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Preserved history of Poland: long-standing and ancient hotels

Poland can boast a huge number of palaces and castles that house the most beautiful and spectacular hotels. This fact can significantly change the idea of ​​the royal-style rest. One of such hotels is Moszna Zamek, built in the 17th century. Another hotel is located in a surprisingly beautiful place in the castle of Krasicki, constructed in the late 16th century. A picturesque park surrounds the fortress. All the walls inside the premises are covered with ancient paintings. In the castle, you can choose a room decorated in the Gothic or Baroque style. You can also accommodate in the snow-white Lublin castle, founded in the 12th century. The place is ideal for plunging into the Middle Ages.
Photo of Rubinstein Residence, Kraków Rubinstein Residence, Krakow The high-class Rubinstein Residence is open in a unique 15th-century building. The original look of the building and its inner premises has been carefully preserved, so even nowadays travelers can see old stone walls and high arched ceilings that were made during the latest restoration in the 17th century. Spacious guestrooms have arched passages between the rooms and small niches that are decorated with vases with flower bouquets. The infrastructure of the magnificent historic hotel includes a modern fitness center. Don’t forget to get to the top of the building and relax on a wonderful terrace.
Pokoje Gościnne Brzozy, Bialystok Those accustomed to rest in relaxed atmosphere could opt for a family hotel Pokoje Gościnne Brzozy . A charming old villa has five rooms that are nicely decorated in rustic style. All of them are lined with parquet flooring, and some have wooden finishing on the walls and ceiling. Fans of romantic atmosphere can select a suite on the top floor, which has a small fireplace. Lovely carpets with complex patterns and antique furniture help to create sophisticated feeling. A picturesque garden surrounds the villa, so in warmer months, guests could arrange an evening barbecue or just enjoy the spectacular scenery. The guest house is popular among fans of eco-tourism and hikers, as the inn is in a few minutes’ walk from the Pietrasze Forest and other outstanding natural attractions.
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Photo of Villa Zosieńka, Gdańsk Villa Zosieńka, Gdansk The wonderful Villa Zosieńka is also sure to appeal to travelers who are interested in ancient culture. Some of the hotel rooms were decorated in a modern style, while in others the atmosphere of past years managed to be recreated. Such rooms feature beautiful wood finishes, antique furniture, and drapery made from very cute rustic fabrics. On the ground floor, there is a beautiful sitting area with an old fireplace, adorned with luxurious carpets and antique furniture. The villa is surrounded by a picturesque garden that contains trees some of which are over forty years old. During the warm season, beautiful recreational areas, as well as special barbecue spots, are also set-up on its territory.
Photo of Karczma Rzym, Wrocław Karczma Rzym, Wroclaw One accommodation option that is special in so many respects is the hotel Karczma Rzym . It is located in one of the quietest and most picturesque areas of Wroclaw. The hotel occupies a wonderful old building with a tiled roof. It should also be pointed out that the hotel is thematic and is dedicated to the work of the outstanding Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz. The hotel makes available 15 unique rooms for the comfortable stay of its guests. The rustic-style rooms feature handmade wooden furniture and colorful fabrics and the preserved original stone walls and wooden floors.
Photo of Dedek Park, Warszawa Dedek Park, Warsaw Guests of Dedek Park can spend a few days in a wonderful historic mansion located in the picturesque Skaryszewski Park. The historical interior featuring a variety of antiques is by no means the only attractive characteristic of the hotel. In front of the hotel, there is a wonderful landscape area with ancient sculptures and a fountain, and a beautiful pond is just a couple of minutes walk away from the mansion. The hotel has its own fine restaurant serving Polish and French cuisines, and its spacious summer terrace is equipped right on the pond shore.
Photo of Pollera, Kraków Pollera, Krakow The opening of Pollera took place in 1834. The décor of its spacious guestrooms is made in best traditions of art-nouveau style. Dark colored wooden furniture, mauve and golden textiles, tiny vases with flower bouquets and elegant table lamps can be found in all guestrooms. The festive looking restaurant is the best place to get acquainted with the most popular dishes of the local cuisine. The restaurant’s hall is decorated with massive crystal chandeliers, paintings, and large mirrors.
Photo of Villa Tradycja, Białystok Villa Tradycja, Bialystok Tourists could enjoy the historical atmosphere and home-like ambience in a luxury hotel Villa Tradycja . This lodge is set in an admirable building with a century of history; in warmer months the facade is decorated with potted flowers. Interior incorporates the brightest traditions of past centuries; corridors of the hotel feature bright carpets and decorations made of precious dark wood. The rooms are reminiscent of the historical traditions. There you could find exquisite furniture, plenty of beautiful fabrics with miniature patterns, elegant vases with bunch of cut flowers and massive armchairs upholstered in leather. The ground floor houses an upscale restaurant that has a restored antique fireplace in the hall. In warmer months, tables are served on a terrace in a quiet courtyard.
Photo of Dom Schumannów, Gdańsk Dom Schumannów, Gdansk Dom Schumannów hotel occupies a luxurious historic building with a pink façade. It is located just a couple of steps from the Neptune Fountain. There are nine rooms available to choose from, all with unique design, and styled in the tradition of the 17th and 18th centuries. They are all furnished with chic dark wood furniture and decorated with handmade carvings. The drapery in the rooms is made from colorful satin fabrics, and interesting decorations complement the decor: antique telephones, vintage vases with fresh flowers, mirrors in gilded carved frames and works of art.
Photo of Hotel im. Jana Pawła II, Wrocław Hotel im. Jana Pawła II, Wroclaw There is a unique historical hotel known as Hotel im. Jana Pawła II on Tumski Island. It was founded in a spectacular ancient building. Behind the entrance doors of the hotel, is located a spacious hall decorated with rare marble. Its main decoration is a huge crystal chandelier. The luxurious rooms of the hotel harmoniously combine antiques and modern design elements, alongside being decorated with antique vases, porcelain figurines, vintage watches, as well as exclusive furniture.
Photo of Residence 1898, Warszawa Residence 1898, Warsaw A unique historic building occupied by Residence 1898 dates back to 1898 but its original appearance has been retained for over a hundred years. The atmosphere reigning within the hotel walls is also full of solemnity and elegance; all rooms of the historic hotel are now decorated in a modern style with designer mahogany furniture. In the hotel public areas, you can still notice the original wall finishing, the charm of which emphasizes the restrained modern interior.
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Remarkable old hotels in the top cities of Poland

