The Best Hostels in Lodz, Poland

The Best Hostels in Lodz, Poland
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As the sun sets behind this metropolitan city, this time capsule of the nineteenth century is aglow with multicolor light, coloring the past in a modern shade. Lodz, Poland, whose name translates to "boat," is the third largest city in the nation and is the capital of Lodz Voivodeship. Once a small town in 1332, Lodz grew to become a powerful city with the help of industrialization. With its influx of immigrants, Lodz became a multicultural, industrial hub renowned throughout Poland. Lodz is famous for its contributions in the arts, holding one of the best museums of modern art, Muzeum Sztuki. One of the main tourist attractions of Lodz, however, is the Piotrkowska Street, a high street that runs for around 3.1 miles. On this street, an endless promenade of restaurants, bars, and boutiques can be found, making Piotrkowska one of the longest commercial streets in the world. Other tourist attractions include Izrael Poznanski Palace, Palm House, Canal Museum, Museum of Cinematography, and Planetarium EC1. With all that there is to do in Lodz, you are going to need a place to stay. Many of the hostels available in Lodz provide comfortable lodgings for a price much more affordable than the hotels and motels available.
How much do hostels in Lodz cost?

You can find our comprehensive analysis of all hostel prices in Lodz here. We've found the average prices of dorms and private rooms, as well as the typical prices of hostels with various amenities, too.

A social hostel with a musical theme

Dorm Bed from $14.53
Private Room from $14.20
Piotrkowska 60, Lodz
Located on the famous Piotrkowska Street, the Music Hostel adds a melodic flair to your stay. Offering over 30 beds for its guests, all bedrooms are shared in increments of two through six. Rooms are clean, comfortable, and provide guests stressed out with the wear and tear of travel with a calming setting to decompress and unwind. The Music Hostel has a common room that holds comfy sofas, a TV and DVD player, a small collection of books and newspapers, and a fully equipped kitchenette that provides free tea and coffee during all hours of the day and night. Meals are served in the cafe but are not included in the original price. There are also vending machines scattered throughout the Music Hostel. Other amenities include lockers, meeting rooms, washing machines, parking, cable TV, free Wifi, and more.
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