Welcome to Okidoki Hostel in Warsaw, Poland!
Warsaw? Cheap accommodation? Only in Oki Doki Hostel! We are not a hotel, we are not a Bed-n-Breakfast – we are a combination of the best qualities of each! Hostel Oki Doki is an extraordinary place, situated in the very center of Warsaw. In times of mass market clichés, we chose a new tact. The hostel interior was designed by different Warsaw artists, each room a separate artistic project. From dormitories to double ensuites – we are absolutely sure that your stay in this place will make you want more!
Our guests have access to FREE INTERNET (WI-FI as well), kitchen (open for general use) with free coffee and tea, BAR WITH THE CHEAPEST BEER IN WARSAW, common room, laundry service and a shop with Warsaw souvenirs. There are daily activities within a hostel.:PUB CRAWLS, Games, Karaoke, Pierogi and local cusine classes. Moreover, most of the cultural centers are nearby and 6 of our TOP 10 BEST CLUBS are less then 5 minute away from Warsaw’s best hostel -on foot!!!
As if the unique design of the rooms and immaculate cleanliness are not enough for a perfect stay, our hostel is staffed by young people who love Warsaw and enjoy sharing this passion with others! They’ll happily help you find the most interesting sights, show you the best places for a night on the town and make sure your stay in Oki Doki is amazing!
Oki Doki is a proud member of Europe’s Famous Hostels network. There is only one selected hostel in the most interesting cities across Europe. The member is always considered the best in the city.
Hostel Oki Doki in Warsaw was voted ONE OF THE 10 BEST HOSTELS IN THE WORLD at the turn of 2006 – 2007! Hoscar is the most important award that a hostel can win.
Votes of more than 500,000 travelers from all around the world were counted and they were judging more than 12.000 places to stay.
This is the most important award hostel can get. It is awarded by the guest of the world biggest booking portal Hostelworld and their hundreds affiliates including Lonely Planet. The customers were surveyed after their stay and asked to grade their hostel based on six different criteria: character, security, location, staff, fun and cleanliness.