For some years, Poznań has been aspiring to be the capital of Polish design. It is no wonder that more and more boutique hotels appear on its map - not too large in size, but with their own individual style in decor, often created by renown interior designers. Now and again, excellent art pieces and antique furniture is part of their stylish interiors. They are high standard hotels, not owned by a large hotel chain.
Discover Poznań’s boutique hotels:
Blow Up Hall 5050*****
An avant garde, glamorously designed hotel, on historic premises, part of the Stary Browar complex. Each and every detail has been created to make the stay an unforgettable experience for its guests. Blow Up Hall is the winner of Top Hotel 2009 Award for best hotel facilities in Poland in the Design category.
Address: ul. Kościuszki 42, 61-891 Poznań
City Solei Boutique Hotel****
An intimate hotel not far from Stary Rynek. The interiors of all 22 rooms are distinguished by their individual design, inspired by the atmosphere of some of the most beautiful cities in the world, and tied together by their comfort and high standard.
Garden Boutique Hotel
Garden Boutique Hotel is a facility located in the very heart of Poznań. This 19th century antique town house has been meticulously renovated, which gives the hotel a unique boutique character, combining intimacy, cosiness and serenity.
Platinum Palace Residence****
Located in the historic, Neo-Renaissance villa from the 1940’s, in Łazarz - the park district of Poznań - Platinum Palace Residence is an ideal place for the lovers of beautiful interiors, exquisite cuisine and above all else - the highest standard of service.
The hotel was created with two joint townhouses - one from the late 18th, and the other from early 19th century. The buildings’ historical value and the meticulously preserved, authentic elements with over 200 years of history oblige to assure the highest hotel standards. Specially designed stylish furniture and sophisticated draperies are all in unison with the interior’s unique character.