x The average starting price for a place to stay in Warsaw is £37 per night.
Plac (Square) Dabrowskiego 3 Corner of Marszalkowska and SwietokrzyskaExcellent 90%
parisb 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
inga.laukaityte 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.
beate-absa Staying in Alexanders B&B Warsaw was very homely. The room is comfortable and lovely, the breakfast (bread, cheese, polish sausages, tea, jam...) is tasty, the cat is fun and the hostel is near a tram-station, that will bring you to the city in less than 10 minutes. I also enjoyed a quiet stay - no annoying loud partypeople keeping you away from sleep. The owner is a very nice, easygoing person who will help you if you have questions. All in all it felt more like being home, than living in a huge anonymous hostel/hotel and I loved it.
AlexandraG We stayed there 4 nights and it was really great! The breakfast was very good! And everybody was very friendly and tried to help us with every question!
hannah.dav A very central hostel with really nice staff, always trying to help. The living room and kitchen was very nice and as clean as it can be in a hostel with a lot of different cultures together...Really nice. I would stay there again.
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