"Nice centrally located hotel with friendly staff"
The location of the hotel is very central, adjacent to the many squares of Wrocslav which are all within easy walking distance. The view from our bedroom window was onto an internal atrium area and directly opposite office windows, however this was pretty much the only downside and did not detract from the high standard of the hotel. The only meal we took in the hotel was breakfast which was of a very high standard and set us up for the day.
"Very clean and modern hotel close main train stati"
Its a very nice hotel and fantastic value for money. Very clean and has a kitchenette area within the room. Very good if you have kids. Better than alot of the 4 star hotel i have stayed in within the UK.
Hotel itself and stuff are pretty nice. Very nice fitness room, wonderful mattress and clean room, cool TV with youtube. The only problem I had is communication before arrival. To get visa to Poland I needed signed and stamped confirmation of booking from hotel. And this was very hard to get. I spend about two hours, negotiating, begging, crying and asking for this paper. And the answer were "Not". Only when I asked for refund the paper where send.
The hotel was booked for a short leisure break with my teenage daughter.
The hotel was centrally located for everything, was a good price and had everything we needed...I didn't book breakfast given previous reviews but I was given a discount on arrival and my daughter was free....so I took the plunge and it was ok! but I could see where other reviewers were coming from. For two of the days it was a central European menu but a party of Americans arrived and there was a cooked breakfast which contained bacon!
The hotel was good in arranging an early morning call and taxi to the airport.Much to my daughters annoyance the hotel had only one plug adapter for the whole hotel which was 'out' for the duration of our stay....we were invited to purchase one form the boutique/shop but that was 5 times the price in the nearby shop.
That aside it was a good choice and would stay here again.
Wroclaw is one of western Poland's major cities, both in size and historical significance. Start in Market Square for great people-watching, and then walk across Tumski Bridge for a glimpse at the impressive Wroclaw Cathedral. Centennial Hall's architecture made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After visiting, check out the adjacent park and visit its serene Japanese Garden.
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