Cheap Hotels in Wroclaw
Contemporary accommodation and city charm, the Scandic Wroclaw is ideally placed a 10-minute walk from Wroclaw’s old town and market square. The hotel offers state-of-the-art meeting facilities, a modern gym and sauna. Guests can start the day at the breakfast buffet, step out to discover the city, then return for a refreshing drink in the bar, or dine on regional cuisine in the restaurant. Rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi, a hair dryer, minibar and a bathroom with shower or bathtub.
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Hotels in Wroclaw
Now one of Poland's most visited cities, Wroc?aw is noted for its high quality of life and has been inhabited for nearly 2,000 years. This city, which is not far from the German border, is characterised by many charismatic Gothic- and Baroque-style buildings, and is centred on an enormous medieval Market Square.
In fact, the Market Square is one of the largest in Europe, and was established approximately 800 years ago, when Henry I the Bearded approved the founding of a market at this site.
Wherever you travel on the planet, you will certainly never find a church quite like Wroc?aw Cathedral. Featuring Poland's largest pipe organ, this 13th-century cathedral has intriguing Gothic, Baroque and Neogothic influences, and replaced three churches that had existed here.
The Rac?awice Panorama
This outstanding cycloramic painting, which is 114 metres wide, depicts the political turbulence of 19th-century Europe and the late-18th-century Battle of Rac?awice. Although the artwork was politically sensitive during the Communist regime, the painting became a major visitor attraction from the 1980s onwards, and has been visited by the former Queen of the Netherlands, Princess Beatrix.
The Centennial Hall
Designed in 1913, when Wroc?aw was part of the German Empire, the modernist Centennial Hall is one of the city's leading events venue, accommodating up to 11,000 people and frequently hosting music concerts and sports tournaments. The hall is now a coveted UNESCO World Heritage Site in recognition of its historical significance, having been founded to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Leipzig of 1813.
Operating between May and October, the Wroc?aw Fountain is one of the most impressive fountains in all of Europe and was completed in 2009. The site, which surrounds a large ornamental pond and is adjacent to the Centennial Hall, is best viewed at night, when it transforms into a spectacular illuminated display.
Suggestions on where to eat out in Wroc?aw
If you've come all the way to Wroc?aw to enjoy some delicious, authentic Polish cuisine, you could consider dining at the Kurna Chata restaurant, the Polish and Ukrainian-inspired Café & Restaurant Steinhaus, or the Café Konspira. For some mouthwatering Italian-themed food, you can visit Siesta Trattoria, enjoy some wonderful sushi and other Asian dishes at the Sushi Corner, or dine at the Bernard Piwiarnia Restauracja restaurant for other delightful European recipes.
Although there are numerous great Wroc?aw hotels you can choose from, some of the most reputed include the affordable and well-presented Mercure Wroc?aw Centrum hotel, the charismatic Europejski Hotel, and the beautiful Grape Hotel. Other very popular accommodation venues in the city include the arty, elegantly decorated Art Hotel, the very sophisticated Sofitel Wroc?aw Old Town, and chic and contemporary PURO Hotel.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Wroclaw
What are the most booked hotels in Wroclaw?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Wroclaw are Weiser Hotel, Boutique Hotel's and Hotel Piast.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Wroclaw?The lowest price for a double room in Wroclaw is £16.
If I want to stay in the center of Wroclaw, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Wroclaw, you can consider staying at Hotel Mercure Wroclaw Centrum, Qubus Hotel Wroclaw and The Granary - La Suite Hotel.
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