Globetrotter Hostel
Aleja (Avenue) Wyzwolenia 10/127, Warsaw, Poland

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Globetrotter has astonishing design, location and atmosphere. For sure it's not an ordinary hostel!

We offer rooms for 8/4/2 guests. All rooms have been recently renovated, have a warm color scheme and are newly furnished. The walls are decorated with the works of young artists from Warsaw, which gives them a unique feel. The bathrooms have a high standard and are equipped with showers as well as bathtubs that have jets and a hydro-massage system.

A wireless network is available in the whole facility. In addition our guests will also have an access to a computer room, a living room - a common social area with a comfy couch, tables for playing chess, board games and cards. We have also provided albums about Warsaw and equipped the room with a record player, thanks to which you will be able to relax and enjoy some music.

Please note:
Check in after 14.00
Check out before 11.00
The hostel is open 24 hours
Breakfast included - We have milk and cornflakes for breakfast and free coffee an tea for all day
Cancellation policy: 48h advance notice
Taxes included



Going from Plac Zbawiciela you can find the Globetrotter Hostel on the left hand side of Aleja Wyzwolenia. Just look for the 3 rd door of the long tenement house. There is a lift in the building on your left hand side!

from Dworzec Centralny, the Warsaw Central railway station:

by bus:
#131- from the bus terminal (Dworzec Centralny)which is next to the railway station there are 4 bus stops to the Metro Politechnika bus stop.
#501&519- from the bus terminal there are 3 stops to the Metro Politechnika bus stop.
At night the buses N37 and N81 leave from the Central Station bus terminal. Just look for the stop called Metro Politechnika and remember that at night buses stops only on demand.

by tram:
#10 - the stop is on Al. Jana Pawla II (going through the underground from the railway station look for the direction Mokotow), there are 4 stops to Metro Politechnika tram stop

If you want to take a walk we suggest going along Aleje Jerozolimskie and then turning right into ul. Marszalkowska Walk until you reach Plac Zbawiciela. Then you need to turn left into Aleja Wyzwolenia . The stroll takes about 20 minutes

from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) airport:

by bus:
#188- this bus will take you from the bus terminal at the airport to Marszalkowska bus stop where you need to get off. It takes about 22 minutes (not including heavy traffic). When you get off just walk up the stairs and turn right. Then walk to Plac Zbawiciela and turn right.