Hotel Monopol in Wroclaw is a five-star upscale hotel located in the very center of the city. This is where art connects with business, and tradition and modernity.
Marble, luxuriously finished interiors of this oldest Wroclaw building, fresh flowers, as well as professional and friendly service will provide you with a comfortable rest. We also offer an atmospheric Spa and delicious restaurants and cafes serving exquisite dishes and aromatic drinks.
The exclusive Hotel Monopol has been restored with attention to every detail. Contemporary architecture and interior furnishings perfectly harmonize in the urban space with the gothic shape of the neighboring church.
In the exclusive Monopol Hotel, 121 rooms are available, including 3 luxury suites and 11 standard suites. All rooms are individually designed and comfortably furnished.
Luxury Hotel Monopol Wroclaw it was built in the neo-baroque style at the end of the 19th century, when the square of the former monastery, later converted into detention, was bought by banker Wallenberg Pachaly and architect Karl Grosser. In 1892, a luxury hotel was opened that at that time belonged to the most exclusive facilities of its kind in Europe. A portico with a balcony above the main entrance to the hotel was added in the 1937 year, and twenty years later, Jan Kiepura sang it.
The hotel section survived the war without major damage. In 1948, the World Congress of Intellectuals was organized here, and in the Hotel Monopol they stayed, among others Pablo Picasso, Irene Joliot-Curie and Nobel laureate Mikhail Szolochow. The hotel and the adjacent commercial part, rebuilt in 1961 and turned into a café, became the property of Orbis during the communist era. It was still an exclusive place that attracted people of culture, and in the hotel restaurant you could meet, among others. director of the Wrocław Opera Stanisław Drabik, Jerzy Grotowski, Aleksander Bardini and Ewa Demarczyk.
At the turn of the 20th and 21st centuries, the building of the Monopol Hotel and the former department store on the corner of today's Świdnicka and Modrzejewska streets were restored with immense attention to historic and historical details. The interiors of the hotel have been given a modern, luxurious look, and the premises on the ground floor and in the basement of the former commercial part have been restored to its original function and that's where exclusive stores have found their place.
Hotel Monopol offers you a rest in luxurious interiors, and a wide range of services will ensure a comfortable stay for both tourists and business guests.
Rooms and apartments
The luxurious five-star Hotel Monopol offers its guests 121 rooms, including 3 luxury apartments and 11 standard suites. All rooms have been designed with attention to every detail, comfortably furnished and luxuriously finished, so that each guest feel special with us.
Double room standard
Hotel Monopol Wrocław offers you spacious, air-conditioned standard rooms, luxuriously finished with the highest quality materials, such as silk, taffeta or Canadian walnut. Bathrooms have been decorated with marble.
8 twin rooms with double beds and 58 rooms with a large double bed are available.
From the windows there is an unforgettable view of the historic opera house, the church of St. Dorothy or hotel patio.
On request, it is possible to place a cot or extra bed in each room.
Double room Lux
Lux rooms of the Monopol Hotel are mainly located on the side of the Gothic church of St. Dorota and Pasaż Świdnicki. Their exclusive design, designed in keeping with historical elements, harmonizes with the history of this place. The double arches or steel structures covered by a brick arch mark the old historical part of the building.
The bathrooms were finished in marble, and each type was made of a different kind of stone. Luxurious decor, heated floors, and the fact that some of the bathrooms are open towards the room make the interior an exclusive character.
The spacious, air-conditioned, luxurious rooms of the Hotel Monopol are finished with the highest quality materials, such as delicate silk, fine taffeta and Canadian walnut, and marble in the bathrooms. The rooms are equipped with two comfortable separate beds, and in some there is a possibility to place a children's bed or an extra bed.
In the exclusive Monopol Wrocław Hotel, all Standard Apartments consist of two rooms. There is a separate seating area and a spacious bedroom at your disposal. A part of these luxuriously furnished apartments, located in the lower, classicizing part of the hotel, with high, facade windows open to Pasaż Świdnicki, hides decorative 19th-century architectural details in the form of finely finished pilasters and stucco ornaments of the ceiling.
Apartments located in the main part of the hotel building, with windows overlooking the Gothic shape of the church of St. Dorota, owes its internal division of the luxuriously furnished space to arcaded, brick arches supported by cast iron constructions, marking the old edge of the building. Interiors equipped with oak furniture, decorated with delicate silk fabrics are exceptionally cozy and moody. Each bathroom is lined with a different type of marble.
These exclusive interiors have one wall entirely made of glass, where diagonal window frames, reaching from the floor to the ceiling create a perfect harmony with gothic buttresses and pinnacles from the church of St. Dorothy.
The Lux Apartments of the Monopol Hotel are exclusive spaces located in the corner parts of the lower, Art Nouveau part of the complex, perfectly reflecting the light of Belle Epoque. They are divided into two parts, which form a spacious study room and an equally spacious luxurious bedroom. In the residential part, on the walls of some apartments, a reconstructed wallpaper from the end of the 19th century was laid. Powerful glass panes in the windows harmonize perfectly with the dark walnut floor and the oak of the large bed. The bathroom has a bathtub and a separate shower.
The exclusive Master Suite of the Monopol Wroclaw Hotel consists of two spacious rooms, a separate sleeping area, a small dressing room and an open, bright bathroom. The huge, towering windows of this apartment overlook the Świdnik Passage and the Opera House. Luxurious and at the same time economical furnishing of the rooms gives the impression of austere elegance. The warmth used here is the composition of American walnut browns and deep purple marbles used in the bathroom located on the side of the Opera building. The luxuriously equipped bathroom has a jacuzzi and a hydromassage shower.
At the special request of the guests, it is possible to combine this luxurious apartment with an adjacent standard apartment, which is ideal for guests traveling in a larger group.