Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
3.6 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Agréable et traditionnelPosted Jan 9, 2012
Tres bien situé, excellent petit déjeuner, charme désuet.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom United Kingdom
Character, Charm and ConveniencePosted Nov 25, 2011
Location: Try Kazirmierz for bars and nightlife
The Polonia was built (or rebuilt) in 1917 and the tall, panelled room doors still bear the original 'Jugendstil' brass numbers. This is a taste of old Europe; immaculate crested linen, formal corridors and old tiled stoves still in place. Despite its busy central location just 100m from the rail station and on the main tram routes, my second floor room was quiet with no traffic or street noise, space was generous and service punctilious. Just across the street is the Planty Park and the Old City; everything within easy walking distance. Overall, an excellent experience.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom 東京、日本
立地が申し分ない。古き良きホテル。Posted Oct 2, 2011
ずいぶん古くからあるであろう趣のあるホテル。 目の前にトラムが通るたび揺れましたが、気にならず、立地はとても良い。また泊まると思います。 いろんなものが古いが清潔感あふれる感じでした。
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom Falls Church, VA (Washington, DC area)
I promiss to return next year.Posted May 26, 2011
The best part is their breakfest . "All you can eat", big choice of foods plus excellent service.
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom New York, NY
Excellent Location, Pleasant Staff, But Could Use Some Cosmetic UpdatesPosted Dec 2, 2009
The hotel's primary asset is location - it is right next to the main train station and a major mall, plus it is right on the outskirts of Planty, the park that outlines the edge of the Old Town. Getting to the center of Old Town takes approximately 5 minutes. The hotel is close to many tram lines and other major transportation hubs, yet I found that the nighttime noise level was completely reasonable. Rooms are large, with high ceilings. Furnishings, however, are a bit outdated. The bed was also somewhat uncomfortable, since King beds are not typical in Poland and it was essentially two double beds pushed up together, which came apart easily. The historic building has great bones, though, and some cosmetic updates to this hotel would make it stellar. Large hallways, grand staircase. Breakfast is fairly basic. Computer with internet access is available in the lobby. All in all, depending on the seasonal price variations, I would definitely stay here again on account of its excellent location and perfectly decent accommodations. This hotel has the potential to be a real beauty if they spruce it up!