When staying in Kwidzyn this is probably the best option. Clean hotel, with very friendly staff and a good restaurant.
Rooms have a very basic bed, and the thing that bothers me is the blinds are cut to size for the window, literally, which permits street light to flow in the room.
Can only recommend the restaurant, they serve up very nice dishes, among the best I have tried in the area.
I stayed at the Centrum Hotel in Kwidzyn for five nights and was very pleased. My room had twin beds, which was fine for me. As with many hotels in Europe, there was no top sheet, just a duvet. The breakfast was very good, with scrambled eggs, sausages, pastries, fruit, etc. The location was convenient to walk anywhere in the city center and the restaurant was an excellent choice for dinner. I would definitely stay there again.
I spent one night in this hotel during a business trip and I'm still frustrated because it could be much more pleasant.
The dinner was good but I was frustrated by the room. Only one small sheet in the bed that dont even cover the entire bed and I was able to find only one electrical socket to plug my stuffs.
The bathroom was correct and the breakfast was good.
Some small improvements to be done and it will be more pleasant...
This was pretty much the only option in Kwidzyn. The beds were small and the wifi signal in my room was poor. However, my colleagues had no wifi issues in their rooms. There is a very nice restaurant in the hotel called "green pepper" in Polish. I would definitely recommend it for dinner. The breakfast was also decent
Ok so I was going to give this hotel an average at best review. While the lobby and restaurant are both reasonably updated, the rooms aren't. There's also no Air Conditioning outside the lobby and restaurant and it was warm while I was there so I didn't sleep well at night. Twin beds in the room. Old, outdated décor. Decent size bathroom. At least I had a corner room which allowed some cross ventilation, until I closed the curtains to block out the parking lot lights. Then it was very still. Some of the staff don't speak English well so communication was a problem a few times. Ate at the restaurant a few times and food was good. Prices seem fair. HOWEVER, then I hurt my leg while I was staying there and the staff were all so lovely and caring it really improved my opinion of the hotel. During a room service visit, the waiter asked me if I wanted a ventilator (who knew a fan is called a ventilator??) so then my room was much cooler at night. So, I really warmed to this hotel by the end of my stay and I want to thank the staff for taking good care of me while I was injured.