The International Presidents’ Meeting is going to be held on 15-19 of February 2017 in Arlamow.
Below you can find more information about Hotel!
The Arlamow Hotel
The Arlamow Hotel was designed as a multi-function, complex facility to be used for leisure, conferences as well as sports events. It has also been provided with a state-of-the-art SPA & Wellness Zone. ARŁAMÓW Hotel has 213 rooms, including 197 double room and 16 suites, including 2 Presidential Apartments . Each and every room comes with a magnificent view towards the hills, woods and valleys of the Słonne Mountains and the Przemyskie Foothills and because of this our hotel is a unique resort within these mountains. On days with good visibility you can see the fine panorama of the High Bieszczady.
The Hotel comprises three restaurants differing not only with their interior design but also with the menu on offer. Our attention to our Guests is reflected in our top quality menus. The delicacies on offer include dishes of various cuisines of the world as well as local flavours. The Hotel also provided with he cafeteria, lobby bar, night club and two wooden taverns; the latter with their stylish design, are a perfect location for all kinds of occasional events, e.g. rustic-style wedding parties.
The Arlamow Hotel is not only an excellent place for leisure time but also one of the largest and most modern convention centres in Poland. The conference facilities consist of four multi-function rooms comprising the total surface of 1487 m2, where it is also possible to divide the space into 10 smaller conference and training sections with varying layouts.
The heart and lungs of the Arłamów facility is the highly efficient cogeneration plant, based on three-phase technology and biomass, producing heat, electricity and ice water for our air-conditioning system. This is the most advanced and the largest plant of this type in Poland, and a rarity in Europe.
History of the Hotel
The Residence is a former holiday resort of the Council of Ministers, built in the 1960s, as a restricted and top-secret government facility. It was used exclusively by representatives of top authorities of communist Poland and by their guests. Those hosted here included: leader of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito, King of the Belgians, Baudouin I and his wife Fabiola, President of France Valèry Giscard d’Estaing, as well as Shahanshah of Iran, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi and Empress Farah and the Emperor’s brother Prince Abdul Reza Pahlavi. In those times Arlamow held political discussions, feasts and hunting parties. The Residence is the place where Lech Wałęsa, the leader of Solidarity, Winner of Nobel Peace Prize and later President of the Republic of Poland, was incarcerated in 1982 for 6 months.
Today, thoroughly restored and modernized, the historical „Arłamów” is called “Residence” and is open to all Guests. In addition to luxury rooms and suites it comprises an à la carte restaurant, a club, bar and a conference room.
If you would like to find out more about the Arlamow Hotel, check website: http://www.arlamow.pl/en/