Finding an ideal quaint small hotel in Wloclawek does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Aleksander, a nice option for travelers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Maria-Himmelfahrt-Dom (0.5 mi) and Museum of the Diocese of Wloclawek (0.5 mi) make Hotel Aleksander a great place to stay when visiting Wloclawek.
In addition, while staying at Hotel Aleksander guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a coffee shop, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy free breakfast while staying at Hotel Aleksander. Need a place to park? Free parking is available at Hotel Aleksander.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the cafes, including Kawiarnia Jan Szyling and Kawiarnia Jan Szyling, all of which are a short distance from Hotel Aleksander.
Should time allow, Marina on the Vistula River, Basilica Cathedral of the St. Mary Assumption, Wloclawek, Poland, and Church of St. John the Baptist are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Hotel Aleksander looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Wloclawek.
Stayed here on business with 2 colleagues. Room was quite basic with 2 separated single beds but comfortable. Only negative with the room was the radiator in the bathroom wasn’t working. Had dinner in the restaurant and we were very impressed with the quality of the food and service. Breakfast was also very tasty with good selection of foods.
As I stayed at Hotel Młyn on my last 2 visits to Włoclawek, I thought I would give Hotel Aleksander a go this time. The hotel looks beautiful from the outside and is well maintained as is the Reception area. The rooms are accessible using a key rather than a card as the majority of hotels use nowadays. Even then the keys dont work unless you push it all the way in and then pull it out a bit, only then will the key turn to unlock the door. The rooms are very dated with uncomfortable low beds on which you can feel the springs in your back. There is no kettle to make coffee and the lock on the bathroom is missing. Breakfast is very basic and staff in the breakfast room are virtually non-existant. Parking however is secure and not charged for. It will be a beautiful hotel once someone decides to spend some money on modernising it drastically. …
If you are looking for a formal meal setting with good food and excellent service this is the place. Excellent location to bring business clients for lunch or dinner. Offers many traditional polish meals but there is something for everyone.
The building and surrounding grounds are lovely, but what if the customer service is useless? I wanted to arrange a family event for quite a few people. Asked for a quote, got totally ignored. I'd have probably spend £500-700 but they did not care at all. That's not how you treat your customers nowadays, especially when there is plenty of other hotels in town.
We stayed here as part of a mixed group (singles, couples and a family). The complex is set in lovely grounds with off road parking, the restaurant and 2 accommodation blocks separated by a short walk. The restaurant is in a chateau style building and the multiple dinning areas are beautifully decorated and furnished. The food was excellent with a wonderful and varied buffet style breakfast which was included in the price. The evening meals were very good value though it is advisable to check with the waiter as to what the dishes are. The 'traditional black soup' (made of ducks blood) springs to mind as definitely an acquired taste. The staff were friendly and helpful though there were some language difficulties. I would love to give this hotel full marks but alas our rooms though clean and adequate for our sort of visit (we were out for most of the day) were small, the shower stall barely adequate (I smacked my head a few times as I tried to wash my feet), no tea/coffee making equipment, had to request a fan to cool the room and the real downer (despite requesting a double room) we had twin beds with no mattresses only the divan bases! We never did discover what had happened to them but several other members of our group were in the same situation. Its highly unlikely that we will ever be in that area again but if so we would go there again having made it quite plain (in Polish) that beds, sans mattresses are not acceptable. It should be noted that the dinning area and some rooms have only stair access.…