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Hotel Grandmet in a quiet and peaceful area of Włocławek invites you. We offer 18 rooms for a total of 51 people. The rooms are well-maintained and fully equipped, comfortable single beds with clean and fresh bedding. Each with a separate bathroom and TV. There is wireless WiFi access in the building. We recommend daily catering for both organized groups and private individuals. We prepare delicious and healthy breakfasts, home dinners and dinners. The price of a dinner set is only PLN 12. Check-in from 14:00 to 12:00. There is a free unguarded car park at the hotel. We are a friendly hotel with pets. We provide services in the following areas: - Catering - Catering - Accommodation - Events We organize special events such as: ∙ weddings ∙ christening ∙ communions ∙ birthdays, name days ∙ anniversaries, jubilees ∙ company opening ∙ conferences and trainings∙ banquets ∙ proms ∙ festive and integrative ∙ New Year's Eve, carnival ball ∙ St. Andrew's Day ∙ Teacher's Day We prepare the interior of the room and tasty food, and provide nice and professional waiter service. At the client's request, we recommend a music band or a DJ who will prepare a musical setting. We recommend the best dishes to choose from a rich menu, and we also offer dishes on request such as roast pigs or a country buffet with familiar food. In a quiet summer garden, surrounded by forest, greenery and flowers, our guests who want to take a break can relax and regain their strength for further play. Włocławek (Latin: Vladislavia, German: Leslau) - a city with poviat rights in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, on the Vistula, at the mouth of Zgłowiączka, the seat of the Włocławek poviat. One of the main cities of the province (3rd in terms of size), the historical capital of Kujawy. The city is the seat of the curia of the Włocławek diocese. In the years 1975-1998, the city was the capital of the Włocławek province.