The bus from the nearby Airport bus drops you off a block away from the hostel, so handy if you are on a budget and don’t want to get a taxi.
Rooms are a delight, definite wow there. Authentic looking furniture, beautiful parquet floors.
We shared bathrooms which were spotless and the water was toasty at all times of day. We had no problems with noise at all.
Breakfast was tasty (loved the muesli) and the free roll was an added bonus (these were delicious as well). Staff were very friendly, helpful and professional.
The bus station is about 15mins away along the road, if you are travelling to Auschwitz (Oswiecim) you can get the bus a block down the road – but if you want to get a seat you are best going to the bus station.
Only down point is that it is a little bit out of the way from the city centre, about a 20min walk.
Lovely hostel, beautiful rooms, very impressed.
Likes cats, a lot.
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