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Where To Stay In Łódź, Poland

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Łódź is Poland‘s third biggest city and has played a considerable role in the history and economy of the country. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, to work or wander through Łódź’s numerous parks and museums, you will need a bed to sleep in. If you need somewhere to stay in Łódź, look no further, The Culture Trip has compiled a list of the top 1o hotels in the city.
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Stare Kino Cinema Residence Hotel

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Stare Kino Cinema Residence Hotel

It is no coincidence that this hotel is located at this address: 120, Piotrkowska Street housed the first Polish cinema, which opened in 1899. To preserve the heritage, the rooms and apartments are decorated in line with different Polish films that were shot in Łódź. Therefore, walking through the hotel is like walking from one film set to the next, and each room is unique. Not only the décor is remarkable, the hotel is also conveniently located in the center of the city and the price won’t break the bank. What more could you want?

Price : Mid-range
Watch out for : the ‘Kingsajz’ appartment
Address and telephone number : Piotrkowska 120, Lodz Poland, +48 42 207 27 27

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Tobaco Hotel

You may have wondered why they named a hotel after tobacco. Is the hotel full of smoke” Thankfully not. The impressive building used to be a cotton mill back in the 1870s and then was turned into a tobacco and cigarette factory after the first World War. The building has been well renovated, and the red-brick walls and colorful 1950s design give it a cheerful atmosphere. The rooms are compact but have everything you need and are a good base from which to explore the city.

Price: Mid-range
Address and telephone number: Kopernika, 64, Lodz, Poland, +48 422 070 707

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