A large group of us stayed at the Royal Hostel last summer with a wedding party. Polish, German, Italian, French, British; every need was catered for by the excellent staff. What was different about this place to other hotels and hostels I've visited were it's inviting qualities, homely feel and a cool and calming base, in the inner-city, from which to explore this interesting and charming part of Poland. The building has a really good atmosphere and the living spaces create a vibrant perspective to spend a few days.
Outside meanwhile the chimes of the tram ring out inviting you out onto the streets. The living room/tv room is central to this settlement. It's a welcoming area where you check in, with lots of daylight and some guides to Wroclaw, tours, Krakow, etc. where I watched the 2010 World Cup Final between Germany and Spain on my final night.
Each room is fitted with ample and clean shower facilities. Comfy single or double beds and windows, while slanted roofs describe the loft setting of this side of the street as you look out on the intriguing stylistic features of local architecture.
Breakfast meanwhile is kept in the fridge and can be collected individually each morning. It's a traditional Polish breakfast (so that includes cold meats, bread, salad, yoghurt and cereal). The self-service kitchen area functions really well and there was always plenty of bread, milk, condiments and cutlery to service lots of guests and aid hangovers.
Beneath the hostel is a 24 hour off licence.
Decor, tranquility, spacious rooms welcome for communal living. Close to the beautiful city square. A great atmosphere and spirit exists within this hostel. Modern colour scheme and layout. Ikea furniture throughout.
The biggest Wroclaw hotels have their own sign system.
-Best Western Prima
-Scandic (former Holiday Inn)
-HP Park Plaza
-Jana Pawla II
-Orbis Wroclaw (Accor)
Driving into Wroclaw can be difficult as you need to take a turn at certain intersections and downtown parking is crowded.
Luckely you make U-turns easily or just make a full circle.
Driving in the old town during daytime is not recommended; it's just too crowded.
This is one of the cheapest version of staying in Wroclaw when you look for a seperate room. It is not that comfortable and modern but it is clean and has affordable rates. In fact, it recalls communist erea but it may be an additional adventage to stay in it and feel the attmosphere of the place.:)
There are special lower prices for student with vaild ID student card (also international). There are rooms with toilets or you may stay in a room with shared bathroom. But even in rooms with shared bathrooms there is always a sink with running water, just to brush teeth or so.;)
I stayed three nights in this budget style accommodation. It occupies a 5 storey building with quite a few rooms. All rooms have their own wash basin, but shared toilets and showers on every floor.
The accomodation is clean and staff is very friendly. I payed 55 Zloty (2006) for a single room which even had a big fridge. Breakfast is not included, but there is a big PLUS Supermarket in the neighbourhood. You can buy tickets for the public transportation at the reception.
We spent three night in a house 4 kms far from the centre of Wroc³aw. The owners lived in the same house. This was not a problem for us, but we were a little upset because they never spoke to us, although they knew I could speak some Polish and they spoke English, too.
The house is beautiful and comfortable. It had a garden with trees and was located far from traffic. However, it was far from the centre, which may be a problem if you want to stay in Wroc³aw for a long time to visit it carefully. There is a bus stop close to the house but I don't know how regular the service is. I suppose that few buses stop there.
There are 75 double and single rooms and 14 rooms for 3 persons. In every room there is a bathroom, telephone and a radio.
In the hotel restaurant, where can sit as many as 100 people, you can choose from a variety of traditional Polish dishes.
The hotel guest may have their cars on the hotel parking lot.
the service is professional and the prices are reasonable.
Of course, I haven't stayed there, but they are really close to the centre and seem not bad to me. The best asset except for the their localization is the price per night. Because they all cost less than 15 dollars - the cost of a single room. Recently I've been looking for accommodation for one of the vt-eers, so if I get any feedback I'll also place it here.
And these are the sites where you can find information. There are also e-mails provided so you can even book the rooms yourself.
Unfortunately 2 of the sites are available only in Polish, but I guess, you can figure out the most important info, as there are some charts with prices and even some photos. In case you need to know something specific, you can directly contact the staff using the e-mail provided.
this last one is in English:
Possibly, if I manage, I'll take some pictures of the hostels soon.
not a very posh place but enough to stay in for a couple of nights
Situated just opposite Wroclaw Glowny train station and about 15 minutes walk from the Rynek, the Piast offers very reasonably priced, convenient accommodation. The hotel can be a bit noisy, being at a busy road junction, but the staff are friendly and helpful and if you have a lot of luggage, it's proximity to the bus and train stations is ideal. There is no restaurant so it's room only.
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Very nice and modern hotel right in the old town, a stone-throw from the Rynek, which is really a plus. It also has a nice restaurant in an arcade on the premises
People speak great english - which isn't always the case in Poland. There's also a haidresser and travel agent inside the hotel
The Dorint hotel opened in Sept. 2001 and its two steps away from the town square.
It's a 4 star hotel with nice rooms, great breakfast buffet, restaurant, bar and a nice wellness area with sauna, jacuzzi steambath and relax area.
The HI youth hostel on Wroclaw is about two minutes walk from the station, on ul. Hugova Kollatja 20. There is a 10pm curfew and the woman who runs it is a little crazy and speaks no english, but the rooms are great. It seemed more like a cheap hotel than your average hostel, although the two-bedded rooms (which is where we were put, rather than chosen) were about 6 floors up... heavy going with backpacks after a long day. However, the place is immaculate with a spotless bathroom and comfortable beds.
approx. 7 english pounds/ 35 zloty
Very clean... and ermmm... well, a lot of pine furniture if you go for that kind of thing! The price is as you would expect in poland for a two bedded room, about £7(35 zloty)
Home stay with a family or with friends.
When you stay with the residents of a country you actually get to see a taste of real life. If you are lucky you will get to sample dishes such as: barszcz, bigos and flaki. Be warned though, that some Polish people are still trying to come to terms with vegetarianism. For my friend, they insisted on picking out the meat and then serving the soup!
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