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The hotel is the MAXIMUS object located in Jasło along the route to Nowy Sacz. The location of the hotel will provide you with convenient communication and the opportunity to relax and peaceful rest.
We prepared for you:
- 20 sleeping places
- a restaurant for 40 people from the output to the summer garden
- guarded parking
object is for non-smoking guests. For smokers are designated.
The hotel has Wifi Internet. We offer a friendly service and favorable conditions of work and repose.
The Hotel MAXIMUS, which are worth on the occasion of the view of this "Karpacka Telewizja Kablowa Troja" - Outdoor museum of archeology, which is a true copy of the Slavic settlements
of the bronze age in the town of Trzcinica, landscapes Magurskiego National Park and the Museum in Krempnej.
The restaurant is a place with unique atmosphere where you can enjoy great cuisine, excellent wines and drinks. Cozy atmosphere and excellent service certainly will encourage Member to hold frequent meetings of the integration, family and occasional Skontaktuj się z nami
the summer months we welcome you to our garden where you can relax with a cup of aromatic coffee, a glass of wine over a mug of beer or with tasty you just cannot miss.
The restaurant is open from 13.00 - 22.00.
The Jasło - district city in south-eastern part of Poland in the Podkarpackie voivodship (from 1999), within the Jasielsk-Sanok Depression meet. It is located at a height between 225 to 380 m altitude at the intersection of the Rivers Wisłoka, oil and Jasiołki.
The patron of the city is St Antoni.
Part of the city: oral, Cube, Brzyszczki, Gamrat, Gądki, Gliniczek, Hill, Hankówka, Kaczorowy, Kowalowy, Krajowice, Niegłowice, New Żółków, Bailey, Sobniów, Ulaszowice, Warzyce.
In the years 1975-1998 city administratively belonged to the province of Krosno.
In the first sources name appears in 1262 in the form of Jasieł. In XIV century document its present name in German, Jessel Ieschil (1325). The name is the origin of the Slavic and originates from the name of the river flowing through the city; probably was created from the word bright (gloss).
The word "jesło" during the przedpolskim and Old Polish word "jasło' meant "feed trough" and is derived from the verb "eat" (created on the same basis as the word "soap" from the verb "clean"). The word is not present in the Polish language, only its rarely used zdrobnienie "jaselka".