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We have a range of budget places to stay in Warsaw from as low as £5 per night
Based on previous Warsaw accommodation searches, the average starting price is £34
Want to splurge? At the top end in Warsaw, we have 35 places to stay with prices starting at £57
Al.Jana Pawla II 80/D44 10th Floor-Section D,Reception-10th FloorExcellent 93%
Babka Tower, is a really nice hotel. The rooms are spacious and full equip, with computer, internet, tv, hi-fi, balcony, fridge, etc... For me was a good surprise, according with the price.
This hotel is cheap, but 30 minutes by bus from the center of the city. To get there, take the bus from the other side of the street that is on the opposite side of Warsaw Central from the Cultural Palace. Once at the terminus, stay on the same side of the road as the bus stop and walk back the way the bus came until you see the hostel. The hostel is in a large soviet style apartment building. There are no laundry facilities, but there is a nice mall with some movie theaters and a huge supermarket. I did my laundry at the place in the mall and it cost USD 40. If you need to do laundry, stay at a place for twice the price that includes laundry since you'll pay one way or another.
Plac (Square) Dabrowskiego 3 Corner of Marszalkowska and SwietokrzyskaExcellent 90%
The staff was really helpful in all kinds of ways and the place was clean and nicely sorted. I would strongly recommend this place to anyone Paris Bousios
Hostel is small but tidy and cozy. The location of hostel is great, situated close to Warsaw central coach. The only minus I can mention is check in time. You can get the room only after 2pm, so if you come earlier it's a bit disappointing. However when you reach the room, you forget those waiting hours :) For the next visit in Warsaw I'd choose this place again.
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