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Hostel Angelina Old Town 3 stars

Old Town, Dubrovnik

Lockers are provided in the dormitory rooms. Fridge, oven and toaster are just some of the facilities provided in the shared kitchen. Some dormitories and all private rooms are connected in the annex building, a 5-minute walk away. Guests staying in the annex building may freely use the main building's facilities. - Quick check in and out. - Very clean accommodation. - Great social events. - Friendly personal. - Organized kitchen. - Beautiful open space. - Great location in old town. - Fair prices - Quick responses The hostel in the annex building is one of the best hostels I've ever stayed at! If you want to meet travelers from all over the world and enhance your experience in Dubrovnik, I'd really recommend staying at this place. If you're traveling alone this is definitely a must. You will not find an accommodation on Airbnb for that price during summer seasons in old town.

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8.8
Fabulous
1,061 reviews

Hostel 365 For U

Dubrovnik

Located 1.5 km from Dubrovnik Old Town and 500 metres from Lapad Bay, Hostel 365 For U features air-conditioned rooms. Free WiFi access is provided in all areas.

Guests will find a 24-hour reception desk, as well as lockers and a shared lounge area with satellite TV. Various restaurants, cafes and shops can be found in the vicinity of Hostel 365 For U. I basically liked everything about it. The staff were very nice. The whole hostel was always clean. I could dare to say it is one of the best hostel I’ve stayed in a long time. The showers were very big and clean. I also love the fact that the beds have curtains making everything very private. Location? Well, not too close to the old town but close enough to be comfortable walking there. They also have drugstore, supermarket and many other stores pretty close.

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8.7
Fabulous
796 reviews

Hostel Sol

Dubrovnik

Hostel Sol offers modernly-furnished rooms with private bathrooms. Bed linen and towels are included as well as a safety deposit box and a flat-screen TV. Common facilities include shared kitchen and a shared lounge area. Perfect lovely staff, parking in the garage, new rooms, beautiful bathroom and view ond the sea and ships :)

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8.5
Very good
513 reviews

Hostel Petra Marina

Dubrovnik

Located 200 metres from Gruž Port and 800 metres from the Main Bus Station, Hostel Petra Marina offers accommodation in Dubrovnik. The UNESCO-protected Dubrovnik Old Town is 2.5 km from the hostel. The Hostel offers a common terrace featuring views of the sea. The owner of the hostel and her father are fantastic. They really care. If you need anything they help you. Communication was great, everything was prepared for the stay. There's very friendly atmosphere. The hostel is located in a very good and nice place in the port. There are beaches nearby, supermarkets, cafés and good restaurants with nice prices. There are bus stations to the historical center of Dubrovnik and to the Main station with airport shuttles. There is also ferries to the islands.

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8.6
Fabulous
308 reviews

The City Place Hostel

Old Town, Dubrovnik

The City Place Guesthouse is set in 2 stone houses in Dubrovnik Old Town. World famous Stradun street can be reached within 20 metres.

All rooms are air-conditioned with a flat-screen satellite TV and a shared bathroom. It's not your everyday hostel. Ana and their family keep this place like a home. You will be part of the family during your stay. Loved the place a lot.

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7.9
Good
325 reviews

Hostels. What are they?

Way more than just a cheap place to sleep, hostels are a social way to travel and meet like-minded people. Common areas like shared kitchens or games rooms are great ways to swap tips, tricks and travel stories with backpackers from all over the world. <br><br> Hostels have come a long, long way since the first youth hostel opened in 1912. From budget 'crash-pads' to five-star 'poshtels', today, hostels are for everybody, so whether you'd prefer a bed in a shared dorm or your own private room, you'll find most hostels are cheaper than a local hotel and far more fun.

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