I stayed here for three nights in June on business. I wondered if it would truly be a 4 star and didn't know much about it before visiting other than the tripadvisor reviews which seemed good. It's an excellent hotel. Very well appointed in every respect. Friendly staff, very good food, large rooms (with desk and chair and separate table), and spotless bathroom. I thoroughly recommend it and it is well positioned for the conference centre (Poznan International Fair) which is 5 to 10 minutes away, and the town centre (Old Market Square) which is about 20 minutes walk. Taxis are ridiculously cheap, even from the airport (about £8). The town centre was a surprise on Friday night with offers of tickets to 'dance' clubs in the otherwise quaint old market square - it happened a couple of times and the area was an odd mix of the very old architecture and the very (and not so) new strip clubs. Poland is a varied mixture but great value and well worth a visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Modern, friendly 4 star hotel in the city centre, close to the railway station, the historic part of Poznan and fair grounds, with easy access to the airport. 228 spacious, airconditioned rooms with modern design welcome business and leisure travelers.11 multifunctional airconditioned meeting rooms with modern audiovisual aids are perfect for organising any event. Our restaurant offers dishes featuring new flavours from Polish and international cuisine. After work, you can relax in our fitness centre. ... more less
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