The frolic goats hostel is a good place to stay in Poznan, Poland. The people here take Great care to supply comfortable beds cheaply. Located in central Poznan and a splendid breakfast. Undoubtedly the best place where anyone can go to sleep for little money. Near The guesthouse also mention that there are bars on if you like to party: D
The Tutti Frutti Hostel is one of the best in Krakow! Whenever I go to Krakow I try to stay there, but you have to book in advance, because it is so popular. It is 500 meters from the Church of Santa Maria and the Market Square. The only downside is that there is no elevator and you have to climb stairs. This very clean and rooms of 5, 8 ... with breakfast included!
The Babel Hostel is right next to the Central Station Wroclaw. It's backpacker accommodation, with huge shared rooms. Tiny and very friendly, with two bathrooms (you can be waiting a long time for a turn!) and a basic kitchenette where you have free tea and coffee 24 hours a day (and sometimes biscuits for dunking). There's wifi, and the recepcion staff are lovely. I felt almost at home. If you have to catch a train early in the morning, or you arrive late at night, this can be an excellent choice. The city centre is ten minutes walk away, and there are trams nearby.
I stayed at this hostel in 2009, and it was one of the best hostels I've ever been to. It's in a great position, not far from the train station. It has a cozy bar, and great decor, with vinyl records from great bands of the twentieth century.
I stayed here on the recommendation of a friend, and was happy that I did. This hostel is mostly popular with young backpackers, and costs 10 euros a night. It is perfectly located in the centre of Krakow on Szeweska Street, right on the city's main square. The price is pretty good, with a buffet breakfast. There's a common kitchen that's very well-equipped, and a common room with everything ... TV, games, books in other languages, computers with internet, etc. The staff are young and friendly, happy to recommend places to visit or party locations. The bathrooms are also very clean and well-equipped. Apparently it was named the world's best hostel by Hostelworld in 2010, and you can see various accolades hanging on the walls.
I loved it - I spent two nights at this centrally located Warsaw hostel, and it was enough for me to know that I'll be back. The rooms (three bunk beds, each with its own light, assigned locker and privacy curtain) and the common areas were spotless. The bathrooms have some room for improvement, but they were good. I loved the sitting room/kitchen, where breakfast is served - toast, ham, butter, jam, tea, coffee. The location is great, quiet, but still close to downtown, just behind the main street. My room was overlooking the street, but I didn't hear a thing at night. A good option for backpackers.
Loved, loved, loved it! Not only because it's a brand new hostel, but also because you can borrow a bike here! For a few days I had a great mountain bike to explore the city. It's a very welcoming hostel, without many guests (I think about 10). The rooms are warm, with TV, fridge, and private bathroom. You can borrow a playstation. The stove isn't bad, though it's a bit small. For me, the biggest drawback is that it's not in the centre of the city, but you can take a 10 minute walk, the tram, or the bike, so it's not too bad. Great value!