also, there are no lockers, only a large locked desk in the common area the staff will put your things in. Not very convenient if you want to quickly grab something and lock it back up again. Staff was very friendly and helpful though.
Great location. Only 10 minutes walk from the train station. Probably the smallest hostel i've ever stayed but it was decent. Good thing that you had the opportunity to cook dinner yourself but lacked a common room where you meet other people. Still i would say recommendable.
The hostel it is very well located, close to the train station and also close to the city center (15 minutes walk). Staff it is very friendly and helpfull. In addtion to that it have a very good kicthen. The only thing I could say about this hostel is that should have one or two bathrooms more. Because there are only two for the intire hostel.
It is one of the best hostels in Warsaw. For small price you get very nice room, friendly staff, and the most important it's the cleanest hostel in Warsaw :)
Hoza hostel is like the best hostel I have ever stayed in. This hostel resides in a really old building, built in the 1890s and whenever I used to look out of the window, I saw those old bricks still somehow glued together. It gave me a feeling of being in really olden times, a sort of haunted feeling, and I just went crazy there. The hostel is also very centrally located. Highly recommended to anyone, just for the crazy, unique and haunting, but charming ambience.
If you want to visit Warsaw and stay in a nice hostel, go to Hoza. :) It's cheap, clean, well organized, perfectly located and, most importantly, the staff is really nice. They have always been kind and thoughtful to me.
it has a great location, didnt like where i had to store my bags. poor atmosphere but it is really worth the money
Cheap but not a great scene.
If you're looking for a hostel in Warsaw, you're done. Don't even waste your time scrolling through the rest of the list, just check in here. The location is absolutely excellent, and you will be close to anything and everything you will want to see and do. But more than anything, the staff are the best I have ever stayed with. They are constantly working to improve the hostel, but will stop at a second's notice to help you in any way possible. They are the best, great guys. Hoza Hostel!!!
it was ok but not the best..
It's a nice hostel in the city center, staff is helpful. Unfortunatelly I stayed only one night, but next time hopefully longer! For the price it's the best place you can go in Warsaw!
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- Female, 25-30
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The WORST hostel I've ever been to. You don't get a key to the hostel or to your room and you need to ring a bell and wait for the staff to open the doors (you could wait for 15 minutes - we did once). The staff is minding their own business, you don't get the impression that they are there to help you, talk to you or even exchange an eye contact with you. One of the guy receptionists was also arrogant at some point. The bathrooms are small and ancient, one is even located in the kitchen.
There is an unbelievable shortage of showers in this place! When I stayed, the hostel was less than a quarter full yet I had to wait in line for twenty minutes to get a shower. The place should close down until more showers are installed. Also, there are no lockers in the rooms. You can leave valuable at the reception desk but that's not enough - every hostel must have lockers. in the rooms.
This hostel is on top of the best vegan burger restaurant ever. And there's some cool bars in the area too. The bathroom was a little dirty on some nights, but other times it was cleaner. Not all the staff spoke great English, but most did. And they were nice, and helped me with posting some stuff. Kind of annoying having to haul your bag up 3 flights of stairs if you have a heavy suitcase.