La Guitarra Hostel Poznan Reviews
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I'm normally very easily satisfied with a morning wake-me-up. La Guitarra here and Gdansk - this is a recommendation to stay at both. Twin hostels in two of the most underrarated cities (possibly for Polish folks as well as non-Poles Anyway, I must mention that most hostels don't do so much of a cheese & salami spread for breakfast.At both they do. Many good atmospheric hostels. And, to be honests,
This hostel has a good location. His furnishings ars very original. But there is a huge disadvantage: it is very noisy. I recommand Ohropax/ ear plugs while staying there. The lounge isn't separate from the corridor. Inside your room you can hear everything. During the night the staff didn't care of calmness. Other guests told me, that sometimes the adjacent factory worked during the night. So all in all it is a nice and clean hostel, but your sleep isn't guaranteed.
Very cool place. Perfect for rock lovers and wanted to be nearby all the greatness Poznan has to offer.
Nice hostel in the center of Poznań, close to the main square. Good facilities,good security (even a locker closed with chip card), good sensasion, I recommend
Great NEW hostel in the center of Poznań :)
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- Male, 25-30
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It was generally ok, but my sleep (I had a single room) was interrupted by the group of noisy men coming back from the stag night (I suppose). Staff should deal with that kind of behaviour, but there were no actions made. However, despite that, the place is a really good place to spend the night in Poznan. Close to city centre, with the shopping mall next to, it's a really good point to start Poznan exploration.