The Dwor Polski is a hotel that reminds you of what things used to be like in the days when Poland lay behind the Iron Curtain under Soviet control. It is the hotel that good taste forgot. Having stayed in Warsaw and Krakow previous to arriving in Wroclaw we had enjoyed excellent hospitality and quality accomodation at the Bristol and Ester respectively. Arriving at the Dwor Polski we were met by a surly receptionist who neither greeted us or smiled simply, indicating our room. Having booked a double we found ourselves in a tiny twin room. We immediately informed the wretch on reception who threw a set of keys to us barking "try this one". Again a twin. With the rest of Wroclaw booked up we decided to say put and endure our visit as the town looked attractive enough. But, now the hotel...dark, dingy and depressing best describe the ambience. Hideous furnishings ugly light fittings and truly vile carpets add to the overall mire we felt engulfed in. The staff are miserable and unhelpful. Substitute milk was served with coffee at breakfast. There were no mattresses on tiny single beds just sofa cushions. Our room had a transistor radio(!!) no doubt permanently tuned to 1950s Radio Moscow. This place needs to be dragged into the modern world or converted into a set for horror movies. Never again. Pictures have been uploaded to illustrate my point. Awful.
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- Also Known As:
- Dwor Polski Wroclaw
- Dwor Polski Hotel Wroclaw