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Atlantis Hostel

58 Dietla Street, Kraków, 31-039

Information

Hostel Atlantis is located in the centre of Kraków at 58 Dietla Street, between the Old Town and Kazimierz district, only 650 m from the Wawel Castle and 1 km from the Main Market Square. If you are looking for clean, simple and affordable room in Krakow nearby the most important attractions of the city, the Atlantis Hostel will be the best choice.
The four-storey hostel offers 196 beds in 51 rooms (from single ones to 10-bed dorms) with shared bathroom or a private bathroom. Bunk beds are in 21 rooms. Some rooms are air-conditioned. All the rooms are cosy, colourful and equipped with comforatble furniture. Bedlinen and towels are included in the price. Neither the building nor the rooms are accessible to disabled people.

The hostel does not have its own restaurant, however, on the first floor it offers fully-equipped kitchen, stocked with complimentary coffee and tea. Breakfast and dinner can be order on request in a restaurant chosen by a group. Apart from this, there is a bar and a vending machine with beverages. There is also a common room where groups can freely get together, playing some board games or reading books. On the premises, guests can also take advantage of free access to Wi-Fi.

Reception desk is opened 24/7. Check-in is from 14:00, check-out until 10:00. Luggage storage is complimentary.

The nearest bus/tram stop is only within 300 m from the hostel. The distance to PKS/PKS (railway/bus station) is ca. 1.4 km, and to the airport – 12.5 km. There is no possibility for buses to drive up to the building. Instead, they can stop in Dajwór St.

City tax is not charged in Krakow. No deposit from the guests on the spot is required.

Check-in: 14:00

Check-out: 12:00

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