Hotel Dwor Polski
Hotel Dwor Polski is a Wroclaw classic which charts its romantic history back to the 16th Century. Legends abound about this hotel and 'The Polish Court' is even said to have been the rendez-vous point of King Sigismund III and Anne of Habsburg before they tied the knot. Wooden floor boards, creaking oak beams, polished suits of armour and medieval swords help retain a flavour of times yore; whilst mini-bars, satellite TVs and internet connection in the rooms offer guests all the modern comforts they need. Be sure to check out the Dwor Polski's separate restaurant, pub and cafe. Each make a fine refreshment point. Located on the charming Kielbasnicza street in the Old Town, the hotel is conveniently just a few steps away from the Market Square.
Barbara from United States Reply
Charming hotel with lot's of history behind!
Jorge from Spain Reply
Nice 4-starer with lots of history. Perfect location
Jurgen from Germany Reply
We enjoyed our time in Wroclaw a lot. Especially with such a location!
Robert from Germany Reply
Charming hotel with lots of history behind! Perfectly located, excellent for a romantic trip!
Willem from Netherlands Reply
I had dinner here (with six) and it was a fine evening. Good Polish cuisine for a very nice price...
Carl from United Kingdom Reply
Very good location and historic building, but could use some modernization
Michael from Germany Reply
We stayed there a while ago nad we enjoyed that very much! The hotel has a perfect location, and the service is very good!
JaBoy from Netherlands Reply
I spent one night in the Dwor Polski Oct 07. It was fine for my needs. Where some people see charm, others may see a hotel in need of brightening-up. It was clean and the staff were helpful. I had to eat breakfast standing-up, because there were no available seats in the tiny breakfast room.
Michael Fullerton from United Kingdom Reply
Excellent place. Book in advance, otherwise you won't get a room!
Prof M.Katz from Israel Reply
I stay at the Dwor whenever in Wroclaw since 15 years ,on the everage twice a year -it is my home away of home.I love the place Clean,friendly,a great location -even when a meeting takes place in one of the fancy hotels I always ask to stay there My next reservation is for the begining of October 2007 -I was there in April 2007
jack robertson from United Kingdom Reply
Hi just back from Wroclaw spent four nights at the Dwor its ok only trouble is you have to walk round about three hundred metres from hotel to get to bar and resteraunt they said it was the only way,other wise it is ok a bit dated and breakfast room is to small it can only sit about 20 at a push and there was ten in my group would stay their again,Jack Robertson, Glasgow