Wroclaw Hotels and Accommodation

(Wroclaw, Silesia, Poland)



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Lodging options along the banks of the Odra RiverLocating yourself some cheap accommodation or lodging in Wroclaw is rarely a problem and there are plenty of good hotels to be found within the station district, along streets such as the Ulica Pilsudskiego. Wroclaw's railway station often features posters advertising seasonal and private accommodation, although the Tourist Office and the various travel agencies around the Rynek will also be able to assist in finding hotels for those who choose not to book ahead.

Those looking for budget accommodation in Wroclaw should first check what the price includes, since many hotels in this category will not provide breakfast and the guest rooms may feature shared bathrooms. The mid-range category of hotels in Wroclaw is a little disappointing, due to the lack of good, reasonably priced accommodation situated within the city centre itself.


Picture of the cityscape

Where to Stay

Mid-range hotels that are situated within central Wroclaw soon become full and so you may find yourself looking outside of this area and staying further away than you'd initially intended.

Otherwise, it may be necessary to pay a little more, since the selection of accommodation within the top-end bracket is enormous and offers the biggest choice in Poland outside of Warsaw itself.

Luxury accommodation in Wroclaw comprises an array of familiar international chains, with many being clustered around St. Elizabeth's Church, close to the Rynek (Old Market Square).

Another photo of the cityscapeThere is also a wide selection of good hotels to be found along the Ulica Garbary, Ulica Kazimierza Wielkiego, Ulica Kielbasnicza, and the Ulica Sucha.

Particularly popular accommodation in Wroclaw includes the Hotel Savoy on the Plac Kosciuszki, the extremely modern Hotel Dorint on the Ulica Sw Mikolaja, and the Monopol on the Ulica Modrzejewskiej, which is actually the city's oldest hotel and was a favourite of Hitler during his German occupation.