8 best hostels in Warsaw

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Welcome to Warsaw, Poland, a rapidly developing city that is the perfect combination of traditional and contemporary. Its historic Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is its beating heart and one of the biggest reasons that people travel here. Some of its top attractions include the Royal Route which showcases the homes of former Polish rulers, the modern Multimedia Fountain Park, as well as institutions like the Copernicus Science Centre. Nature enthusiasts will also have a great time here with all of Warsaw's beautiful parks and the potential for outdoor sports.

Whether you're traveling with friends, family, as a couple or on your own, you can take advantage of the affordable accommodation and social atmosphere of the hostels in Warsaw. Staying in a cozy and cheap hostel is a great way to save money and is even more fun than staying in an Airbnb or hotel. Finding the best hostel for you can be difficult which is why we are going to introduce you to some of the top available hostels in Warsaw.

Once you've figured out where you're going to stay, find the nearest Bounce luggage storage spot in Warsaw for a safe place to store your bags when you're out and about. From some hostels to dry cleaners to shops, Bounce has partners worldwide ready to take care of your stuff.

Chillout Hostel

This is one of the most popular Warsaw hostels for several reasons. Firstly is its location which, although it isn't right in the heart of the city, is still fantastic. Staying here you'll be able to reach popular attractions like the Palace of Culture and Science, the Warsaw Central Station, New World Street and the Royal Baths Park. The bustling Old Town Square is just a short metro ride away as well.

You'll be staying in spacious dorm rooms with several options to choose from, whether you want to stay in a big or small room, in a female-only room, or rent an entire dorm for yourself (which is perfect if you're a big group). Solo travelers or couples can also rent private rooms, some of which come with a private bathroom and others with access to a shared one. Guests will also have access to washing machines, free wifi, a small communal kitchen, plus a common area with a TV where you can hang out.

What makes Chillout Hostel unique

You'll be all set and ready to go as soon as you wake up at this hostel in Warsaw since they offer a free breakfast with coffee and tea for all of their guests. They also have a bar and cafe to take advantage of during your stay.

Chillout Hostel pricing

Chillout Hostel is very affordable. The price for a bed in an 8 bed dormitory room is $16.00. You can book a studio ensuite for around $65.00.

New World St Hostel

As you might have guessed from its name, this one is located on the exciting New World Street which makes it a dream hostel for shopping lovers. Most rooms have a window with a view of all the nearby attractions including the Palace of Culture and Science and other locations along the Royal Route, like the University of Warsaw and Royal Baths Park. You'll have lots to explore nearby, especially during weekends in the summertime when the street is turned into a pedestrian area allowing you to walk all the way to the Old Town.

The hostel offers free wifi, bed linen, access to a fully equipped kitchen, as well as a small collection of books that you can borrow. Available rooms include gendered male and female dorms that sleep 4 or 6 as well as private rooms for 2.

What makes New World St Hostel unique

Take a break from sightseeing and shopping to relax in their common room equipped with a TV and free coffee and tea available at all times. In the mornings this hostel serves yummy waffles for breakfast.

New World St Hostel pricing

New World St Hostel is in a terrific location. Dorm beds at this hostel cost about $22.50 per night, and a private room is in the price range of approximately $61.00.

Oki Doki City Hostel Warsaw

Oki Doki City Hostel is known to be one of the best party hostels in Warsaw. Here, you'll be in a great spot right between the Warsaw Central Railway Station and the Old Town so the whole city will be yours to explore.

Dorm rooms are cozy and the curtains on bunks give guests a little bit of extra privacy. Female only rooms are available and each guest has a place to store their things as well as access to free tea and coffee. It's fantastic as a youth hostel but travelers of all ages are welcome, as long as you have a young spirit.

What makes Oki Doki City Hostel Warsaw unique

Another thing that makes this the best party hostel in the area is the bar and cafe which is the top place to go to drink or mingle and chat with other travelers. Drinks are affordable and there is always an event happening like pub crawls, walking tours, or even pierogi cooking lessons.

Oki Doki City Hostel Warsaw pricing

Considering Oki Doli City Hostel Warsaw as a place to stay after your daily adventures? For a dorm bed in this Warsaw hostel it will cost you about $30.00, and a family room with a double bed and 2 bunks is in the ballpark of $123.00 per night.

Kapsula Hostel

Hinted at in its name, this cozy hostel has dorm rooms with capsule beds giving you more privacy than most other locations. It's one of the coolest hostels in the city since you're able to close the door, control the air conditioning and charge your devices all using the controls and outlets that are located inside each pod. There are single as well as double pods available for those traveling as a couple, and they even have a modern apartment that you can rent, too.

There is free wifi available throughout the property and the showers are clean and spacious. It isn't a super social hostel making it a good fit for those who want a quiet and calm stay. Its central location is also a plus giving you easy access to the Palace of Culture and Science and the Old Town Market Square. There are also plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants nearby.

