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Sanvit Hotel

ul. Lazienna 1, Sanok 38-500 Poland
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Centrum Promocji Zdrowia Sanvit is a 3-star hotel located by the Market Square, offering classically appointed rooms with free Wi-Fi. There is a gym, a sauna and a salt cave to relax in.Each room at Sanvit includes a TV and a private bathroom. There is a telephone and satellite TV.The property has a restaurant serving regional cuisine, as well as European dishes. A cafe is also available for guests.Centrum Promocji Zdrowia Sanvit includes monitored parking and a 24-hour front desk service. The Sanok Miasto Train Station is 800 metres away.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot tub
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
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Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
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elstnico wrote a review Jul 2015
London, United Kingdom340 contributions67 helpful votes
Ok, our first visit to Poland for our friends wedding. Sanok itself is a lovely place with its quaint little streets and buildings. The locals around the bars and restaurants all seemed very friendly to and the place has a nice feeling about it generally. On to the Sanvit Hotel,,,,, On arrival the receptionist broke the mould for the locals, i am not sure i have even seen anyone less pleased to see us. She clearly had a massive problem with my wife and myself, not sure why? As all we had done was walk through the front door! The cold reception we received was enough to put anyone on edge and if i had known the area or had a realistic alternative i would have walked out there and then. Sadly walking away was not really an option for us, as we were right near our friends wedding venue. We would only be making life difficult for ourselves. The receptionist issued us with a room key on the third floor, this room was around 12ft x 9ft like a child's bedroom, but worse still was the fact the ceiling crossed the room diagonally from corner to corner. So it was in fact half a child's room, we could only stand up in about a half of it. The en-suite was slightly better for some reason. There two velux type roof-light windows in the room which did give some light. Dont bother with this place, its not the worst i have seen,,, read my reveiw on the Huazer beach resort in sharm el shiek for that, but its a close second for bad rooms and terrible staff. by the way, room not cleaned once in the four days we were there. Maybe my mistake was going,,,,, or probably because we are English.
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Date of stay: July 2015
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Room Tip: If you are only 2ft 6 inches tall, you will be fine.
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Zbig_niew_12 wrote a review Oct 2014
Warsaw, Poland62 contributions28 helpful votes
Sorry to say that, neither the best quality nor the best value for money. One of the very few hotels in Sanok, but probably not the best choice. It does have some competitive advantages: being conveniently located in the heart of the Sanok old town, back to back with the Town Hall, in a 30-seconds walking distance to the historical city center and the vast majority of the main tourist attractions of the city, e.g. the market square, historical churches and monastry, and the Sanok Royal Castle harbouring the famous exhibitions of medieval icons and modern art (the World's largest collection of paintings by Z. Beksinski, a real must see). A multi-storey city car parking at the entrance to the hotel is generally open and accessible until 10 pm, but the hotel front desk staff has a remote control and can open it for hotel guests also at night. Modern furniture and huge flat-screen TV sets, plus working free wi-fi in rooms. But, get ready for some possible dissapointments: the rooms might not necessarily be big and worth the price, the bed can either be too short or too narrow for you, the room doors are not sound-proof which can disturbe your sleep. Moreover, the choice and quality of food is nothing special (definitely below the 3-star standard, e.g. for breakfast our group was served the remains of our dinner from last night), the service can be slow even though the place is not particularly busy. Last, but not least - for some reasons some bathrooms are smelly, and the room service tries to ventilate them by keeping room windows sligtly open, despite the season. Simultaneously, the heating system in the ventilated rooms is kept off (to minimize the loss of energy and prevent climate change?), no way to make it work and heat up the chilly room. In response to my complaint the front desk assured me that the heating is turned on, and everything should soon be working perfectly. Nothing happenned, the room remained chilly all night long, I even considered keeping the room door open overnight, to allow the inflow of warm air from the corridor... The situation was the same in the vast majority of rooms booked for our group, and we somehow survived this cold October night in cold rooms with no heating, but would expect a different approach, especially in a 3-star place. The room service could simply be alerted that a larger group is expected on this particular day, could close the windows in advance, and turn the heating on - nothing complicated for the staff, but well beyond the reach of guests. To summarize: as this is definitely not the "average" quality for Poland - I had no other choice than between "poor" and "terrible", finally decided for the "poor" rating, let's hope for some improvements in the near future ?
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Date of stay: October 2014
Trip type: Traveled on business
jeevyet wrote a review Jun 2014
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania34 contributions13 helpful votes
Located just off the square, the hotel looks like it is Soviet era but is in good condition, quiet and has a very good breakfast. Definitely recommended. The staff does know a bit of English, which helped.
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Date of stay: June 2014Trip type: Traveled with friends
US$39 - US$49 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
PolandSouthern PolandSubcarpathian ProvinceSanok
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sanvit Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Sanvit Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Galeria Zdzislawa Beksinskiego (0.2 km), Museum of Icons (0.2 km), and Pomnik Zdzislawa Beksinskiego (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Sanvit Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Sanvit Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Sanvit Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Sanvit Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Stary Kredens, NoBo, and Proziakownia.
Is Sanvit Hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Sanok.
Are pets allowed at Sanvit Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Sanvit Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Pomnik Synom Ziemi Sanockiej Poleglym I Pomordowanym Za Polske (0.2 km).
Is Sanvit Hotel accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.