Poland is home to the largest castle in the world – Malbork. While you cannot spend the night at the castle, you surely can book many gorgeous castle hotels in Poland at an affordable price.
Quite often, they’ll cost you less than a regular hotel! If you’re trying to save money on your wedding, think about throwing it at one of the properties below – you’ll get a great romantic wedding venue for a good price.
Stunning Castle Hotels in Poland
Located in Lower Silesia in Poland, Ksiaz is a beautiful castle – just like one of those you can see in Disney’s movies. Hotel Ksiaz is only 3 minutes away from the castle, still on its grounds.
Among the guests of the Książ Castle at the turn of the last centuries there were the Prussian Kings, Winston Churchill, and many European Queens.
There are plenty of things to do around, such as horseriding or simply visiting gorgeous historic stables, discovering the ruins of an old castle, or chilling at the pool.
Nicely maintained castle considered a “small Wawel”. I actually even thought of having my own wedding there, as the courtyard is gorgeous. The hotel park only has 11 rooms for the guests in the castle itself and more next door. All the rooms in the castle are huge with modern bathrooms.
You can visit the museum part with the guide, also amazing experience when it’s closed for public as there will be no one there.
Machowskie Reservoir with a sandy beach is only 9 km away from the castle, so you can even do some sunbathing nearby.
Beautiful small 13th century castle located on the top of a granite hill and overlooking the Leśniańskie Lake. If you like history and all things medieval you will fall in love with Zamek Czocha!
Tours are free for hotel guests, so you can explore everything. The castle even has some hidden passages, so you can get lost and find some ghosts if you like.
You should also visit a restaurant at the castle, as it offers affordable traditional Polish food.
The castle in Moszna is one of the attractions in the Opole region and one of the most interesting castles in Poland. It owes its fame to its fairy-tale appearance with 99 towers and turrets.
All the rooms are huge and you can really feel like a royal while staying there.
There’s a spa at the property as well as a hot tub.
Karpniki is a gem hidden in the middle of nature. You can just stay there, watch sunsets and relax, but if you still need some more entertainment the castle offers a spa with thermal waters. If you’re lucky on your morning walks you can see deer drinking water from the nearby pond.
All rooms are spacious and have modern bathrooms with heated floors.
Be sure to try their restaurants. Dinners can be very romantic and delicious and breakfast is like a feast fit for a king.
Just a 10-minute ride from Przemysl, this castle is a unique place to stay. You actually don’t even need a car as there is a regular bus connection. The castle is surrounded by beautiful gardens with over 150 years-old trees. The prince’s Sapieha family who once owned the castle used to plant an oak when a son was born and a linden when a girl was born.
It’s possible to visit the castle on a guided visit, but unfortunately only in Polish.
Don’t forget to stop by the chapel. It has the most magnificent throne and some fabulous decoration on the walls and ceiling.
Right outside of Jelenia Gora, Palac Wojanow has a polished colorful exterior that looks more like a lesser version of a Disney Palace.
The palace restaurant offer amazing dishes a’la carte as well as a buffet that is served for breakfast and dinner. There are also multiple bars, so you have plenty of options to choose from.
The property offers access to an indoor pool and spa facilitiies. There are many outdoor activities offered, as guests have access to tennis courts, basketball field or football field. You can also go for a stroll in a very big and beautiful old park where you could have a picnic on the river bank of Bobr river.