The hotel is cheap and cheerful but has most things you need. The bed was really comfy and had the softest linen (although 2 very soft and thin pillows). The shower and sink were both huge and when the water worked, there was good pressure and heat. Unfortunately we had several issues: No handle on the shower door. The shower door wouldn't shut so water leaked onto floor (and we had to shower in the corner of the cubicle so as not to flood the floor further). We had to ask for toilet roll, it seemed like it was rationed! The soap wasn't filled up. We stayed for 2 weeks and the room wasn't vaccuumed for the first 7 days. The bar was shut. The bigger issues were the lack of heating and hot water/water pressure. The heating didn't work on the first day and after checking with reception, they gave us a heater to use (with a broken leg). On our 11th day, the manager told us that the heating was turned off at the moment and the air con was automatic. I'm not sure why we weren't told that on our first day when we'd tried to heat the room for 1.5hrs. Probably due to this and the lack of bathroom extraction, the room was very damp and our clothes smelled damp after 5 days. There was 1 shelf and 4 hangers so no way to air our clothes. The water issues were frequent to start with. Between approx 11.00-11.45 there was no hot water and then from 12.00 onwards, there was no pressure. One day, the water stopped at 10.30am. We called reception (from a mobile as they don't have phones in the rooms) and were told that no rooms had water and it was being fixed. I went to reception and the manager explained that a pipe had burst and it should be fixed within 15 minutes. It was fixed 45 minutes later and they notified me 1.5 hours after that. Luckily after that, there were no further issues with the water. We were offered a new room but it seemed too much hassle (and the rooms on the front and park-side of the hotel were noisy). We were given a partial refund during our stay for all the inconvenience. Despite the issues, I might stay again for a short stay in summer as it is good value, but I'd probably check everything worked before unpacking. I wouldn't recommend this hotel for longer stays.…
Rooms are OK, but just 2 towels for 2 people. We have been charged more then on the advert in front of the hotel. The worst part was breakfast. Lack of everything, just couple sausages and cottage cheese. Totally waste of money! Reception staff, especially young whoman who has worked on 15.08.2020 around afternoon, was very unpleasant, unhelpful and unpollite. I do not book anymore in this hotel.
Mixed feelings. Hotel has a potential, yet several points to improve. On arrival we had to wait that staff finished her phonecall, another staff was there she did not show attention to us. The check in looked like routine, no particular warmth in checking us. Room quiet, on the side looking to the green park. One would expect that bottled water will be in the room. That was not the case. Had to buy it. Breakfast: moist trays, not sure they just came off the dishwasher or the sink... TV at high volume... Just reasonable for an overnight. Will some improvement take place than will be at same standard of B&B hotel in West Europe.
I picked up B&B Hotel because of the very good location (near Piotrkowska street) as I'd stay in town only for 2 das to visit a friend. The average price was very similar to Ibis so I decided to give it a chance. It's an express hotel ideal for business travellers and there's nothing else to say. The room was clean and the area if relatively calm. The staff speaks English and you have the option to pay for the breakfast (I didnt use the service).
Stayed at the hotel B&B in Lodz very nice and clean. Central to the centre ideal for a weekend, breakfast is continental only. Breakfast between 7-11. Coffee machine and tea also available, orange juice, water. Breads, toast, meats and cheeses. Yogurts and pastries if you like. Each floor is a different colour. Rooms are clean tidy fresh looking each with a TV, shower and toilet. Our room was twin beds ideal for staying for a weekend for a wedding. Staff friendly enough. You are given a door code to tap into the keypad to enter your room. Plenty of plug sockets. Hairdryer in the bathroom. Underground parking which has a green light system so you know when to drive down and park. Two lifts which you walk in and opposite door to enter onto each of the floors. Would recommend staying at descent rates to.…
I stayed in this hotel for 5 nights whilst attending a conference. The reservation process was a bit messy, as the conference provided me with a discount code that the hotel at first didn’t recognize. They solved this problem over email. The rooms are very clean, though the sink wasn’t cleaned everyday. The hotel seems to be very new and is situated in the heart of Łódź. The breakfast is quite good, though no non-diary options and the juice machine produces a bit of a strange taste. There is good water available to fill your water bottles and supermarkets are close by.
Very good location and price. Rooms are clean and cozy. Good interior in a rooms and reception. Staff very friendly. Not very silence out of a window in a morning. So it is good place to spent just a night or two.
Central/good location and okay standard in the rooms. Well functioning AC in the rooms. Good value for the money considering the price level. I did not eat breakfast at the hotel so I cannot comment on that.
You can't complain about £100 for three nights including breakfast. Rooms are a reasonable size. I wasn't overwhelmed by the breakfast but it's fine for the price. Location is perfect. It's just around the corner from Piotrkowsa Street and a range of good restaurants. About 15 minutes walk to Manufaktura or there's a tram a short walk along the street.
Very central location (walking distance from the train station), but surprisingly quiet, beautiful and clean rooms, air-conditioning, great decor, very comfortable beds. Nothing to complain about. Definitely recommendable!