Out of the 10 hostels I stayed throughout my almost three weeks trip in Europe, Dream Hostel in Warsaw is the one I love the most. Therefore I think it deserves to have it own post. Here are the reasons behind why you should choose this hostel if visiting Warsaw:
Location - Dream Hostel is smacked right in the center of Warsaw's Old Town (Stare Miasto). It's really convenient as there are abundant of restaurants, cozy cafes, souvenir shops, convenience stores and more within the vicinity. And the best part, bus stop to airport and city is located right in front of the hostel - which is super handy.
Convenient - There's elevator within the building and I was so happy. This is because majority of the hostels I stayed previously located on upper floor. Climbing up the flight of staircases is not huge issue for me but when you are carrying along my heavy luggage, you will know the struggle.
Comfortable - Although it comes with bunk beds, each bed has its own privacy curtain, individual lighting, two sockets and a shelf next to the bed. There are lockers underneath every bunk bed for the guests to store the bags and valuable belongings. The room even consist mirror and coat hanger. When I stepped into the room, I absolutely admire the room itself for the wooden furniture and floors.
As for the bathroom and toilet, although it is shared among the guests but I found it's pretty clean and it comes with hot shower. (Too bad I forgot to take any pics of the shared bathroom)
Well-equipped kitchen - Since the room has been so "Wow" for me, I decided to check out the kitchen and lounge which situated on the 4th floor. Alright, when I reach that particular floor, it gave me double "Wow" this time around. The kitchen is so modern and equipped with almost everything you can ever imagine of. I think if those like to cook, definitely you would prefer to spend your time here rather than doing sightseeing.
Cozy lounge/common area - This is one the place I love to hang out when I felt so lazy to go out especially on my first day of arrival in Warsaw. Not many hostels have such a large and spacious lounge or common area due to limited of space, but Dream Hostel does it. Besides that, the friendly and cozy atmosphere here causing me refuse going to bed as well. Self-laundry and drying facilities are available at this floor too.
Creative Wall Design - Last but not least, I'm the type that easily attract to creative wall arts and decors. From the moment I stepped into this hostel, almost every floors are designed in cool and creative wall decors with inspiration quotes, especially the last photo is my favourite one "Travel. Dream. Get Inspired".
Another fun fact I found out about this hostel is it is relatively new, therefore almost everything is in great and excellent condition. Dream Hostel is also the largest hostel in Warsaw. The only thing I dislike about this hostel is - I should stay longer here cause it's really awesomely good. Although my first day in Warsaw is a disaster one, but then I was rewarded with the best hostels.
Date Stayed: 19 September to 21 September 2017 (2 nights)
Room Rate: RM65.50 per night for a bed in 6 female dormitory room without breakfast (Booked via Agoda)
How To Get To Dream Hostel:
From Warsaw Central Railway Station, go to the bus stop "Dw. Centralny 01". From there take a bus #175 and get off the bus at the last stop "Pl. Pilsudskiego". Turn right to Trebacka street, go straight, then turn left towards Old Town, number 55 is building on the left side of the street and you are at DREAM HOSTEL. The bus #175 will also takes you to Warsaw Chopin Airport/Warzawa Lotnisko Chopina directly whereas bus #180 will takes you to Wilanow Palace.
Previous Posts on my 2017 Solo Trip to Europe
- Solo Trip to Europe (Sneak Peek)
- 3D2N in Budapest, Hungary
- Great Market Hall of Budapest, Hungary
- Vienna, Austria Travelogue
- Salzburg, Austria Travelogue
- The Magical Town of Hallstatt, Austria
- Brief Stop in Cesky Krumlov
- Hello Prague Again
- Overnight Train from Prague to Krakow
- 3D2N in Krakow, Poland
- From Krakow to Warsaw & It's Hell Day For Me
- Warsaw's Attractions & Sightseeing