Kismet Dao Hostel

Simply the best valued, cleanest and cheapest hostel in Brasov. Other hostels claim many things but we actually deliver.  See it for yourself. Our staff will give you full information support for every spot of Romania. We know what you need as we are backpackers too: what to see and do, where to stay, how to get there, maps, information, guide books, flyers and bus/trains timetables. We speak English, French, Italian, Spanish and of course Romanian.

Consider this:

  • Our central location in Old Town (Piata Unirii) means we are conveniently close to everything.
  • 24 hour reception.
  • Parking place
  • The hostel is modern, of western standards and wickedly clean.
  • We offer laundry service.
  • A yard and beautiful terraces hang out in.
  • Pet friendly environment-- we love pets!
  • Private and dorm rooms.
  • Modern kitchen and bathrooms.
  • Our lounge has tables and comfy couches to drink and relax, play ping-pong or darts and many other games available. Listen to music or watch TV and socialize with unique, interesting people from all over the world and party into the morning.
  • We offer the cheapest guided all-day tour of the 3 nearby castles.
  • Barbeque facilities.
  • Book exchange.

OUR FIRST RULE: NO RULES!
NO LOCK-OUT or CURFEW, 11 o'clock CHECK-OUT TIME*.

* You are welcome to use the hostel's facilities for the rest of the day.

Upon request, we can arrange:

  • AIRPORT transfer
  • Car RENTAL
  • TOURS anywhere in Romania

As of November 2017 Kismet Dao Hostel moved back to our original Piata Unirii location, Strada Democratiei 2B, in the historical center of Brasov. Founded in 2001 we are the first and best hostel in Brasov, committed to providing all our guests with the highest level of quality and reliability in every aspect of your stay with us.

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Mărţişor is the symbol of spring and also a celebration on the first of March. Its beginnings are still a mystery, but it is usually said that it originated in ancient Rome, because New Year's Eve was celebrated on the 1st of March (Martius), the month of the war god Mars. He had a double role: both protector of agriculture and of war, so the celebration signified the rebirth of nature. The duality of symbols is kept in the colours of the Mărţişor: white and red, meaning peace and war (it might also symbolize winter and spring).