We had a kickoff for our Dealers at Sulislaw. It was realy good food and service despite low season. The surrounding was realy inspiering and i feel like going back in summertime for some Yoga experiences as well.
Very happy we visited here. Its a beautiful place. We went for Ayurveda massage and dinner afterwards. It was worth it. Boys went to the swimming pool at the mean time. Apparently this place uses locals to supply them with home made provisions: eggs, marmelades, fruit, veg etc. This place is very romantic and the staff is ultra friendly. They could be a little bit more experienced, but in general it was a lovely experience. We trully felt like in fairy-tale. We are definitelly going back !!!!
This was by far the worst Hotel I have ever stayed in. It had the charm of the Faulty Towers without the comedy. The first room, we were given was claustrophobic with these tiny small windows. The decor is dark mismatching and uninviting. No coffee or tea facilities. The bed just marginally bigger than a single bed. We asked for a new room and after much ado and waiting, the worst reception service ever finally brought us a new key to a larger room and a larger bed. There is so much wrong with this Hotel, that I fear my complaints would make a book. No English TV channels,No batteries in the phone, bathroom unclean etc I read other views and some are positive about the place and I wonder perhaps my wife I just don’t get it. Maybe it’s for people on a spa retreat, looking for simplicity, perhaps on a detox or fasting. Are guests aware that the Hotel would be lucky to advertise itself as a 2 star establishment. It was just so spartan, right down to the breakfast. This place seems to change staff often, as no one including the waitress, the waiter, nor the reception knew anything about the area and apologized that they were new to the Hotel. It was morbidly depressing, but my wife and I tried to see the funny side of it. I would advise you to avoid the place at all costs, but to see is to believe. Do not let the picture with filter deceive you. Any positives are that the Indian food from the menu is very good, and the rooms are warm. I literally cannot think of any other saving grace. It literally was the worst hotel experience in my life and yet no one treated us badly. A Bollywood version of Hogwarts without all the magic. …
My family and I stayed at the Palac Sulislaw two nights in late August, 2017. We chose this hotel as it was the only one near the village where we visited family. They have good rooms and the grounds are very pretty. We stayed in the Hotel Elsner portion of the property. The two improvements that need to be made to the rooms are air conditioning and a safe to store valuables. We stayed there when the temperatures were moderate but the rooms were very warm at night. I can imagine that the rooms would be very uncomfortable in the heat of summer. The breakfast was very good with a variety of food. The jam was made from fruit in their garden and was very tasty! We didn't use the spa so I can't comment on that part. Overall it was a good place to stay (very quiet) and conveniently located to the family village.…
The panchakarma program is advertised as 8 days program but the first day is only half of the program, nothing on the last day and from 8 days it shortens up to 5 days. Horrible communication. Very unprofesional. Don't know what the stars were given for
Enjoyed 2 nights at this former manor in the southwest Polish countryside. Old quaint hotel with modern amenities. Room was large with very comfortable bed. Room rate includes very generous breakfast in former palace. Beautiful extensive grounds include a small lake, woods, walking and bike paths. Very quiet when we stayed, is used for yoga and spa escapes at other times.
A lovely building decorated well but really not a five star hotel. Unfortunately this place is really let down by the restaurant. It is a hotel in the middle of nowhere so considering they had fifty people staying for a wedding you would expect them to be prepared. Unfortunately this was not the case. In the Friday we booked table for thirty people at 8pm. We all had to go and get our own drinks from the pub as no one cane to serve us. Finally at 9.30 we were told that the chefs had left and that we could not order. Eventually they were persuaded to serve us food and an hour later we finally got food. Then, on Sunday, a similar thing happened. Took ages to take orders, waited ages for food. Food came at different times and was cold. They ran out of half of the meals ordered and came round with cold curry as only alternative (which they still charged for). There was no manager available (again) and we all felt really sorry for the two waiters left to try and deal with a compete lack of organisation. It is such a shame as it could be an amazing venue. …
Wonderful exsperience in lush the Palac with lots of atmosphere.... Staff was wonderful aswell , Food delicious too. The ayurveda treatment great with the most pleasant attendors. Do not hesitate to book. Do know that the Palac is far from anything else so you have to indulge in a zen rest....Recommend The Palac for anyone that needs peace and quiet and a better constitution. Good for single travelers that want to indulge in own peace and health.
When I was in Wroclaw, I used to go there for taking massage with my friend. It was an amazing experience for us because I never had such massage any where in Poland. After long time we visited there again but it was just opposite what they had earlier. Now they have some people from srilanka they don't know anything even massage. They are just applying the oil whole body for 40-45 minutes. This spa is dispossing the name of beautiful palace. Resturant food is also upto avarage. There is no five star standard. But I don't know about the rooms, we never tried.
We stopped at Palac Sulislaw for a wedding that was being held there. The grounds, breakfast room, bedroom and bathroom were immaculate. I can't think of one negative thing to say. The wedding reception area was beautiful and the staff worked hard and were attentive to our needs. I was served vegetarian Indian cuisine food from the restaurant (at my request) and the other guests enjoyed traditional Polish food. The food was good and plentiful. I wish that there were more hotels of this quality in the UK.