Guests are welcomed in their rooms by images of historical figures that contributed to the development of the city in between the 17th and 19th centuries, including distinguished city stewards, aristocrats, writers, merchants and townsmen. Those original murals were created in close collaboration with the National Museum in Wrocław. Other artistic drawings are also present in meeting rooms and the foyer. Overall, a stay in The Bridge is a truly refreshing and memorable experience.
The Bridge has written another exciting chapter in the rich history of Ostrów Tumski, the oldest district of Wrocław. The hotel has filled the space adjoining the 1000-year-old cathedral and the Collegium Georgianum theological seminary, becoming an integral part of the neighbourhood. The design of the building is inspired by the area’s distinct Gothic style, at the same time leaving no doubt that it was built in recent times. In line with its name, the hotel aspires to be a bridge linking people and ideas, as well as opening up to the city and its residents. Taking a stroll through the hotel garden, you can easily reach the Oder embankment.
Pets are welcome in all areas of the hotel, apart from the Spa Relaxation area. We will prepare special dog/cat amenities upon arrival (mat, drinking bowl, small culinary treat). Pets need to be kept on a leash at all times, including the garden and restaurant. Regardless of the size of the dog/cat, there is a charge of PLN 100 per pet/stay.