If you're looking for budget hotels in Poznan, you have 40 options to choose from, such as Hotel Royal and Ibis Poznan Polnoc. Students and budget travelers to Poznan could consider staying at Retro Hostel, which offers rooms at 34US$ per one-night stay and is set 0.4 miles from the downtown. Pentagos is a charming choice that offers affordable rates at 61US$ per night and a convenient location near Sad Rejonowy Poznan-Stare Miasto. Guests searching for a budget stay in Poznan can try Hostel Poznan Baj, situated in Grunwald district, and which offers cycling, free private parking and free parking.
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In Poznan city center, you will find Blow Up Hall 5050, which offers views of the city as well as a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a patio. Hotel Rzymski is centrally situated and close to Galeria MM. To explore Nowe Miasto district, choose a hotel near Kosciol pw. NMP Niepokalanie Poczetej, such as Malta Premium Hotel with room rates from 68US$.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Poznan
Upscale hotels situated in Jeżyce district include Regatta Hotel Restauracja Spa and Hotel Kolegiacki. If you are passionate about design and luxuriousness, choose Ilonn Boutique Limanowskiego near The 15th Poznan Uhlans Regiment Monument or City Solei Boutique Hotel near Pomnik Powstancow Wielkopolskich.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
For short stay travelers, apartments such as Nowy Apartament Marcelin or Apartamenty Punkt Widzenia near Poznan-Lawica Henryk Wieniawski airport may be ideal. We have great B&B accommodation options, such as Capital Apartments Centrum - Piekary with a room rate from 52US$. If you want to be near Kolegiata pw. Matki Boskiej Nieustajacej Pomocy i sw. Marii Magdaleny, pick Hampton By Hilton Poznan Old Town, which is a good option for families and just a 5-minute walk away. Hotel Moderno is a popular resort to stay in Poznan, it comes with a sauna and a patio as well as views of the sea.
City Guide: Discover the best of Poznan
Poznan is truly antique.
Set along the Warta River stretches the oldest of Poland's cities. The country's birthplace, Poznan breathes with the nostalgia of the graceful Wielkopolska's capital reflected in the earliest Poznan Cathedral and the tombs of the first Polish rulers within the city.
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The historical heart of Wielkopolska province or Greater Poland, Poznan has moved through the mists of time to become a bustling European city. Sitting at the east-west crossroads, Poznan absorbs the best features of leading destinations. From the nearby Paris it took the aura of romance, while Moscow brought the open-minded Russian outlook. In addition, Berlin cultivated in Poznan a love for fairs.
Thus, Poznan is also recognized for its vibrant celebrations that make it almost impossible to reach in high season. Even though the city is a showplace for a multitude of performances, music and dancing events, the most popular event is the Malta theatre festival usually held in late June. This easy-going lifestyle in the city transformed it into an attractive draw for the young at heart. They shaped a youthful outlook, despite Poznan's antique cityscape. On the other hand, medieval churches and baroque interiors are among the many things to do for culture buffs in the city.
- The Old Town Square dates back to 1253 and today features old palaces, monument of Persephone and baroque statue of Jan Niepomucen
- The Town Hall is a symbol of the city built in the 13th century and later redesigned with Renaissance touches by an Italian architect J. B. Quadro
- The Parish Church, built in 1649 as a Jesuit monastery, but today it is a beautiful baroque building
- St. Adalbert's Hill with historic churches from the 15th century
- Ostrow Tumski, a historic place where the first Poles found the first castle
Poznan already served as the Wielkopolska's capital when Poland joined Prussia in 1793. The Prussian rule was interrupted by Napoleon's invasion, but soon after liberation Poland again became a Prussian province till the World War I pushed Prussia to the hands of the German Empire during the unification of 1871. It was a heyday for Poznan with a building boom, a new theater and the Kaiser's Residence constructed in the old town. After wartime, Poznan was included in a restored Poland.
Today Poznan is a bustling city sustained through trade, education and industry. As the fourth largest industrial center, Poznan is a very attractive city for foreign investments, especially German and Dutch money in the city. It means that Poznan is old, but with all modern comforts. You can rely on Booked.net to organize your warm welcome in Poznan hotels.