The hotel is located some 10-15 mins walk from the old town. The area is quite calm and surrounded by churches all around. To me even the hotel seems to be like a church-have-been-converted, the interieur (huge open space in the middle) and the hotel room (small, functional, like a cellar of a monk but with window) and its equipment were certainly different from other hotels I have stayed at.
The room was clean, the breakfast was enough (nothing special) the personell was helpful and at my service.
There is a restaurant in the hotel, I had only a beer there as I wanted to explore more the city of Wroclaw and the cuisine of the region (which apparently failed as there was no Polish restaurant around but tons of Italians, Japanese, Chinese, etc. Even the local people on the street could not help me to find a place for pierogi) :(
In a nutshell: if you need a hotel that is tidy and nothing special but located in a tranquil environment, it can be an option for you. otherwise maybe more sparkling should be searched in or arund the old town.