The hotel looks like something from the old Soviet Union, but it's fine inside -- providing you ask for a room on the second or third floor.
Stayed there twice during Euro 2012. First stay was great. Third floor room, recently updated with wall-mounted plasma, desk, free wifi, black-out curtains and new bathroom.
Second stay was slightly different. Eighth floor room, decor from 1975 and curtains that wouldn't go the whole way across my east-facing window.
Asked to change rooms and did so on the second day. Staff were excellent, however, and really keen to help.
Ten minutes from centre of Poznan, food good in the restaurant, so a decent base for a one or two night stay.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking