The [poi = 535571] Hotel Le Meridien [/ poi] is one of the most beautiful and majestic hotels in Warsaw; they take care of every detail. For example there are 2 wood and gold-finished elevators with a quote from a writer, musician, thinker or politician in it. Before breakfast you can read and reflect ... a great way to start the day!
If you want a central hostel in Krakow, the City hostel is ideal. It's not on Rynek, but on one of the parallel streets. It's close to the central stations, so if you have to make a connection, it's ideal. The price is very good, the rooms are very clean, and it included breakfast. The only downside is that there is no elevator and the stairs are long with many stories. When I go to Krakow, I don't usually go to this hostel, but the one I normally stay in had no free beds so I stayed at this one and loved it!
In the historic old town of Wroclaw (Wroclaw), in the same Market Square there's a very good place to spend the night for an incredible price, from 8 eur. Shared rooms or bed-tubes (as in Japan) for groups up to 12 people per room. Free coffee and tea 24 hours a day. The reservation can be made via their website.
www.chopperbar.pl Without doubt, this is a true paradise for lovers of motorcycles, Rock and a very good meal. The prices start at 9 EUR a night with breakfast included. It's perfect for Erasmus students. We are in the heart of this ancient city, just 2 minutes from the Market Square and the Fan Zone for the Eurocup. You can make your reservation and at the same website. Remember, if you are in Wroclaw-CHOPPER BAR & GUESTHOUSE, no doubt, it's the best place in this city.
A few years ago I had the great fortune to visit Baltic cities, and one of them was Gdansk - Danzig or -; possibly the city that I liked the most because I love the history of Poland. I only stayed two days in this beautiful city and stayed at the Villa Angela. As always when I travel, I try to spend as little as possible in hotels in order to use money for other things and this case was no exception. Obviously this means I am predisposed to expect squalid, tatty, slumdogs and other adjectives, yet Angela was a pleasant surprise, possibly because it was such a great value. When we got off the bus, the location scared us a little, the outside did not bode well. Conserved poorly, you might think the inside would be awful as well. Not at all. Once we entered the small reception all our fears evaporated, the atmosphere was warm and friendly, the girl at reception treated us with great kindness (also beautiful, which made my partner jealous). She gave us the keys and we went up to the room. We loaded our bags ourselves into a small room in which barely fit a double bed; you certainly can not say that the rooms are large, but at least they smelled clean and were decorated with some taste. We had no balcony, just a window that looked out on a nondescript street, but luckily the views were not only the wall of a another building. Regarding the sink, a small tub, adequate for necessary items for hygiene. I have to say we got to the hotel late at night, after a long journey, so sleep was welcomed. I think I would have even slept on top of a wooden table due to fatigue, but on the second night I could see that the mattress was too soft, but I do not care because I can sleep anywhere. We always ate out, however the breakfast was more than adequate and we could taste both "continental" and Pomeranian specialties, especially excellent cheese whose name escapes me. Anyway, I have no complaints whatsoever about the hotel, the only negative is the area, since to go downtown, you have to take a good bus ride fortunately there is a stop right next to the hotel). In short, a good hotel, nice and cheap.
Don't even think about going to this hostel. The beds are horrid (they're broken), the staff is unfriendly and difficult, don't be fooled by the price. I've traveled around Europe and I've never encountered scummy people like this before. To top it all off, when we were leaving they didn't want to give us back our ID's because they wanted to charge us double... HORRIBLE!
The Bungalow Willa Marta M is in a quiet area of Zakopane, southern Poland and is near Nosal Mountain ski area. There are 11 rooms that are properly equipped to meet the needs of its guests with private bathroom, satellite TV, Internet access and great views of the Tatry mountains. The property has a conference room, sauna, jacuzzi, extensive and beautiful gardens and private parking.
My girlfriend and I spent a week's holiday in Poznan and we stayed in this hostel. The room was long, narrow, fairly modern, clean and had a comfortable bed. The building is in the town center so we had no problems going anywhere in the city. The price included a yummy breakfast. The hostel also has its own restaurant where we went to eat something typical. The staff was very friendly and helped us with some doubts that we had (they speak foreign languages fluently). For those who come to Poznan by car, the hostel has parking which is a bonus because finding somewhere to park in the center can be difficult.
Bonerowski Palace Hotel is a luxury property situated in the medieval market square of Krakow, in the center of the city. It has spacious rooms which are tastefully decorated. All are fully equipped to meet the needs of its guests, with soundproofing, private bathroom, living room with desk and flat screen TV. Among the facilities and services the hotel offers are a fitness center, Turkish bath, sauna, breakfast buffet, meeting rooms and a great restaurant.
Cracowdays hotel is located in Krakow, 700 meters from the Old Town. Rooms feature elegant interiors and an LCD TV with satellite channels, private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. They have access to a fully equipped kitchen. Staff are available 24 hours a day and offer a ticket service and a tour desk. The hotel also offers a shuttle service to the airport. Guests can visit Krakow's main market, Krakowski park and Wawel Castle.