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A recent modernisation of this accommodation has produced attractive rooms of a contemporary design, and the location is as central as you could want. Weekend discounts are available.
Housed in an attractive old building fancifully resembling a castle, this hotel offers Bystrzyca Kłodzka’s best lodgings. Rooms are tastefully decorated, and there’s a good restaurant decked out in baronial splendour...
This hostel on a quiet road not far from the Rynek has bags of charm, having been decorated in a deliberately old-fashioned style within a former residential building...
Business-oriented hotel with stylish rooms in a great location not far from the Rynek. Rates drop dramatically at weekends, generally by 20%.
Elegant but affordable accommodation in a renovated apartment building, with tastefully restrained decor, quality fittings and gleaming bathrooms...
Hotel Dwór Polski
You couldn’t ask for more character than this: a restored 16th-century house, complete with idiosyncratic rooms, some original dark-wood fittings and fixtures, and a popular restaurant (enter from Rynek 5). The atmospheric internal courtyard is a plus.
There’s little spectacular about this large hotel 400m west of the train station, but it’s close to transport and occasional special promotions make it even better value. Room prices depend on size, and quality of decoration.
Located on an islet in the Odra, about 300m north of the river along ul Św Jadwigi, this neat hotel has a riverside setting and is set back from a busy road. There’s an attractive rustic-style restaurant serving both Polish and international cuisine.
Hotel Szara Willa
The ‘Grey Villa’ has a crisp modern feel and design elements with an Asian influence. Its rooms are generously sized, with high ceilings, and four rooms in front look on to a large terrace...
The Patio offers pleasant lodgings a short hop from the main square, within two buildings linked by a covered, sunlit courtyard. Rooms are clean and light, sometimes small but with reasonably high ceilings, and there’s a spectacular breakfast spread.
The tastefully decorated rooms of this stunner of a hotel, housed in an 18th-century hilltop villa overlooking the centre of Lower Karpacz, are among the most desirable in town...
Only a Soviet central planner could admire the exterior of this communist-era relic, but the rooms have been renovated and the city centre’s a light stroll away. Amenities include a bar, restaurant and cake shop.
Commanding the best location of Opole’s accommodation, the Piast sits on the northern tip of Pasieka Island, a short trot away from the Old Town. Its rooms are classy and comfortable, and there’s a bar on the premises.
This hotel near the entrance to Auschwitz is the most comfortable and conveniently located accommodation in Oświęcim. Its restaurant serves both Polish and international cuisine, and has a beer garden.
This hotel occupies several outbuildings just past the gateway of the castle complex, with varied standards and facilities. Reception is to the left as you walk up the main path.
Company offering a choice of villas in the Old Town, many of them with a view of the Rynek itself. The fixtures and fittings can be old-fashioned, but the locations are fabulous for the price...
Hotel U Michalika
This hotel is owned and operated by local chef-turned-entrepreneur Stefan Michalika and offers 16 modern and upbeat rooms. The in-house restaurant is very good. Enter from behind the building.
Situated in a fine 18th-century burgher’s house, this appealing set of lodgings is the nicest in Jelenia Góra. Concentrate on the old prints and antiques in the public areas and turn a blind eye to the Pizza Hut downstairs with its separate entrance...
Hotel Przy Oślej Bramie
‘Before the Donkey Gate’ has rooms contained in four pretty little stone buildings to the right before you pass through the gateway to the castle. Just the thing for dyed-in-the-wool romantics.
These apartments provide a spacious modern alternative to hotel rooms, with the bonus of enabling guests to self-cater. They’re located in the middle of town, and the largest apartment can house up to four people.
Located in a lovely villa dating back to 1894, the Sanssouci has comfortable, ample rooms and good service. If you’re feeling lucky, give the wishing well in the garden a go.
A modern turreted affair on a lovely leafy street within easy walking distance of the Old Town, about 500m south of the train station. It’s a smart alternative and offers some big suites with shower or bathtub, and a restaurant.