Pepe Hostel is a new, quiet, and highly affordable hostel in Warsaw’s Zoliborz neighborhood on the city’s north side. Construction was completed in September 2012, and the hostel opened in October 2012. We offer a safe, clean, and comfortable budget accommodation away from the noisy hustle and bustle of the City Center, but close enough for visitors to be able to access to all of Warsaw's big tourist attractions within 20 minutes. We are located a 5 minute walk from MetroMarymont, next to a small but beautiful park named Kaskada and Stawy Kellera. In addition to the all-important Metro access, we are also close to many trams and buses which can take you to virtually all corners of the city with no delay.
Our hostel has a maximum occupancy of 43 - perfect for groups - and we have newly constructed rooms varying in size, depending on your needs. Some rooms are for two persons with private bathroom, while others are dorms for 4- or 8-persons with shared toilets and showers. We have a modern kitchen and cozy common room, along with beautiful garden with picnic tables and umbrellas. The area is very quiet and green, with many beautiful forests and parks in the surrounding area. Plus, all guests enjoy free Wi-Fi, linens, towels, and unlimited coffee and tea.
We have a gated property protected by security cameras, in addition to a multi-lingual reception team present on the property 24 hours a day to assist you in having the best Warsaw experience possible.
Check In Time: 2pm
Check Out Time: 11am
Cancellation Policy: 24h
Credit Cards Accepted
Breakfast Not Included
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