Stay in style at our 5-star hotel in Wroclaw
Rich in culture and picturesque charm, Wroclaw draws countless visitors every year. By basing yourself at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw, you'll be just a few minutes' walk from major attractions, shops, restaurants and other businesses, helping you make the most of your stay in this beautiful Polish city.
Convenient accommodation near the Market Square
Our Wroclaw hotel is located near the historic Market Square, at the heart of the city, as well as popular sites such as the Panorama of Raclawice and the National Museum. If you're visiting Wroclaw on business, you'll also appreciate our proximity to Dominikanski Square - plus the local airport is just 11 kilometers away.
Savor freshly prepared Polish cuisine at Aquarelle Restaurant, and take advantage of convenient services such as underground car parking, a business center and a 24-hour fitness center. Numerous parks and river walks surround the hotel and provide optimal routes for walking or jogging.
Standard Room - Park View
Premium Room - Park View
Junior Suite - Park View
Executive Suite - Park View
Friends & Family Stay - Multiple Rooms
Home to the National Forum of Music, Wroclaw hosts a surprising number of large-scale arts events and festivals given the city's modest size. With diverse festivals such as sacred music, theater songs and jazz, the city's music scene offers a broad appeal. Wroclaw University also boasts beautiful concert venues, Leopoldinum Hall and Marianum Oratory.
Other cultural attractions abound near the hotel's location in Wroclaw city center, such as the National Museum and the Panorama of Raclawice, a cycloramic battle painting. Tour Wroclaw's Old Town for impressive examples of Renaissance and Gothic architecture, such as the historic Town Hall. Old Town's Market Square remains a vibrant center of Wroclaw's daily life and culture. The city's history, which began on Cathedral Island, dates back to the 13th century. Cathedral Island and its sister islands in the River Odra add to Wroclaw's picturesque charm with river walkways and pleasant views. Other impressive sites nearby include one of Poland's oldest botanical gardens and Centennial Hall with its surrounding attractions.
Situated in the Polish borderland of Silesia, Wroclaw is the region's largest city and the 4th largest in Poland. In the center of this exciting city you'll find a memorable assortment of lively shops, cafés, and bars, all within easy reach of the centrally located Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw. The rynek, or market square, is the heart of the city, and is just over a kilometer from the hotel. This expansive medieval plaza remains active year round; in summer it's a favorite place for outdoor drinks, and in winter an ice rink forms for skating. Convenient for travelers, the hotel sits just 2 kilometers from the central train station, and Copernicus Airport Wroclaw is only 11 kilometers away. You can purchase tickets directly at the bus or tram if you pay by credit card. The ticket machine uses both English and German.
From Wroclaw Nicolaus Copernicus Airport
Take bus 106 to Dworcowa. From Wrocław Główny, board tram 8, 9, or 11 and ride to Plac Nowy Targ. Walk east around 300 meters on Purkyniego Street and the hotel will be on the left side.By car:
From the airport, drive 11.8km via Graniczna and Strzegomska, which is typically the fastest route.
From Wrocław Główny
The hotel is just a 1.6-kilometer walk from Wroclaw's central station.By bus:
You can take the N bus toward Litewska and get off at the Urząd Wojewódzki stop. The hotel is 350m from here, along Jana Ewangelisty Purkyniego.By tram:
Take tram 8, 9, or 11 and go to Plac Nowy Targ. Go east around 300 meters on Purkyniego Street and the hotel will be on the left side.