Whether you are a fan of city breaks or travel through Poland for business, you are a solo traveller or prefer to travel with your family and friends, you will find a reasonable priced, modern and comfortable B&B Hotels across the country.
Check on our hotels in Bytom, Kielce, Wroclaw, Katowice, Lodz, Torun, Rzeszow, Nowy Targ, Krakow, Lublin and Poznań located in the very heart of the city which makes them a best choice on your business trip. We will offer you a comfortable room at a fair price and everything you need to relax after a long day and prepare for another.
B&B Hotel in our capital city Warsaw is located near the Chopin Airport. This is a perfect place to start a long journey or a business trip, but also an excellent base for people visiting the capital.
Are you planning to visit top Polish cultural destinations? There are comfortable hotels at great prices waiting for you. Relax and then take a stroll through charming streets of those cities to discover architecture treasures of Torun, Lublin and Rzeszow, Old Town in Wroclaw and Warsaw, industrial history of Lodz and Katowice and rich cultural offer of Krakow.
If you are looking for a city break or a short holiday, Poland has a lot to offer and everywhere you go, there are our hotels waiting for you.
Krakow is for sure the most popular travel destination in Poland. Krakow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. Situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland region, the city dates to the 7th century. Krakow has traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life and is one of Poland’s most important economic hubs. Our B&B Hotel in Krakow is in the very centre, near the Wawel castle, Marketplace, and the historic district of Kazimierz. The greatest attractions of the city can be reached after a short walk.
Torun is another dream destination for history lovers. Located in Northern Poland is the birthplace of the greatest and famous Nicolaus Copernicus. In the Middle Ages Torun was a prominent trade centre as a member of the Hanseatic League. Torun is the most Gothic urban complex in Poland, one of the most important and crowded tourist destinations.
The whole complex of Torun Old Quarter is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Voted the best European Destination 2018, the city of Wroclaw offers everything to satisfy even the most sophisticated travellers. The capital of Lower Silesia has a huge Old Town built on several islands connected by over 100 bridges. Apart from its unique location, Wroclaw amazes with its volume of Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture. Several musical, film and theatre festivals, as well as its busy nightlife, attract innumerable visitors from all over Poland and abroad. Wroclaw’s extremely complicated history, combining the cultural influences of Germany, Bohemia, Austria and Poland, has left its mark on the atmosphere of the city.
Warsaw is a city that has been reborn several times, rising from the ashes like the proverbial Phoenix. Warsaw today is a new, vibrant city that has been largely restored to its pre-World War II. Among the tourist attractions in Warsaw, Old Town, with its palace, churches and castles, is not to be missed. Visitors also will want to take advantage of the city’s impressive cultural activities.
If you are looking for somewhere off the beaten track, go to Lodz to discover its own unique atmosphere, rich history influenced by its multicultural inhabitants and traces of textile industry that developed there in the 19th century. It features fine Art Nouveau architecture, a rowdy nightlife and the most famous Polish film school. A visit to Lodz will undoubtedly leave you with memorable impressions and a better understanding of Poland.
For all the lovers of good music, Katowice and its festivals are a must destination. Not so long ago, the city stereotyped by many as a symbol of Silesia: the place of heavy industry, coal and steel, is now a vibrant cultural destination with its hugely popular music festivals. The Tauron New Music and OFF festivals have both been going for over a decade and are now two of the biggest alternative and electronic music festivals, respectively, in Europe. In 2015, Katowice’s musical prowess and cultural status was certified by none other than UNESCO itself as it was officially made a UNESCO City of Music as part of the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative.
If you are looking to spend some time in nature, don’t forget about our cosy B&B hotel in Nowy Targ, ideal place to stay when you are planning to discover some of the most beautiful Polish mountains. The location of the B&B Nowy Targ Hotel enables you to discover the charming places of Podhale region and nearby towns such as Białka Tatrzańska, Bukowina Tatrzańska or Zakopane. B&B Hotel Nowy Targ Centrum is an excellent choice for mountain hiking lovers, and skiing enthusiasts who after their adventures need a comfortable and affordable place to stay.
Rzeszow is a progressive economic, academic and cultural centre which is worth to discover. Our B&B hotel is located in the heart of Rzeszow and will be perfect choice if you wish to discover the charming Old Town and the vibrancy of this city and admire historical landmarks, like the Lubomirski Palace, the two synagogues and the stunning market square, or visit some of the city's fine museums.
The proximity to the Carpathian mountain range grants a rare beauty to the area, and there are many outdoor activities to explore.
It's worth coming to Lublin to discover its unique atmosphere. The beautiful Old Town, charming streets, monuments bearing witness to the city's turbulent history and regional delicacies are just some of the reasons for visiting Lublin. There are picturesque walking routes through the Old Town, restaurants, cafés and galleries. Lublin is also a university centre, a place vibrant with life and incredible energy.
Poznań - city full of charm that offers a multitude of possibilities – an economically strong metropolis, a cultural and university centre, a perfectly situated meeting place, with attractions for everyone.
Here, you can meet the most famous pair of naughty goats and taste St Martin’s croissants – the only such bake of its kind. You will take an unusual journey in time to the beginnings of the Polish state. The city also gives you an opportunity to attend a wide range of cultural events, of which the Malta Festival is the greatest, and broaden your horizons by taking part in many exhibitions or trade fair events.
B&B Poznań Old Town Hotel is located next to the Old Market Square (Stary Rynek), offering an easy access to the greatest attractions of the city and its surrounding areas. All the best things in Poznań and around it will be within your reach.
In Poland there are plenty of attractions and activities for all ages, so it is an ideal choice for a family travel and almost all our hotels offer family rooms.
In our hotels, rooms for up to four guests mean that you can spend a pleasant evening together as a family. Check our hotels in Wroclaw, Katowice, Krakow, Lodz, Nowy Targ and Lublin for more details.
Enjoy our family rooms for three or four guests and share the B&B Hotel experience with your loved ones. If you stay with a child up to 2 years old, you can put a cot-bed in the room.
Even your cat or dog is welcome to stay with you for a minimal extra charge.