Visiting Poland is a whirlwind journey through the ages in medieval cities like Kraków, Baltic Sea resort towns like Kolobrzeg, a cosmopolitan Warsaw with its Gothic churches and neoclassical palaces or scenic Zakopane in the Tatras Mountains. The Poles took advantage of the bounty of ancient palaces, castles, old barns, and even old gyms and created modern hotels that preserve much of the historical charm of the old structures. Rooms and suites come in a range of prices and levels of luxury, but most have expected facilities such as private bathrooms, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Most hotels have their own restaurants where guests can sample traditional Polish cuisine or international fare. Pools, bars, spas, and gyms are also regular features of most Polish hotels. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Shuum Boutique Wellness Hotel
© Shuum Boutique Wellness Hotel
Shuum Boutique Wellness Hotel is a modern hotel located only a short walk from a wide sandy beach, next to a beautifully landscaped park, about 3 km from the Museum of Polish Arms and the 17th century Kolobrzeg Lighthouse. The bright, contemporary rooms have balconies and all modern amenities such as free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and minibars. Upgraded rooms have pull-out sofas, and suites have separate living areas. Guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet. Breakfast is served in an elegant restaurant or on the beautiful terrace overlooking the garden. There is also a relaxed café, indoor and outdoor pools, a gym, and a full-service spa. Fitness classes are also available.
Tadeusza Kosciuszki 17, 78-100 Kolobrzeg, Poland, Phone: +48-9-43-55-40-00
2.Mercure Kraków Stare Miasto
Mercure Kraków Stare Miasto is an upscale hotel located in a contemporary building, a 5-minute walk from the Kraków Barbican gate and museum and 2 km from the hilltop Wawel Castle. Modern rooms all have desks, private bathroom, Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Some upgraded rooms have separate sitting areas, Nespresso machines, and pull-out sofas. Suites have separate living rooms and some have balconies. Guests enjoy an in-house restaurant that serves continental breakfast in the morning and international cuisine for lunch and dinner. There are also a bar, a gym, and five meeting rooms. Free bikes are available to guests for exploring the city.
Pawia 18b, 31-154 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-22-25-11-11
3.PURO Kraków Kazimierz
The Puro Kraków Kazimierz hotel is located in Kraków’s lively neighborhood with a bohemian vibe full of shops and restaurants, a short walk to the scenic banks of the Vistula river, 2 km from Rynek Glówny, the iconic square in downtown Kraków, and 3 km from the main railway station. The rooms are modern, sleek, and bright and all have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, and safes. Upgraded rooms have sitting areas and coffee and tea-makers and suites have separate living rooms. Guests enjoy a gourmet restaurant, a bar, a fitness center, a café and bakery, and a full-service spa. Free bikes are provided to guests who want to explore the city on their own.
Halicka 14A, 33-332 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-28-89-90-00
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4.Hotel Polski Pod Bialym Orlem
© Hotel Polski Pod Bialym Orlem
Polski Pod Bialym Orlem is a sophisticated hotel located across the street from Kraków’s St. Florian’s Gate, a 4-minute walk from Main Market Square, 1.5 km from Wawel Castle and about 3 km from Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory. The rooms are spacious and trendy, with modern decor, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, a safe, a coffeemaker, and a minibar. Suites have luxury furnishings and chandeliers and separate living areas with sofas. The hotel’s restaurant Pijarska 17 serves Polish traditional dishes. There is a large conference room that can fit up to 150 people. The hotel’s multilingual staff can arrange tours of the city’s main attractions.
Pijarska 8-6, 31-015 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-22-11-44
5. Metropolitan Boutique Hotel
© Metropolitan Boutique Hotel
Metropolitan Boutique Hotel is an upscale hotel located in a beautiful renovated 19th century building in Kraków’s famous Jewish Quarter, snuggled between the trendy Kazimierz district and the historic Main Square. With its perfect location, it is only 1 km from St. Mary's Basilica and 2 km from 14thcentury Wawel Castle. The beautifully decorated rooms and suites are bright and spacious and have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, desks, coffee-making machines, and mini-bars. Upgraded rooms have sofas, kitchenettes, and separate living rooms. Luxury private bathrooms have heated floors. Guests enjoy a cozy lobby bar, buffet breakfast, and an upscale restaurant that serves Polish and international dishes and offers live jazz and piano music. The hotel also has a gym and a beautifully landscaped garden.
