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Wilan Hotel ** is situated near the Royal Road leading from the Old Town by the Lazienki Royal Park to Wilanow Palace.
The excellent location in a quiet area surrounded by greenery makes it the perfect place to relax as well as organize trainings and conferences.
The hotel is located in the good point communication. You can quickly reach the center (10 km), the airport (7km) , or to trade - MT Congress Poland (10 km).
To our guests we have 73 rooms with bathrooms, including 129 beds. In 2009 rooms have been renovated and in 2010 we have stairways. The rooms are spacious and functional furnishings. We care about the friendly atmosphere , usefulness and convenience of guests. We endeavor to make our guests find their peace during your stay.
Training groups we offer 7 air conditioned conference rooms equipped with multimedia equipment.Breakfast is served in the form of buffet breakfast in the restaurant "Rauta" away from the hotel about 150 meters. The restaurant specialises in Polish and Italian.
Warsaw - the capital and the biggest city of Poland, situated in central and eastern part of the country, in Mazovia, on the Vistula River. Since 2002 the capital city of Warsaw is the municipality to the city on the rights of the district.
Warsaw is the center of the scientific, cultural, political and economic on a European scale. Are the seat of the European Parliament, the President of the Republic of Poland, the Council of Ministers and other central authorities. Warsaw is the capital city of Mazowieckie Voivodeship. Warsaw is the only city in the present limits of Poland Poland Silver Cross of the order of the Martial Law the Virtuti Militari (a second in the history of Poland town after Lviv).
Warsaw is the largest Polish city in terms of population (1 720 398 zameldowanych inhabitants in December 2010) and surface (517,24 km² including the Vistula River). In the scale of the country the actual number of inhabitants of Warsaw and its surroundings can be compared only to the Upper Silesian Industrial District.