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The large Tarnovia, near the bus and train stations, is a holdover from the communist era but offers good value for a place still so close to the centre...
This attractive brick-red Victorian townhouse, hard by the bus and train stations, now counts 14 cosy rooms, all sparklingly modern, with polished wood floors and big bathrooms. The in-house restaurant is pretty stylish.
Located in the castle’s southern wing, the 15-room Castle Hotel is quite simple; rooms with a private bathroom are at the top end of the price scale. The hotel’s restaurant across the small courtyard has acceptable food at reasonable prices.
The 37-room Polonia has been revamped and is just fine for what you’ll pay (though its location just opposite the train station is not the most picturesque).
Centrum Promocji Zdrowia Sanvit
Clean, reasonably priced and central, just west of the Rynek, the Sanvit is our top choice in Sanok. The 31 rooms are bright and modern, with shiny bathrooms. There’s a restaurant and cafe, as well as a wellness centre with sauna, gym and a salt cave.
Hotel Merkury Tatarscy
Right in the centre of town, the Merkury has 18 spotless and comfortable rooms in two separate buildings. It’s an easy walk up the hill to the church and monastery.
Located a little over 1km southeast of the city centre on the opposite side of the Wisłok River, the President is a contemporary 56-room hotel geared towards business travellers...
Housed in a renovated old building facing the attractive neoclassical train station (1895), this comfortable place has 29 bright rooms with high ceilings and modern bathrooms.
This huge hotel and spa complex, on a hill more or less opposite Szewczyk Travel, has 103 unadorned though spotless rooms in four separate buildings. The list of spa treatments goes on forever...
This central ‘holiday centre’, 300m up from the river, is one of the cheapest places in town. Rooms are fairly plain but they’re clean; some have balconies and there are fabulous views.
This half-timbered hotel dating back to 1874 has had a makeover and is the nicest place in town if you want something on a human scale. The interior décor is a little too standard-issue international, but the 27 rooms are large and airy...
Hotel U Jana
This all-suite hotel is the classiest and most central place to stay in the Old Town, conveniently located on the Rynek. The 10 apartments have decent artwork on the walls, the beds are huge and the bathrooms up to date. Breakfast is 15zł extra.
Built in 1894 but thoroughly up to date, this striking timber hotel has a superb location overlooking the picturesque pedestrian thoroughfare. The hotel offers 51 cosy, attic-style rooms, and there’s a sauna, solarium and swimming pool...
Hotel Pod Białym Orłem
Located about 1km west of the Old Town, the ‘Under the White Eagle’ is an affordable option with 16 spotless rooms with private facilities and a nice (though small) garden.
This is another entry in the ‘good value for money’ category...
Hotel Pod Dębem
The ‘Inn under the Oak’ is a spotless modern motel some 2km east of town on the road to Rzeszów. Its 29 rooms are cheerful and fresh-looking and there’s a decent restaurant on site. Breakfast is 11zł extra.
Hotel Krosno Nafta
The city’s top-end accommodation option, this modern hotel, a little over 1km southeast of the centre on the Sanok road, offers 41 comfortable rooms and its own upmarket restaurant. Prices drop by 30% at the weekend.
The 19-room Jagielloński, with distinctive wooden furniture, parquetry floors and a very good restaurant, is excellent value. Rooms are spacious and have full facilities.
This austere 81-room hotel offers decent facilities and standards. It’s 300m due north of the train station, but a brisk 20-minute hike to the Rynek. Discount rates of 120/140zł for singles/doubles apply at the weekend.
Hotel Pod Ratuszem
This modern, perfectly central hotel is not the fanciest place in town but might just represent the best value, given the excellent location just off the Rynek. One drawback if you’re bringing a car is the lack of convenient parking spaces around.
The ‘Black Stream’, set upon a pretty brook amid lovely gardens, is a 36-room pension-like hostelry along a quiet street just south of the pedestrian mall. It has a great fitness centre with two saunas.
Rzeszów’s first and (so far) only boutique hotel is a delightful 13-room hostelry artfully fitted into an 18th-century townhouse on the Rynek...