I booked the apartment on the top floor. What I got was a very large, nicely decorated space with a massive balcony. The view of Sanok from the balcony was wonderful and a highlight of our stay.
The room itself had a very large bedroom area, as well as a smaller sitting area. There is a small refrigerator with small complimentary water bottles supplied, and a television in each room, but only with Polish language channels. The room itself felt somewhat luxurious, which made the contrast with the washroom somewhat stark - the washroom was clean and had everything you would need, but it was very plain and perhaps more befitting a roadside motel than such a grand looking room.
Breakfast is available in the hotel restaurant. The coffee there is great and the service is friendly. There is a good selection of Polish and European breakfast standards, and eggs cooked to order are available as well. The hotel has a seasonal pool and a spa which we did not use.
The hotel's location is good - it is walking distance from the Skansen as well as the town's small hypermarket, although the centrum area is a moderate distance away. It's in a quiet area which might not be the easiest location to manage if you don't have a car or aren't prepared to take taxis frequently. There is free secure parking on site but it can be a challenge to find a space when there is an event being held in the hotel.
Hotel Bona is a nice hotel near to the river in a quite zone. The rooms are so big and clean and also very good accomodation. Restaurant and Breakfast was good. In hotel the are also inside and private parking and a very nice swimming pool no so big but with hot water. The people for the hotel was professional and also friendly. If you looking for one hotel in Sanok, Hotel Bona will be a right choice.
This hotel was built in 2010. It is the nicest in Sanok but it does have its problems. With a little more attention to details this hotel would be great!
170 zloty including breakfast buffet, locked parking and WiFi.
Hotel has a pool but we've never used it. Resident German Shepherd is very sweet and does not "intrude." Hotel owners live on the property.
No elevator or air conditioning. Rugs are very thin and are not laid flat; you could trip over the "wrinkles". TVs are old and you need the clerk to explain how to use them. Curtains are very thin though there are roller shades on the windows. Balcony on one side of the building is shared by several rooms.
Rooms do not have enough electrical outlets; most are taken up with TV and fridge plugs.
Beds are low to the ground and the mattresses are very thin.
The first room we were given only had a bathtub with a hand-held shower and no shower curtain. The rest of the room was OK but I wanted a shower so I went back downstairs and asked the clerk to change our room. She did so willingly explaining that she'd given us that room because there was a group of tourists on that floor and she was afraid they would be noisy. I thanked her for the consideration but told her I wanted the shower. So, we moved two doors down from where we were. This was actually a better room. It had: two beds, couch, long desk, two chairs, small table, two nightstands, fridge, TV, phone, closet with shelves and a shelf for one of out suitcases. The bathroom had a shower, liquid soap and shampoo out "communal" bottles, shoe shine cloths, two thin bath towels and two thin hand towels, a rubber bath mat that acts like a sponge, no Kleenex.
Breakfast buffet is minimal but you can get eggs cooked to order.
Staff is very nice in this hotel and some have been there a long time.
We used to stay at the Jagiellonski Hotel "in town". It is owned by the same people but has not been kept up.
Apparently this hotel allows guests to bring their dogs and into the dining room. I don't like this but I expect Poles are more lenient about this. This could be a problem if someone is allergic to dogs and they stay in a room where a dog had been.
Hotel does not clean the rooms on Sundays but they don't tell you this ahead of time.
Hotel will do laundry.
Hotel is on the San River and across the river from the skansen.
The road in front of the hotel can get noisy.
Stayed here with two friends (in one room) while on business. Our room had a pool table! That seemed odd. Room was big with 2 beds, "sofa bed", armoire, table and chairs, desk, night stands, TV, telephone, large balcony which overlooks the bridge to the skansen. Bathroom had a shower. Like most hotels in Poland though it needs counter or shelf space in the bathroom.
Beds were not comfortable. Two inch foam as a mattress is not enough - no box spring.
Hotel does not have an elevator. Hotel has locked parking which is monitored. Location is nice since it is not "downtown" but is only minutes from that area. The hotel is about 4 years old making it the newest in the city.
Breakfast was adequate but you could order scrambled eggs. Dinner was good.
Front desk staff speaks English. FREE internet in the rooms.
Easy to locate.
I will stay here again in 2012.