Oki Doki Hostel

pl. Dabrowskiego 3, Warsaw, Poland

7 Reviews

Oki Doki Hostel
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96%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
53%
129
Very Good
33%
80
Average
10%
26
Poor
2%
5
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  • Families85
  • Couples82
  • Solo85
  • Business80
  • graeme83's Profile Photo

    Oki Doki Hostel

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    Very well run hostel with pretty much everything you could want in a hostel. Good location, knowledgable staff, good bathroom, free internet etc. The bar was good - although its happy hour is lethal ;)

  • littlebush's Profile Photo

    Oki Doki

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    Oki Doki hostel has a good reputation in warsaw, its central, about 10mins from the old town and just 10mins from central station.
    Its 45 Zloty per night.
    Dorm rooms are ok.
    Staff are helpful and theres free internet, theres a good bar and also a good kitchen.

  • marielexoteria's Profile Photo

    well located

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    This hostel was recommended by an online guide where they emphasized its price and location. It's indeed well located, about a 10-minute walk from the Palace of Science. All the rooms have different decors and names. We stayed 2 nights in 2 different rooms due to availability. The first room we had is called "The House on the Corner" (without private bathroom) and the second one was called "The House of Vincent" (with private bathroom). They also have dorms for groups and/or students or people traveling on a tight budget. The clientèle at the time of our stay was young people and backpackers.

    When we arrived the rules of the house were explained to us. The breakfast is simple: 2-3 different kinds of bread, butter, cheese, yogurt, cereal, milk, coffee and/or tea. For those living in dorms the breakfast costs 10 PLN. Our total stay was 365 PLN and included breakfast and taxes.

    They don't get top score from me because their pillows were too high for us to get rested and the bed from "The House on the Corner" was too small for my 183 cm tall cutie.

    Unique Quality: Very nice and helpful staff, prompt to recommend sights to see, places to eat, shops. Location. "The House on the Corner" had a view to the Palace of Science.

    Directions: Directions on their website.

  • matcrazy1's Profile Photo

    The best option for budget visitors

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    Six VT-ers stayed in this hostel in January, 2006. The hostel is conveniently located in the heart of Warsaw center, in safe area, on walking distance from the unpleasant Warsaw Central train station. It's located by silent square, on the second floor of monumental building, probably built in the early 1950' in what we call Stalin's gothic style. Warning: the floors are high, be prepared for longer walk upstairs with your luggage. It's open 24 hours, check in at 3pm, check out at 11am.

    The VT-gang had a party together with folks from Brasil in the hostel's club at night. I guess, the hostel is a good place to meet backpackers from all over the world during high season (June - August). The VT-ers were very satisfied about the price and generally about the place to sleep one night as well. Well, they moved from "1-star" hostel to 5-star Le Meridien Bristol hotel the next day :-).

    Unique Quality: The hostel offers rooms for 1 to 8 people per room at low price, ranging from 42 to 110 zl (11 - 29 euros) per bed (check up-to-date prices here, please). The rooms are small, simple in design but clean and they look interesting and nice. Warning: beds are not of American size, right Brad (bradbrown)?

    There is free fast internet access through 2 computers put in public space. There is a small space called proudly bar which advertises as the place where the cheapest beer in downtown is offered. Well, it's inexpensive, indeed. There is a reception where I bought my Warsaw postcards at surprisingly low price; they offered city transportation tickets and some travel literature as well. They can wash your clothes for 10 zl (over 2.5 euros). They rent biycles as well.

    Directions: In downtown, some 10-15 min. on foot from the Warsaw Central train station (Warszawa Centralna). Map and more details here.

  • Sharna.'s Profile Photo

    Eastern Europes Best Hostel!

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    Fantastic Hostel. I only wish we could have stayed longer. If you are travelling to Warsaw you would be crazy to stay anywhere else.

    Unique Quality: The rooms are themed rather than number.
    It has its own bar with Happy Hour from 7pm - 9pm you get 2 x 500ml beer for 7 zloty!

    Great kitchen facilities, fast, free internet. The best customer service I have ever experienced form a hotel or hostel.

