How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Opole
Travel Blogs from Opole
... washroom instead. Anyway, I don't think it was very nice. Ahhahaa. Just took some mandatory shots there. Later, we went to get some breakfast. I noticed that there are usually a lot of flies around the breads...had the choc croissant. Was just ...
... good lake used by the locals; so we set off to find it. Hmmm it wasn't that great with not much shade, so back in the car as we opted for the idea of a Maccas icecream instead. At this stage we hadn’t withdrawn any Polish currency (Zloty) and knew we could at least use the card at Maccas for the measly sum of our icecream! There were lots of high rise run down apartment buildings around and it seemed like a poor area so I was somewhat surprised to ...
... hives from over the years. I don't really know what all buzz was about! The next day and an unexpected early start. Usually we are warned what time the call will come in the morning, if there is to be a call at all. So it was a bit of a surprise to hear a knock on the door at 7:30. I wasn't too concerned though, I'd already been woken by the lawn mover and the cockerel. I was out on the fields again, first collecting grass cuttings. Then having stopped ...
... contribute to their 3-0 win. Poland now led the series 2-1! While this was going on, Sophie was being asked "Is Tom good at football?" Although I am unaware of the answer Sophie gave, they only had to look round to find out! Following the children's departure, we helped prepare dinner. Luka was cooking a traditional Dutch dish, so we helped prepare the veg. We ate when Ella returned from collecting her mother from a care home, where she had been recovering from an illness. ...
... dinner of chicken and "hutspot". Once we had finished Katrina, a helper who had stayed here before us arrived and after a quick chat with her, we went on an evening bike ride around the village. The village is so small that this took us no time at all and we were meandering! We'd arrived home and were chatting on the terrace when Ela and Jurek returned home with 2 awards they had won for 15 years work with their project 'Agrochatka' and shared plum chocolate sweets with us all. ...