Cosy, quirky, family-operated hostel. Safe, great location, really affordable.
We stayed in the "Play Room," a double, as well as a four-bedroom dorm. Each room is decorated in a different style - not an Ikea hostel for sure! The bathrooms, linens, and kitchen were spotless but not sterile. Definitely the most creative looking hostel I've ever stayed at. A hidden jem, for sure! Breafast was simple but typical for a hostel. Coffee and tea are also available all day and night. Wifi was free in the common area. Couple who were owners (presumably) were super-friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. We also stayed there for 50% off because it was a Sunday night - only cost us 10 Euros each for this wonderful, wonderful place.
I would go back to Weimar just to stay in this hostel once more.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Right in the center of Weimar lies the Labyrinth Hostel, labyrinthine like the town itself. All rooms became decorated by local artists, you will definitely find no IKEA standard like elsewhere. You can expect extensive city info, a personal support and a cozy and international atmosphere. You will find a complete equipped guest kitchen, free tea and coffee and on the big roof terrace it will be easy to make new friends. ... more less
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