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The Piast Hotel was built in 1897, it was once known as the hotel "U Franciscan" .It is one of the most prestigious hotels in Slupsk. Over the years, ranging from the nineteenth century, it has hosted many famous personalities from the world of politics, science and the arts. The restaurant is an integral part of the facility were recorded scenes for several movies. The pre-war history of the hotel mentioned in the book "Time Women" known German historian and writer Christan Graf von Krockow. In the 90s of the twentieth century it has been completely renovated. The stylishly-preserved interiors and beautiful surroundings give this place a unique atmosphere, make it the perfect way one can combine work with leisure. The hotel in the city center and the old part of the city, 18 km from the sea and 135 km from Gdansk. Qualities of the natural environment, hundreds of picturesquely situated lakes, beautiful forests, clean air, healthy climate, provide comfort for rest and relaxation on the coast of Slupsk. Just a couple minutes away is the coast of the Baltic Sea with beautiful sandy beaches. Guests with cars we offer secure parking for cars and 3 garages.The Piast Hotel currently has 52 beds in 25 rooms (single, double, triple rooms and 3 suites). All rooms are equipped with telephone, bathroom, shower, TV-SAT. On request we can arrange an extra bed.
To our guests disposal is a conference room of 52 m.
Slupsk - municipal borough in northern Poland, in pomorskie, is the seat of Slupsk and commune of Slupsk. It is on the River Facility, Near Koszlin, at a distance of 18 km from the Baltic. This is the center of the industry: footwear, machine (mainly agricultural machinery), plastics, and car (buses and trucks). Historically town belongs to Western Pomerania.