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Rezydencja Solei B&B
ul. Szewska 2
Squirrelled away just beyond Old Town Square, Solei presents compact, recently refreshed rooms decorated with floral patterns, IKEA water...
ul. Rybaki 36
Prim rooms fully deserving the three stars they have been granted. All come with ensuite bathrooms and internet access, and given the old town...
ul. Lutycka 31 (Jeżyce)
With its vertical ‘HOTEL’ sign and roadside location, Astra looks like it could easily be a motel in Nowhereville, USA on first...
ul. Św. Wawrzyńca 96
The Poznań Campanile is everything we’ve come to expect from such a good value chain: high-standard, modern rooms furnished with a...
ul. Wyspiańskiego 29 (Grunwald)
Dorrian catches the eye (literally) with pleasantly modern rooms, impeccable service and some shocking colours. They've got a captive audience...
ul. Czeremchowa 26 (Dębiec)
Essentially decent rooms decorated with lurid yellow colour schemes that bring to mind a field of sick daffodils. Housed inside a modern, suburban...
ul. Gajowa 12
Absolutely typical of the mid-bracket hotels found across Poland. Pleasant rooms come decorated with blue carpets and oil paintings, while bathrooms...
Garden Boutique Residence
ul. Wroniecka 24
If you’re bored of chain brands and their flat-line character, then book a room here - a petite, high-impact venue which really has given...
ul. Babimojska 7 (Grunwald)
A large, ugly block conceals dull, unimaginative accommodation. But while Gromada won’t win points for beauty it’s clean, cheap and only...
ul. Spławie 43 (Nowe Miasto)
From the outside this stark, sand-coloured block appears quite forbidding, and the neon hotel sign adds to an eerie look that David Lynch would love....
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