Far away from historic center, but close to the beach. Staff was great. Not a party hostel. Checkout until noon.
nice small, friendly hostel. I'd surely recommend it for those who are not seeking crazy parties (who I doubt would choose Gdansk anyway) but rather a good experience with a few fellow travellers. Unfortunately, we could only stay one night as it was scheduled this way in our trip. Regardless, it was a worthy stay
Extremely helpful staff, optimal location for the price (8 minutes walk from Oliwa Gdansk train station and shops), well-equipped kitchen, standard rooms. Small but comfy. Not enough bathrooms, but it was still a very nice stay.
My experience with this hostel was a bit weird, we arrived and the nice lady of the reception showed our room (which was nice but nothing woow), it was in the first floor and only one bathroom which had no heating so was hard to have pleasant shower there.
Seems like the hostel has some hard rules about noices after 10:00 PM but this didn't seem to apply, as durin the night, was no one in reception and was full of "kids" going in and out in the bedrooms next to the kitchen.
Small hostel in quiet area. It is far from the center but near the railway station, it is good place when You want visit Gdańsk and Sopot, because it is in the same distance from the center of both cities. In hostel You can rent bikes, so you can get to many place very quickly on them. In hostel is small garden, You can eat meals or rest in it. Very nice receptionist girl.
What was nice is the calm neighborhood and that it is really near the train station. The room was clean and nice. The two drawbacks of this place are: - only two bathroom which was really inconvenient... we had to wait for it for ages! and the other thing is that is rather far out of the city center and if you want to do something late in the night the only option is a taxi.