We chose the hotel for its closeness to the Centennial Hall (Hala Stulecia) where we were attending an event. The hall is less than a ten-minute walk away. On our first evening we ate in the hotel restaurant (named Jungle). This closes at 9pm (many more-central Wrocław eating places close at 10pm) but they served us meals when we showed up at the restaurant just before 8.30pm. Breakfast is provided in the restaurant too, but a very convenient supermarket in the ground floor of the building can be used for simple provision. We had a superior room on the first floor with a balcony area on the first floor. The balcony shares the outside area with that of the restaurant but is screened off with planters. The room itself and the bathroom were both large. Rather strangely, there was no dedicated wardrobe area to hang clothes (just a few small shelves outside the bathroom) despite there being plenty of space. There was room to bring in the two chairs and the round table from the balcony if the weather was to cold to be outside. Wifi was provided individually by room via the television and was perfectly adequate for web browsing and Youtube. Idiosyncratically, if you leave the television on the channel which tells you the Wifi details the television will switch itseld off after a while. For an uninterrupted connection you need to tune to another channel. The channels themselves contained hardly any content in English, although Polish-subtitled ancient movies were available.