The Puro Experience
Unique, a little bit quirky, and imbued with a true sense of place. PURO hotels are a refined yet relaxed experience that bring together the culture and creativity of each city to create a stay that’s about more than just sleep.
Centrally located and minutes away from Warsaw’s best museums, restaurants and bars.Discover more
Centrally located and minutes away from Gdansk's old town, restaurants and bars.Discover more
PURO Kraków Kazimierz is a design-focused, modern-styled hotel. Located in the the Kazmimierz neighbourhood and a short ride from the Old Town.Discover more
PURO Łódź is a design-focused, modern-styled hotel. Located in the the centre of Łódź, experience everything it has to offer.Discover more
Kraków Stare Miasto
Centrally located and minutes away from Kraków’s top restaurants, cafes, shops and historic attractions. PURO Kraków Stare Miasto is a design-focused, modern-styled hotel.Discover more
Located in the heart of the Old Town. Perfect for sightseeing or business, with plenty of cafes, restaurants and hidden gardens.Discover more
PURO Wrocław is a design-focused, modern-styled hotel. Located in the the centre of Wrocław, experience everything Wrocław has to offer.Discover more
Copenhagen is a city where everyone finds something to please them. It is fragrant with cardamon buns, coffee, and the sea. It is famed for its starred restaurants, minimalist design and architecture, as well as its museums with impressive art collections from around the world. It is also a city designed for people: it has bike paths, beaches right downtown, and network of picturesque canals. All this makes Copenhagen is special place, always ready to be rediscovered.
Budapest is a pearl of the old Hapsburg Empire, a monumental and beautiful city, with grand buildings situated on the Danube. Everyone who visits the capital of Hungary takes a dip in the famed Gellért Thermal Baths, climbs Castle Hill, and strolls across the chain bridge.
We meet with Tosia Kiliś - an artist and designer - in her ceramics studio in Warsaw's Powiśle.
In modern Poland, eating local, healthy, and natural food has become quite a norm. However, when the fascination with organic restaurants, vegan blogs and vegetables from a local market becomes a norm, the time comes for other aspects of body care.
A scorching summer morning. We joined Maria Oblicka – an artist, designer, and the creator of the Łyko label – on a stroll through her favorite parts of Warsaw.
If you don’t drink coffee unless it’s a “damn fine cup of coffee” – as agent Dale Cooper from Twin Peaks used to say – you’re lucky to be in Poznań where fine cups of coffee are in plenty. We’re taking a closer look at coffee houses where the heavenly dark liquid is served in a myriad of versions–traditional, experimental, hot, cold, black, gold–and where flavor meets friendly atmosphere. Read on to find out where to find a boost of energy in Poznań!
Rumor has it that Warsaw is the capital of plant-based cuisine. And let us confirm – the rumor is true!
Łódź is the city of contrasts where raw, post-industrial buildings are being repurposed to serve art and culture. Here, new initiatives appear daily in an attempt to revamp the industrial climate of the city and attract fashion, design, and film aficionados. Don’t you think there must have been a solid reason why Łódź placed second in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2019? This city is the place to be!
Today’s walk is going to be nostalgic. On our search for friendly city spirits, we will snatch a glimpse at peculiar shop windows and peek inside a permanently closed hair salon, shedding tears for the time long gone. At the end of the walk, to assuage the feeling of nostalgia, we will taste the best cake in town!
I am lucky to live close to the river; and when I say close, I mean it: 167 steps total. Yes, I've done my counting! I see the Vistula every day and enjoy the view. Whenever I look at the stream I see the past with a beach sprawling below the Wawel Hill, people wearing retro swimsuits, beach volleyball players enjoying the game, and giggling kids dabbling in water. Perhaps the day will come when I can spread my blanket on the sand and put my feet in the crystal clear river.
“It’s a vegan heaven on Earth!” – I hear every time I welcome friends to the capital city of Lower Silesia. How not to get lost in a maze of green restaurants, bakeries, and street food spots, you ask? With this question in mind, I have selected gems with top-quality atmosphere and spotless ethics. I am certain that even omnivores will love our green recommendations!
What does Shakespeare have to do with Gdansk? Quite a lot, for the plays of the Bard of Avon were staged in the city already in his lifetime. The Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre is built on the site of the former Fencing School–the first public theater in the 17th-century Poland–and believed to be one of the most extraordinary theatres in the world inspired by the Elizabethan theatre.
Hidden in the maze of streets and from tourists’ eyes. Overflowing with greenness, lush secret gardens no map or guide will lead you to. But we will! Having discovered the recesses of old houses, backyards, and outdoor restaurant spaces, we will show you where to find a green oasis and relaxation without leaving the city.
Let your senses run wild at PURO Hotels. Carefully considered to add style and refinement to your stay with us, our restaurants and bars take special care to mix the local and global to bring you a truly cosmopolitan and contemporary dining experience.
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