We stayed in a nice apartment on 3rd floor. It was very spacious and well equipped.
Staff very helpful (especially at the restaurant and cleaners - lovely people).
I strongly believe it's the best place to stay in Kolobrzeg. I'm definitely coming back next year with friends from London. The only negative thing is limited and expensive underground car park (40zl per day), but there's a big (and cheap) car park opposite the hotel.
The hotel is popular among elderly Germans, so don't expect lively music in Sand Club, but you can always go to nice club in Aquarius Hotel, which is nearby (same street).
Gosia from London, UK
If you are going to the seaside, the unique four star SAND HOTEL SPA in Kolobrzeg is your best choice.A swimming pool …More
the kindness and professionalism of the staff, very good breakfast, very spacious and comfortable room, convenient transport to the city center, free Wi-Fi, parking included in the price, excellent cuisine, I recommend
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"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.
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