Joselewicza 19, 31-031 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-42-75-00
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6.H15 Boutique Hotel
© H15 Boutique Hotel
H15 Boutique Hotel is located in a meticulously renovated 19th century building in the heart of Warsaw. This sophisticated hotel is only 1 km away from the Palace of Culture and Science and Warszawa Sródmiescie train station, and 2 km from Lazienki Park and its outdoors art exhibition. The hotel consists of apartments and suites only. All feature contemporary decor, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, kitchenettes, nicely furnished sitting areas, and safes. Some units have balconies with beautiful views of the city, while others have heated marble floors in luxury bathrooms and separate dining areas. Guests enjoy a complimentary breakfast buffet served in the hotel’s elegant restaurant, access to a gym and massage service, a conference room, and free parking.
Poznanska 15, 00-680 Warszawa, Poland, Phone: +48-2-25-53-87-00
7.Queen Boutique Hotel
Queen Boutique is an elegant, upscale 4-star hotel located between Kraków’s historic Old Town and the lively Kazimierz district and a walking distance from the Wawel Castle and the city’s Main Square. The stylish, elegantly decorated rooms have flat-screen TVs, mini-bars, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms have balconies with a magnificent view of the castle. Private apartments have wine fridges, living rooms, and video games consoles. All rooms are air conditioned. Guests enjoy complimentary buffet breakfast, free access to the sauna, elegant restaurant with a fireplace and exposed stone and brick walls, a cocktail bar, a full-service spa, and three meeting rooms.
Dietla 60, 31-039 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-33-33-33
© Wielopole Hotel
Wielopole Hotel is a 3-star hotel located in downtown Kraków, a 5-minute walk from the city’s Main Market Square and Planty Park and a short walk to Wawel Castle. The rooms are spacious, bright, and nicely decorated and feature a fridge, tea and coffee machine, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and air conditioning. Upgraded rooms have balconies with the view of St. Mary’s Basilica and its Gothic tower. Guests enjoy free breakfast, a cozy, comfortable basement restaurant that serves local and international cuisine, and a fully stocked bar. Children aged three and younger stay free of charge. Nearby bus and tram provide easy access to all the city’s attractions.
Wielopole 3, 31-072 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-22-14-75
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9.Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town
Hotel Indigo Kraków - Old Town is a boutique hotel located in the 1836 historic baroque building in the heart of Kraków, a short walk to the Galeria Krakówska Shopping Centre, the Barbican, and St. Florian's Gate. Each room is uniquely decorated and the decor ranges from contemporary and industrial chic to mid-century modern, with elements such as chandeliers, exposed brick, and original paintings of local artists such as Matejko and Wyspianski. All rooms have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TV, mini-bar, and tea and coffee-makers. Some rooms have separate sitting areas and heated floors in luxury bathrooms. Guests enjoy free access to a gym, a sauna, and a fitness center. The hotel’s restaurant Filipa 18 serves modern Polish cuisine. The cozy U Bar is a popular place for afternoon cocktails, decorated with modern artwork, exposed brick walls, and exposed pipes. The hotel has a modern business center and banquet facilities. Indigo is a part of the InterContinental chain.
Filipa 18, 31-150 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-23-00-30-30
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© Senacki Hotel
Senacki Hotel is located in the heart of Kraków, in a historic building with an ornate stone façade, overlooking the 17th century Church of St Peter and Paul and a short walk to St. Mary's Basilica and the Main Square. This refined, elegant hotel has upscale rooms and suites with exposed beams, skylights and sloped ceilings, traditional upscale furnishings and all modern amenities – free Wi-Fi, mini-bars, flat-screen TVs, and coffee and tea-makers. Suites add separate living rooms. Guests enjoy a complimentary buffet breakfast served in the hotel’s beautifully refurbished 14th century cellars. Senacki is one of the Kraków’s few hotels where pets are welcome.
Centrum Krakówa, Grodzka 51, 31-001 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-22-76-86
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© Tatra Chalet
Located in Zakopane, a popular resort town in the Tatras Mountains, Tatra Chalet is located in an attractive, green part of town about 2 km from the Tatra Museum and the lively Krupowki Street and a short drive to the Wielka Krokiew ski-jumping stadium and Kasprowy Wierch mountain. The sophisticated apartments and suites have refined furnishings, armchairs, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and heated floors in the bathrooms. Upgraded suites have balconies, stone grills, and views of the forest. The hotel has a chic restaurant with an outdoor patio with firepits, a lounge with a fireplace and oversized armchairs, a library, a spa, and a covered outdoor whirlpool.
