The Best Cultural Hotels In Poznan

Poznań Old Town Square
Poznań Old Town Square | © David Castor/WikiCommons
Agata Mazepus

Fans of great modern design, artistic hotels, and boutique-like accommodations will not be disappointed when visiting Poznań, one of the most beautiful Polish towns, while those who prefer staying in a residence with a more classic style and a cozy atmosphere will find their way here too. Here is our top pick of the hotels in Poznań, Poland.

Poznań Old Town Square

1. Blow Up Hall


Hailed as one of the top nine most modern and best hotels in the world by CNN, Blow Up Hall is the most innovative and luxurious art hotel in Poland. There is no front desk, and rooms have no lockers or numbers. How do guests find their room” Instead of a key, each guest gets an iPhone that will lead straight to their door. This gadget will also serve as the guide through the whole hotel, as well as the Old Brewery in which Blow Up Hall is located. The amazing design of the hotel was awarded Top Hotel Award for Polish hotels, while there’s also an art gallery on-site.

2. City Solei Boutique Hotel

Boutique Hotel

Each room of the boutique hotel City Solei is designed in an original and individual style and is inspired by the most beautiful cities and destiantions in the world. In the Moscov room, guests will find adorable matryoshka-shaped pillows, while the Zanzibar apartment has animal-like decorations, and Rovaniemi reflects the typical Finnish modern design with accents typical of the Lapland style. All of the rooms offer great views over the Old Town, and there is also a restaurant on-site that comes highly recommended.

Puro Hotel

With its great location in the heart of Poznań’s atmospheric Jewish district, within walking distance of the Old Town Square, St. Wojciech Hill and Warta River, Puro Hotel is an outstanding spot that’s loaded with modern design. Keeping elegance and functionality intact, each room here is a small gallery of contemporary style. Colorful armchairs, funky decorations, uncommonly shaped carpet, and other interesting features of the hotel all add to the experience, while Puro also boasts its own restaurant, NIFTY No. 20, serving contemporary twists of classic cuisine.

Puro Hotel, Stawna 12, Poznań, Poland, +48 61 333 10 00

3. Garden Boutique Hotel

Boutique Hotel

Garden Boutique Hotel is located in the heart of Poznań in a building from the 19th century that has been thoroughly restored and arranged in a classic style. Rooms are designed according to different color sets, like red, green, or golden. This boutique residence is a perfect choice for all those who like the traditional design with elements of luxury and look for a cozy and quiet place to stay at. In the same building there is also a restaurant with a homely atmosphere and a cutting-edge look.

4. Hotel Rzymski Poznań


Hotel Rzymski has a perfect location, right next to the Old Town, on Marcinkowskiego street, therefore it is a great option for those who want to explore the city by day and night. The hotel is situated in a building with a long, interesting history, dating back to the 19th century. Rooms have a home-like climate, and are arranged in a classic style. In the same building there are two different dining spots – a cozy bistro and an elegant restaurant, as well as a cocktail bar.

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