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Poznań Hotels, Hostels, Apartments

Visitors to Poznań will be pleasantly surprised to find that the city is home to some of the most impressive hotel properties in the country. Poznań’s role as Poland’s epicentre for conferences and fairs has clearly benefited those who like plush accommodations and modern conveniences like flat screen televisions and lightning-fast Wi-Fi to come standard. On the flip side, those major conferences can cause prices to shoot up when space is in demand (rates tend to double during the annual MTP, Polagra, Budma and Infosystem fairs). Fortunately most hotels compensate by offering impressive weekend discounts to encourage travellers to stick around and explore the city. With the increasing irrelevance of official rack rates these days due to these special offers, online booking discounts and other price variations, we no longer find it particularly instructive to list room prices in our guide. Case in point, anyone who uses the Hotel Calculator function on our website – poznan.inyourpocket.com – will find a better rate than the official prices we once printed; as such, we encourage you to do just that and you can thank us later.

Accommodation is categorised here subjectively based on a combination of lodging type, location, price and amenities. In our print guide we only list those lodgings that we most recommend to tourists; you'll find many more on our website.

Here are some recommendations depending on what you're looking for:


Splurge:

You’ll struggle to find a more remarkable hotel in Poland than Blow Up Hall 50 50, which has to count as Europe’s most hi-tech art hotel. It truly is a unique experience. For more conventional luxury book into the ever-reliable Sheraton, or make a note to check out the high-rise IBB Andersia.


Couples:

Located close to the square you’ll find the pretty Garden Boutique Hotel, which has that personal touch and a romantic feel. Newcomer Hotel Kolegiacki mixes old-world charm with modern upgrades (soaking tubs!) that couples will appreciate. I If you want to relax centrally try the NH, which on top of a smart modern feel, has a great location and newly opened spa and body treatment salon in-house.


Families:

Sometimes it’s easier to have a place to yourself in which case consider going self catering and renting an apartment – Don Prestige offer the classiest deal of the lot and are right in the centre. Closer to the train station is newcomer Glam House, which has smart kitchenettes and accommodations for the tots. For those looking for proximity to all Lake Malta’s recreational opportunities you can stay just a stone’s throw from the lake at the upscale HP Park.


Lads:

If there’s a group of you then try the Novotel Poznan Centrum or the Mercure. Both offer modern comforts, high standards and plenty of rooms. The Sheraton never disappoints and the in-house Someplace Else bar and restaurant means you’ve got a ready-made base right on your doorstop and staff who know what service means.

Budget:

There’s now a load of hostels to choose from, and one of our favourites is the unique Melody Hostel, which designates each of its rooms with a different musical theme (“disco” is wild, while “opera” is quite soothing). The staff is helpful and the location is ideal, just off the market square. The futuristic Fusion also sets the bar high for hostels with a colourful design and central location that’s a level above your typical student-laden environment.

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