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ibis Styles Wroclaw Centrum in Wonderland

The hotel draws considerable inspiration from the Lewis Carroll novel, written in 1865.

Immerse yourself into the colorful universe of ibis Styles Wroclaw Centrum… This brand new Polish address is sure to establish itself as a must-see venue. The journey begins in October 2014.

The hotel draws considerable inspiration from the Lewis Carroll novel, written in 1865. So how can one define the ibis Styles Wroclaw Centrum? A mysterious hotel hidden behind an entirely glazed facade, small secret doors, long corridors and many locks… a truly original gem at the heart of Poland.

What’s more, even the Queen of Hearts might fall for this modern design, like something taken straight out of Wonderland. From the outside, passers-by can admire a large building that is reflective of the colourful architecture of the city of Wroclaw. For those who are curious, one step inside the hotel is all it takes to pass “through the looking glass”.

Inside, rather fittingly, there are 133 rooms, each one more magical than the one before, and an appealing restaurant where everything is turned on its head… you need only look at the chandeliers.

The ibis Styles Wroclaw Centrum hotel, which is set to open its doors in October 2014, has been designed to give travellers a unique and memorable experience. The clientele can discover a host of hidden details throughout the duration of their stay… it’s up to them to find them.

The brand is thereby offering a venue that is the stuff of dreams, allowing guests to immerse themselves in the world of their childhood for a night (or several).

Tatiana Rokou

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