The Paulinum Palace
The pearl and a great treasure among the monuments of Jelenia Góra is the Paulinum Palace, built in the 19th century sat the top of a park hill, nearly at the very centre of the city.
The neo-renaissance hunters’ residence attracts guests with an elegant restaurantm conference rooms, stylish rooms and historical apartments.
The historical character of the palace and a comfy atmosphere are great for both individual visits and business meetings.
You can easily relax in the palace thanks to the wellness zone in the climatic underground, which offers a Finnish sauna, a Turkish sauna and a jacuzzi.
The romantic character of the Palace, its location and architecture create excellent conditions for organizing bridal parties and impressive banquets. The historical ballrooms and terraces with a view for the picturesque park and the Karkonosze Mountains give wedding parties a special character.
The history of the Paulinum Palace reaches back to the 1870s, when the industrialist Richard von Kramst decided to build a new residence on Góra Krzyżowa, which was located to the south from Hirschberg (Jelenia Góra). The creation of the project was assigned to an architect from Dresden – Kurt Spate, and the local craftsmen were in charge of the building itself.
After the works were finished in 1872, their effect was an impressive residence, entirely kept in the stylistics of German magnate architecture, which was very fashionable at the time. The stunning palace was made even more excellent in 1906, when its new owner, commercial counselor Oskar Carlo ordered the castle to be expanded and modernized by one of the most famous architect in Wrocław – Karol Grosser.