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  • Surrounding Attractions
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  • General
    • Object type:
      Hotels
    • Standardization made by:
      Urząd Wojewódzki
    • Category of standardization:
      **
    • Date of standardization:
      1996-11-09
  • Services and facilities
    • Facilities:
      • We accept euro
      • We accept payment by credit card
      • Swimming Pool
      • Internet
      • We speak English
      • Guarded parking
      • Non smoking rooms
      • Safe
      • Tv sat
      • Business services
  • Location
    • County:
      Kielce
    • Community:
      Kielce
    • Address:
      Kielce , ul. Paderewskiego 4c/2
    • Postal Code:
      25-017
    • Latitude:
      50.869447949579
    • Longitude:
      20.622389316559
    • Tourist region:
      Kielce Region
    • Position:
      Citycenter
  • Accommodation
    • number of seats:
      72
    • No. of rooms:
      36
    • Number of rooms 1 pers. With shower and sink:
      6
    • Number of rooms 2 pers. With shower and sink:
      24
    • Number of apartments:
      2
    • Price min. per prsn:
      90 PLN
    • Price max. per prsn:
      300 PLN
  • Contact details
    • Surrounding AttractionsZwińRozwiń
    Gallery of Contemporary Sacred Art "Dom Praczki" in Kielce
    Gallery of Contemporary Sacred Art "Dom Praczki" in Kielce

    The collection of the gallery includes works of Polish artists: Tadeusz Kantor, Wladyslaw Hasior, Jerzy Nowosielski, Jerzy Beres and Adam Heron. One can see sculptures, paintings, installations and photographs. Besides the permanent exhibition, "Dom Praczki" organizes contemporary exhibitions.

    • Kielce, ul. Zamkowa 5/7
    • +48 41 360 00 02
    Tomasz Zieliński Residence
    Tomasz Zieliński Residence

    In 1847, the head of the Kielce county authorities Tomasz Zieliński, a patron of fine arts and lover of antiquities, became a leaseholder of a riding school building and transformed it into a private residence.

    • Kielce, ul. Zamkowa 5
    • +48 41 368 20 53
    Kielce
    Kielce

    The earliest records about its trading activities date back to 1084 – it"s also the date of the construction of St Adalbert"s church. At the turn of the 11th century, Kielce and the Łysa Góra estate were already in hands of the Cracovian bishops. Kielce received its city rights in 1295, although some sources mention the year 1360 and bishop Bodzanta.

    • Kielce
    • +48 41 348 00 60
    The Centre of Patriotic and Civic Reflection
    The Centre of Patriotic and Civic Reflection

    The Centre of Patriotic and Civic Reflection came into existence in the building of old prison in Kielce. It is a place where citizens of Kielce and Świętokrzyskie region could learn about their ancestors’ patriotic and civic achievements. The concept of the exhibition was developed by Mirosław Nizio – the author of the exhibition in The Warsaw Rising Museum.

    • Kielce, ul. Zamkowa 3
    • +48 41 367 68 01
    National Museum in Kielce
    National Museum in Kielce

    The seat of the National Museum in Kielce is a palace, which once belonged to Cracow Bishops. The Cracow Bishops’ palace was founded by Jakub Zadzik in the years 1637–1641.

    • Kielce, ul. Zamkowa 1
    • +48 41 344 23 18
    Institute of Design Kielce
    Institute of Design Kielce

    • Kielce, ul. Zamkowa 3
    • + 48 41 315 26 39 wew.117
    Former Cracow Bishops’ Palace in Kielce
    Former Cracow Bishops’ Palace in Kielce

    The palace belonged to the Cracovian bishops who owned large estates in the Świętokrzyski region. The residence founded by bishop Jakub Zadzik (1582-1642) was erected on the Cathedral Hill. It is considered to be the best-preserved architectural construction in Poland from the Vasa dynasty times.

    • Kielce, pl. Zamkowy 1
    • +48 41 344 23 18
    Cathedral in Kielce
    Cathedral in Kielce

    In 1171 the Bishop Gedeon founded a collegiate church under the invocation of the Ascension located on Wzgórze Zamkowe. It was a Romanesque-style temple.

    • Kielce, pl. Marii Panny 3
    • 048 41 344 63 07
    Laszczyk Family Manor House
    Laszczyk Family Manor House

    Built on the southern slope of the Castle Hill (18thc.), it"s the only timber (larch wood) manor in Kielce. Covered with shingle roof and entered through a charming portico with columns, the Laszczyk family manor houses the head office of the Open-Air Museum of the Kielce Village and temporary exhibitions.

    • Kielce, ul. Jana Pawła II 6
    • +48 41 344 92 97
    Diocesan Museum in Kielce
    Diocesan Museum in Kielce

    The most beautiful and historic sacred-art works from the Diocese of Kielce can be seen in the ex-curia building which now hosts the Diocesan Museum.

    • Kielce, ul. Jana Pawła II 3
    • +48 41 344 58 20
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    Description

    The hotel is located approximately 150 m from the main pedestrian street of the city (Sienkiewicza Street) and about 400 m from the bus and railway station. It offers single, double and triple rooms with full bathroom, telephone, cable TV and Internet connection. Each hotel guest has the possibility to gain an one-hour entry into the r4u sport & recreation complex with swimming-pool, sauna and jacuzzi (from 6:00 am till 22:00 as the availability of seats).
                    

    Location

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    • 20.622389316559
    • 50.869447949579
    • Kielce, ul. Paderewskiego 4c/2
    • Citi Hotel