I had excellent experience at this hotel, the room are nicely decorated , spacious and very clean. The hotel offers breakfast , you have wonderful selection from pastry to fresh fruit like oranges , kiwi, strawberries, . Also you can choose your eggs the way you like with ham , mushrooms , scallions . I would definitely recommend this hotel to my friends.
"Relaxing Hotel among Mature Trees with Lovely Food"
The hotel is easy to find after a tiresome drive, and makes a very welcoming first impression: fragrant, gently air-conditioned interior is traditional, harmonious and comforting. My dog and I were greeted with well-mannered hospitality and offered a good room on the ground floor. There was no noise in the room from the passers-by in the park. The park is full of beautiful trees and maintained in an easy-going manner, lovely for a walk any time of day or evening, and sufficiently well-lit to feel safe. The bar staff were exceptionally personable and informative on a variety of local subjects, which I appreciated, as enjoyable conversation is a rare bonus. Dinner was served in the gracious garden, which was charming in the early autumnal evening light, and much enhanced by a splendid vintage piano player with particular flare for old favourites. The nostalgic music complemented the atmosphere of the hotel perfectly and screened the other guests' private exchanges. The Polish cuisine was at its finest - a real treat when you live on a small island in Shetland. In fact, I asked the waiter to congratulate the chef on the humble soup, which was exquisitely and unexpectedly flavoured with wild mushrooms. I would have happily bought a cookery book by the hotel chef, and told him so on the way out, hoping he would produce one soon. Overall, the hotel is to be recommended for the confident maturity with which it receives its guests and the regional cuisine with local flavour.
Hotel Atrium reminded my wife and I of hotels we had stayed in Riga, the physical appearance as well as the food and amenities are very similar, they really should change the bedspread. Which leaves the hotel on the very edge of being 4 star, the Holiday Inn near Tegel Airport easily tops it. Great location for us as Bohema restaurant is almost next door and don't forget the 24 hour flower shop at the traffic circle nearby. Substantial breakfast. A bonus is being able to open the window as well as the free parking outside.
Traveller from Toronto
If you are searching for a reasonably priced central Szczecin hotel , then the Hotel Atrium is worth a look. The hotel is …More
Nice comfortable hotel , lovely clean room. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Didn't eat dinner at hotel but had breakfast which was excellent. Hotel was in an excellent position close to city centre and the river. Over all we had a lovely stay.
My room was a maisonette in a 19th century apartment house near the Stettin castle. Well maintained and well equipped, it was located in central walking distance of the chief historical sites as well as two up-scale shopping centers. Although there is no reception, the check-in was flawless, as long as you have a European cell phone.
The hotel sits within a converted military barracks, but don't be put off by that. It is easy to find, located close to the centre of town within easy walking distance of the old town and plac Grunwaldzki where coloured terraces of smart apartments and the best restaurants are to be found. The rooms are spacious and clean, and although I personally found the bed uncomfortable, that was more to do with the thin pillows than the bed itself, so the trick is to ask for more than one (pillow). I would have liked my room to have an easy chair rather than two wooden armchairs, but it had a desk and a decent size wardrobe in which to put clothes etc, and a large LG flat-screen TV. My en-suite bathroom was designed for disabled use, so whilst the handles on either side of the lavatory were spooky and uncomfortable, the shower itself was huge with plenty of hot water - the towels were small and hard, but okay. The buffet breakfast was very good, especially the scrambled eggs and selection of meats and cheeses. All-in-all, the hotel was worth its 3-star rating and I would stay there again.
Andrew from Guildford
Hotel Rycerski, located in the centre of Szczecin, is a 3 star hotel in Poland in one of the most interesting cultural …More
The largest seaport in Poland, Szczecin, or Stettin, is tucked where the Odra River meets the Baltic Sea and is the capital city of the West Pomerania Province. Historically important as a trade center, the city today bustles with cultural events and sites like the Ducal Castle and the Old Town, which offers a wide variety of restaurants, shops and bars.
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