Located 10 minutes from the city center, our hostel is easy to reach by public transport. ATMs, 24/7 supermarkets, food market, trading center, direct transport to major city attractions, embassies, water park, variety of cafes, fast food and restaurants nearby will make your stay pleasant.
Fully/nicely renovated property, easy transportation to the city. – Hostelbookers guest
I strongly recommend staying in the Yeti Hostel in Dushanbe, the first in the capital of Tajikistan. I have stayed in more than 100 hostels and this one ranks very high. Miskola, the manager, is very friendly, speaks fluent English, and can help organise trips and tours in Dushanbe and around the country, even to the Pamirs or the Fann mountains. The hostel is not too far from the city centre, in a safe district, with restaurants and shops nearby. It has a good bathroom and a nice living room. Enjoy your stay! – Martin Pospisil, Czech Republic
My LOI I got from Orom travel via Yeti hostel. Dushanbe: there is a great new hostel called Yeti which has a Facebook page and website. From the airport you can take minibus number 8 (1som) or shared taxi (3 som) to the roundabout on the corner. It is opposite Soadat (written in Cyrillic) centre. Walk following the blue railings with blue and white stipend awnings on the left. Turn right with the railings. At the end of the street you will see a blue garage door. It is the apartment building next to this (3rd on right). – June Arber, UK
“Yeti Hostel is Dushanbe’s first hostel. A short marshrutka or shared taxi ride from the city centre, it is located in an apartment block in a neighbourhood full of shops, cafes and supermarkets. The flat has been newly renovated for the sole purpose of creating a hostel. Case in point is the multi-functional bathroom that has two individual toilets and showers, thus eliminating the need to queue at peak using times. The proprietors, Jafar & Miskola, are a friendly couple who are well versed in all things tourist-related in Tajikistan. They have indeed set the bar high for all other future hostels.” – Steven Kaplysz, USA