Bogdanskiego 5, 34-500 Zakopane, Poland, Phone: +48-1-82-00-01-75
12.The Blue Beetroot Hotel
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Blue Beetroot Hotel is located in Lower Silesia, just outside Boleslawiec, in a restored 18th century barn. Many of the original features have been preserved, such as chunky wood beams, vaulted ceilings, and rustic hand-made furniture, giving guests the opportunity to get the feel of Poland’s rural history. The area is perfect for exploring ancient castles, towns, famous local potteries, and the beautiful landscape. Although restored to give the feel of times past, the hotel is modern and luxurious, with private bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and DVD players. Some rooms also have a separate seating area. The hotel has its own gourmet restaurant and bar and is pet-friendly.
50, 59-700 Laziska, Poland, Phone: +48-7-57-36-44-20
13.Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Polanica Zdroj
© Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Polanica Zdroj
Hotel Spa Dr Irena Eris Polanica Zdroj is a luxury spa hotel set in a beautiful rural area about 13 km from the city of Klodzko and 7 km from the Muzeum Misyjne Ojców Sercanów. The lavishly decorated rooms have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, mini-bars, tea and coffeemakers, and furnished balconies or terraces. Upgraded rooms have sofa beds, and suites have separate living rooms. Some upgraded suites even have butler service. There are several private villas and houses on the hotel grounds. The hotel has its own upscale art deco restaurant, a piano lounge, a bowling alley, a movie-themed bar, and a spa with hot tubs, indoor pools, and saunas. A part of the hotel is the cosmetic institute Instytut Kosmetyczny Dr Irena Eris, offering various beauty and health treatments. The hotel also has a gym, a tennis court, and a squash court.
Debowa 19b, 57-320 Polanica-Zdrój, Poland, Phone: +48-7-46-62-40-00
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14.Wiechlice Palace Hotel
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Located in verdant countryside in an 18th century converted palace, Wiechlice Palace Hotel is located only 4 km from Szprotawa city hall and the Muzeum Ziemi Szprotawskiej. The hotel complex is surrounded by the vineyards of a nearby winery. The luxurious rooms are filled with original antiques and carpets but also have all modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms have separate living rooms. Guests enjoy complimentary breakfast, a gourmet restaurant, a wine cellar as well as a spa with a sauna, an indoor pool, a Turkish bath, and a range of beauty treatments. The hotel also has a gym, a library, a business center, a driving range, a volleyball court, and an archery track.
Wiechlice 45b, Szprotawa 67-300, Poland
15.Grand Ascot Hotel
© Grand Ascot Hotel
Grand Ascot Hotel is a refined hotel in downtown Kraków, a short walk from the vibrant Kraków Cloth Hall and the Main Market Square and a 15-minute walk from Wawel Castle. The sophisticated rooms and suites are air conditioned, have free Wi-Fi, mini-fridges, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee-making facilities, and separate sitting areas. Some units have additional bedrooms, bathrooms, and balconies or terraces. Guests enjoy complimentary breakfast, an upscale restaurant, a chic lobby bar and lounge, a sauna, a gym, a furnished terrace, and conference facilities. Bikes are available for guests if they want to explore the city on their own.
Józefa Szujskiego 4, 31-123 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-46-76-00
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© Hotel Pugetow
Hotel Pugetow is a charming hotel located within a castle complex, a short walk from Kraków’s 13th century Main Square and all its shops and restaurants and 2 km to the train station. The rooms are colorful and cozy, each uniquely decorated and featuring all the amenities such as Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and bathrooms with heated floors. Luxury suites also have living rooms. The hotel’s lobby lounge is located in a former wine cellar and the hotel’s gourmet restaurant has a beautiful vaulted brick ceiling. The restaurant offers Polish traditional as well as international cuisine in the restored cellar and there is also the Italian restaurant Il Calzone.
Starowislna 15a, 31-038 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-32-49-50
17.Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Krynica Zdroj
Hotel Spa Dr Irena Eris is an upscale resort located in a beautiful mountain setting in Popradzki Landscape Park, in a modern, chalet-style building with a charming portico. The hotel is about 2 km from the Krynica Zdrój adventure park and less than 3 km from Stacja Narciarska Slotwiny Arena. The spacious, opulent rooms have balconies overlooking the mountains, free Wi-Fi, mini-bars, and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms are air-conditioned, and luxury suites and apartments have beautiful living areas with fireplaces. Guests enjoy free breakfast and on-site parking, three gourmet restaurants, a furnished terrace, a popular bar with a fireplace, a gym, a full-service spa, a sauna, steam bath, a hot tub, an indoor infinity pool, and modern meeting rooms and event space.
