Booking a Première Classe hotel during a trip to Poland means that you are guaranteed to enjoy an affordable and comfortable stay. Our inexpensive hotels, such as that in Warsaw, have rooms equipped with a private toilet and shower, Wi-Fi, a TV, and a desk. Parking and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet also await you.
If you opt for a stay in Poland, book a hotel room in Warsaw, the capital. Discover the old town, entirely reconstructed after the war, and its royal castle. A longer stay will let you visit beautiful Krakow with the Wawel castle, the Renaissance palace, and the Jewish district of Kazimierz. Also visit Wroclaw, the “Polish Venice” where one of our affordable hotels is located.
Poland: culinary specialties to taste
Polish cuisine is composed of dishes with simple and invigorating ingredients. The soups are very popular, with beets (barszcz), rye flour (zurek), or mushrooms. For a weekend at our hotels in Warsaw or Wroclaw, try out the many traditional restaurants and their local specialties: bigos, a kind of dressed sauerkraut, pierogi, sweet or savory raviolis, or golabki, cabbage stuffed with meat and rice. For a very gourmet stay, try the sernik, a cake with fromage blanc or piernik, the traditional gingerbread cake.
The big events in Poland
To enjoy the cultural events, book a hotel room in Warsaw in the summer so that you can go to its open-air jazz festival or to the International Chopin Festival. You can also plan for a stay or a weekend at a hotel in Wroclaw in September to go to the classical music concerts and ballets from Wratislavia Cantans. Finally, on March 21 the very popular folk festival of the drowning of Marzanna is held throughout Poland.