Best hotels and hostels in Łódź

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    Vienna House Andel's Łódź

    Part of the red-brick 19th-century Manufaktura factory complex, this postmodern palace easily qualifies as Łódź' poshest hotel. The sleek lobby wows on entry, as do the curvy designer chairs. Rooms are contemporary, with stylish bathrooms containing big tubs. There are on-site restaurants and a pool. Many Łódź highlights are just a short walk away.

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    Tobaco Hotel

    Channeling Łódź' industrial heritage, this former two-storey cigarette factory juxtaposes bare red brick and patches of concrete with bold modern lines and designer colour schemes. Rooms are neat and functional rather than luxurious, and guests have use of a fitness room and terrace. Piotrkowska is a mere 10 minutes away by tram.

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    Grand Hotel

    If you enjoyed The Grand Budapest Hotel movie, this local landmark is the place for you. Established in 1888, this once-opulent hotel has been undergoing a (very) gradual renovation since 2010. The lobby and corridors exude a faded grandeur, and the extravagant former ballroom is a wonder to behold. Bedrooms, while comfortable, are undistinguished. Some elevators may not work.

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    A restaurant with rooms mixing old and new in a beautiful villa dating from 1925. Staff greet you dressed in 1920s outfits and lead you up dark-wood stairs (no lift) to immaculate rooms with period furniture, brass bedsteads and thoroughly modern bathrooms. Downstairs is a good restaurant and attached garden. With only six rooms, it's best to book ahead.

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    Hotel ibis Łódź Centrum

    This modern, six-storey chain hotel has a soaring atrium lobby and perfectly functional rooms. Its advantages are availability of rooms when other places are booked and an ideal location. Ask for a corner room (they end in 01 and 15) on a high floor for great views of the city. Excellent service for travellers on business.

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    Good Time Aparthotel

    Spacious studios and one-bedroom apartments, all with kitchen facilities. The bare wood floors are restored as is the rest of this vaguely elegant 19th-century heritage building in a fine location. The decor is all primary colors, slightly muted to provide a sense of peace. No elevator; the entrance is off a courtyard.

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    Music Hostel

    Enter through the passageway at ul Piotrkowska 60 and walk to the back of the courtyard to find this small and hip hostel. The theme here is music, with albums and posters of Hendrix, the Beatles and others on the walls. There are 30 beds across six light, airy rooms that feature wooden bunks and big windows.

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    City Center Rooms

    Reasonably priced accommodation in an excellent location just off the main drag, with entry via a pleasant courtyard. Rooms are clean and bright, with modern furnishings, and come with extras such as electric kettles. Some rooms have kitchenettes for self-catering; ask for these when booking.

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    Flamingo Hostel

    This chic, centrally located hostel offers a glamorous shared modern kitchen, handsome room decor – think minimalist boutique rather than youth hostel – and nice extras such as free hot drinks, secure lockers and city maps. The downside is that the rooms are a five-floor walk up. Dorms have four to 10 beds, some rooms share baths, some have balconies.

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    Hotel Savoy

    Great location, just a block from the choicest section of ul Piotrkowska. The bright white, revitalised exterior and sizeable lobby recall a glorious past, while the large rooms have a traditional motif. Austrian writer Joseph Roth used this hotel as the setting for his 1924 novel of the same name.