Europa Hotel in Lublin
The eclectic hotel was built in 1865-67, according to a design of Ludwik Szamota. It was patterned after Europejski Hotel in Warsaw. Since the very beginning, it was considered extremely elegant, modern, well-equipped and well-staffed. The Michelson family willed the building to the Lublin Society of Good Will. The building destroyed during the Second World War was renovated, and its original appearance was preserved.
For many years, the building was a travel lodge operated by the Polish Tourist and Sightseeing Society (PTTK). In 2002, following major renovation and adaptation works performed by Zomar S.A. and Tadeusz Fijalkowski, the building was reconverted into a hotel – Europa Hotel. The interior and the facades of the building are distinguished by elegance and the atmosphere of the past magnificence and splendour. Hotel guests emphasize the professionalism of the staff and the high-quality cuisine. Perfectly renovated plaster heads – a part of the external decorations – are admired by the passers-by. The hotel restaurant organizes meetings, conferences, banquets and catering. The restaurant offers high-quality and professional services thanks to a professional catering equipment.
Address: 29 Krakowskie Przedmiescie