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Aparthotel Bike Up

Kosciuszki 51 B, Wroclaw 50-018 Poland
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#5 of 376 Specialty lodging in Wroclaw
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Robert S wrote a review Dec 2021
Paarl, South Africa53 contributions8 helpful votes
Since 2019 we have stayed at this very Spartan hotel regularly when in Wroclaw. The location for us is excellent with the central train station literally "around the corner" and all major tram and bus lines run by on the main street a block away. The "off street" location keeps the transit noise down significantly. The Rynek and Old Town attractions are within an easy walk or a short ride. Great location. But... the hotel offers no services anymore. None. Period. No laundry. No cleaning. No baggage storage. No longer will you find a bike rental service or concierge for help or reception of any kind. It is a very reduced experience compared to our 1st stay. Covid? It is a pity. Yet, the service collapse isn't the problem here (for us). What compels me to consider another hotel next month is the decline of the feeling of "safety " of this location. Never before have I felt as "unsafe" as with this 3 week stay. The abandoned building next door is vandalized yet only a few evenings ago we were awakened by a riotous event there which included windows broken out and an office chair thrown out onto a rooftop. The next night the same occurred including another office chair out the window. The darkened yard there is behind an obscured gate hiding much garbage and activity from street view. It is more like a set from the movie "A Clockwork Orange" by Kubrick. In the morning light I was able to see from the hotel room windows that a bike from the hotel was littering that yard. Bright yellow against the recent snow and unclear if this was there for a short or long time. But it was unsettling. Vandals on the hotel property at night? Vandals who throw chairs out windows? Opportunistic "ultra-violence" to quote the movie? In even the best of times this hotel requires a self-sufficent traveler. But now the hidden approach to the front door has never been less comfortable, and still not a single taxi or Uber has ever found the alley to the entry door on the first pass down the one way frontage street. On this particular visit the "alley" appears even less "safe" in the night each evening we returned from some event. Off the frontage street you must walk down an "alley' to get to the hotel front door. The alley has one side facing the wall separating the abandoned building and its assembly yard. The hotel side of the alley has another large dark passage which leads off between buildings and includes an obscured adjacent underground parking access ramp. Nothing protects you as you walk from the frontage street down this alley to the entry door. No fence bars the side passage. No cameras appear to capture or deter criminality. No human security such as a night porter or guard are present. The entire area is a ghost town including the frontage street (but for one indoor restaurant well down the block). There is literally "No one to hear you scream" for help when you walk this passage to the hotel front door. Adding to the sense of "insecurity" the hotel itself is looking decrepit with all the ground floor store fronts vacant or papered over, and the glass of one ground floor entry awning obviously broken out. Graffiti- like "tags" are adorning the brick sides every few meters as you walk to the entry. Inside the hotel entry doors the former laundry counter lies abandoned with the security roll gate partially "up" and the door to the former reception open and unsecured. The entire feeling given is one of insecurity and neglect. The vibe which made this a "hip" and comfortable place for us is no longer present. It feels like a crime scene waiting for the blue lights and yellow tape. My wife and I are going to start looking for different (probably less convenient) long term stay hotels for our next visit to Wroclaw Stare Miasto.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
beardflares wrote a review Feb 2020
Brighton, United Kingdom49 contributions43 helpful votes
Great modern serviced apartments. Easy check in (we were early) and access to apartments. Bike on the ceiling! Easy stroll to Rynek and close to bars under the railway arches and Renoma. Cheap as chips too. There appeared to be breakfast options in the reception but we didn't sample. Complimentary coffee pods, very nice toiletries (expensive stuff they sell at Waitrose in UK). Will stay again
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Date of stay: January 2020
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Room Tip: top floor my preference, windows high up bu no curtains/blinds that didn't really matter in...
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Meli2302 wrote a review Jan 2020
Toulouse, France151 contributions117 helpful votes
We stayed here in summer 2019. We arrived at 1pm, we needed WIFI to reply some emails very urgent. The lady at the reception totally refuse to allow us to use "her" internet, she also refuse to give us the room, we know it was partly empty... All in all, very rude staff at the reception. About the room: Very clean and nicely decorated, big space, powerful shower. It was like 40 Celsius and not aircond, very hard to sleep with this hot. They provided us a fan. Location: Close to the train station and shops.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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r0ckst4r wrote a review Dec 2019
Camberley, United Kingdom93 contributions56 helpful votes
Reading some of the other reviews... yes, there was construction (when I stayed last). Yes it's 15 mins walk from Rynek. If you want to order cheap taxi - do it yourself, Uber is about 25 Zloty. Sometimes there isn't anything you need in kitchen. Ask, and you're given. You can check in or out any time, the door to your room is unlocked with key in. Or leave key in room. Fill out the form later. I have stayed here around 15 times. It's clean, convenient and well priced. Numerous places to food shop nearby and the staff really look after you. Recommended.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
andreamorris wrote a review Dec 2019
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M husband and I arrived here late 6th december. We were greeted by a polite recpetionist who checked us in. Given our directions off we set. We came out of recption and to your right is a secruity door. entrance by key or code only. this building is also residential. stairs halls and lifts were clean. and it looked like it had just been refurbished .Our apartment was fab very clean and quirky. there is a small hob kettle fridge and clothes rail. the bathroom has shower cubicle.you are about 15 minute walk to the square.you are close to the railay station.and under the arches you will find bars which are like our micro bars and are half the price of the square.
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$32 - $70 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
PolandSouthern PolandLower Silesia ProvinceWroclaw
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Frequently Asked Questions about Aparthotel Bike Up
Which popular attractions are close to Aparthotel Bike Up?
Nearby attractions include Monument to the Anonymous Passerby (0.2 miles), Central Station of Wroclaw (0.3 miles), and Renoma Shopping Mall (0.2 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Aparthotel Bike Up?
Conveniently located restaurants include Pizza Si, Kuchnia Marche Świdnicka, and Wloszczyzna Healthy Food Restaurant.
Is Aparthotel Bike Up located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the center of Wroclaw.
Are pets allowed at Aparthotel Bike Up?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Aparthotel Bike Up?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Polish.