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Emma Hostel

Wilcza 25

Important Information

Check-In

10:00

Check-Out

15:00

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

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We are eco-friendly cooperative hostel. We are doing our best to make sure sanitary products and detergents are biodegradable, not animal tested and not produces by large corporations, and stationery we use comes from recycling.

We offer bike rental (free for hostel customers) free breakfast, ecological attitude, cheap beds and really friendly staff. We will be happy to welcome you! Emma hostel is a calm and peaceful place - perfect for someone who wants to stay, work or just spend time in private atmosphere. Activists from informal groups and collectives, workers and volunteer from NGO's and 50+ people can expect discounts!

Accommodation Information

We have two mixed dorms, one female only dorm, a few private rooms and one common kitchen. Showers are shared. There is a nice travellers' cafe located just beneath the hostel.

Location Information

Wilcza Street is located in the city centre. Closest tram/bus stop is on Marszalkowska Street (major street of Warsaw), and it's called 'Plac Konstytucji'.

From the Central Station:

By foot (10-15 min): walk along the Al. Jerozolimskie street in the Praga direction – this means you will have the Palace of Science and Culture on your left side. Walk up to the next big crossing, with Marszalkowska Street. Turn right, so that you pass the big Novotel Hotel on your left. Walk straight ahead up to Wilcza street and turn left. Hostel is on your right.

By public transport (10 min): go to the tram stop at Aleje Jerozolimskie (Jerozolimskie Alleys) and get any tram in the ‘Praga’ direction. Get off at ‘Centrum’ bus stop – the first stop. Then, go to Marszalkowska Str., and hop on any tram in ‘Mokotów’ direction. Take off at first bus stop, which is called ‘Hoza’ Str. Go straight ahead, and turn left into the next street. This is going to be Wilcza Street. Go ahead, and stop at number 25.

From airport:

Get the 175 bus leaving from the ‘Centrum’ bus stop. Follow the walking directions from the paragraph above.

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Important Information

Check-In

10:00

Check-Out

15:00

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

We are eco-friendly cooperative hostel. We are doing our best to make sure sanitary products and detergents are biodegradable, not animal tested and not produces by large corporations, and stationery we use comes from recycling.

We offer bike rental (free for hostel customers) free breakfast, ecological attitude, cheap beds and really friendly staff. We will be happy to welcome you! Emma hostel is a calm and peaceful place - perfect for someone who wants to stay, work or just spend time in private atmosphere. Activists from informal groups and collectives, workers and volunteer from NGO's and 50+ people can expect discounts!

Accommodation Information

We have two mixed dorms, one female only dorm, a few private rooms and one common kitchen. Showers are shared. There is a nice travellers' cafe located just beneath the hostel.

Location Information

Wilcza Street is located in the city centre. Closest tram/bus stop is on Marszalkowska Street (major street of Warsaw), and it's called 'Plac Konstytucji'.

From the Central Station:

By foot (10-15 min): walk along the Al. Jerozolimskie street in the Praga direction – this means you will have the Palace of Science and Culture on your left side. Walk up to the next big crossing, with Marszalkowska Street. Turn right, so that you pass the big Novotel Hotel on your left. Walk straight ahead up to Wilcza street and turn left. Hostel is on your right.

By public transport (10 min): go to the tram stop at Aleje Jerozolimskie (Jerozolimskie Alleys) and get any tram in the ‘Praga’ direction. Get off at ‘Centrum’ bus stop – the first stop. Then, go to Marszalkowska Str., and hop on any tram in ‘Mokotów’ direction. Take off at first bus stop, which is called ‘Hoza’ Str. Go straight ahead, and turn left into the next street. This is going to be Wilcza Street. Go ahead, and stop at number 25.

From airport:

Get the 175 bus leaving from the ‘Centrum’ bus stop. Follow the walking directions from the paragraph above.

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Great 81%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Superb location and a very, very helpful crew telling this ignorant non-Polish speaking Singaporean chap on finding the best pierogis and zurek in town.

Highly recommended if you want a laid back, chill out place where you can get a decent night of quality sleep. Not for those who enjoy the big parties though.....

Shane

Overall
4
Location
5
Cleanliness
4
Value
4
Facilities
4
Service
5

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Extras

  • Linen – FREE
  • Luggage Room – FREE
  • Towel – FREE
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