Emma is not only a bunkhouse but also an idea. It was created on the initiative of friends who have been involved in various liberation and egalitarian organizations or movements.
By creating this place we wanted to show it is easy to put one's ideals into practice. The name of the hostel comes from the name of Emma Goldman, a socio-political, anarcha-feminist activist who lived in the turn of 19 and 20 centuries.
We are eco-friendly and segregate rubbish. Many recipes for energy efficiency (eg. energy saving light bulbs, light sensors) and water conservation (eg. water consumption meters) have been already installed at Emma. What is more, 20% of the energy used at the hostel comes from renewable sources of energy. All the furnishings are wooden, made partly from secondhand wood. They have been created by Reinold Goerigk from our friendly farm in Węgajty. He built beds using boards and cuttings, as well as ulitized old floorboards to make new doors. The wood is impregnated with natural protective agents such as cottonseed oil or linseed oil. We are doing our best to make sure sanitary products and detergents are biodegradable, not animal tested and not produces by large corporations, and stationery we use comes from recycling. We would like to use as many secondhand items as possible, thus things one does not need will find their new purposes and come handy at our place.
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Hostels Ausstattungen & Richtlinien
- 24 Stunden Rezeption
- Kostenloser Internet-Zugang
- Kostenloses WLAN
- Haartrockner zum Mieten
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- Zubereitungsmöglichkeiten für Tee / Kaffee
- Handtücher zum Ausleihen
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ReiserücktrittsversicherungDiese Unterkunft hat eine 1 Tage Stornierungsfrist. Ergeht innerhalb dieser Zeit keine Stornierung, wird eine Stornogebühr in Höhe der ersten Nacht des Aufenthalts in Rechnung gestellt.
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Wilcza Street is located in the city centere. Closest tram/bus stop is on Marszalkowska Street (major street of Warsaw), and it's called 'Plac Konstytucji'.
From the Central Station:
By foot (10-15 min): walk along the Al. Jerozlimskie street in the Praga direction � this means you wil have the Palace of Science ans Culture on your left side. Walk up to the next big crossing, with Marszałkowska street. Turn right, so that you pass the big Novotel Hotel on your left. Walk stright ahead, up to Wilcza street, and turn left. Hostel is on your right.
By public transport (10 min): go to tramstop at Aleje Jerozolimskie (Jerozolimskie Alleys) and get any tram in the �Praga� direction. Get of at �Centrum� bus stop � the first stop. Then, go to Marszałkowska Str., and hop on any tram in �Mokot�w� direction. Take of at first bus stop, which is called �Hoża� Str. Go straight ahead, and turn left into next street. This is going to be Wilcza street. Go ahead, and stop at number 25.
Get a bus 175, take off at �Centrum� bus stop. Follow the walking directions from paragraph above.