Situated in the thriving city of Warsaw is ApartHostel. I was lucky enough to stay here for a few nights and experience all that this place had to offer. Warsaw is a one-of-a-kind place and a must-visit if you come to Poland. A lot of people skip this city because they don’t think it has anything special about it, but the truth was that 85% of the city was destroyed in World War 2 because the people of Warsaw tried to defend their city from the Nazis. It’s a city which needs time to tell its story to you, it’s not to be rushed. Therefore, I recommend staying here for at least a few days, and if you do, come stay at the ApartHostel. Here is why it’s so special…
The first thing I loved about this place was the interior design. The style is modern and trendy, which I love in a hostel. My room was very spacious and came with a fully functional bathroom as well as a little desk and chair by the window, and plenty of wardrobe space. The hostel has a total of 9 rooms of which most have a bathroom. There are a couple of dorm rooms as well as private rooms available. My room was clean, comfortable and a brilliant cosy place to stay for a few nights.
The facilities at the hostel included a working restaurant and café. Apparently, they have brilliant pizza which unfortunately I didn’t try – next time! The hostel has great WIFI (always a plus in my books!), as well as a 24-hour reception and free maps of Warsaw on arrival. If you’re arriving by car then the hostel also has parking available for you.
The location of the hostel was in a good place, very accessible to public transport. You can easily catch a tram to the old town. I decided to walk over the bridge instead which was a nice 40-minute walk. There’s an abundance of great bakeries, restaurants and bars within walking distance too. There’s even a vodka factory just down the road which is not to be missed!
I really enjoyed my stay at ApartHostel and would happily stay there again in the future. The hostel was up to a high standard and beautifully decorated.
My stay here was sponsored but as always, all opinions are my own. A big thank you to ApartHostel for having me!