Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town to become Polish city’s biggest hotel

Following an extensive renovation period, with an additional wing added to the building, The Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town is to become the largest hotel in the Polish city.

On completion, the hotel will house an array of amenities, including three restaurants, an executive lounge and spa, and it will operate with double the existing capacity.

A significant expansion

On completion of this renovation and expansion project later this year, The Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town will welcome guests into an additional 152 rooms and an enhanced offering of amenities for leisure and business travellers.

The decision was made to modernise the property in 2022, with the owner also deciding to create these additional rooms as part of an agreement with the Mogotel Hotel Group. The new guest rooms occupy a part of the building that was previously rented out as office space.

The renovation of the hotel’s existing public spaces and 205 guest rooms began in 2023 and has been undertaken without interrupting hotel operations.

On the enhancement, Murat Yilmaz, Market Managing Director Central & Eastern Europe at Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, commented: “The modernisation and expansion of Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town underlines our expansion plans in Poland and is just a small part of Wyndham’s growth vision for the EMEA region.”

Modernisation and enhancement

The Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town is located in the city’s historic centre. Once its modernisation and renovation is complete, the property will have a total of 357 guest rooms. The four-star property will also be home to three restaurants, an executive lounge, a fitness centre, spa, and 12 conference rooms.

Local art will decorate the walls of the hotel’s new enhanced public areas and both the new and pre-existing guest rooms will come with a new locally inspired modern design. The highlight of this accommodation offering will be a 120-sq-m suite with balcony commanding views over the historic centre.

The hotel will also participate in the Wyndham Green programme promoting sustainable practices in the hotel industry.

“Sustainability and ecology are core values for Wyndham,” said Tomasz Majszyk, General Manager of the hotel. “This is reflected in our hotel, for example through the use of LED lighting, strict waste separation, environmentally friendly toiletries in dispensers and a philosophy of waste avoidance. We are also planning a glass atrium full of plants to create a green enclave in the centre of Wroclaw.”