Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSofitel Wroclaw Old Town
our "superior" room smelled of smoke, as did the bath towels, and there was a cigarette burn in the bedding. That's not five-star to me. The room was otherwise very satisfactory. The staff was always very friendly and helpful, and the overall decor of the hotel is pleasing. I do not recommend the restaurant on the first floor, however, unless spending 28 US dollars (75 zloty) on a continental breakfast seems like a good deal to you.
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