Varsovia El hostel
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El hostel - a centrally located boutique hostel 'with a soul'. Ideally located - within easy reach by public transport, for drivers - free parking in front of the building.
We are in the former Ghetto, very close to many touristic attractions (Palace of Culture, Old Town, Jewish Historic Museum, Rising Museum), restaurants, bars, clubs and shops (map available at reception). From the windows you can see the tower of St. Augustine Church (during the II WW the only surviving building in the background ruins of the area). We can gladly help in arranging a tour or providing current information about attractions in Warsaw.
Our aim is to create a special and unique place to remember. As travelers we understand the needs of those looking to spend time in an interesting and pleasant way, so we put a lot of emphasis on creating a comfortable place, with many amenities. If you are looking for high standard, still inexpensive accommodation, in a very good location, a friendly place to meet other passionate travelers - El hostel has just been created for you.
Each individually designed room has a very distinctive climate, with handmade furniture and colors that inspired us when traveling around the world. We offer private, 1-5 people rooms, each with an exceptional bathroom (gallery), a family suite, and 6 - 8 people dorms. For your convenience we have huge common room (approx. 100 m2), where you can spend time together or arrange a conference.
Prices of the rooms include bed linen (towels in individual rooms), in the common room individual lockers that can fit a large back pack and more. Also, we offer free coffee, tea, and breakfast (cereal, milk, toast, jam, etc...)
Check In Time:14:00 (flexible by prior arrangement)
Check Out Time: 11:00 (flexible by prior arrangement)
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