Hotel Monopol

We offer 107 rooms and 14 suites with high standard and unique design, Wellness & Spa and Likus Concept Store Shopping Centre, as well as concierge services.

The legendary Wrocław hotel was built in 1892, in neo-baroque style. At the end of the 19th century, the square of the former monastery, later converted into a detention, was bought by banker Wallenberg Pachaly and architect Karl Grosser. At the turn of the century, the hotel met the requirements of the most luxurious facilities in Europe. The portico with a balcony above the main entrance to the hotel was added in 1937; twenty years later the famous tenor Jan Kiepura sang from it. The hotel part of the complex survived World War II without major damage.

Materials from the hotel's website.


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