Highly recommend this hotel, does what it says on the tin, pictures match the situation on arrival. 5 min walk into center. nice little bar next door.Doughnut shop down the road was fantastic.Kebab shop over the road for a late night snack to soak up the top polish beer was another great find.
Spotlessly clean. Room, although not big, is cozy and has large bathroom. Wooden decorations give warm feel. Trams start running really early just in front of the building. Bed a bit too soft, but it may be pretty personal.
Although the hotel doesn't have a fancy facade, but it is quite different from the inside.Perfectly located in a relatively calm area, it is close to shops, markets, with about 5 minutes walk from city center. All main attractions are around this hotel, even night life.
Staff were very courteous, helpful and polite.Wifi available free.Rooms were perfectly sized, clean, furnished with old wood furniture, very nice idea when we are getting used to modern furniture these days...
Toilet is very clean, equipped with all what is needed.
Breakfast is very nice as well, served in a kind of renewed world war 2 underground bunker (which is fantastic). Variety of food, quality as well, were magnificent.
1 night in Wroclaw on our way from Berlin to Krakow. Very affordable, located in the centre of everything. Staff very nice (no reception at night after 10). Small room no air conditioning and a very noisy street. Excellent bed. Very good value for the money.
Staff is friendly, room was clean and neat. It is noisy if you are on the front, but we got use to it. Adequate breakfast, friendly staff. A good location, about 5 to 8 minutes from city center. It's in a block that is not as developed as others, but didn't worry about walking around at night.
Good place to stay near the old town and Wroclaw's party area. This is rather a hotel, each room has a bathroom with towels (but no hairdryer, shower gel). The room was tidy and nice, the bed was realitely big :) It's perfect for few days stay.
The room was huge and although facing the street the noise didn't bother us at all.It is walking distance from the main square and the main attractions. We used the parking that is slightly away from the property, but not much more than 6 minutes walk.
As a party of 8, we stayed at the hostel "I tend to call it more of a hotel than an hostel" people have to remember it`s a hostel and towels changed every 2 days.
The staff were very friendly and so helpful, rooms basic but clean a good place to shower and put your head down at night,we travel to different places every January, and I have to say this place is one of the best.Coming out of the front door and to the right there is the cafe/pub called the Stalbrat, Aga and David were so helpful in arranging one of our parties 50th birthday bash with putting on a buffet and getting the cake, all for a small price, we had some fabulous nights there, we called it our local.The city itself although not well known, is a lovely place to visit with some beautiful churches, and surrounding places to visit, also lovely in the summer too we were informed.
Excellent value for money.