Finding an ideal family-friendly inn in Wladyslawowo does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Zew Morza, a nice option for travellers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Zew Morza offer a whirlpool bathtub.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a sun terrace, an outdoor fireplace, and beach chairs. Guests of Zew Morza are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant.
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Rozewie II Lighthouse, which is a popular lighthouse amongst tourists.
Zew Morza looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Wladyslawowo.
First, this is not a hotel [-] but a holiday resort, partly renovated old-time resort. I would give it two and half stars. Our deluxe apartment was quite pretty and tidy [+] but very small [-]. There was hardly room for moving for two people. Adding a baby bed (no additional fee [+]) leaved literally no space between the wall and the bed. Functionality was average: a small fridge [+], LED tv [+], a desk [+] (however verry narrow and without drawers [-]), but no place for suitcase [-]. Every night some mosquitos flew inside the room and were difficult to kill - there was no mosquito net [-]. The beds were quite large and comfortable [+], very soft. The food was fine [+], nobody left the dining hall hungry for sure - there was a vide range of different dishes available [+]: hot meals (3 times a day), cold meals and snacks, desserts, tea and coffe from coffe machine, juices. You can notice however that some meals are poor quality: adipose and full of onions. There are nice niches along the corridor with armchairs and a table [+], however not all of them have AC/DC sockets [-]. The pool is quite short [-] and there were specially chosen hours when the guests were allowed to use the pool and saunas [-] overlaping partly with the dining hours [-]. The resort tries to utilize the facility as much as possible, so during our 10-day stay there were “green school” (school holiday camp) accomodated (many noisy kids [-]), during the weekend there was the wedding party held (some noisy guests singing in the night [-]), and during the week there was some kind of a banquet held, so the dining hours and the place of meals were changed couple of times [-]. There is a room service [+] that cleans the rooms and changes towels, takes out the garbage, but they tend to knock the door even before the breakfast hours [-]. I asked via email for a table tennis, was informed that there is one.. However in turned out that this “table” is actually a concrete table placed outside the building, near the fence, overgrown by plants [-]. The building is 3 storeyed, the reception is on the first floor (accessible by stairs or by elevator but using long foot way around the building [-]). The is only one elevator [-]. And it tends to break [-], which it did on the first (arrival) day, so we had to bring the suitcases, and the baby to the third floor using stairs - we were unable to take the stroller, necessary as the only device that helped seat our baby. The elevator was one thing I especially asked for via emails. Every normal enterpreneur would bear the risk of facilities breaking himself and propose a discount. But not here. When it came to the settlement at the reception, I asked to considere the fact of at 3 or 4 day elevator inaccessibility. The recetionist did not say anything but the “manager” who did not bother to introduce himself, replied that I should not exaggerate, he turned his back and walked away (!) [---].…