Easily one of the best hostels I have slept in! Room was clean and looked nice. Breakfast was good and the staff was really friendly. Everything was comfy and cozy, yet it was still very cheap. Great value for money, highly recommended!
Lovely hostel!! The standard and cleanliness of the private double room was the best of any hostel I’ve stayed in. Good little kitchen area. Quite good location. Not much of a social scene, but I was there in a very quiet period. Very good value.
My first hostel experience, and I loved it. My (private) room was cute and clean and had everything I needed, the staff was helpful, and the free coffee much appreciated. No noise from the street. Great value!
Clean, orderly, quite close to the city centre, staff is helpful, calm and green area, good security and privacy, you can even have breakfast in the morning (for additional pay). They could provide visitors with hairdryers and then it would be 10/10 :)
4 stars based on the value for money. Very inexpensive and not like any Hostel in UK. Lavander Room is basic but has all amenities required. Bed was uncomfortable mostly to be honest but private toilet/shower, great size room and service from staff what id expect in any hotel. Free tea and coffee for guests in main kitchen anytime. Smoking area outside. Only disappointment was room door had communal tv room outside. Which on last night there a large group decided to use and were quite noisey. Not their fault as that is what the tv room is for but did prevent a good quiet sleep
Overall great place for a couple of cheap nights in Krakow and very close walking distance to main square and Jewish Quarter on doorstep
This was a nice hostel. The staff were very friendly and really helpful. It’s in a good location and it’s centrally located in the Jewish quarter so you can walk round there or walk to the old town. It’s also a well known hostel so easy for trip pick ups and taxi drop off. Facilities are nice and the rooms are big,
We had a wonderful stay in the Lavender ensuite room which was roomy and beautifully decorated. Receptionists were friendly enough and the £3 breakfast had a nice selection to feast on. Luxurious quiet atmosphere and more of a hostel for couples and families than solo travelers. Location quite a walk from the old town but perfect for a wonderful evening in the Jewish Quarter. 1 suggestion to improve our room would be to put a lavender air freshener as it smelt strange. Definitely stay here!
Although a good 30 minute walk from the old town, the hostel sits in the charming center of the Jewish quarter, near many great restaurants and bars. We stayed in a quaint 3-person private room, which got quite hot on warm days, and had a window beside a set of garbage bins, leaving a pretty intense smell if left open. Otherwise, the room and facilities were very clean, and the staff was helpful and friendly. Definitely a quieter place to stay, better for those not looking to socialize.
Liked: - The staff were friendly and laid back- Only a 15 minute walk to city centre- Great showers and bathrooms- Warm rooms with enough blankets, comfy pillows and mattresses and plenty of room- Good breakfast- Tasty hot chocolate- Staff will help you arrange day trips- Clean- Safe- Quiet neighbourhood- Lots of lovely restaurants nearby in a lovely, cultured area- Excellent value for money
Disliked: The only thing was that the doors to the rooms could have been more soundproofed, as some other travellers would speak in the corridor in the morning, which was very audible from our room. It woke us up a couple of times.Otherwise, our room was excellent value for money.
Liked: It's in a great part of town, much quieter than the touristy Old Town area but still within walking distance. The rooms are comfortable and spacious, the hostel is very charming. The free breakfast is really good and I appreciated the book shelves with books to take or a place to leave books. All of the staff is very helpful. They helped me with directions to the train station, they printed some bus tickets for me, and they helped me figure out which train to take to Prague. They're fantastic!
Disliked: This is a small suggestion, but I was there during a very hot week in August. I always had the window open, but that didn't help much. It would have been nice to have a fan.