This article will touch on the best hostels in Warsaw for couples.
While Warsaw isn’t considered a romantic getaway destination, the city certainly has its moments.
Warsaw isn’t without charm, whether a walk down Nowy Świat in the middle of winter or a stroll on Powiśle in the middle of summer.
But if you’re a couple in Warsaw on a budget, you’ll need a place to stay.
So we’re going to take a look at that – the best hostels in Warsaw for couples.
I’ve lived here for almost 10 years, and have experience that charm myself, and know the ideal places to stay where you won’t get overcharged, and you’ll get actually taken care of.
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Pick your preferred hostel in Warsaw from the map below:
Let’s take a closer look at some of these stays:
Hostel Praga is located across the river in the district of Praga. It’s a 15-minute walk from the west Railway station (Warszawa Wschodnia)
Your double room has a TV, so you can cook a meal in the fully-equipped kitchen and then unwind in your room.
The shared bathrooms are well kept and the rooms do come with linen – everything you need to freshen up, then go explore Warsaw.
If you’re on a budget, but don’t want to share a bathroom, then Deja Vu hostel is the one for you.
As you can see above, there are a range of double rooms that come with their own bathroom. You’re sharing a kitchen and common space, but the bathroom is yours alone.
And that kitchen and common area is a pretty nice one at that!
Deja Vu Hostel is located in a great area, too. Just off Nowy Świat and almost right in the middle of the Old Town, you can easily walk from here to most parts of the city.
Protip: Just around the corner is one of the best Polish restaurants you’ll come across in Warsaw – Syrena Irena
Pepe Hostel is located a little further out, but it’s a 5-minute walk to the underground that’ll get you to the city centre in minutes. It’s also got private parking if you’re driving to Warsaw.
It’s bright, airy, and fresh without being cold and sterile.
There’s a movie theme throughout the entire place which adds an interesting vibe to the place.
If you book a double room with your private bathroom, you’ll also get your own patio.
The rooms are just what you need as a base to go and explore Poland’s capital and the surrounding areas.
Moon Hostel is located bang in the middle of Warsaw. Right at the start of the Royal Route (a nice walk to the Old Town) and really close to the main road through the middle of the city.
From here, you can get to just about anywhere and you’re within walking (actually, stumbling) distance from a lot of Warsaw’s nightlife.
Protip: Check out Pawilony – a little area of brilliant uni/dive bars.
Moon Hostel is relatively new. It’s got a beautiful front facade, a well-equipped kitchen, and you even have the option of an included breakfast in the morning!
If you want to stay right in the heart of the Old Town while you’re in Warsaw, Kanonia hostel is ideal.
Located in the less-travelled part of the Old Town, the hostel actually spans a bridge where people may very well walk under your room. A unique little feature of this place!
The hostel is obviously well-located, but also well equipped.
The studio apartment is pretty much the same price as a double room, and you get your own kitchen and bathroom.
Rooms are period accurate in the sense that they’re decked out to look a little vintage, keeping in theme with the ‘traditional’ vibe of the place.
There are also some stunning views of the river from the common room!
Shape&Color premium hostel is located south of the city, about a 10 minute bus ride, or 5 minutes by Uber/Bolt.
It’s perfect for a one-night stay and has great public transport to get you all over the city.
There’s a shared kitchen that’s well-equipped for everything you need to cook whatever you want, and you’ve got your own TV in your room if you want to just stop for a bit and relax.
As it’s not in the city centre, it’s a great place to stay if you’ve got a car or plan on hiring one.
Tatamka Hostel is located on Tamka, a street that goes from the city centre down to Powisle, the area located by the side of the Wisła river.
There are a few buses that go past here from the city centre.
As you can see, the hostel itself is bright, airy and well-kept.
It’s only a 500m walk from the old town and other major tourist destinations. It’s open 24 hours, and the kitchen is fully equipped to cook whatever you need.
The lounge is also a nice place to stop and chill while you figure out what to do next.
Located, unsurprisingly right near Warszawa Centralna, or Warsaw’s central station, this hostel is great for couples as it’s on a quite yet lively street – Emilii Plater.
This street is lined with tall, old buildings and has a surprising amount of greenery. Some fantastic restaurants (like Sofra) and bars (Bar Pacifyk) are nearby. The hostel itself is located above Legends, a British pub!
The hostel has a common kitchen and living space; the rooms are nice and quiet. Shared bathroom is well-kept and modern.
Warsaw is a great place for a weekend getaway with your loved one, especially in summer.
Learn more about Poland’s capital in our Fun Facts about Warsaw article!