Say bye-bye to the boring chain hotels! A unique hotel with a story and an atmospheric design will help to make your visit to Wroclaw genuinely memorable.
Are you looking for something spicy? Check out this blog post with my selection of unusual hotels in Wroclaw.
What would you like: light and color therapy in your room, a hotel on Wroclaw Island, a stylish computerized room with a transparent bathroom, vintage and tango
atmosphere, or a night in a former granary?
Read on and get inspired.
AUTHOR'S SELECTION OF UNIQUE HOTELS IN WROCLAW
PURO HOTEL WROCLAW: A CREATIVE HOTEL WITH COLOR THERAPY AND A TRANSPARENT BATHROOM
PURO HOTEL - is an original hotel in Wroclaw where you feel the creativity in everything, starting from the facade design of the hotel. This smart hotel surprises with its computerization - all room management is located in a tablet on the wall.
You can also check-in at the hotel yourself through the computer at the reception.
The rooms have a panoramic window and lighting control through the panel.
You can change lighting colors to your taste: romantic red or relaxing green will create a desired mood in the room.
In addition to color therapy, the PURO HOTEL's feature is transparent bathrooms. If you are embarrassed by transparency, the glass walls of the bathroom can be curtained.
Guests enjoy a modern breakfast buffet, apples for a snack, lemonade in the bar, and all kinds of coffee for free.
In short, at PURO HOTEL, you will find the perfect combination of price, quality, and excellent localization.
Prices are from 50 euros per night.
HOSTEL MLECZARNIA WROCLAW: A HOSTEL WITH A BEAUTIFUL VINTAGE ATMOSPHERE AND TANGO EVENINGS
The cozy Mleczarnia Hostel will take you to the 30s of the 20th century with its beautiful vintage atmosphere and antique furniture.
It is located in the very center of Wroclaw, just a 4-minute walk from the main square, next to the National Music Forum.
On the ground floor of the hostel, there is a legendary cafe Mleczarnia, which is popular with local bloggers and creative youth.
Here you can have a delicious breakfast and lunch, and in the evening plunge into Wroclaw culture, as in the evenings, the cafe hosts concerts with live music, tango evenings, and stand-up shows.
Prices are from 40 euros per night.
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THE GRANARY SUITE HOTEL WROCLAW: LUXURY HOTEL IN THE FORMER GRANARY OF THE XVI CENTURY
How do you like an exclusive overnight stay in the former brewery granary of the 16th century?
It is possible at The Granary Suite Hotel, a five-star hotel in a restored medieval barn.
The building was built in 1565 and functioned as a barn for storing grain and producing malt for the brewery until 1904. The building survived World War II but was severely damaged by a fire in 1970.
For four decades, it was a historical ruin, but in 2005 it was privatized by a development company. And in 2009, after major restoration work, the ruins turned into a boutique hotel, The Granary.
This extraordinary loft-style hotel now offers modern rooms and suites with air conditioning, a salon, an elegant bathroom,and a minibar. Some rooms are duplex and with a glass roof.
Wroclaw's main market square is only 500 meters from The Granary Hotel, so it's convenient to stay here to visit the main attractions in the city center.
The hotel has its own upscale Mennicza Fusion Restaurant, which specializes in seasonal international dishes.
HOTEL TUMSKI WROCLAW - A HOTEL ON THE ISLAND
Another original hotel in Wroclaw, a Hotel Tumski, is located on an island on the Odra River.
Near the hotel, a ship is moored where guests of the hotel have easy access. To make your stay enjoyable, on its deck, you can dine with a view of the river.
Hotel Tumski is a good value for money, comfort, and convenience.
The hotel is located in a picturesque setting with bridges, islands, and medieval buildings. It's also close to the city center, and all the attractions are within walking distance.
This option is suitable for travelers who are looking for romance and peace or a family atmosphere.
HOTEL DWOR POLSKI : POLISH HISTORY LIVES HERE
At the Hotel Dwór Polski, everything breathes antiquity. It is located in a 16th-century-old building on the main square of Wroclaw.
According to the legend, King Sigismund III secretly came to Wroclaw and met his future wife Anna Habsburg in this place.
If you want to plunge into the medieval era, then you will remember your stay at the Hotel Dwór Polski for its historical microclimate. Here you will find authentic decor in everything from walls to furniture and suits of hotel workers and waiters.
Dwor Polski is also a restaurant of traditional Polish cuisine, where you can taste Polish dishes in their best version.
Even though the hotel takes you to the past, it still has all the charms of modernity: free Wi-Fi, satellite TV, telephone and a private bathroom.
Hotel Dwór Polski also has a banquet room, decorated in style typical of Viennese cafes.
The main feature of the Hotel Dwór Polski is the Old Polish atmosphere. You will feel it both in the restaurant menu and in the design of the rooms.
More information about the hotel Dwór Polski
HOTEL MONOPOL WROCLAW: HOTEL WITH A SKY BAR AND A ROOFTOP RESTAURANT
A truly unique hotel in Wroclaw is the Hotel Monopol, one of the oldest and most luxurious hotels in the city. It was built in 1892 in the neo-baroque style in the place that was previously occupied by the monastery.
At the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, the Monopol Hotel was one of the most deluxe hotels in Europe.
Today it combines history and cutting edge design.
Celebrities and music stars stayed in the hotel Monopol: the artist Pablo Picasso, the director Pedro Almodovar, the actor Pierce Brosnan, the musician David Gilmore and members of the Queen group.
And even the infamous Adolf Hitler once broadcast from the balcony of the Monopol Hotel, when Wroclaw was still called Breslau and was part of Germany.
Hotel Monopol offers a wide range of services and amenities, including a pool and spa.
On the top floor of the hotel, there is the Ristorante Acquario, a glass-walled restaurant and the rooftop bar, which offers unforgettable views of the panorama of historic Wroclaw.
Prices are from 120 euros per night.
Wroclaw is a creative city of creative people. No wonder that in 2016 it became the European Capital of Culture.
Here, even the most demanding tourists will find something interesting for themselves. And if you are tired of the boring chain hotels and want to stay in an unusual place, in Wroclaw, there is plenty to choose from!
I hope you found something interesting in my selection of hotels.
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