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Year opened: 2020. Architecture: Przemo Łukasik, Łukasz Zagała. This 5-star hotel, a V-shaped seven-storey building, encompasses the former existing Hotel Rialto – an historic Art Deco tenement house dating back to 1920s – and a new building, both featuring a total of 120 spacious rooms spanning from a classic to a modern and minimalistic style.
Year opened: 1958 Style: Soviet Socialist Realism. Although completely restyled in a not unpleasant, yet bland international contemporary style, the "Grand" is an opportunity to stay in Soviet 1950s style.
The beautifully restored, ornamental exteriors originally date from 1903, but the building was badly destroyed in the Second World War. Interiors skillfully bridge the old and new with the palatial inner courtyard roofed over and filled with a chandelier cascading down with 900 coloured balls of hand-blown glass by Poland’s master glass blower.


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Dating to 1896, the Pod Orlem, or the called "Zum Adler" (Under the Eagle). The hotel interiors feature many Art Nouveau references; in the lobby, the staircase with gold-colored stained glass, the door handles and the forged handrails have an interwar appearance. Among the numerous elements that adorn the front, the large-size sculpture of the eagle with outstretched wings which tops the façade is the hotel symbol.
Opened in 1927 as the Hotel Kasino, and indeed the casino still operates onsite, this palatial hotel is set right on the beach of Sopot, Poland's most prominent Baltic coast resort. It is located just a stone's throw from the Sopot Pier, Europe's longest.
PURO Gdańsk Old Town is a luxury design hotel located on Granary Island, an area currently undergoing regeneration in the city centre. Interiors pay tribute to the district’s industrial past with hanging light fittings evoking the cranes and pulleys of the city’s famous docks and shipyards, and timber and steel referencing the look of the old grain warehouses.

Gdansk & Pomerania

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Located in the heart of Krakow's Old Town, Hotel Saski draws on its musical and cultural traditions for the hotel's design. In cooperation with world-famous Krakow-born photographer Ryszard Horowitz, corridors and rooms are decorated with portraits of musicians and composers such as Louis Armstrong, Krzysztof Penderecki, Aretha Franklin, Czesław Niemen and more.
On a narrow, cobbled street in the old town, leading away from the market square, is the elegant Grand Hotel. When it first opened in 1887 (converted from a private palace of the aristocratic Czartoryski family), it was the most luxurious hotel in town. Today, its 65 antique-filled rooms, Piano restaurant and Viennese café, long frequented by the literati of the day, remain a city favourite.

Kraków & Lesser Poland

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Built in 1892 in in Art Nouveau/Neo-Baroque style, the hotel Monopol is located a 5-minute walk from Rynek, Wroclaw's main square. The 5-star hotel has been a favourite of artists and business people alike with actress Marlene Dietrich staying at the Monopol during her visits to Wroclaw.
The luxury hotel opened in 1902 in an eclectic style of Art Nouveau and Gothic Revival architecture, It stand on the site of former Cafe Central opposite Katowice's Central Station. Used as offices during the communist regime and falling into disrepair after closure in the 1980s, the luxury hotel has been renovated at the beginning of the millennium.
PURO Hotel Wroclaw Old Town is a design hotel conveniently located in the very center of Wrocław, just 5 minutes' walk from the Old Market Square.


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Located 250 m from the Old Market Square, PURO Hotel Poznań Old Town is a first class design hotel located in the heart of the city. The hotel offers 136 comfortable rooms, a restaurant, a terrace and  fitness centre.


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Fusing elements of retro contemporary with post-industrial chic, the design hotel—situated between the opulent Neo-baroque Poznański Palace and the renovated red-brick factory complex and arts centre Manufaktura—features 130 rooms (including seven suites) which have been designed in a modern, minimalist style with chic amenities and a ridiculously comfortable bed complete with Hilding mattress.
Set in a former wool factory - which after the World War II became the Lodz Cigarette Factory - Hotel Tobaco is a design hotel themed around colours of the 1950s. It is located in the centre of Lodz. Rooms feature a mixture of industrial interiors with décor in primary colours. The U Kretschmera restaurant specialises in international cuisine including Polish, German, Russian and Jewish influences.
The Vienna House Andel's Lodz is a design hotel set in a former impressive, red brick textile factory. The unique architecture is a skilful combination of colours, forms, and materials and includes, in the hotel's atrium, three gigantic punch holes changing colours and emitting light 24 hours a day. The hotel is located on the grounds of Manufaktura, Poland's largest shopping, arts and entertainment area.

Lodz & Lodzkie

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