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Poland, East Europe
Located in the city center on the Granary Island, PURO Gdansk is a functional work of art. It is the fourth offering of the hip Polish hotel brand PURO. The hotel's facade is modern with large glass surfaces but it follows the traditional architectural shapes of Gdansk. London-based creative studio ...
The city of Warsaw quite literally rose from its ashes after the Second World War, and so did the Branicki Residential House, also known as Smolna40. It was bombed and robbed and it has been completely rebuilt after the war. This picturesque eclectic building is where the iconic Hotel Indigo ...
Do you want to get away from everything and everyone? You have a pretty good chance at Glendoria Hotel, hidden away in the forests and meadows of the Masurian Lake District in Poland. Glendoria offers a combination of conventional hotel rooms housed in a 1930s building and glamping in stylish ...
Situated in Old Town Krakow, the Hotel Stary has captured the grandeur of the hotel’s past while showcasing the erudite décor. The renovations have resurrected what was once a marvelous merchant’s home which dates back to the 15th century. Voted “the most beautiful hotel interior design in Europe,” any guest ...
Ever wanted to jump right into a Salvador Dali painting? Sen Pszczoly in Warsaw might be as close as it gets. Inspired by the famous *Dream Caused by the Flight of a Bee*, this loft hotel recreates the surreal, dreamlike and outlandish atmosphere of Dali’s paintings. Each room is different ...
Based in Poland’s western city of Wrocław, the Puro Hotel is urban, sleek, chic and minimalistic – perfect for those looking for a hip place to crash in one of Poland’s most charming cities. Conveniently located, Puro Hotel is set in the heart of the city that’s nicknamed the “Venice ...
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The Granary La Suite hotel, centrally located in the heart of the historic district of Wroclaw, has distinguished itself with its excellent service, unique design and historic significance. This prestigious 5 star boutique has sleekly fused its 16th century architecture with an elegant, contemporary design. First constructed in 1565, the ...
Located in the historic Malopolska region of Poland, known as “Little Poland,” Hotel Heron Sienna is built on eighteenth century lands surrounded by lush natural forests and lakes. The hotel sits right near Lake Roznowskie where guests can enjoy a variety of watersport activities, from sailing to boat racing. Nearby ...
Neo-industrial renovation meets modern furnishing and style at the heart of Lodz, Poland in this award winning Hotel. Located near the Atlas Arena, Central Station, and Expo Hall, The Tabaco Hotel is housed within an old Tobacco factory that has been updated to offer business functionality alongside modern Eastern European ...
Hotel Copernicus, located in Old Town Krakow, stands apart as a monument to the Renaissance architecture and dignitaries that have slept within its walls. Once home to cathedral canons, several well-known guests including Nicolas Copernicus, European royalty, and American presidents have added to the hotel’s rich history. As a testament ...
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Blow Up Hall 50/50 is a complex which includes a restaurant, art gallery, and hotel. It commissioned its hallmark installation to be designed by crucial artist, Rafael Lozano-Hemmer who is one of the top digital artists in the world. He is a BAFTA prize-winner and his work has appeared in ...
In Chinese tradition, the front façade of a building is highly important as it is the ‘face’ of the building. The lovingly restored entrance and red bricks of this converted textile mill give Hotel Lodz a classic and beautiful face, like that of Ava Gardner. The interior has been designed ...