Hill Inn Guesthouse
Guesthouse Hill Inn is an accommodation facility offering single, double, triple and quadruple rooms, 70% with private bathrooms. We do not offer beds like hostels, we are focused to ensure that all our rooms have their own bathrooms. Hill Inn is a slightly more modest offer than two-star hotels, but noticeably cheaper and offers accommodation in the heart of the Poznan*s Old Town.
The price of accommodation at Hill Inn includes:
- comfortable hotel bed with bed linen and towels;
- free Internet access (wi-fi, up to 300Mb),
- a unique view from the terrace of the Town Hall and the Old Market Square,
- an intimate patio at the Royal Castle,
- access to the kitchen and breakfast room (during reception opening hours),
- luggage storage on arrival and departure,
- hair dryer, iron,
- tourist information.
The washing machine and a dryer are available as well (extra charge).
We offer also our delicious breakfasts * in the form of a smorgasbord, prepared “with heart” by our staff.
* for sanitary reasons, the breakfast service is actually suspended. You can eat breakfast in cafes nearby (information at the reception).
YOU CAN NOT GET CLOSER ..
Hill Inn is located in the very center of Poznań, in the Old Town
at the foot of the Royal Castle, 100 meters from the Town Hall, at Zamkowa (“Castle”) Street which connects the Old Market Square and the Royal Castle.
The Hill Inn occupies a tenement house – a villa built in 1890, where there was a registry office until 1945. The renovated building is currently at the disposal of our guests, offering greater safety and comfort of stay. We have our own closed patio open all year round. Our terrace, from which you can see the center of the Old Town, is an additional attraction. At the foot of the terrace you can see the Old Market Square and the Town Hall.
AROUND HILL INN
Zamkowa Street leads straight to the center of the Old Market Square. Within 2-3 minutes you can reach one of several dozen restaurants, cafes or any pub in the Old Town. A 15-20 minute walk allows you to walk from Hill Inn to places such as the Poznań Fair, the railway station and the bus station, as well as to the Cathedral, Malta and most of Poznań’s museums. From the windows of the Hill Inn, lovers of monuments will see tenement houses and the center of the Old Town, the Franciscan Church and the medieval defensive wall, which is part of the oldest royal residence in Poland, erected by King Przemysł II in the 13th century (older than Wawel in Cracow)