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Mat's Hotel Star Rating 3        
Bulgarska 115

With a mix of old-world and contemporary architecture, this eclectic hotel is 2 km from Lech Poznań soccer stadium and 5 km from Poznań's landmark 14th-century town hall and square.The cozy rooms feature antique furnishings, modern en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and minifridges. All also offer bottled water and free Wi-Fi, and upgraded rooms add whirlpool baths.
Hotel Stare Miasto Star Rating 3        
Rybaki 36

This warm, downtown hotel is an 8-minute stroll from the grand Renaissance town hall, a 10-minute walk from the National Museum and 2 km from the Imperial Castle.The cozy, subdued rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks. Upgraded rooms add pull-out couches.
Malta Premium Hotel Star Rating 4        
Ul. Bnińska 16

This villa-style hotel, set back from a tranquil city-center street, lies an 8-minute walk from Park Tysiąclecia. It's also 3 km from Lake Malta and 4 km from the Imperial Castle, built in 1910Modern rooms all feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. Upgraded rooms add balconies, and suites come with minifridges and separate living rooms.
Hotel Lech Poznan Star Rating 2        
Święty Marcin 74

This utilitarian hotel in the city center is 2 minutes' walk from the Imperial Castle, which has a museum, and 14 minutes' walk from Poznan Glowny railway station.Unpretentious rooms have private bathrooms, and provide complimentary Wi-Fi and TVs. Kids age 3 and under stay at no additional cost with a parent.
Belle Epoque Poznan        
Ul. Prusa 6

This urban guest house is 1.3 km from the Imperial Castle, 1.4 km from the site of the Poznań International Fair and 3 km from Stary Rynek, Poznań's main market square.
Pomaranczarnia Hostel Apartamenty Star Rating 3        
Ulica Rybaki 12

This upscale apartment hotel is 3 km from both the Gothic-style cathedral, Bazylika Archikatedralna św. Piotra i Pawła, and the park by Lake Malta. It's also 6 km from Nowe Zoo.
Comm Hotel Poznan Star Rating 3        
Bukowska 350

This understated hotel is 1 kilometer from Port Lotniczy Poznań-Ławica airport, 6 km from the Stare Zoo and 9 km from the 19th-century Park Cytadela fort.The straightforward rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add separate living areas.
Comm Apartment Poznan        
Wojskowa 9F/4

This understated hotel is 1 kilometer from Port Lotniczy Poznań-Ławica airport, 6 km from the Stare Zoo and 9 km from the 19th-century Park Cytadela fort.The straightforward rooms offer flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add separate living areas.
Art Hostel Poznan Star Rating 2        
ul. Mielżyńskiego 23, Stare Miasto District

This trendy budget hostel is set on a cobbled street and lies a 5-minute walk from the Imperial Castle, built in 1910. It's also an 11-minute walk from the 16th-century Poznań Town Hall.Accommodations range from dorms with bunk beds and lockers to rooms with flat-screen TVs and sofas.
Ilonn Hotel Star Rating 3        
Szarych Szeregów 16

This streamlined, modern hotel is 2 km from Poznań Strzeszyn railway station, 7 km from Park Cytadela and 11 km from the Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul.
 
 
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Poznan is a city in mid-west Poland. It lies on the banks of the Warta river and is the capital of the Greater Poland Voivodeship. The oldest part of town is on the island of Ostrow Tumski. This is where you will find the cathedral and the museum of the Arch-Diocese. In the Market Square, which is in the centre of Poznan, you can visit the Historical Museum, which is housed in the Renaissance-style Town Hall. Watch out for the clock tower and its ornamental lambs. The Museum of Art is in the imposing Royal Castle, while nearby is a lovely Baroque church. The area around Poznan is blessed with some pretty lakes. Malta Lake is famous for its regattas and has recreational zones where you can cycle, skate and ski on an artificial slope. It is also the scene of lots of open-air shows. Nature lovers will be glad to know that the city has not one, but two zoos, the Old Zoo and the New Zoo. Close to the city is the Greater Poland National Park. Greater Poland is full of castles and palaces, some of the best of which are Rogalin and Kornik castles. You can get around Poznan on its tram network. You will find plenty of accommodation and restaurants on offer that, together with the hospitality of the locals, will ensure you have a wonderful stay.