The Best Places to Stay in Płock, Poland

Płock | © Rommullus / WikiCommons

Płock is a charming riverside city in Poland, famous for its superb location and views over the Wisła River. The city has no shortage of touristic sights and makes for a pleasant break away from Warsaw. When looking for a place to sleep for the night, check out this list of the top accommodation options in Płock in Poland.

Hotel Tumski


The views over the Wisła River from Hotel Tumski, Płock | © Hotel Tumski
© Hotel Tumski

Hotel Tumski is a stylish four-star hotel in Płock that has its own restaurant and bar, plus a business centre. The location is excellent, as Hotel Tumski is just a few minutes’ walk from the Wisła River and in the heart of the city. All rooms are air conditioned and have premium bedding. Toiletries and bottled water are provided for free. All rooms have a flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi. This is also a great option for couples as it is a romantic hotel with superb views over Poland’s longest river, the Wisła. Browar Tumski is also the name of the brewery that produces superb home-made beer.

Hotel Czardasz


Hotel Czardasz, Płock| © Hotel Czardasz
© Hotel Czardasz

The Hotel Czardasz is a fancy hotel with a full spa complex and is one of the most luxurious options for those staying in the city of Płock. The hotel has a free children’s club, two restaurants, a nightclub and a bar and lounge. The spa part of the hotel is large and relaxing and it includes a sauna, a spa tub, two pools and a spa treatment room. Massages can be ordered. For business guests, there are meeting rooms and a computer station. The bar in the hotel also has a pool table in it. All rooms have a mini-bar, a television, a desk and free Wi-Fi. There is a free buffet breakfast included in the room price, and bottled water is also provided free in every room.

Hotel Herman


Outdoor Garden at Hotel Herman, Płock| © Hotel Herman
© Hotel Herman

The Hotel Herman is a small and cosy hotel with 20 rooms. The hotel has a restaurant and bar, plus an outdoor seating area. A free buffet breakfast is provided daily for all guests. Spa services are available on site, as are bicycle rentals. For children, there is a playground within the hotel grounds. For business customers, there is a 24-hour business centre and meeting rooms. All rooms have air conditioning, a mini-bar, premium bedding and a television. Toiletries, Wi-Fi and bottled water are all provided for free. The hotel occupies a central location in Płock and is a short walk down to the famous Wisła River.

Hotel Płock


Hotel Płock | © Hotel Płock
© Hotel Płock

The centrally located Hotel Płock is a handy option for those on a mid-range budget. This well-priced hotel has a restaurant, bar and café on-site. The restaurant has an intimate atmosphere and provides typical local snacks and meals. A special Polish feast with Masurian roast wild boar and beer can be organised. There is also a casino on site. Single rooms, double rooms, triple rooms and a suite are available with prices starting from 120 złotych (US$32) per night. Breakfast is included in the room price. All rooms have premium bedding, a television and free Wi-Fi. For business guests, conference rooms can be booked.

Hostel Kamienica


Hostel Kamienica, Płock | © Hostel Kamienica
© Hostel Kamienica

For the budget tourist or backpacker, Hostel Kamienica is an ideal place to sleep for a few nights while touring Płock. Rooms are spacious, well lit and colourful, and they provide a social atmosphere. There are a total of 25 beds in various rooms and sizes including shared dorm rooms and double rooms. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hostel. The hostel has a shared kitchen with all utensils provided, so you can cook your own food here. The hostel is nicely located on the pedestrian street at Ulica Tumska in a 19th-century tenement building in the heart of the Old Town. This means it is within walking distance of many of the city’s sights such as the Mazovian Museum, the Castle Mazovian Ksiazat, and beautiful walking areas along the Wisła River.

Hotel Starzyński


Hotel Starzyński, Płock | © Hotel Starzyński
© Hotel Starzyński

Hotel Starzyński occupies a corner location near the Stary Rynek (Old Town Market Square) on Piekarska street in Płock. The hotel has a full spa and wellness centre that includes a swimming pool, a hot tub and a sauna. The on-site restaurant has some truly delicious Polish treats including befsztyk tatarski (raw beef with egg and vegetables eaten with bread), golonka (pork knuckle) and placki z cukinii (potato and courgette pancakes). Rooms are stylish and elegant and range from single rooms to family rooms to suites. There is a night menu that can be ordered to the room. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and a television. The Hotel Starzyński is a well-known family hotel that has been running in the city since 1990.

Hotel Petropol


Hotel Petropol, Płock | © Hotel Petropol
© Hotel Petropol

Hotel Petropol is located in central Płock. It is a hotel that caters toward tourists, business customers and weddings. There are 83 air conditioned rooms in a high-rise building on the corner of Aleja Stanisława Jachowicza. All rooms have simple furniture, a bathroom with shower, a television and free Wi-Fi. For business customers, there are two conference rooms that can be hired for seminars or training sessions. The on-site restaurant provides typical Polish food and drinks. The railway and bus stations are just a few minutes away by vehicle or a short walk on foot. The main attractions of Płock are also nearby, and you can easily walk to the Old Town, the Cathedral, or the banks of the River Wisła.

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