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Offers 147 places extra, spread in 87 rooms prepared for the handicapped persons residing in Poznan for business and pleasure stays.
Free high speed internet access in every room. Rooms for smokers and non-smokers. In selected rooms quick safety deposit box for guests.
For an additional fee you can take animals: Dog or cat.
The weekend prices apply from friday to Monday. Higher prices during the exhibition center: Budma, Arena Design, Infosystem, CEDE, Polagra farm and food and Poleko and Tour Beauty.
The structure of the rooms:
- 28 x 1-os. ( Single )
- 35 x 2-os. ( Twin )
- 18 x 2-os.Plus ( Double )
- 4 x Suite ( ) Suite
- 1 x Studio 3-os. ( Studio )
- 1 x Suite 312
Poznan - one of the oldest and largest Polish cities, situated on the river Warta Cybiną in Wielkopolskie; historical the capital of Wielkopolska, the capital of Wielkopolska province. Within the city is a large node road and rail and international airport Lawica Airport. The fifth largest population in the town in Poland and 7 in terms of surface.Poznan was one of the centers of the capital and religious member Piasts in X and XI century in the past was the capital of the member and the rulers. In 2008 Poznan - historical city assembly was considered History Monument. In the Poznan Cathedral situated on the island of Ostrow Tumski are buried first ruler of Poland: Mieszko I and Boleslaw Chrobry.
Now Poznan is a large economic, academic scientific and cultural. A large center of industry and services, place the oldest and largest in Poland, annual Poznan International Fair. According to external evaluations carried out by the credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service in terms of reliability for investors slightly disappears much more Warsaw. Office of the curia archdiocese of the Poznan.
Poznan is 4. academic center in Poland.
The city is called in tourist guides "Music capital of Poland" due to operating here choirs boys and men, organized every 5 years violin competitions and lutniczym Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition and also due to the activities of the CHAMBER ORCHESTRA "Amadeus" Polish Radio conducted by Agnieszka Duczmal, Opera and the Polish Dance Theater.
The city is strongly related communicatively and economically with the surrounding municipalities district Poznan forming a conurbation of Poznan (with shared infrastructure such as water supplies).
Poznan, by prepared in June 2009 by the editors of the weekly Sectional ranking is the best to life city in Poland.