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"Hotel Grodzki" is situated in the city center. It is close to the
bus station, and the office of the Leader. We offer 49 beds, great-minded to inn and conference room.
Modern decor and colors create atmosphere to nice spend time.
The hotel restaurant specializes in the traditional polish cuisine.
- wedding cermonies up to 100 people
- family celebrations (communions, Varsovians)
- Support receipts in the customer's home
- service of conferences
- we delicatessen is provided on the order
- dining room that holds up to 100 people
- room Bar-room that holds up to 30 people
- conference room for about 40 places
- 19 Guest rooms
on the upper floors of the building are hotel rooms,including the room
suite. Each room has a comfortable bathroom and is equipped with a tv, telephone and access to the Skontaktuj się z nami
our hotel you can use the fax and PC printer.
Sandomierz - city and municipality in the province of Swietokrzyskie, in the Kreis sandomierski situated on the Vistula River, on seven hills (hence the city is called time "small Rome"), on the border of the heights of the Sandomierz Tower. Industrial part of the city, called Nadbrzeziem lies on the right bank of the Vistula River, in Kotlina Sandomierz, borders with Tarnobrzegiem. There are several theories about the origin of the name of the city, according to one of the name is linked with the position of the city - in the area of Sandomierz, the San river domierza (is) to Vistula River. The most likely theory says that the name of the city comes from the old Polish name Sędomir, prevalent throughout the Słowiańszczyźnie (cf. czes., Rus. and sees chor. Sudomir).
Through the city are tourist routes: cysterski, St. Jacob, Via Jagiellonica, wooden architecture.