If you’re looking for a cheap and centrally located accommodation in Bielsko-Biała, then this article is the best place to begin your search.
Hostel 4 You
Two separate locations both near a city park, walking distance from all major attractions in Bielsko-Biała. It is a well-run, neat and comfortable budget option in the city centre.
Amenities: free Wi-Fi, shared bathrooms, kitchen and TV room, free public parking, free tea and coffee facilities, BBQ, bar with games.
The owners of this hotel did their homework well and as a result they offer clean, comfortable, modern and conveniently located (near the train station) budget accommodation.
Amenities: free Wi-Fi, free public parking, shared bathroom, kitchen and lounge, terrace.
Sleep Time Hostel
Located very close to the Old Town Square, thus ideal location for sightseeing and evening entertainment. This well looked after hostel offers rooms for 2-5 people.
Amenities: free Wi-Fi, TV, kitchen access, shared bathroom.
Dom Turysty PTTK
Dom Turysty, which can be translated as Tourist’s House is one of the oldest accommodations in Bielsko-Biała. It has been run by the Polish Tourism and Sightseeing Society for more than 50 years now. Located closely to the city centre, and set in a 19th century historical villa. The rooms were recently refurbished, some have private bathroom. The hostel has a canteen that offers economy full board option.
Amenities: free Wi-Fi, free private parking, TV, restaurant, common room.
The mountain hostels in the Bielsko-Biała area are located along hiking trails in the Beskid Mountains, away from the lights and noise of the city. They provide a modest accommodation but sufficient to rest and gather strength for next day hike. All of them offer food, usually simple and inexpensive dishes. Some rent tourism equipment and offer additional services such as guiding tours.
There are three mountain hostels located within the city borders, and many more, further in the Beskids.
Schronisko Stefanka – Kozia Góra (683m)
This hundred year old hostel situated on Kozia Góra is surrounded by forest offering quiet nights in rooms from double to dorms. Breakfast and other meals are served in the restaurant in the main hall.
Schronisko Szyndzielnia (1001m)
One of the most popular and the oldest hostels (from 1897) in the Silesian Beskids. Easily accessible from the city centre by the cable car, or on foot. This large object with an interesting architecture offers 49 rooms, a restaurant, and number of nearby attractions, e.g. a small ski-lift and a viewing tower.
Schronisko Klimczok (1034m)
The beginnings of this hostel date back to 1872, when the first wooden building was constructed near Klimczok Peak to provide a place of rest to hikers. Beautiful views, 10 rooms with bathrooms (private and dorms), a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool, a climbing wall and a ski-lift nearby are offered there.