Orbis Hotel Wroclaw

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

St Powstancow Slaskich 7, Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Western Poland, 53-332, Poland
Hotel Orbis Wroclaw
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
19%
11
Very Good
38%
22
Average
24%
14
Poor
15%
9
Terrible
1%
1

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples52
  • Solo78
  • Business43

More about Orbis Hotel Wroclaw

Follow the signs

by pieter_jan_v about Wroclaw hotels

The biggest Wroclaw hotels have their own sign system.

Hotel listing:
-Art Hotel
-Best Western Prima
-Campanile
-Duet
-Gem
-Scandic (former Holiday Inn)
-Hotel System
-HP Park Plaza
-Jana Pawla II
-Jester
-Mercure (Accor)
-Monopole
-Motel Orbis
-Novotel
-Orbis Wroclaw (Accor)
-Patio
-Polonia
-Qubus Hotel
-Radisson SAS
-Sofitel
-Tumski
-Wieniawa (WAM)
-WKS Slask

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.

Photos

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Rynek - WroclawRynek - Wroclaw

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Sculpture in front of Wroclaw CathedralSculpture in front of Wroclaw Cathedral

Forum Posts

Wroclaw or Gdansk

by schmechi

I am planning to visit Poland during the UEFA Euro 2012 and Warsaw seems to be a must-see (and also a necessity due to flight connections), but I wonder, which second host city I should visit...

I did some online research and Gdansk as well as Wroclaw are offering a lot. Which of these cities you'd recommend? I've to add, that I am also intrested in "classical" sights (like buildings and monuments) and in history... Additionally party matters, but I suppose, that during the EURO there won't be huge differences between the host cities...

Re: Wroclaw or Gdansk

by IndianPacific

Well, most of the "old" buildings you'll see in Gdansk have been rebuilt. They're all from after 1945 (like the "old town" in Warszaw). Gdansk was rubble stones after WWII.

Re: Wroclaw or Gdansk

by HORSCHECK

Hello,

I have been to quite a few cities in Poland, including Warsaw, Wroclaw and Gdansk and I must say that Gdansk is probably one of my favourite cities in Poland

Not only because of its location at the Baltic sea, but also because of its wide range of sights from things relating to the Solidarnosc movement (Gdansk Shipyard) to things relating to the beginning of WWII (Westerplatte).

Also Gdansk is a perfect place for some side trips to e.g. Sopot, Gdynia, the Hel Peninsula or Malbork. All this can be done by public transport.

If you are interested, please have a look at my VT pages about these cities. If you have any specific questions feel free to contact me.

I hope this helps,
HORSCHECK

Re: Wroclaw or Gdansk

by casey128

while wroclaw is quite spectacular, i have to agree with the previous poster....the architecture is quite spectacular in gdansk and alot of side trips....you also have the nearby sea which gives it the xtra demension....then of course you have history....solidarity and the outbreak of ww2 all started there...go there and i doubt you will be dissapointed

Re: Wroclaw or Gdansk

by sihi

Hi!

Both are beautiful cities Gdansk and Wroclaw.

Wroclaw is a city on islands, there are more then 100 bridges!!! You can do trips to Ksiaz castle, Karkonosze mountains etc. So I recomend Wroclaw:)

Re: Wroclaw or Gdansk

by kvitrafn

hallo schmechi
I'm Polish myself and if you asked me I'd personally prefer to go to Wroclaw...
Beautiful city, architecture etc.
But from your point of view it's hard to say...
Gdansk = seaside, beaches and so on. You're from Austria, right? If You wanna enjoy the sea Gdansk would be a better choice... more over... there is a better railway connection between Warsaw and Gdansk, than Warsaw and Wroclaw, which is horrible...
You can get to Warsaw from Vienna easly with a train or plane [Austrian, LOT, Lufthansa].
I personally dont like Gdansk, it's dirty and dilapidated, but if you won't mind it, You'll have a good fun there.
If any questions pls mail me adrian920626@wp.pl

gruss

Travel Tips for Wroclaw

Wroclaw by night

by HORSCHECK

Wroclaw by night is well worth seeing, as most churches and historic buildings in the Old Town (Stare Miasto) are beautifully illuminated.
So don't miss a night stroll across the Market Square (Rynek) and the surounding streets. Also the churches on Ostrow Tumski are a great panorama at night when seen from the left bank of the river Odra.

Wroclaw customs

by Natalllya

A few things that I noticed.

Smoking - most people do not smoke on the street. If you want to have a smoke, sit down on a park bench or take a seat on a patio.

Tipping - Do not say thank you after you hand the waitress/waiter money, you will not receive anything back. Simply tell them how much you would like back. Never leave money on the table and walk away.

Washrooms - Be prepared to pay 1 ZL for most bathrooms (CDN $0.38, USD $0.30). This doesn't mean that there will be toilet paper, so keep tissues with you when you're going on the town or on a longer trip.

Berlin !...

by coceng

Yes, why not go to Berlin for a day trip when you are in Wroclaw ? It's just about 5 to 6 hours away.
If you couldn't get the train to Berlin from Wroclaw, especially during the weekends, then go to Legnica first; & take the night train from there.
Other international destinations include :
Budapest
Dresden
Frankfurt/Main
Kiev
Prague.
I chose Berlin, your choice ?MY BERLIN PAGE

I have never been to any but...

by Franek

I have never been to any but am sure they are great. If you're a guy there is lots of hot chicks around anytime, if you're a girl, I like to think that I am most handsome there, when I am there. If you are a hot booty, dress sexy, If you are not, stay at home and become a hot booty, once you've decide you are a hot booty, go out and celebrate.

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Address: St Powstancow Slaskich 7, Lower Silesia, Wroclaw, Western Poland, 53-332, Poland