Poznan isn’t always high on the agenda for those visiting Poland. However, it really is a beautiful gem worth visiting. The cathedral, the town hall, and the zoo, as well as the eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes and bars make it a city definitely worth your while. Owing to its lesser known status, you can actually find some incredibly good options for accommodation in Poznan, that are unique, but also friendly on the wallet.
Within the Old Town you will find a range of luxury and boutique hotels – suitable for exploring the wonderful cobbled streets, churches and monuments – but at reasonable prices. This area is packed with museums, art galleries and theatres, and is the real cultural hub of the city.
However, many people also visit Poznan for business. There are often trade fairs happening, and there are some larger chain hotels who cater for this need. Staying in these hotels can be an option for the mid-range traveller. However, the flip side of this is that if you happen to be visiting during such a trade fair, you will almost certainly need to book well in advance.
Additionally, Poznan is a young student city and therefore caters well to hostel travellers and those looking for more budget Poznan accommodation.
Take a look at where to stay in Poznan on booking.com for a wide range of options.