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Our hotel is situated at the foot of the Beskids near tourist destinations such as: Wisla, Ustron.
To the border crossing with the Czech Republic and to the international route S1 is only 1 km away
is 10 minutes from the center of the historical market of Cieszyn.
Cieszyn is one of the oldest towns in Silesia, split into two parts (Poland and Czech Republic)- Olzą river. Here you can experience many interesting sights. Worthy commands are Castle Hill, where is the XI century Rotunda Saint Nicholas and defense Piastowska tower. Worth visiting are also: Pit three brothers, fountain with eighteenth-century embodiment of Saint Florian and baroque and classicist town hall.
At your disposal we have comfortably furnished and comfortable rooms with private bathroom, tv, air conditioning and access to the internet.
In our offer there is also room for disabled people.
We have 47 rooms and we can in total serve up to 105 persons.For your convenience there is room service in the opening hours of the restaurant.
In room prices include breakfast.
The high standard of the object with the warm of the interiors, color walls and fabrics promotes good repose and relaxation.
For all pairs that decide to organise in our hotel adoption wedding gift we spend the night honeymooning couples in the Room De Lux, where the bride waiting surprise.
In order to storage security of valuable objects we recommend hotel safe. We have a luggage at the reception.
Cieszyn - district city in the Silesian voivodship, on the Silesian, the River Olzą separating them from the Czech Cieszyn. The historical capital of Silesian Cieszyń. The city lies on the border with the Czech Republic and to the introduction of the provisions of the Schengen acquis (21 December 2007) there was located the biggest road border crossing southern Poland.
In the years 1975-1998 city administratively belonged to the Bielsk Voivodship.