I went to Poland to see Eric Clapton who was playing is Auschwitz (Oscwiecim) and booked this at the last moment based on reviews on Trip Advisor. I'm really glad I did so. Although it's a little way outside town, it's no trouble to get into the centre within 10 mins. This is an ex Monastery and there are plenty of reminders that this is so with a chapel, picture gallery of religious artifacts and regular sightings of priests in the hotel. Saying that, at no time was religion hoisted on me, for which I'm glad. The reception is small but staffed by the most helpful young guys and girls, who did their upmost to help me with routes, directions and general information. The hallways leading up to the rooms are spotless and the the rooms themselves, although not large, are more than adequete. I was travelling alone so my room had twin single beds-I wonder if all the other rooms did as well? The bed was firm-could have been a bit thicker and supportive but no real quibble. There was a desk and bottled water was supplied every day-although there was no fridge-a thing I think they should look into. The shower was magnificent and all in all I thought it was great value. Breakfasts were typical buffet but had a very large range of things from cereals to herring to ham,plus various breads etc - all great European fare. This is a quiet family hotel and overall this was a lovely place to stay at (with very nice gardens, BTW) and I'd certainly use it again.
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