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Pension and Restaurant with unique architecture, located 15 minutes by car from the center of Warsaw in the direction of Lublin in a residential, wooded district of the city - Anin, near the Masovian Landscape Park. The facility is located close to the Centrum Zdrowia Dziecka, the Institute of Cardiology, the Railway Hospital and the MT Polska marketplace. The city center is about 20 minutes by public transport. Guests can choose between double rooms, high standard, which can accommodate 21 people. All rooms are equipped with TV, telephone and bathroom with shower and toilet. Breakfasts for hotel guests are included in the room price. The restaurant with 80 seats is open to guests from 13 o'clock. We serve dishes of Polish and international cuisine. The specialty is a Polish duck with apples and borscht with dumplings. For dessert, we recommend pancakes with apples. We organize special events, training and integration events. Musical and artistic meetings.Warsaw (capital city of Warsaw) - the capital and the largest city of Poland, located in the central-eastern part of the country, in Masovia, on the Vistula. Since 2002, the capital city of Warsaw is an urban commune with the status of a city with poviat rights. Warsaw is a scientific, cultural, political and economic center on a European scale. It houses the seats of the parliament, the President of the Republic of Poland, the Council of Ministers and other central authorities. Warsaw is also the capital of the Masovia Province. Warsaw is the only city in the present Polish borders decorated with the Silver Cross of the Military Order Virtuti Militari (and the second in the history of Poland, after Lviv). Warsaw is the largest Polish city in terms of population (1 720 398 residents in December 2010) and area (517.24 km2 including the Vistula). On the national scale, the actual number of residents of Warsaw and the surrounding area can only be compared to the Upper Silesian Industrial District.