Czarny Potok 30, 33-380 Krynica-Zdrój, Poland, Phone: +48-1-84-72-35-00
18.Hotel Sokol Wellness & SPA
Hotel Sokól Wellness & SPA is an upscale hotel in Lancut, a short walk from Lancut Castle. The hotel is set in a beautifully converted 19th century gym and offers stylish, contemporary rooms with modern decor, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, tea and coffee-making equipment, private bathrooms, and safes. Some rooms have terraces, and upgraded rooms have seating areas. Kids four years old and younger stay free of charge. Guests enjoy complimentary breakfast, a gym, an indoor pool, a tennis court, a sauna, a hot tub, a spa, and a gourmet restaurant with a terrace. The hotel is a good starting point for exploring this picturesque area, which is very popular for hiking, biking, and skiing in the winter. Stas Ski Lift is only 10 km away
Sokola 11, 37-100 Lancut, Poland, Phone: +48-1-72-49-15-55
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19.Palac i Folwark Galiny
© Palac i Folwark Galiny
Palac Galiny is an upscale hotel located in a historic 16th century 300-hectare manor estate that also features a palace and a 19th century grange. It is located only about 10 km from Stoczek Klasztorny and Lidzbark Gate and 70 km from Olsztyn. The hotel has bright, spacious rooms, many with antique furniture and exposed beams but also all modern amenities – free internet, private bathrooms, sitting rooms, and flat-screen TVs. Guests enjoy breakfast served in the hotel’s restaurant Grange, which serves Polish traditional and European dishes using ingredients from the estate’s farm. There is also a tennis court, a traditional Russian bath, a luxury spa, and a beautiful garden courtyard. The estate’s stable has more than 100 horses.
Galiny 110, 11-214 Bartoszyce, Poland, Phone: +48-8-97-61-21-67
© Hotel Kazimierzówka
Hotel Kazimierzówka is located in the quaint medieval town of Kazimierz Dolny and is surrounded by rolling hills. It is about 300 meters from the castle ruins, a 15-minute walk to the Vistula Museum and the Kazimierz’s Main Market Square, and only a short drive to the waterfront of the Vistula river. Each unit in this all-apartment hotel offers stylish traditional decor, sitting areas, private bathrooms, coffeemakers, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, and LCD TVs. The guests have access to the hotel’s wellness and spa area, which features a Finnish sauna, a spa bath, a relaxation room, and a range of health and wellness treatments. The hotel has a gourmet restaurant that serves traditional Polish and European dishes. Breakfast is complimentary. There is also a bar, an outdoor pool, and a playground.
Góry 10, 24-120 Kazimierz Dolny, Poland, Phone: +48-8-18-04-13-87
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21.Polonia Palace Hotel
© Polonia Palace Hotel
Polonia Palace Hotel is an award-winning 4-star hotel located in a beautiful neoclassical building in downtown Warszawa, just across from the Palace of Culture and Science and 3 km from the Old Town. The hotel’s rooms are spacious and stylish and have air conditioning, mini-bars, luxury bathrooms with heated flooring, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and coffeemakers. Some units have balconies and suites have separate lounge areas. The two-bedroom apartments have kitchenettes. The hotel’s chic restaurant serves Polish traditional and European cuisine. There is also a ballroom, a business center, a spa with massage service, a gym, a bar, and a lobby lounge with live piano music.
al. Jerozolimskie 45, 00-692 Warszawa, Poland, Phone: +48-2-23-18-28-00
© InterContinental Warszawa
InterContinental Warszawa is a modern 5-star hotel located in a high-rise in central Warsaw, only 500 meters from Warsaw Central Station, a 10-minute walk to the Centrum Metro Station, and only 1 km from the elegant shopping street of Nowy Swiat. The rooms are modern, luxurious, air conditioned, and offer all amenities such as satellite TV, mini-bar, free Wi-Fi, desks, and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms offer access to a club lounge where guests enjoy free breakfast, appetizers, and drinks. Suites have living rooms and fully equipped kitchenettes. One suite even has a private office. The hotel has a wellness center on the 43rd and 44th floors with an indoor swimming pool and a hot tub, with breathtaking views of Warsaw. The hotel’s spa center has a sauna and a steam bath as well as two restaurants, both serving Polish and international cuisine.
