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House Rules Varad INN Boutique Hostel

HOUSE RULES – Varad INN Boutique Hostel Novi Sad Full Payment and city tax must be made upon arrival and by doing so guests have acknowledged that they are familiar with and have accepted the HOUSE RULES. Upon arrival guests must present reception with a valid ID document (passport, ID card…) Rooms and beds are only for the use registered guests. Check out is at 11:00 unless otherwise arranged with reception. Early and late check outs are 600 din for dorms and 1200 din for private rooms The hostel is not responsible for the safety of  luggage or possessions.  We recommend using the provided locker with key The room key is kept at reception whenever the room is unoccupied. Smoking is only permitted in the courtyard or in the street. It is banned in all other areas of the hostel Cleaning and inspection of dorm and shared rooms, excluding private rooms are done twice daily No storing food in the rooms due to safety and hygienic precautions Using heaters, cookers, irons, kettles etc. in rooms is not allowed. Flammable materials, materials with intense and unpleasant smells, weapons, narcotics, are all prohibited. Small pets are allowed in private rooms Removing hostel […]

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Novi Sad, Serbia Lonelyplanet’s best accommodation

Fun, loving, exciting and just about everything you have never thought Novi Sad could be like is true.   With a city full of interesting, creative and night loving individuals always on the look out for a good time, this hidden gem should definitely be on your list of best places to visit in Europe.  It isn’t surprising that Lonely Planet, a world famous travel guide that puts travellers at the heart of everything they do, informing and inspiring them with trusted content from experts who visit every destination recommended travelling to Novi Sad. They wrote:  Novi Sad is as a chipper town with all the spoils and none of the stress of the big smoke. Locals sprawl in pretty parks and outdoor cafes, and laneway bars pack out nightly. The looming Petrovaradin Citadel keeps a stern eye on proceedings, loosening its tie each July to host Serbia’s largest music festival. You can walk to all of Novi Sad’s attractions from the happening pedestrian thoroughfare, Zmaj Jovina, which stretches from the town square (Trg Slobode) to Dunavska street. Novi Sad has better prices on accommodation (hostels), food, alcohol and taxi than Belgrade or most popular European city destinations.  Varad Inn Hostel is […]

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