We have moved!

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After a lot of planning, physical and mental work, we have moved the hostel to a new location!

It took a lot of time and resources but with the help of every employee and friends of the hostel, we managed to move our whole establishment to a brand new place.

We now have a 3 level hostel with 5 dorms and a private room, most having balconies, a fully equiped kitchen, an entertainment and work room and all the delicious FREE stuff our guests are already accustomed with : 

  • - Soft drinks
  • - Coffee and tea all day long
  • - Unlimited WI-Fi and internet access
  • - Big lockers in the rooms (big enough for your backpack)
  • - Use of towels
  • - Bikes ( maintenance fee) 
  • - Use of kitchen and facilities (including a BBQ area)
  • - An awesome yard with a terrace to enjoy breakfast and hang out during the day
  • - Baggage storage
  • - Brasov map with highlights, city information
  • - Phone calls for reservations in Romania
  • - 24 H reception

The neighborhood is a really calm one, in the historical centre of the city, in the Union Square! 7 minutes away from the Main Pedestrian street and 5 minutes away from the Main Square.

We are very excited about our recent change. Come join us in our beautiful city. Find yourself here.

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