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Tapir Hostel Reviews

Ul.Wilcza 58A, Warsaw, Poland

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190 Total Reviews
  • 81%Value For Money
  • 75%Security
  • 75%Location
  • 64%Staff
  • 67%Atmosphere
  • 79%Cleanliness
  • 78%Facilities

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Perfect located and great price.


A great place for a person who needs a good rest and a free parking spot.


very nice place, great localization, friendly staff :)


Small hostel but has a very homely feel. Facilities are excellent and the hostel is really clean which is a welcome change from some we've stayed in. Location is easy to find and there's loads of restaurants etc near by. Would definitely stay here again.


Good location in the center of the city not far from Central train station, a lot of cafe nearby, all facilities for the tire traveller: clean shower, kitchen with refrigirator and microwave. Free maps of Warsaw at the reception. You may leave yor luggage till the evening after check out. Professional and friendly stuff. Best recommendations.


Hostel was alright. Clean and tidy. It did feel very empty, only briefly seeing other people due to no real communal area. We arrived after midnight, due to this there were no staff available, but directions on getting to and in the hostel were sent prior to our arrival and checking ourselves in was fine. However, there was no information given on when staff would be available, so a part of the morning was spent waiting around to check out. Overall, it's enjoyable if a bit too quiet.


Positive: clean, close to the station, cheap. Negative: there was nobody at the reception desk when we arrived. We had to call in order to arrange how to enter in the hostel and the room.


This is small hostel. We arrived at night, so begore coming i mailed hostel to be sure that someone will be at reception. We agreed to pay all the price of stay before arrival, so they sent us codes to enter and detailed description how to find our key. That was very convenient for us. Hostel had everything we needed, was clean, but it is small and has no area for many people to chat and etc what usually happens in hostels. But for us it was fine, cause we had many thiings to do/see in the city


Absolutely the worst experience I've had in like 30 hostels Arrived at 16:30... rang the gate's intercom; no answer. Finally a neighbour let us in. Got to the front door and rang the bell and no one answer - finally after banging a guest let us in (took us 25 mins). Inside... no receptionist, the guest helped us find a key and spare beds. Went out, came home 22:15 and still no receptionist. He comes into our (overcrowded) room at 12:45 a.m!!! To wake us up and ask for money!!! HATE HATE it!


Maybe it's a bit confusing. The double bed is a bunkbed as seen in the pictures. We had to go to another hostel to get the keys. There we had to pay immediately. For me that's kind of weird because we even didn't see the hostel we would stay in.. Room is very very small, beds are ok. Kitchen is nice and clean, the bathrooms as well!


The stay in general was quite good. The hostel is cozy, new and modern, rooms were clean, bathrooms were modern and perfect. As it's a small, if you're lucky w/ neighbours, one can sleep perfectly. One problem: we specifically wrote an email to inform of our arrival date, for someone to be there in recepcion (22 h), and none was there. It was raining, we couldnt enter and finally we had to phone them, cause no one was there to open. Thanks the recepcionist was kind and nice! I'd come back!!

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