The hotel was decent and the price for the room was very reasonable. Staff in the reception was polite and able to speak English. There were spots for free parking in front of the hotel, however not so many (approximately 10-15) thus, in case of unavailability, you should try again or park somewhere else. Breakfast was enough and the messing facilities were OK. Room was clean and the room service was provided on a daily basis. In case of booking a room in the front side of the hotel if the windows are open then the noise from the main road might be annoying during the night.
Good location in Poznan. Nice, comfortable, and good size rooms, very friendly staff, breakfast at the restaurant the following day was amazing. Very good,functional hotel in a good location, I would stay again.
I have repeatedly stayed in the hotel IOR during scholar seminars. Everything is well working, just wifi codes are strangely changed and several times I need to ask reception for a new code during the stay. Accommodation is modest, but fully fitting. Buffet style breakfast rich and variable. I love the restaurant of the hotel. It has a tendency to gourmet style, foods are delicious. Just the service is a bit slow.
Visited to host a small 2 day conference with our local agent, based in Poznan. Rather featureless hotel, though in a good location only 25 minutes from the airport. Staff all English speaking (various levels) and friendly enough. Rooms are quite tired, in fact the whole hotel feels in need of an upgrade very soon. Arrived late evening so ate in the hotel restaurant which was surprisingly good, much better than anticipated. Not luxurious, but a good, functional hotel in a good location.
Stayed here in January on business. Reception was good and spoke reasonable English (better than my Polish!) Room was a reasonable size and equipped with 2 single beds, the room was a little hot overnight which woke me up (but the temperature when I went to bed was fine) Shower was good but door to shower cubicle did not close properly. Restaurant was open and served good Italian food but lacked slightly in atmosphere (that may be down to mid week stay) Breakfast the following morning was excellent but offered a limited choice. I would stay here again if I revisit the area, but would also be open to alternative hotels too.
Stayed at the Hotel Ior recently for a short sightseeing trip and a match of Lech Poznan, which is basically just behind the hotel. From the centre its a bit of a trek for some, for others no hassles. If you are arriving to the Dworzec Glowny (Main Station), the tram number 6 will take you to the hotel in around 20-30 minutes, depending of course what crazy tram driver you have the misfortune of having. the tram stop that serves the hotel is WEGORKA, directly in front of the property.(more or less). If you are arriving into Poznan at Gorczyn station, as I did, the bus 63 will take you to Stadion Miejski in 9 minutes, then you can either jump on to the tram for one stop or a brisk 5-6 minute walk will see you at the hotel entrance. The hotel on arrival and the entrance did seem a bit quiet, deserted and short of any info about the City and surrounding area, however do remember this is a conference hotel. Check in though was swift and friendly, and the 2 members of staff on duty were informative and were happy to answer any questions were things were etc. The requests I made prior to arrival were met - tea and coffee facitlites in the room, and at the back of the hotel. had a decent view of the stadium. Beds comfy, however the water pressure in the shower was a let down. The breakfast room doubles up for an Italian restaurant in the evening; The I found the breakfast not to my liking the Calzhone and beef ghoulash in the evening definitely got the thumbs up.…
The hotel is located near the edge of Poznan so there isn't much around it. That said there is a tram out front that will take you downtown in about 15 minutes. As for the rooms, they contained the narrowest beds that I've ever seen. The wifi wasn't great. Hotel is missing a friendly lobby. Not a great hotel but not one to avoid either.
Nice rooms, very clean. Was not impressed with the food. Small portions, but very tasty. Staff is a bit confused but nice. Prices of beverages in the hotel are very high, would recommend visiting the nearby store. Free parking is a big plus, seemed safe. Very close to the arena if you are going to see a game.
Good budget hotel with everything you need for a couple days. Spacious clean room with proper wardrobe and desk. Not too far from the football stadium but you will need a taxi/car if you need to go to the city centre, or at least an understanding of the public transport.
This is a budget hotel - it is on the same price level as an Ibis, but in my opinion you get more for the money. The room was quite spacious, had a proper desk with a TV, a wardrobe and a kettle + tea/coffee. The bathroom was however a bit worn, especially the shower. They put some foot-shaped on its floor, probably to prevent guests from slipping - however dirt accumulated on the edges and it was repulsive - made me wonder if I will catch athlete's foot from using the shower. The whole room smelled a bit of old furniture, but not the point of this being a problem. However, small single beds were an issue - they were not only quite short, but also very narrow. Another thing that could be an issue in the summer is the lack of aircon - however, in November warm radiators were all I needed. Another big plus of IOR is the restaurant. The food is pretty good, the selection is good. The specialize in Italian dishes - I ordered a caprese salad and a pizza, both were pretty good. Also, breakfast buffet was excellent - with good choice and nice details like small deserts and warm milk to go with the coffee. On top of that the room service is free of charge, which is great if you want to just relax in your room after a busy day yet you want something to bite. Because I was there to lead a training I wasn't bothered by the distance from the city center and I was happy that it is quite close to the airport. Overall, despite small problems I'd say I would be back if I have to travel to Poznan on business again - and I have to do it on a budget.…