Excellent hotel, spa and Safran Restaurant.
The staff is wonderful. We don't know any Polish, but they know enough English to communicate easily with us. Some were more fluent than others. All were friendly, gracious and still very professional.
Our room was comfortable overall. We would have preferred a couch in the sitting area instead of another twin bed. It's a plus for couples with a child or an extra friend. The main bed is two twins pushed together. The sheets and duvets were also twins, side by side. This seems to be the norm for all Polish hotels so we can't hold it against them! It has its drawbacks for cuddling, though.
We had a spacious bathroom with a shower only, which we liked. There is a good amount of counter space and double bath and hand towels. No facecloth (I now know to bring my own to Europe) nor a makeup mirror which is always useful.
The maids are like magic leprechauns. I never saw them but they'd have the room clean when I'd come back.
It is very quiet and peaceful here. We rarely saw other guests except at dinner.
The women in the spa were very professional and good. The facilities were modern and clean. The jacuzzi was spacious but not very hot. Good sized indoor pool.More