Filled with 19th-20th century townhouses and several leafy parks, Łazarz has a distinct community feel with an undercurrent grungy vibe. Though it might at first feel largely residential, the district is home to many of Poznań’s attractions, including the famed International Fair grounds, the Palm House, a commie-tastic and highly instagrammable sporting arena (Hala Arena), and refurbished light cavalry barracks (City Park complex) now housing an assortment of top-notch restaurants.
An oasis of opulence and class, the City Park Residence offers luxury accommodation in a low-level fin de siècle building, whose exterior makes use of sandblasted brickwork and plenty of glass. Rooms are nothing less than the final word in designer li
Quite fancy and indeed quite modern, Hotel Moderno rooms come in four types: classic (20 sq.m), business (25 sq.m), studio (34 sq.m), and apartment (59 sq.m). All are equipped with 40-inch smart TVs, large and luxurious bathrooms, double-mattress beds, a
Platinum Palace Residence
ul. Reymonta 19 (entrance from ul. Wyspiańskiego) (Grunwald)
Though the unfortunate name sounds like a place of ill-repute, the Platinum Palace is actually a stylish Poznań hotel devoted to high-end design – with not a stitch of platinum anywhere. Instead, this clean, white boutique hotel offers 39 rooms with a