Very close to Old town, but one of the bleakest hostels I have stayed in! Very old, grey building, the common area is in the basement and didn't get a chance to see the sauna as its only open early in the morning. Basic but very good value for money, great if you're just passing through and want a warm room to sleep in.
Lovely room (stayed in a twin room so no need for lockers or anything), nice decor and high ceilings. Really close to the central bus station, art nouveau district and old town area, definitely recommended.
I stayed here for four nights as a lone traveler. The hostel is clean and bright, near shops and the Chornobyl museum, and about 20 minute walk to Independence Square. The Druzi cafe/bar does great food and drinks, the staff who work in there are utterly lovely too - highly recommended :) There is laundry facilities, a kitchen, massive TV, common area, table football (I think? might have been pool), wifi, laptops and great staff 24hrs.
Great location and easy to find (10 mins walk from warszawa centralna) and lovely friendly staff who were full of smiles :) I stayed in the 3 bed female dorm and a 6 bed mixed dorm, both were clean and nice. There is a bar and breakfast, happy hour beer and lots of info for things to do in Warsaw. Great hostel :) only downside was there was A LOT of Erasmus students there which took over the place a bit, but that was shuts while I was there. Definitely recommended
Great hostel, even better delicious real coffee, even better staff, top place! I stayed there alone and was a bit worried about meeting people but everyone I met who was staying there was really friendly. Dorms were exceptionally clean too, plus the location is great being inKreuzberg and near Warscauer S-bahn. most definitely highly recommended.