The Best Hotels in Wrocław for Every Traveller

The red roofs of the Old Town in the morning
The red roofs of the Old Town in the morning | © Mark Delete / Alamy Stock Photo
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15 February 2021

Pronounced ‘vrotts-wav,’ the largest city in western Poland is a wonderful place for aimless weekend wanders, famous for its beautiful bridges, vivid nightlife, bubbling markets and neck-craning architecture. Book your stay well in advance at one our favourite hotels in Wroclaw.

Platinum Palace

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This grand neoclassical mansion, 3mi (5km) south of the city centre, makes its presence felt with ionic columns and rooftop statues. It backs onto the peaceful oaks and plane trees of Park Południowy (South Park), which boasts a pond and a bronze statue of Chopin. The glass-walled apartments of the hotel look straight out onto the trees. Dine like a duke under crystal chandeliers and gilded stucco work, surrounded by marble graces. Then head to the Insomnia bar for a nightcap and cigar.
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The Bridge Wroclaw

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Gleaming marble floors, leather sofas and plate glass are the order of the day in this unashamedly modern block right by the soaring brick cathedral of St John the Baptist. A few steps away, the 19th-century botanical gardens are open April to October for romantic strolls past Monet-esque lily ponds and cascades of roses. Bedrooms are stylishly contemporary and the Craft restaurant wows with industrial decor. The menu offers new twists on trad dishes; order with a a citrus-fresh Riesling from the Gostchorze vineyard.
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Grape Hotel & Restaurant

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A huge garden, open-all-hours sauna and a wine library are among the attractions of this chateau-style villa near the magnificent Szczytnicki park and Japanese garden. The decor in its 13 individually styled rooms is inspired by celebrated wine regions, from the primary colours of Chianti to the dark terracotta elegance of Rioja. Organic produce and masterchef-perfect presentation define the Grape Restaurant, with its leafy orangery. There’s a tasting menu serving Polish classics alongside a curated wine flight.
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Hotel Monopol

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Wroclaw’s oldest hotel building is a head-turner: a late-19th-century neo-baroque landmark with wrought iron balconies overlooking a stately street in the city centre. Rooms are striking, with steel and brick arches and views of gothic St Dorothea, as well as restored Belle Epoque suites. The mosaic-lined swimming pool, aromatic sauna, steam bath and salt cave are open all day in the basement. Ready to dine? There’s a cafe-bar and sunset-watching summer terraces.
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SleepWalker Boutique Suites

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Wroclaw’s historic heart is the many-gabled medieval Old Town, and this characterful hotel is a short stroll through the cobbled lanes from the majestic Rynek (or market square). Embossed wallpaper, velvet button-back sofas and brocade curtains add touches of old-school charm to the rooms and suites while the more modern penthouse, with views from the terrace, goes for a seventies-style retro look – if it sounds stark, believe us you’ll fall for it at first sight.
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Aparthotel Bike Up

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Welcoming up-for-it guests to its trendy spaces since 2018, dog-friendly Bike Up is the new kid on the block. Comfortable minimalism and bright, striking ceilings with a suspended bike and hammock give the good value rooms their quirky signature look. There’s no parking, but the station is very close and the area around the hotel richly repays exploring. A ten-minute stroll past bars and shops brings you to fountains, iconic bronze gnome statues (yes, really!), the city’s fortifications and the Comedy Theatre in the moated old town gardens.

Art Hotel

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Located in a tenant house in the old town, the magnificent Art Hotel is a work of art in itself, astonishing passers-by with its architecture and guests with its fine interior. Authentic stone portals, elaborately painted doorways, and centuries-old panelled and stucco ceilings combine with modern furnishings and ornamental wall paintings for a truly stunning environment. Natural materials and delicate light strike a harmonious balance here, creating an exquisite environment for a romantic weekend away.
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Granary Hotel

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Found near the Market Square, Granary Hotel combines convenience with pure luxury in its 46 suites, wellness centre and exclusive restaurant. Extra care was taken in the design to make each suite a unique experience, with every room offering its own particular character. With parts of the building dating to 16th century, Granary Hotel embodies a perfect marriage of antique refinement and modern indulgence.

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  • Puro Hotel

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    Puro Hotel impresses with a modern exterior, and follows through with elegant, cosily contemporary rooms offering all the facilities you could ask for and more. This hotel puts extra care into creating warm social spaces for its guests: Puro’s lobby, kitchen, bar and garden are optimally designed for gathering and interacting with fellow guests. Bright colours, tonnes of natural light and a casually elegant atmosphere make Puro Hotel a great choice for business trips, holidays and weekend getaways.

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    Hostel Wratislavia

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    Located in a 19th century building in the very centre of Wroclaw, Hostel Wratislavia embodies true Polish hospitality in a wide variety of accommodation options; from private rooms to dorms, this hostel is a cosy, affordable option with a space to suit every type of traveller. Their bright, modern rooms all include ensuite bathroom facilities, and all guests have access to the common room, laundry room and a fully equipped kitchen.

    Mleczarnia Hostel

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    Less than 10 minutes from the Market Square, Mleczarnia Hostel charms its guests with a funky, self-possessed send-up to 50s and 60s kitsch. Its decor may remind you of a holiday stay at your grandmother’s (the one with the more colourful past), thus creating a welcoming and home-like atmosphere. Quirky details, sweet knitted tablecloths and velvet-covered chairs make sure that this hostel leaves a fun, vivid impression on its guests.

    Europeum Hotel

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    The award-winning Europeum Hotel boasts 36 rooms suitable for all travellers, a gym for fitness nuts, conference venues for business trips, and a sauna for the overworked and overtired. All guests are encouraged to visit their much-praised onsite restaurant Brasserie 27, which stays open around the clock to serve full breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus. Whatever brings you to Wroclaw, this atmospheric, modern space offers impressive comforts for every taste.

    Phoebe Taplin contributed additional reporting to this article.

    These recommendations were updated on February 15, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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