Rolling Stone Hostel
Address2a Strade Piatra Mare Schei BrasovSee nearby area
For rates, enter dates/guests
Lonely Planet review
Run by helpful sisters with unlimited reserves of energy, super-friendly Stone attracts a cosmo stew of travellers. Dorms are a little crowded, but for the smaller one downstairs. The private double room (without bathroom) has couches and armoire. You'll be given a map and bags of info on arrival. Personal lockers, organised tours and basic breakfast.
Our independent authors have visited Rolling Stone Hostel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Braşov.
Description provided by property
Rolling Stone Hostel is a laid back, friendly, clean, comfortable and secure hostel with clued-up staff and a great central location
We are Brasovs first and best hostel, offering FREE EVERY NIGHT OF YOUR STAY:
- Unlimited Wi-Fi and internet access
- Big lockers in the rooms (big enough for your backpack)
- Linens and beddings - we make the beds for you!
- Use of kitchen and facilities
Rooms include free towels, free clean linen and free lockers under the beds, each with their own key for the safety of your items. Our showers are lovely and hot 24/7!
Reception is open 24hrs so theres no curfew, and our friendly, helpful and English-speaking staff can help you with all you need.
We can provide tourist information, taxi booking, pizza ordering and bookings at other hostels in Romania you can enjoy 10% discount at any Romanian hostel if we make the booking! We also have a rent-a-car service.
The kitchen is also open 24hrs. Our nice, big common area include an LCD TV and board games like Monopoly, chess, backgammon, cards and more.
The cheapest hostel in Brasov!
We are Brasov's best hostel, offering free every night of your stay
Unlimited Wi-Fi and internet access
Big lockers in the rooms (big enough for your backpack)
Use of towels-free for private rooms
Linens and bedding - we make the beds for you!
Use of kitchen and facilities (including a BBQ area)
A great terrace to enjoy breakfast and hang out during the day
Brasov map with highlights, city information
Phone calls for reservations in Romania
So Cheap and so good, your money is valued:
Free clean and fresh sheets, blanket, pillow
Free 24 hour running hot water
Free secure vault, locker, luggage storage
Free unlimited Internet access.
Free Wi-Fi connection
+ Free Brasov map with highlights, city information
1 minute walking from the Old City center of Brasov
Our super friendly staff is always ready to help you with anything you need: information, daytime trips or what can you do after sun goes down
As you like it clean we are making sure everything is spotless and warm as your own home.
There is always something happening around us barbecue nights, pub crawls or day trips
Free full information support for every spot of Romania.
We are here 24 hours to help you with whatever information you might need :
What to see and do
Where to stay
How to get there
Information, guide books and maps for the surrounding countries
In a totally renovated house in the heart of the old town
Bright, spacious and clean rooms - new comfortable thick mattresses with fresh and clean sheets, blankets and a pillow.
Brand new spotless bathrooms with 24h running hot water
Chill out area
TV/ DVD Lounge
High speed Internet access Wi-Fi connection
Travel fresh - we will do your laundry for you
Safe luggage space
One day trips:
Allow yourselves longer time than originally planned for one of our unforgettable day trips.
(cheaper than train or other competitors)
Welcoming and helpful staff, several languages spoken
No curfew, no lockout
Price from 6.97 all that you need included.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Parking
- Free Parking
- Bicycle Hire
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Linen Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
- Shuttle Bus
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency Exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
First Romanian School Museum
This building packs a staggering amount of antique books, including the first Russian bible and 15th-century school books that admonish...
St Nicholas’ Cathedral
St Nicholas’ Cathedral, first built in wood in 1392, replaced by a Gothic stone church in 1495, and later embellished in Byzantine...
Piping out aromas of pork crackling in onion, meatball soup, chicken liver and bacon and sarmalute cu mamaliguta (boiled beef rolled...