Lonely Planet review
This hotel doesn’t make much effort to live up to its prestigious position on the Rynek – inside its rooms, you’ll find fairly basic furnishings. But the price is right, and the rooms and the cafe look out onto the square. Enter via the kebab shop downstairs.
Our independent authors have visited City Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Gniezno.
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