The hotel occupies the building fully restored to the style of an 18th century palace.
The Przezdziecki family was one of the best known among many owners of the original palace.
On their request, the palace was redesigned around 1806 by the famous Polish architect Fryderyk Lessel.
The resurrection of Old Warsaw is something of a surprise - and a miracle.
The architectural style has been wonderfully restored. In green parks, rowing boats glide past busy cafés,
the bright lights are back, the night life swings. And most of it has happened since 1989.
As you stroll past the palaces, you can feel you are traveling through seven centuries of history.
Within the Old Town, this new hotel has just opened it's doors to requiring guests. From the outside,
the three-story building looks like a monastery with a courtyard at its centre. Inside, however,
the style is clean cut contemporary; light hues of stone and wood offsetting colored silks and elegant Italian furniture.
The well-appointed bedrooms will happily appeal to business and leisure travelers alike.
The vaulted restaurant, La Rotisserie, opens onto the cloistered silence of the courtyard in summer.
A swimming pool and sauna are yours to wash away the day.