How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Monopol Hotel Wroclaw
Travel Blogs from Wroclaw
Seeing as we are British and tight with money we decided to get a souvenir that couldn't break or be lost, yes we decided to scar our bodies for the rest of our lives. It's a pretty tattoo though so it beats a scar (and it cost a hell of a lot less than my stitches in Thailand did!) beats my birth mark in my book too. Having Fleur leave me to fend for myself has been a strange experience. It means I sit next to strange people who cough in my face with no shame. It also means no more ...
Short video clips can be found at https://www.youtube.com/user/hippldc/vi deos
Wednesday October 1, 2014
We booked a room at the Corner Hostel on Hostelworld and had an ensuite private room at the very conveniently located hostel. It was in the old town, right on the edge.
We were up for something a little different and maybe healthier, so we found a nice Greek restaurant. We were the only ones in there so we should ...
Our bus pulled into Wrocław around 1am. The aim is to always try and arrive in a new city in daylight, and even if that's not possible arrive at a good hour. But this bus was the cheapest around, so it had to be done. Surprisingly we found the hostel with no problems, despite a long wait for the night bus. The next morning, We took our time enjoying the free breakfast and then finally did some more laundry. We spent some time reaching for our next stop. We had found ...
... the morning to go and stay and work at a farm school for a while and thought turning up hungover may not make the best first impression!
I had an awesome time in Wroclaw which was probably helped by the fact that the hostel was so good, I got on really well with the other guests and the sun was shinning! The gnomes are a continuing fascination for me and I'd love to one day spend the entire day wondering round and see how many I can find. OR make it into ...
... t want to leave the place. Wroclaw is in the western part of Poland and has an interesting history. It went back and forth between Bohemian and Polish rule, then was taken into the Austrian empire, Prussia, Germany and then given back to Poland after WWII. Considering that it was extensively damaged during the war (and during wars throughout history), it really is quite picturesque. There's also a quirkiness to the city in that there are ...