Krakow
First guests visited Pod Różą yet in the 17th century. At that time, only noble people stayed in the hotel. The hotel has kept many elements of the original décor, so even nowadays visitors can see beautiful frescos and skillfully made beaten ladder banisters. Guestrooms have high ceilings and premium bathrooms. The décor of the latter is worth a separate mention – bathrooms are decorated with rare sorts of marble. After the latest renovation, heated floors have appeared there. Many visit … Read more
Warsaw
Duval Serviced Apartments invites all tourists to enjoy the aristocratic atmosphere of the early 20th century. Four cozy individually-designed suites are at their complete disposal. During the reconstruction of a historic building where the hotel is presently located, the walls and attic ceilings have been partially restored, and beautiful parquet floors were laid out in the rooms in accordance with the traditions of past years. The impeccable situation is successfully complemented by … Read more
Wroclaw
On one of the picturesque streets of Old Town, there is a mini-hotel called SleepWalker Boutique Suites. This place offers customers 9 charming rooms and apartments to choose from. Their interior is a true embodiment of ancient traditions. Chic wallpapers and vintage style lamps, incredibly beautiful wooden furniture decorated with handmade carvings, satin fabrics in rich colors and carefully restored interior decoration – each item of the room’s interior is special. Some rooms have a … Read more
Gdansk
A special historical atmosphere is characteristic of the Gotyk House. This hotel occupies a unique building that is considered the oldest apartment building in Gdansk; it was built in the year 1453. Charming in its entirety, Gotyk house is ready to offer its customers eight rooms, each with its unique design. What is more, the rooms are decorated in accordance with the beautiful traditions of past centuries. All her rooms feature antique furniture, and some of them are designed with beautiful … Read more
Bialystok
Branicki Boutique Rooms invites travelers to get acquainted with the history of the city and its national traditions. Each of its four rooms is designed in unique style; interior of rooms is devoted to the city sights and traditions of yesteryear. Wallpapers with realistic landscapes and outstanding historic landmarks of Bialystok can be found in some premises. One room holds an interesting collection of old black&white photos. All furniture is made exclusively of natural wood. One of the most … Read more

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