Simple, clean and worth its 3-star rating
Posted Apr 7, 2014
The hotel sits within a converted military barracks, but don't be put off by that. It is easy to find, located close to the centre of town within easy walking distance of the old town and plac Grunwaldzki where coloured terraces of smart apartments and the best restaurants are to be found. The rooms are spacious and clean, and although I personally found the bed uncomfortable, that was more to do with the thin pillows than the bed itself, so the trick is to ask for more than one (pillow). I would have liked my room to have an easy chair rather than two wooden armchairs, but it had a desk and a decent size wardrobe in which to put clothes etc, and a large LG flat-screen TV. My en-suite bathroom was designed for disabled use, so whilst the handles on either side of the lavatory were spooky and uncomfortable, the shower itself was huge with plenty of hot water - the towels were small and hard, but okay. The buffet breakfast was very good, especially the scrambled eggs and selection of meats and cheeses. All-in-all, the hotel was worth its 3-star rating and I would stay there again.