Emilii Plater 49, 00-125 Warszawa, Poland, Phone: +48-2-23-28-88-88
23.Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw
Hotel Bristol is located in a beautiful 1901 art deco building and is considered one of Warsaw’s most significant landmarks. A Luxury Collection Hotel, Bristol was founded by the famous Polish pianist and politician Ignacy Jan Paderewski. The hotel is on the historic Royal Route, right next to the Presidential Palace and a few minutes’ walk to the Royal Castle, the Old Town, and the Polish National Opera. Contemporary and chic, all rooms are air conditioned and fitted with an LCD TV, a mini-bar, and free mineral water. Apartments also have a Nespresso coffee machine. Suites have separate living rooms with sofa beds. Upgraded suites have butler service and one has antique furniture and a chandelier. Guests enjoy a gourmet restaurant, two posh bars, a spa, and a fitness center.
Krakówskie Przedmiescie 42/44, 00-325 Warszawa, Poland, Phone: +48-2-25-51-10-00
© Hotel Gródek
Hotel Gródek is a polished 5-star boutique hotel, located in the Old Town of Kraków, near Planty Park and a short walk to the Main Square and St. Mary's Basilica. The rooms are cozy and original, each with its own decor theme and air conditioning, LCD TVs, free internet access, fridges, and mini-bars. Upgraded rooms have separate sitting areas. Complimentary buffet breakfast is served at the hotel’s Gródek Restaurant, which serves quality Polish cuisine. The hotel also has a beautifully decorated bar with a library and a fireplace, a sauna, a massage parlor, and a rooftop restaurant with a glass-enclosed patio dining area that serves Australian and Pacific Islands specialties.
Na Gródku 4, 31-028 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-24-31-90-30
25.Hotel Unicus Palace
Located on a busy street in the Stare Miasto in Kraków, Hotel Unicus Palace is a hip hotel about 2 km from Kraków Glówny railway terminal and a short walk to St. Florian's Gate, St. Mary's Basilica, and a Polish Gothic tower. The modern, air-conditioned rooms have en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, desks, safes, mini-bars, and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms have nicely furnished living areas. Guests have access to a refined restaurant, where a buffet breakfast is available every morning, as well as a fitness center, a spa center, an indoor pool, a hot tub, and a glass-enclosed cafe. The hotel also features a lovely terrace.
Florianska 28, 31-021 Kraków, Poland, Phone: +48-1-22-01-01-01
25 Best Hotels in Poland
- Shuum Boutique Wellness Hotel, Photo: Shuum Boutique Wellness Hotel
- Mercure Kraków Stare Miasto, Photo: OlegDoroshin/stock.adobe.com
- PURO Kraków Kazimierz, Photo: fotofabrika/stock.adobe.com
- Hotel Polski Pod Bialym Orlem, Photo: Hotel Polski Pod Bialym Orlem
- Metropolitan Boutique Hotel, Photo: Metropolitan Boutique Hotel
- H15 Boutique Hotel, Photo: H15 Boutique Hotel
- Queen Boutique Hotel, Photo: krsmanovic/stock.adobe.com
- Wielopole Hotel, Photo: Wielopole Hotel
- Hotel Indigo Krakow - Old Town, Photo: papzi/stock.adobe.com
- Senacki Hotel, Photo: Senacki Hotel
- Tatra Chalet, Photo: Tatra Chalet
- The Blue Beetroot Hotel, Photo: The Blue Beetroot Hotel
- Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Polanica Zdroj, Photo: Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Polanica Zdroj
- Wiechlice Palace Hotel, Photo: Barbara Helgason/stock.adobe.com
- Grand Ascot Hotel, Photo: Grand Ascot Hotel
- Hotel Pugetow, Photo: Hotel Pugetow
- Hotel SPA Dr Irena Eris Krynica Zdroj, Photo: sergii/stock.adobe.com
- Hotel Sokol Wellness & SPA, Photo: whyframeshot/stock.adobe.com
- Palac i Folwark Galiny, Photo: Palac i Folwark Galiny
- Hotel Kazimierzowka, Photo: Hotel Kazimierzówka
- Polonia Palace Hotel, Photo: Polonia Palace Hotel
- InterContinental Warszawa, Photo: InterContinental Warszawa
- Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw, Photo: Alliance/stock.adobe.com
- Hotel Grodek, Photo: Hotel Gródek
- Hotel Unicus Palace, Photo: bubutu/stock.adobe.com
- Cover Photo: whitelook/stock.adobe.com
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