    The rooms are funky and fresh. The bedding is comfortable and clean. And its possibly the safest place to stay as it is in the same building as the bank and has an armed gaurd.

    Directions: 5 minute walk form the train station.

  • cjuliette's Profile Photo

    East Europe's Best Youth Hostel

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    I booked via hostel.com, and the description and directions to the hostel were extremely accurate. Upon arrival, check in couldn't have been easier. Everything here is kept up and clean, and very convenient.

    Unique Quality: Each room has a diffrent theme and personality. I stayed in the Celtic themed room, titled Tir Na Nog. It had high ceilings, a large beautiful window, incredible dark wood beds (which are very comfortable!), table and chairs, a sink in the room, and a large bureau with locks for my stuff.

    The hostel offers incredibly fast internet access, breakfast(and snakcs during the day), lundry (10 zl), and a central location.
    there is a convenient store on the corner of the street that's open until 22:00 and lots of places to eat and drink nearby.

    Directions: Downtown right off Marszalkowska, 200m from the City Center (Stare & Nove Miasto).

  • mprevot's Profile Photo

    convenient hostel in warsaw

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    very central, only a few minutes by foot from the central station. still quiet. clean. free internet access, kitchen facilities.

    Unique Quality: individual rooms, each one with its own name (ex. africa, photography, fashion) and according style. a young couple is running the place, english speaking and always very helpful.

    Directions: centre

More about Oki Doki Hostel

Simple, basic, the cheapest(8.7 euros per bed)

by matcrazy1 about Youth hostel No 2

It's the cheapest and simplest accommodation in central location (great for sightseeing) probably used widely by various school groups. Warning: they are closed 10 am - 4 pm and 12 pm - 6 am. Reservation in advance may be necessary especially in April-June and September-October. Personally I'd add a few zl to sleep in better Oki Doki hostel which is open 24 hours. And I don't like/support places that are more expensive for non-Poles = unfriendly for foreign visitors (22 versus 33 zl = 5.8 versus 8.7 euros per bed in a dormitory room in 2006). It reminds me not so old past... By the way is it legal in European Union?

It was my first ever accommodation in Warsaw in... 1980'. I and my girlfriend (matcrazy0 now :-) went to Warsaw to get visas to Austria and Italy after over a month of waiting for passports stored by police that time. Everyday during some 40 days we had to go to the passport office at the police station to check our names in the list of waiting crowds. In Warsaw unfortunatelly we couldn't get both visas in one day, so we unexpectadly had to stay in Warsaw for one night. We didn't have any clothes to change, any cosmetics etc. and we had very little money. The only affordable accommodation for us that time was a multi-bed room in a youth hostel at Smolna. As I remember there were a few (exclusively luxary) hotels in Warsaw but they all cost per night more than average monthly salary in Poland. Haha, I can only smile now :-). Poland has unbelievable changed since those times. IN 1980'
I remember that we had to go very steep and long stairs a few floors up and long time no-one opened the door when we rang - well, we were 5 min. or so late (that time they closed at 9 pm as I remember). When we were ready to give up and were talking about the only options - sleeping on a bench or railway station - an old sleepy lady unlocked the door and let us in. She criticized us that we went too late but let us in. She told us that we couldn't pay reduced rate as our student's identities were not valid - right, we both had forgotten to stamp them for the next academic year. But finally she took a pity on us :-). There were 2 huge rooms (one for males, one for females), each with maybe 20 beds. The light in the rooms was off at 9 pm and no-one could turn it on until 6 am next day. So, we had to find empty beds and undress at dark (we joked that it's a socialist order). Well, they offered bedding (extra paid) but no towels. Hmm... it was funny to use some newspapers instead :-) Luckily there was some soap left by someone in a bathroom. Soap was unavailable in shops but distributed by special coupons that time (one bar per month per person) or it was say 10 times more expensive in so-called black market = free market in fact although mostly illegal. Well, it was quite different world in Poland that time.

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by moscavide

somebody knows this hostel, oki doki it well is located
thanks

RE: hostel

by adin

YES ! OkiDoki is in very good location. safe and convenient.

Another one very good is: www.nathansvilla.com

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Address: pl. Dabrowskiego 3, Warsaw, Poland