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Mohito Hostel – Krakow, Poland

📍ul. Św. Tomasza 8, Old Town, Kraków

Located in the heart of the old town of Krakow, just round the corner from Rynek Głowny, is the hostel that shares a name with a popular drink that leads to many spectacular life choices: Mohito, Krakow. A relatively small hostel with limited facilities that would tend to put some hostel guests off booking makes up for the lack of size with its personality by pleasuring you in different ways!

As mentioned earlier, Mohito is in a prime spot in Krakow. You literally couldn’t ask for a better location being in the heart of old town, surrounded by stunning architecture, great places to dine out and hiya Rynek Głowny pal! If hostels were solely reviewed on their location, Mohito would for sure be one of the best hostels in the world, but sadly there’s more to a hostel than a location that makes male genitalia go hard.

Its biggest asset may be its coordinates, but there’s a lot more personality to it. It may be small but it’s full character in the main common area that’s open 24/7 with a nice wee noise curfew in place. Filled with many open tables and closed-off corner tables there’s plenty of space to have that small corner to seclude yourself away in whilst also being able to meet new chums. The kitchen is pretty decent in terms of the size of the main area, the only downfall being the entrance to the smoking balcony outside being at the kitchen gives you a lovely whiff of tobacco to blend into the Michelin star quality pasta you’re cooking.

Room sizes are very good with plenty of space to claim a spot in the name of whatever your name is for your bag. The wifi is solid and its bandwidth covers all rooms with a separate wifi connection in the upstairs of the hostel. The best part about the room was the comfort, Jesus those beds were comfy for a hostel room and very little squeaking if any at all whilst you move in bed. The biggest complaint though that was a bit of a pain was the lack of outlets in the room (or at least the room we were in).
There were about maybe 3-4 outlets in the room with two being by a bottom bunk and the rest in random places, with the room being full-on busier days the lack of outlets would be a massive pain in the arse.

Generally speaking, Mohito Hostel in Krakow is a very standard hostel. The facilities are decent, and the beds are very comfy but overall it’s a very standard hostel. The biggest perk, that bumps it up in this hostel review, is the spectacular location, it’s very hard to get better than Mohito’s home in Krakow. With everything considered including the lack of outlets in rooms, Mohito Hostel gets a ‘Very Nice’ grade!

Overall Score: Very Nice

Pros:
• Location is perfect
• Very comfy beds for a hostel
• Room space
• Atmosphere
• Facilities

Cons:
• Lack of outlets in rooms
• Facilities rather small
• Smoking balcony right next to kitchen

Located in the heart of the old town of Krakow, just round the corner from Rynek Głowny, is the hostel that shares a name with a popular drink that leads to many spectacular life choices: Mohito, Krakow. A relatively small hostel with limited facilities that would tend to put some hostel guests off booking makes up for the lack of size with its personality by pleasuring you in different ways!

As mentioned earlier, Mohito is in a prime spot in Krakow. You literally couldn’t ask for a better location being in the heart of old town, surrounded by stunning architecture, great places to dine out and hiya Rynek Głowny pal! If hostels were solely reviewed on their location, Mohito would for sure be one of the best hostels in the world, but sadly there’s more to a hostel than a location that makes male genitalia go hard.

Its biggest asset may be its coordinates, but there’s a lot more personality to it. It may be small but it’s full character in the main common area that’s open 24/7 with a nice wee noise curfew in place. Filled with many open tables and closed off corner tables there’s plenty of space to have that small corner to seclude yourself away in whilst also being able to meet new chums. The kitchen is pretty decent in terms of the size of the main area, the only downfall being the entrance to the smoking balcony outside being at the kitchen given you a lovely whiff of tobacco to blend into the Michelin star quality pasta you’re cooking.

Room sizes are very good with plenty of space to claim a spot in the name of whatever your name is for your bag. The wifi is solid and its bandwidth covers all rooms with a separate wifi connection in the upstairs of the hostel. The best part about the room was the comfort, Jesus those beds were comfy for a hostel room and very little squeaking if any at all whilst you move in bed. The biggest complaint though that was a bit of a pain was the lack of outlets in the room (or at least the room we were in).

There were about maybe 3-4 outlets in the room with two being by a bottom bunk and the rest in random places, with the room being full on busier days the lack of outlets would be a massive pain in the arse.

Generally speaking, Mohito Hostel in Krakow is a very standard hostel. The facilities are decent, the beds are very comfy but overall it’s a very standard hostel. It’s biggest perk that really bumps it up in this hostel review is the spectacular location, it’s very hard to get better than Mohito’s home in Krakow. With everything considered including the lack of outlets in rooms, Mohito Hostel gets a ‘Very Nice’ grade!

Overall Score: Very Nice

Pros:

  • Location is perfect
  • Very comfy beds for a hostel
  • Room space
  • Atmosphere
  • Facilities

 

Cons:

  • Lack of outlets in rooms
  • Facilities rather small
  • Smoking balcony right next to kitchen

https://www.booking.com/hotel/pl/mohito-hostel.en-gb.html?aid=356980;label=gog235jc-1DCAsotgFCDW1vaGl0by1ob3N0ZWxIM1gDaFCIAQOYAQm4AQfIAQzYAQPoAQGIAgGoAgO4AvTKkYsGwAIB0gIkZWFhMmY5ODktMzU0MS00ZTk0LWEwZWEtMDE3ZDc3MWE4YmIy2AIE4AIB;sid=f632ae83ed40d1522a6749330c15675c;dist=0&keep_landing=1&sb_price_type=total&type=total&

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