Its rich history began in 1841 when the Poljaks, a notable Polish
hoteliers, acquired the property and established one of the finest hotels in Eastern Europe. Then during the WW II, it was completely
destroyed. Rebuilt in 2007, the hotel combines comfort and tradition with the
most updated technology.
The hotel is filled with elegance and charm and is ideally located in
the very heart of the city, next to the City Hall and the Palace of the
Republic. It is surrounded by deluxe
boutiques, art galleries and famous cafés.
Its warm and intimate atmosphere makes every guest feel unique and
privileged. The hotel staff provides guests with gracious around-the-clock
service, and anticipates their every need, wish and preference.
The Hotel is small, exclusive and distinguished by the elegance in
façade and décor and perfection of its furnishing and standard of service. A
cozy lobby with a fountain and a piano welcomes guests.
High-speed Wi-Fi Internet connections throughout the hotel,
air-conditioning, LCD flat-screen televisions, trouser presses are but a few of
the room amenities guests will enjoy during their stay in our hotel.
The Europe Restaurant features a wonderful selection of wines and dishes
of the European cuisine, à la carte lunch and dinner and an extravagant
The hotel also features a Health Club, which features up-to-date
equipment, relaxation areas, saunas and a swimming pool. Personal trainer is
available at a simple request.
The Hotel can also accommodate a variety of business and social
functions, from board meetings to large group or dream wedding receptions. The
Conference Hall can handle up to 100 guests, while the Meeting Room has a
maximum capacity of 20. The Europe Restaurant can comfortably accommodate 95
occupants and the Banquet Room is best suited for groups of 40 guests.