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Wrocław

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Wieniawa

Hotel <br>Wieniawa
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The Wieniawa Hotel is an ideal place for those looking for accommodation in Wroclaw. It is located in the city centre, a 10 minutes’ drive from the railway station and a 15 minutes’ drive from the Wroclaw Market and Ostrów Tumski. Thanks to its convenient location, guests have easy access to the city’s attractions, which will be particularly appreciated by tourists and families with children. For the youngest guests, the ideal route for exploring the attractions of the city is to look for small dwarves hidden in various places in Wroclaw.
To those who value comfort and relaxation, the facility offers accommodation in spacious rooms equipped with a TV set and free access to Wi-Fi. Those looking to take advantage of additional benefits can use the services of a beauty or hairdressing salon.
The friendly atmosphere of the hotel located in the centre of the city ensures relax and well-being of our guests. Our staff will be happy to answer any questions about nearby tourist attractions and places of interest.
The two-star facility is appreciated not only by businessmen, but also by tourists who are looking for a cheap hotel in Wroclaw. In the vicinity, you will find such tourist attractions as: Wroclaw Water Park, SkyBowling or Fitness & Spa in Fitness Academy located in the nearby Sky Tower.
For guests arriving by car, the hotel offers an attended car park.
The hotel is pet-friendly!

 

 

 

 

Hotel <br>Wieniawa

telefon: 71 780 90 00

email: wieniawa@hotelewam.pl

Pobyt w Hotelu Wieniawa wspominam bardzo miło. Wystrój hotelu był bardzo zadowalający i bardzo ładny. Pokój hotelowy okazał się być bardzo przestronny i komfortowy, a sama obsługa była bardzo pomocna!
Bartosz K. Poznań

Room facilities

  • LCD TV
  • free Wi-Fi
  • telephone
  • hairdryer
  • daily newspappers
  • electrical kettle
  • mineral water

Additionally

  • pet-friendly hotel
  • styling services
  • beauty services

The layout of rooms

  • 41 single rooms
  • 103 double rooms
  • 8 triple rooms
  • 8 studio rooms
  • 2 apartments
  • Total number of rooms: 162
  • Total number of beds: 291

Conference rooms

The business and conference facilities of our hotel in Wroclaw provide comprehensive service of training, conferences and business meetings. The participants can use three conference rooms that can accommodate up to 70 people. The air-conditioned rooms are equipped with the necessary audio-visual equipment, and free wireless Internet access. The hotel restaurant enjoys great popularity among our Guests, and is able to cater for any conference as regards coffee and lunch breaks.

Conference rooms
Hotel Restauracja

For our Guests, the hotel restaurant offers buffet-style breakfasts. The restaurant offers full service of special events, integration events, weddings, banquets and meetings in smaller groups.
In addition, the restaurant offers exquisite dishes, and in the evening invites guests for relaxation with their favourite cocktail. Our restaurant stands out from other hotel facilities in Wroclaw.

Menu

telefon: 71 780 80 12, 71 780 80 13

Contact

Hotel Wieniawa, Wroclaw

  • ul. Gajowicka 130
    53-322 Wroclaw
    Lower Silesian Voivodeship
  • tel: 71 780 90 00
    fax: 71 361 95 61
  • wieniawa@hotelewam.pl

How to get to us?

GPS
N - 51.089992
E - 17.007596
Airport

from the airport

get on a Route 406 bus stop; get off at “Nowodworska” bus stop; then, get on a Route 134 bus, and get off at “Krucza” bus stop or get on a Route 406 bus, and get off at “Renoma” bus stop to take a Route 20 tram and get off at “Sztabowa” stop

Railway
station

from the railway and bus station

get on a Route 125 bus towards “Al. Piastów”, and get off at “Krucza” bus stop

or get on a Route 2 tram, and get off at “Sztabowa” bus stop;

Tourist attractions

  • Town Hall
  • Aula Leopoldina
  • Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wroclaw
  • Centennial Hall
  • Japanese Garden
  • Panorama of the Battle of Racławice
  • Jaś and Małgosia Houses
  • Wroclaw Opera
  • Market Hall
  • Wroclaw Dwarves
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Highlights

  • Wroclaw is the city of dwarves. In 2001, the first dwarf appeared in Wroclaw, which commemorated the happenings organised by the Orange Alternative. Since then, dwarves have rooted themselves into the landscape of the city, and their number is constantly growing. The best-known figures are Wrocklik, located on Bema Street, and Pożarki at Św. Elżbiety Street.
    Wroclaw is called ‘Venice of the North’, as many rivers and streams flow through the city. Currently, the city has 112 bridges and 12 islands. The name “Venice of the North” is used for promotional purposes also by such cities as Amsterdam and Petersburg.
  • In Wroclaw, there are many parks and forests. One of the favourite places where Wroclaw inhabitants spend their time is the Japanese Garden, located next to the Centennial Hall.
    One of the popular tourist attractions is the fountain located near the Centennial Hall. In summer evenings, there are water shows to the rhythm of modern or classical music.
  • While visiting Wroclaw, it is worth to see the 18th century Aula Leopoldina, located at the University of Wroclaw. The name of the room comes from the founder of the university – Holy Roman Emperor Leopold I.
  • In 2016, for one year, Wroclaw will become the European Capital of Culture. At that time, the city will be the place of festivals, concerts, as well as artistic and cultural events. This title is awarded each year by the European Union to a different city in order to raise awareness of European citizens of the cultural heritage of the continent.
  • Wroclaw Central Station is the longest hall in Poland. It is more than 200 meters long! In its western part, there is the last European railway station cinema.
  • On the wall of one of the tenement houses on Szewska Street, there is a relief of dancing women. According to a legend, these were disobedient daughters, who spent a lot of time on amusements and love affairs. On Good Friday, the girls wanted to go out dancing, but their mother forbade them. In order to keep them at home, she locked them in their room. The girls, however, did not want to listen to her and decided to go out through the window. Unfortunately, while attempting to escape, they were petrified.

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