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The Best Western Prima Hotel is the first hotel in Poland The Best Western. Is situated in picturesque neighborhood of the historical Market.
Is the result of the reconstruction and connection of four town houses. Preserved traditional facade and the historic interior harmony with a warm, held in pastel colors
To our guests disposal are apartment, 78 single and double rooms, restaurant Sir William, Piano Bar and Morris Bar, 2 conference rooms, Fitness Club and parking.
All rooms at Best Westen Prima Hotel have been arranged in such a way as to ensure that our guests for rest and relaxation. The rooms have the same high standard - are air conditioned and equipped with comfortable furniture, mini-bar, telephone, tv sat and telephone internet connection.
Wroclaw - municipal borough in south-western Poland, the seat of the Lower Silesia province and district of Wroclaw. Situated in Hadju-bihar Silesian, in proglacial stream valley Wroclaw, on the Odra river and four its tributaries. It is called the Venice of the North. Is a historic capital of Silesia. In Wroclaw hybridise are two main road shopping - Via Regia and amber trail. The town had to League Skontaktuj się z nami
the main city of Wroclaw Agglomeration. The fourth largest population in the town in Poland - 632.996 inhabitants, the fifth surface - 293 km². Wroclaw is also one of the oldest Polish cities in terms of location on the rights of the urban areas.
Former head of the duchy of Wroclaw. The seat of the Prussian Province of Silesia and the Wroclaw. From 28 June 1946 Capital of Wroclaw. From 1 January 1999 the capital of Lower Silesia province.
Detailed facility location at Wroclaw:
Street: accommodations ul. Kielbasnicza