What makes Kapsula Hostel unique

Kapsula Hostel keeps its guests well fed. Feeling hungry? You won't have to go anywhere for snacks since this Warsaw hostel has its very own in house cafe and lounge.

Kapsula Hostel pricing

The cheapest available accommodation in this attractive hostel is in their budget dorm, and prices start around $25.00. If you'd rather have a whole apartment to yourself the price will be closer to $110.00. As with all hostels, the time of year plays a part in pricing.

Warsaw Hostel Centrum

This could be the perfect hostel for digital nomads and those who need to work but still want to do some sightseeing. With a nice location in Warsaw City Centre, a quiet atmosphere and a steady, free wifi connection, you'll be able to get your work done and then go exploring all the tourist attractions found right outside the hostel doors.

There is a shared kitchen on site so you can make your own meals whenever you please, and laundry facilities as well. Free tea and coffee are available and there is a nice lounge where you can relax, too. The hostel is within walking distance of tram and metro lines, the Royal Route, and just across the street from the Palace of Science and Culture.

What makes Warsaw Hostel Centrum unique

If you're interested in the history of Poland then you'll have a great time here. Along all of the walls there are photos of significant Polish people from over the centuries and if you scan the QR code that accompanies each picture you'll learn interesting information about them and why they are important.

Warsaw Hostel Centrum pricing

This hostel prices their rooms affordably making them a good option for most travelers, with a bed in the 8 person dorm costing about $27.95. You can also get a private double room with a shared bathroom for around $66.00.

Old Town Kanonia Hostel and Apartments

When you're booking hostels as a group in Warsaw take a look at Old Town Kanonia. They have a variety of room sizes available ranging from private rooms for 4 up to a whole apartments that can house 10.

The property is situated on Kanonia Square by the St. Jan Cathedral and very close to the Royal Castle. You'll be just meters away from the Old Town leaving you lots to explore without having to use public transit at all. Free wifi is helpful for digital nomads and travelers alike. This location has been around since 2004 and is known to be one of the best cheap hostels in town.

What makes Old Town Kanonia Hostel and Apartments unique

The highlight of this hostel in Warsaw is definitely its location. There are many hostels to choose from but you'll most likely not find another option this close to the Warsaw Old Town area.

Old Town Kanonia Hostel and Apartments pricing

During high season at Old Town Kanonia Hostel and Apartments, a 4 person room costs about $59.50 per night. If you're traveling as a family or large group you can rent the 10 person apartment with two rooms starting at $148.25, depending on the season.

Hostel Helvetia

Couples, families, school trips, solo travelers, and everyone else is welcome at Helvetia. They offer a variety of sleeping arrangements to suit every guest including dorms sleeping 4, 6 or 8, private spaces for 2, 3 or 4, as well as apartments or fully equipped studios perfect for groups of between 1 and 6. Those staying here will have access to a kitchen that is connected to the living room, as well as free wifi offered in every room.

The hostel is found in the Warsaw City Centre just around the corner from New World Street and close to the University of Warsaw. From here you'll be able to walk to the Old Town, the Central Train Station, the National Stadium and the Copernicus Science Centre.

What makes Hostel Helvetia unique

Hostel Helvetia is all about unwinding and taking a few moments to yourself. This hostel has a nice common room with a TV, books and comfy seats where you can watch a movie, cuddle up with a novel or chat with other guests.

Hostel Helvetia pricing

The rooms in this hostel in Warsaw start around $35.00 for a bed in a room for 8 people, or you can get a private studio with a bathroom and kitchenette in the price range of $135.00.

AB Hostel

Looking to stay in the coolest hostel in Warsaw? This one could be it, and they have plenty of facilities to give you a comfortable stay. Take advantage of free wifi, a self-serve kitchen with free tea, coffee, milk and cornflakes, and a super friendly staff available to help you with all of your needs.

The entire hostel is cleverly designed with a twenties or thirties theme and there are some great landmarks nearby like the Aviator Monument, the Interactive Museum of Pinball, and the famous Palace of Culture and Science.

What makes AB Hostel unique

This boutique hostel has some nice lounge areas, one of which has a television. Each of their rooms is dedicated to a specific icon from the 20th century, like Walt Disney, Marilyn Monroe or Charlie Chaplin, and the rest of the hostel follows the same theme.

AB Hostel pricing

AB Hostel has low prices that attract visitors all year round. Sleeping in their dorm room for 5 people will set you back about $16.50 per night, and any of their 2 person rooms can be booked for approximately $39.00, depending on season and the days booked.

Staying in Poland hostels

You'll have plenty of hostels to choose from when visiting Warsaw, and each one offers different amenities and perks, which is why you need to choose the best one for you.

After a little research, you'll be ready to start booking hostels and tickets to the Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport. Before taking off for Poland, read up on 3 Days in Warsaw: Everything You Should Know and The Best Time to Visit Warsaw: The Ultimate Guide. Be informed for a wonderful holiday.

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