If you want to feel young again, stay in really old hotel. That will put some things into perpective! Hotel Pod Roza is one of the oldest hotels in Poland. History of the building dates back to 14th century, however hotel was established here in 17th century. Since then it was a home to Russian Tsar Alexander I of Russia, Grand Duke Constantine Romanov, Persian emissary to Napoleon Mohamed Riza, Honoré de Balzac, Lech Walesa and Roman Polanski.
Hotel had recent renovation in 2020 to make your stay even more comfortable. Inside you'll find elegant restaurant under glazed roof, two bars, Spa and concierge to help you with all your requests.
Pay attention to the historic frieze above the hotel's door. It says ”STET DOMUS HAEC, DONES FLUCTUS FORMICA MARINOS EBIBET ET TOTUM TESTUDO PERAMBULET ORBEM”, which means “May this abode last for long ages, until the ant drinks the seas, and the tortoise encircles the world. Works!