Accommodation In Poland
More than a dose of culture in Krakow
Those who visit Krakow, generally do so for the sole reason of discovering more about Poland's diverse history. This populous city is considered the cultural and historical capital of Poland, with evidence showing settlements as far back as 20,000 BC. A visit is rarely complete without seeing the sights in Old Town or venturing out to Auschwitz.
Thanks to its international popularity, there are plenty of hotels in Krakow to choose from. Award-winning accommodation includes the Metropolitan Boutique Hotel, which houses you in a 19th-Century building and is only minutes from the sights, and the Crystal Suites, where you can enjoy quality service and modern elegance.
The modern city of Warsaw
Poland's capital city, Warsaw, was almost completely destroyed during World War II, so a lot of the city possesses a post-war modernism style. While staying in Warsaw, you can still visit historic sites such as The Castle Square in the Old Town, but you also have access to modern entertainment including museums, a thriving nightlife and sporting events.
Accommodation in Warsaw is widely recognised for bringing modern luxuries to the city, thanks to the numerous 5- and 4-star hotels that rise high and light up the night sky. It's also possible to find budget-friendly hotels that keep you pampered and ready for big days of sightseeing.
Poland's seaport city
Gdansk has quickly become a popular summer destination for Poles and international visitors alike, thanks to its close proximity to the ocean and its array of outdoor attractions and dining spots. A short tram ride gets you from your hotel to Stogi Beach, known for its fine sand and cool water.
Where you choose to stay in Gdansk depends on what you want to do in the city. There are plenty of hotels located near Old Town, where you can see the city's historic sites, or you can stay along the waterfront at hotels including the Hilton, Hanza Hotel and the Radisson Blu.