Welcome to Base 15 on Kepa Mieszczańskiej- hostel on the island in the center of Wroclaw. The place of the former barracks, where he created a unique hostel in a military atmosphere.
Base 15 is an intimate hotel with its dozen beds. We offer cheap sleeping in the center of Wroclaw in comfort. Motorized provide free parking, cyclists close proximity to bike paths and WiFi Internet users in the rooms. Our advantage is the convenient location in the city center, in a quiet side street - 5 minute walk to Boulevards Nadodrzanskie and 15 to the City Hall. We provide cheap accommodation in Wroclaw, interesting and neat interiors. The accommodation launched in July 2010.
- CHECK-starts at 16.00 and ends at 11.00
- The Base 15 is completely non-smoking
- Children under 3 years sleep for free
- GIVE DISCOUNTS - TO SEND US INQUIRY
- Location in Wroclaw CENTRE 15 minutes to the Market
- Free PARKING next to the hostel
- Shop and a gas station nearby
- INTERNET free Wi-Fi and a work area with a computer
- Bed linen and towels included in the price
- Quiet neighborhood
- Kitchenette Public
- Free coffee and tea.
- Intimate atmosphere of a small hostel
Wroclaw - a city with county rights in south-western Poland, the seat of the Lower Silesia and the county of Wroclaw. Located on the Silesian Lowland, in Pradolinie Wroclaw on the Oder River and its four tributaries. It is sometimes called the Venice of the North. It is the historic capital of Silesia. In Wroclaw, they crossed two major trade routes - Via Regia and Amber Road. The city belonged to the Hanseatic League. It is the main city of Wroclaw agglomeration. The fourth most populous city in Poland - 632 996 inhabitants, the fifth in terms of area - 293 km2. Wrocław is also one of the oldest Polish cities in terms of location on the city rights. Former seat of the Duchy of Wroclaw. The seat of the Prussian province of Silesia and the regency of Wroclaw. From June 28, 1946 capital city of the province of Wroclaw. From 1 January 1999 the capital of Lower Silesia. 1000 r. By decree of Pope Sylvester II, the city became the capital of the newly created diocese of Wroclaw (one of four in Poland), in 1929 the Archdiocese of Wroclaw, and since 1992 the metropolis of Wroclaw.
Detailed facility location at Wroclaw:
District: accommodations in district Srodmiescie