See why so many travelers make Hotel Premiere Classe Wroclaw Centrum their hotel of choice when visiting Wroclaw. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
Rooms at Hotel Premiere Classe Wroclaw Centrum offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and an additional bathroom providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A 24 hour front desk and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. Breakfast buffet will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel Premiere Classe Wroclaw Centrum, parking is available.
Nearby landmarks such as Wroclaw Town Hall (1.1 mi) and Panorama of Raclawice Battle (1.3 mi) make Hotel Premiere Classe Wroclaw Centrum a great place to stay when visiting Wroclaw.
If you like Italian restaurants, Hotel Premiere Classe Wroclaw Centrum is conveniently located near Piec Na Szewskiej, Vaffanapoli, and Ragu Pracownia Makaronu.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Rynek (1.2 mi), Sky Tower Observation Deck (0.5 mi), or Old Town- Historic Center (1.1 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Premiere Classe Wroclaw Centrum as you experience all of the things Wroclaw has to offer.
The location is the biggest positive about this hotel. 10min walk from the railway station and not much far away from the old town square. Customer service is good. But rooms are very basic, visually clean. But when you look into details there is a lot dust everywhere. You would expect the rooms to be cleaner during this pandemic period
During my business trips, I was able to visit Premiere Classe Hotels in both Warsaw and Wroclaw. And I liked Wroclaw one much more. It was cleaner, breakfast had wider choice. There is possibility to eat dinner in Campanille hotel just beside that one. It was a bit cold, but getting additional blanketwas not a problem.
Booked a double room for myself; when given the key, I was allocated a twin room. The key deactivated itself after the first night and I couldn't get back in until reception sorted this. Rooms are very basic with no luxuries. Breakfast is one to avoid - terrible selection with off milk - after one experience we did not return (there is a McDonalds in the sky tower over the road! It is fairly centrally located and easy to access travel links.
After arriving at Wroclaw Port Lotniczy (Airport) we went outside to find a ticket machine and the bus stop for line 106 that would bring us into town center and the final stop Dworcowa in the street with the same name. Bus 106 belongs to the Wroclaw transport system which include quite a lot of trams and buses. You can choose a ticket for a certain distance or for a specified duration of time. We wanted to by two 72-hour tickets that would last us back to the airport three days later. First thing at the ticket machine I chose my preferred language. Then the machine showed all distance tickets with a blue area below, which I pressed to bring up the time tickets. I pressed + to get two tickets and normal as there is no reduced fare for retired people in Wroclaw according to information from the transport company. Anyhow the normal 72-hour ticket costs 26 PLN (about 6 EUR). I paid by my credit card. One thing you must remember is to get the ticket valuated when entering the bus by getting it stamped with date and time, when you started to use it. Do not stamp it again! At the end of the bus journey the driver turned right into Dworcowa street and stopped, where he would have a short break. Continue down the street and you will find the stop for the return ride to the airport. Walk on and cross the Pilsudskie street over to the long square in front of the yellow Central Railway Station. At this (east) end of the square you’ll find a post office with its red post box. At the west end we crossed the street to find number 9 platform towards Uniwersitet Ekonomiczny /Park Poludniowy. On the way to our stop Sanocka the tram turns left round the corner of brick red Hotel Campanile situated in the North part of the same building as Hotel Premiere Classe in the South part close to the tram stop. We walked back and crossed the street and entered the small hotel reception. We checked in and got our key cards that we needed to use in the lift to get upstairs. Both rooms looked all the same and seemed pretty new, nice and clean. The bathroom with shower boot was pretty well lit and was of a good size. The room had a big double bed with good reading lights and small bedside tables on both sides. By the window there is a chair at a small writing table with side lamp and sockets for your laptop. The free Wi-Fi worked fine. On the other side of the window you’ll find a kind of door less wardrobe. The breakfast is served 06:30-10:00 hrs on weekdays. When we turned up first morning at 08:00 hrs there were no yoghurt left and no glasses for the juice. When I asked the tall blond waiter for glasses he answered that all glasses are in the dishwasher and then commented without any remorse or excuse that one can use a coffee cup for the juice. There was a lot of talking in the kitchen this morning but nothing was refilled for about 45 minutes. The following two mornings the kitchen was quiet and the only waiter was busy bringing the dishes out and filling up what needed to be done. The breakfast was just enough and consisted of a small cold buffet, hardboiled eggs and cut up hot dogs or what you can expect in a reasonably priced hotel.…
The room was clean, all appliances worked properly, the staff was kind and helpful, breakfast was tasty anf filling, coffee was nice, possibility to leave the luggage came in handy, closiness to the main railway station and the water park was great