The Best Places to Stay in Kielce, Poland

Zielinskis Palace is one place you cant miss in Kielce
Zielinski's Palace is one place you can't miss in Kielce | © Piotr Borkowski / Alamy Stock Photo

Kielce is the capital city of Poland’s Świętokrzyskie province, yet it remains one of the less visited large cities in the country. Despite a population of almost 200,000 people, many tourists visit the nearby cities Łódź, Częstochowa and Kraków instead. Kielce offers a delightful change from those cities, and there are some truly impressive hotels in which to rest your head. You’ll find a cosy place for the night on this list of top Kielce hotels.

1. Best Western Grand Hotel

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Best Western Grand Hotel
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Occupying an almost perfect location directly opposite Kielce’s main train station, the Best Western Grand Hotel is ideal for anyone coming or going by train and visiting on business. The 122-room hotel has health and fitness facilities with a sauna and spa services. Bicycles are free to use, and there is also a casino in the hotel. The hotel has its very own special business centre with meeting rooms, conference space and a computer station. Newspapers are provided free of charge in the lobby and the staff are multilingual. All rooms have a mini bar, tea- and coffee-making facilities and air conditioning. Each room also has a flat screen television, designer toiletries, a desk and a telephone. Wi-Fi is free, as is bottled water, but there is a surcharge for breakfast.

2. Ibis Hotel Kielce Centrum

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Ibis Hotel Kielce Centrum
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The trusted global brand Ibis has a cosy and clean venue in central Kielce. With 114 rooms, this is one of the bigger hotels in the city. Location-wise, it’s a short walk from both the train station and the city centre. There is a full bar and restaurant on the ground floor, which also serves breakfast for an additional charge. For those here on business, there is a computer station as well as a business centre and meeting rooms. All rooms have air conditioning, a television and a telephone. Local phone calls are entirely free, as is Wi-Fi. There is parking available, and staff are multilingual.

3. Binkowski Resort

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Hotel Binkowski
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One of the most luxurious and special hotels in the entire Świętokrzyskie province is the Binkowski Resort. Expect to be so charmed by this thrilling venue that you may never want to step outside its boundaries again. This four-star resort has everything you could want and more. A large spa and fitness complex includes swimming pools, a jacuzzi, a sauna and a gym. There are entertainment areas for children and adults, including a playground, an arcade room, a tennis court and a pool table. The on-site bar and restaurant provide delicious food and welcoming hospitality. The rooms are pristine, clean and modern. There is also a nightclub and a café inside the hotel. The breakfast buffet is included in the room price. For the business visitor, the venue also has plenty of meeting space for conferences. All rooms have air conditioning, a flat-screen television, a desk and a telephone. Wi-Fi is free throughout the building, and bottled water is provided free in each room. There is parking on-site, and the hotel is located in a park on the edge of the city.

4. Qubus Hotel

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Qubus Hotel
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The Qubus Hotel in Kielce is part of a chain that also has hotels in Gliwice, Kraków and Gdańsk. Their Kielce venue is well located on a roundabout just a few minutes’ walk from the main train station. The hotel has a stylish restaurant which caters for functions including weddings and staff parties. There is a fitness room and a business room. All rooms have a television, a telephone and air conditioning. There is free Wi-Fi, free bottled water and a desk in every room. The breakfast buffet is included in the room price.

5. Hotel Tęczowy Młyn

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Hotel Tęczowy Młyn
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Hotel Tęczowy Młyn is a luxury four-star hotel in Kielce. In the past it has hosted many football teams, including Jagiellonia Białystok. The hotel has 100 rooms split into singles, doubles and twins. Extra beds can be added for families. There is a continental breakfast available daily for a surcharge. The hotel has a bar, lounge and restaurant as well as a sauna and a pool table. For business guests, there is a business centre and conference space, plus free Wi-Fi. All rooms have a television, air conditioning, a telephone and a desk.

6. Hotel La Mar

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Hotel La Mar
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Hotel La Mar is a trendy three-star hotel in Kielce. This hotel has an indoor swimming pool and a full service spa. The hotel has 39 rooms, a restaurant and a bar. Room service is available during limited hours, and a daily continental breakfast is available for a surcharge. There are meeting rooms and a conference centre for those guests who are here on business. In the summer months, the terrace and garden area is a pleasant place to relax. Free toiletries are provided in each room as well as free bottled water. Each room is also equipped with a flat-screen TV (including cable TV channels), a telephone, free Wi-Fi and a desk. There are two supermarkets in close proximity, and the hotel has free parking.

7. Hotel 365

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Hotel 365
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For those wanting some peace, quiet and luxury away from the big city buzz, spend a night or two at Hotel 365, which is located in the southwest part of the city in a leafy park area. The hotel itself is an elegant brick and wood building that looks like an oversized log cabin. There is a bar, lounge and restaurant inside and a playground for children. Rooms are spacious, modern and clean. All rooms have air conditioning, an LCD television, a pristine bathroom and a desk. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all rooms. The buffet breakfast and bottled water are included in the room price.

Head north fro Kielce and visit the Baltic Sea on your holiday to Poland. Read our guide to the best hotels in Gdańsk, which you can book now on Culture Trip.

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