ul. Dietla 64,, Krakow, Poland
Doubles from: $43
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Reviewed by EuroCheapo.com Editors
Lots of hostels in Krakow are named after colors. Orange Hostel, located between the Jewish Quarter and Market Square, makes the best of this quirky habit, matching promotional materials with the hostel's namesake.
The hostel itself is done up in some orange, mixed with other bright primary colors. Private rooms are extremely simple, with matching duvet covers and pillowcases. Newish tables and chairs in blond wood add just a bit of extra zip. These rooms aren't so cozy and fun that you'll want to spend huge blocks of time here, but they're perfectly fine. Dorm rooms are even more barebones, though clean and acceptable. All rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi. Shared bathrooms are nothing to write home about: While they are cleaned regularly, they are a bit past their prime and thus appear shabby.
Orange Hostel's strongest suit is probably its expansive guest kitchen, with its long wooden table and an array of pans, utensils, plates and other kitchen paraphernalia. Unlike the rooms, the guest kitchen feels like a place to hang out with friends and chance upon new buddies.
Breakfast is included. Note: This hostel is up several flights of stairs and there is no elevator.
Reviewed by: Alex Robertson Textor, EuroCheapo Staff Writer
Note: This hotel was visited by a EuroCheapo editor and is recommended based on cleanliness, location, price and overall quality. EuroCheapo did not charge this hotel to be listed.
- Bike Parking
- Breakfast Included
- Cash Only
- Concierge/Booking Services
- Conference room
- Guest Kitchen
- Laundry Facilities
- Laundry Service
- Luggage Storage
- No Elevator
- Parking: Free
- Reception: 24-Hour
- Steep Stairs
- Tourist information
- Wake-Up Service
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Bathroom: Shared
- Internet Access
- Linen Included
ul. Dietla 64,
Kazimierz & Stradom, Krakow, Poland
About the Orange Hostel neighborhood
Krakow's historically Jewish neighborhood, Kazimierz is a quaint warren of tiny alleys and streets southeast of Stare Miasto. Several synagogues along with some churches and the Old Town Hall, form the core of the area's tourist draws. Stradom sits more or less in between Kazimierz and Stare Miasto. It's more modern and contemporary. Both 'hoods benefit from cafes, restaurants and shops.