This hotel is neither located spanking right in the CBD or carries an internationally-recognized brand, but a mix of features and competitive pricing makes it a great choice. I was there for both a fair and some business literally around town and found it an extremely convenient location AND a very nice hotel.
* It is quite far away to the Fairgrounds or the City Centre amenities, but the location by the beautiful Malta Lake a bit away from the road and next to a golf course makes waking up refreshing and helps forget for a while that you're there for business
* Even in heavy traffic, a taxi took me to the hotel from the Fairgrounds in some 15 minutes (should be same for adjacent train station)
* Very good connection to the motorway, so that you can bypass the busy city centre when you want to go around town
* Perhaps the journey might be longer if you're arriving by air, but then you can catch a glimpse of Poznań by night/day from the taxi :D
* A huge shopping centre just 5 minutes away (by car/taxi)
* Probably totally not advisable if you intend to go around on foot / using public transportation
* A two-storey building inwhat I would describe as vaguely resembling country club style
* Outfittings are a mixed bag, but fortunately the shared areas are the less impressive ones (though not awfully bad or anything, just a bit dated and uncoordinated)
* Seems well-kept and comfortable, as well as popular with guests
* Very nicely appointed, a great example of how you can make an impressive room with a limited budget.
* No problems with Internet at all, though in fairness my room was quite close to the front desk area
* Not quite spacious, especially in the bathroom, but very cleverly laid out.
* Beds comfortable and large enough to work in without much hassle (and I've had a twin!)
* Very nice desk and chair, good to work at too
* Bathroom, as I said, small, but with large mirrors, a bath/shower (IMHO fitted backwards - shower should be on the wider side - but still OK to use), hair dryer doesn't quite impress but I managed not to look as if I've just survived a plane crash or had a row with my hairdresser
* Major letdown 1 - but then we're in the European capital of thriftness - toiletries consisted of containers with some detergent mounted on the shower stall and next to the washbasin (not something you'd expect from a three-star establishment), but then my room was equipped with FOUR needle-and-thread kits!
* Major letdown 2 - zero ventillation in the bathroom. No way you can use the mirror after taking a shower, takes 15 minutes and an open window to de-fog
* Coffee/tea corner very well supplied, was a saving grace when I worked late at night
* Even ground-floor, "garden" (read: parking) view rooms aren't that bad, I've slept with my window open and there was nary a noise that would disturb me. Take a lake-view room for great vistas.
* Didn't have much interaction, but apart from the fact that I've had trouble getting hold of reservations on the phone prior to arriving (there was a major fair underway, so no wonder), it was all smooth and efficient
* The lady who checked me out could smile a bit, but on balance the night shift at the reception was very helpful, cheerful and professional
* Room was very clean, absolutely nothing to complain about
* Only had breakfast, but choices were AMPLE and delicious, plus staff very efficient. I only want breakfasts like that!
* The view from the restaurant and its terrace onto the lake is great, for a moment you can forget where you are and just enjoy over the, once again, delicious breakfast :D
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