My last visit to Poznan was five years ago. Many things have changed, and for the better. I suspect that the selection of Poznan's Stadion Miejski as one of the venues for the UEFA Cup 2012 (Lech Poznan's stadium) helped. There are certainly more decent hotels to choose from. I know NH Hotels from previous experience. The one in Poznan is of the same standard as those found elsewhere. I like Spanish owned hotels. They can usually be counted on as have well trained staff and having a good standard of comfort. This was the case at the NH Hotel in Poznan. The staff were professional and very helpful. All spoke good English. The hotel is located only around 10 minutes walk away from the Stary Rynok (old market) in the old city centre - lots of restaurants, cafes and bars.
Like all good chain hotels you do not get a surprise at the decor and size and style of the rooms. Do not expect something essentially Polish. My bedroom could well have been at an NH Hotel in Madrid or Barcelona. It was nice a quiet. Most rooms do not face onto the street. There were all the necessary bits and pieces you expect to find in a decent hotel, TV, safe etc.TV channels include Polish, Russian, German, French, Italian and CNN but not BBC, which I thought odd.The interior fittings are what one would expect in a three/four star hotel. An iron and ironing board are available on request, I can't say that I am a great fan of NH Hotel beds, though. Beds are the one thing in need of improvement. Perhaps I am rather fussy about beds. One small thing I always like about this chain is the soap and shower gell - orange. I smells wonderfully, I wish it were possible to buy the stuff. The brightly coloured soap smells good enough to eat.
Breakfasts are very good. There is an English style buffet of eggs, bacon, sausages etc or you can avoid all this cholesterol with the extensive continental style selection.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The NH Poznan hotel is a 100-year-old building in the city's shopping district, making it an excellent base for exploring Poznan's cultural highlights. The location's also great for those here on business - the Poznan International Fair, the train station and the famous Old Market are all within easy walking distance. The hotel building might be historic, but inside you'll find bright, contemporary style. We have 93 stylish guestrooms, which are decorated in natural shades. Rooms come with queen or twin beds, as well as Wi-Fi and satellite TV. The hotel has a stylish restaurant serving a menu of modern European food. You're also welcome to have a drink in our cozy bar. Meanwhile, if you want to exercise, you can visit our basement gym. Down here there's also a wellness area with a Turkish bath and a Finnish sauna. Massages are available, too at Antonina Royal Spa. Our 6 meeting rooms hold between 15 and 120 people. Three of them have natural daylight, and all are geared up for hosting parties and presentations, as well as meetings. We're happy to provide equipment like screens and projectors, along with drinks, meals and snacks. And if you need extras like translators and airport transfers, we can arrange those, too. You are always welcome! ... more less
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