Over 100 years of history



Throughout the last one thousand years Wrocław has been described by many names: the Island Stronghold, Vratislavia and Wrotizla in Latin, Wretslaw in Czech, Pressau under the reign of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Breslau in times of the Third Reich and Wrocław once again in Poland. Here, in the heart of the Old City, in the neighbourhood of the 14th c. Gothic church of St. Dorothy, the Monopol Hotel was established. The piece of land at the side of the church where had previously stood a fallen into ruin and neglected old Franciscan priory was bought by a banker Wallenberg Pachaly and an architect Karl Grosser, who very soon transformed abandoned walls into a very modern hotel, which finally was open in 1892.

Services & Facilities

For the comfort of our guests we are pleased to offer the highest standard of service and facilities. To stay at the Monopol Hotel is to enjoy the ultimate in style, luxury and sophistication. Our dedicated staff will ensure that your every wish will be catered for.

The Monopol Hotel has been designed to please both business and leisure travellers. For our discerning clientele we are delighted to offer:

  • 121 sumptuous bedrooms in the impeccable style
  • 2 Restaurants and Bars
  • 5 professionally equipped Conferences Rooms
  • The Club Room
  • 2 spacious Terraces with Drink and Coffee Bars
  • Wellness & Spa
  • Accessible rooms
  • Non-smoking rooms

  • Concierge service
  • Laundry and dry cleaning*
  • 24h room service
  • Turndown service
  • Parking*
  • Transfer to and from the airport and the railway station*
  • Internet access

* Charges may apply


H. Modrzejewskiej 2, Wrocław
+ 48 71 77 23 777

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