It wasn't long ago that staying in a Wrocław hostel meant sleeping on a metal cot in a humourless Soviet-style dormitory run by a stern Polish babcia who locked the doors promptly at 23:00 and didn't entertain English-language appeals from late arrivals. Fortunately Wrocław's discovery and development into a first-rate travel destination has changed all that, and today you'll find the quality, quantity and value of hostels in Wrocław very high, with each subsequent opening seeming to raise the standard even more. The market is currently at its peak, and though your choices are varied and higher in volume than ever before, it's still important to book ahead. While we don't have space here to list every bunk in town, we've made an effort to include the best on the market. Sleep it off.