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Category: Accommodation

Youth Hostel "Ślązaczek"


Hostel's offer:

  • double rooms, rooms for three. All of them with washbasins
  • meals in a school canteen
  • sanitary facilities on each floor
  • halls equipped with TV, DVD and games (billiards, table tennis),
  • computer rooms with free internet access (2 rooms, 16 computers)
  • kitchen on each floor
  • library
  • playing field, gym
Location
street Krakusa 16
44-100 Gliwice
Gliwice
Silesia
in the city/town
General Information
: Yes
: Yes
: other accommodation facilities
: none
Contact data
: 32 2306831 wew. 372
: 32 230 68 31
: ptsm@zsti.gliwice.pl
: www.zsti.gliwice.pl/ptsm
Accommodation
: in offer: double rooms, rooms for three. All of them with washbasins, meals in a school canteen, sanitary facilities on each floor, halls equipped with TV, DVD and games (billiards, table tennis), computer rooms with free internet access (2 rooms, 16 computers), kitchen on each floor, library playing field, gym.
Conference room
: Yes
: Yes
: Access: A4 Bus, stop by Zespół Szkół Techniczno-Informatycznych (previously named Zespół Szkół Kolejowych) - Chorzowska street. Or by buses running between Gliwice and Zabrze, stop next to pharmacy - Dabrowskiego street.
: Yes
Availability
: whole year

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