Best Poznan holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Poznan
Hampton By Hilton Poznan Old TownFeaturing a bar, Hampton By Hilton Poznan Old Town is set in Poznań in the Greater Poland region, 700 metres from National Museum and less than 1 km from Royal Castle. Among the facilities of this property are a restaurant, a 24-hour front desk and a shared lounge, along with free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel features family rooms.Book now
Ibis Poznan CentrumLocated in Poznań, 700 metres from Stary Browar, Ibis Poznan Centrum provides accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a bar and a casino. This 3-star hotel offers an ATM. The accommodation features a 24-hour front desk, room service and luggage storage for guests.Book now
PURO Poznań Stare MiastoLocated in the heart of Poznań 250 metres from the Old Market Square, 4-star PURO Poznań Old Town hotel offers a restaurant with an open-air terrace garden, as well as a fitness centre. Modern, air-conditioned rooms here feature free WiFi, as well as a package of free minutes for domestic and international phonecalls. Each room comes with a tablet, which can be used as a remote for lighting, TV and climate control.Book now
Old Town Centrum Residence ApartmentsLocated in a historic townhouse 200 metres from Poznań’s Old Market Square, Old Town Centrum Residence Apartments offers accommodation in spacious apartments with free Wi-Fi. The Warta River Waterfront is within 650 metres. A paid multi-storey car park is located 200 metres from the property at Za Bramką 13 Street.Book now
Very Berry - Podgorna 1c - Old City Apartments, check in 24hProviding city views and free WiFi, Very Berry - Podgorna 1c - Old City Apartments, check in 24h provides accommodation well set in Poznań, within a short distance of National Museum, Royal Castle and City Hall.Book now
Good Time Apartments Strzelecka IIIGood Time Apartments Strzelecka III is situated in the Stare Miasto District district of Poznań, 700 metres from St. Stanislaus the Bishop Church and less than 1 km from National Museum. Free WiFi is available throughout the property and private parking is available on site.Book now
Park Inn by Radisson PoznanLocated in Poznań, 300 metres from City Hall, Park Inn by Radisson Poznan offers air-conditioned accommodation and a fitness centre. The property is close to St. Stanislaus the Bishop Church, Royal Castle and National Museum. Free WiFi is available.Book now
Hotel DeSilva Premium PoznańSituated in the Stare Miasto District district in Poznań, just 2 km from the Poznań International Fair, Hotel DeSilva Premium Poznań is air-conditioned and features free WiFi access. The property offers paid private parking and an on-site bar.Book now
Poznan, or Poznan, is one of the largest cities in the country and is the historical capital of Wielkopolska. Interesting sights and the location on the Warta River ensure that every year many visitors make Poznan the destination of their holiday. If you would like to undertake an extended round trip by car, you can now find an apartment in Poznan here with us. First you could discover the German capital and live in an Apartment in Berlin. About 280 kilometers west is Posen an der Warthe. Whether you prefer couchsurfing in Poznan or rather a private holiday apartment, is of course up to you, but an apartment in Poznan simply gives you more freedom and comfort, because here you do not live directly with your host in the same apartment, but can switch and operate as you would like. In addition, nice neighbours will certainly give you one or two insider tips about where to find the most beautiful sights and the best restaurants or which clubs are hip in the city right now.
Polish cosiness in apartments in Poznan
Poznan offers many districts where you can stay overnight. If you want to live in a central location, you probably decide on an Apartment in Stare Miasto or a private Holiday apartment in Wilda. From here you can easily discover the city by public transport, because bus and tram lines connect sightseeing and excursion destinations. A stroll through the old town is definitely a must, as the Old Town Hall and the Old Market Square are located here directly on the famous Cathedral Island. Also worth seeing is the Poznan Cathedral, the foundation stone of which was laid around 968. Between 1905 and 1910 the striking residence castle was built, which is today used as a cultural centre “Zamek”. Via the famous route of the kings and emperors you can reach not only the many other sights, museums or galleries of the city, but also beautiful parks and gardens. Nearby are Lake Malta and “Tor Poznan”, the FIA approved motorsport circuit.
From private accommodation in Poznan to nightlife
Poznan is not only the most important traffic junction between Berlin and Warsaw, it is also a university city that has remained young thanks to its students and is one of the country’s cultural metropolises. From your private accommodation in Poznan you can literally get enough of historical buildings and at the same time satisfy your hunger in the many restaurants that offer delicious local dishes, including hearty stews as well as meat and fish dishes. The party atmosphere is also good, as Poznan is said to have a better nightlife than Warsaw and Krakow, for example. International DJs meet here night after night to play hot house, techno or other hip beats. And if you want to travel on after a few days, you’ll also find great private holiday homes in Warsaw or Gdansk.
Latest reviews for places in Poznan
We had a great stay in Poznan for two nights. The location of the flat and as well the view out of the flat are perfect! Maybe the sleeping sofa / bed is too small for tall people and a bit to hard for a longer stay but for a weekend trip perfectly adaquate. We would book the flat again if we'd visit Poznan for a second time.Sandra reviewed City Hall View in Stare Miasto