If you’re looking for a hotel in Zagan, look no further than Hotel Willa Park.
Guest rooms offer a kitchenette, and Hotel Willa Park makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
In addition, guests can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Pizzeria O Sole Mio, which is an Italian restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Church of the Holy Cross (0.4 mi), Wieża kościoła poewangelickiego - widokowa (0.3 mi), and Abbey of St. Augustine (0.4 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
The staff at Hotel Willa Park looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Stayed for 4 nights on a work trip. The rooms are all really different but that adds to the charm of the place i think. My room was very small but it had everything I needed. Breakfast and dinner service was always good, plenty of choice. Nice hotel, quirky rooms, polite staff and decent food. Can't really ask for more than that.
What a bad stay. We asked for the heating to be put on for 2 nights and it was refused both nights because the owner had said it wasn't the season. So we gave up asking again. Our room was old fasioned with electrical problems, dust, old furniture and thin curtains that let the light in. Decor from 30-40 years ago. See the photos - electric problems and cobwebs and the cheapest of multi-use bathroom toiletries. No kettle, no cups , no or tea coffee in the room. The light coming in through the very thin curtains, the cold room and then housekeepers talking loudly outside our room led to uncomfortable awakenings. Then, breakfast. We tried 2 mornings and then gave up because it was so bad. When I complained about the cold eggs and sausage on the second day Aleksandra in Reception ushered me back to tell me to help myself to fresh juice (it was cordial not fresh) and coffee (instant) and said that she had re-opened the kitchen because I was late (it was 8:45 and apparently - though I wasn't even told - breakfast finished at a very early 8:30am) I showed the chef the stale, old bread with white mould and asked for some fresh bread. 5 minutes later I received 3 slices of fried bread that had blue bits of mould. I went to explain this to Aleksandra again and was met by resistance, argument and dishonesty... Claiming that the bread rolls were baked fresh daily (they were stale, hard and dry) and that the sausage was perfectly fine before I told her that they were cold and the buffet burners were not alight. While talking to Aleksandra about our cold room (we were given a temporary electric heater that couldn't even stand up straight and so was dangerous) and cold breakfast, the owner walked past and she could see that I was complaining and actually grimaced and walked quickly away and into the kitchen. In 3 days I saw no staff member wear a mask or sanitise and there was very little evidence of Covid 19 precautions to keep guests and staff safe. This hotel has a lot of potential but has an irresponsible owner with very low standards of customer service. Avoid. …
Good location. Appeared clean but full of germ harbouring outdated frills & flounces. Curtains, table tops, on the bed...everywhere. Dinner was great as was breakfast but struggled to tell the difference between tea & coffee, not good. Friendly & helpful staff.
I don't expect much from independent hotels in Europe, but this place surprised me. I had the best dinner there in the whole ten days I was in Poland. It was a buffet for our group of twenty, and I had to force myself to stop eating. I always got a beer when I wanted one, and although the staff I dealt with didn't speak English, they got their jobs done. Most of the machines in the gym did not work, but the quiet residential neighborhood allowed for a safe run. The room was fine, no issues there, and it appears they have filled the parking lot with gravel since the time others have commented on the mud.
We have stayed here before , usual good standard , English speaking staff, decent food , we will stay again on our return trip in September . Last time we stayed it was snow and ice , this time plus 28c , the room was quite cool , slept well , no noise after 10. 30 pm !
The parking lot was wet and muddy. The lobby smelled like whatever they must have been cooking in the kitchen. Very disappointed that the front desk attendant barely spoke English although a lot of Americans stay there. The breakfast was not that great. The rooms needed major renovations but at least it was somewhat clean.
We arrived last night , the car park is muddy , it had been raining , staff nice , room clean , restaurant quite good , waitress new at the job , but trying hard . No wine , had Piwo instead . Noisy fridge in room , we will use again on our trips to Nowy Sanz . We are on our way to Edam this morning , and back to England on Saturday . Beware the A4 road , 2 hour hold up due to road works , 12 KM tailback , 4 blokes with shovels , and they still charge 16-20 Zlotys toll !
Hotel is rundown, and would be charming except that it is filthy. The room I had was probably renovated, and last cleaned, around 1978. The window to the room was open when I came in (early evening), so the room had become infested with mosquitoes. The doors out to the brick balcony did not shut completely/lock (creepy for a woman traveling alone); the towels were about as thin as paper, and felt like sand paper; the sheets of the bed were yellowed with age; the blankets stained. When I stepped on the bathroom trashcan peddle, the lid flew off, landing in a puddle of water that had pooled under the leaking sink, and had obviously not been noticed for a while (mosquitoes anyone?). I had dinner in the "restaurant" where plates and glasses still had leftover food and lipstick marks. Mosquitos were also on the walls in the restaurant. I returned to my room, and the temperature outside (and also inside, since there's no insulation), had dropped to about 50 degrees. When I could not turn on the heat, I walked to the front desk (phone in the room did not work), and was told "no heat tonight." I decided to shorten my stay and leave after one night, so I asked to change my check out date. "I can't do that." the clerk said said. I suggested the clerk cancel the initial charge for two nights, and then run the card again just for one night. That seemed to solve the problem. The bed felt like a rock. Not sure if it was a real mattress. In the morning I was not expecting hot water, but in fact, I was very delighted that there was a good strong hot shower. Breakfast room was overcrowded with a tour group. I was delighted to leave. Two stars b/c at least the staff was pleasant. Overall very disappointing--to rundown to be even the slightest bit comfortable, too dirty to stay. Loved my visit, however, to nearby Zagan Museum and Stalag III.…
We loved our experience at this hotel. We stayed two nights and we would have stayed even longer had we not been on a tight schedule. The hotel is a restructured Russian military hospital, they did a good job but please understand this is not a place for travelers who stay on a regular basis at the Hilton or Marriott. We had dinner there and was good, abundant and cheap. Two of the staff speak English very well. I did read a comment complaining about service at the bar. I have no idea what they are talking about, we went there for both nights and we got immediately great service!
Having left Berlin my friend and i headed to Zagan in Poland to go to Stalag Luft 3, on arrival we went to Willa Park and were met by friendly staff and shown to our rooms which were both spacious and comftable, so much so that we ended up staying an extra night. This hotel was a former Russian Military Hospital, and is highly recommended