Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town

Address: ul. Swietego Mikolaja 67, Wroclaw, Western Poland, 50-127, Poland | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on ul. Swietego Mikolaja 67, Wroclaw, is near Market Square (Rynek), Panorama of Raclawice Battle (Panorama Raclawicka), Ostrow Tumski, and Centennial Hall (Hala Ludowa).
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsSofitel Wroclaw Old Town

        Reviewed by byron_and_tracy

        Very pleasant overall, but...

        Reviewed May 14, 2011
        by (2 reviews) Nashville , United States Flag of United States

        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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        TripAdvisor Reviews Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Wroclaw

        The surprise part of the trip -- Wroclaw

        A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Sep 05, 2015

        121 photos

        Took the 3+ hour bus trip from Krakow to Wroclaw. Was truly amazed by the beauty of the Market Square. Enjoyed a couple of days wandering around the city and absorbing the sites.

        Now let's see if you can pronounce the city's name....

        Capital of Culture you say?

        A travel blog entry by aaronandjo on Sep 01, 2015

        33 photos

        ... research on the matter (ahem … thank you google) we gained a brief understanding of the title but it still didn’t answer the burning question — “So what?”
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        Clawing out of Wroclaw

        A travel blog entry by 4inworld on Jul 06, 2015

        4 comments, 6 photos

        ... There were winding roads lined with lush green hills and beautiful farmland, intermittently dotted with Bavarian styled villages. And as is typical, we were optimistic about what we would find and what this next adventure would hold for us.

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        Weekend in the amazingly awesome Wrocław!

        A travel blog entry by arizonafox on Apr 17, 2011

        1 comment, 90 photos

        ... went to their hostel to check in and drop off their bags. While they did hostel-y things, Fabian and I went on a mission to find information about the Jewish area of Wrocław. We found the Jewish tourist information center, but because it was Saturday, it was closed. Even though the info center was closed, we still walked around the area and discovered this really cool tunnel and back yard area. When we were done discovering we went back toward the hostel to meet the ...


        A travel blog entry by meganandkevin on Nov 11, 2008

        7 photos

        ... calling it a night... after a gigantic kebab of course. The next day we walked to the main square to take in the Remembrance/Armistice/Veterans Day Memorials.  We were exposed to a different type of ceremony as not only was it the 90th anniversary of the end of the Great War, but it was also the 90th birthday of Polish independence (which they gained obviously with the signing of the Armistice).  There were groups of kids dressed up with painted faces all ...