From depths of the salt mines to the trees and seaside lakes – we have searched our country to find the most unique and unusual hotels for your stay!
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Deep down in an old salt mine lies secret world of underground salt lakes, historical chambers and sculptures made from salt. It’s so big, that during your visit here you’ll see only 3km of corridors, which is barely 1% of everything that is down below.
And as you probably suspect by now, you can spend a night in this magical place! 125 meter below the surface you can experience stay that will be remembered for long.
It’s unique, offers best views and it…floats. Meet floating hotel HT Houseboats, which is parked on the waters of Jamno lake.
There is plenty of recreation options here while Baltic Sea and the beach are only 200m away – why would you want to stay at the normal hotel?
Indigo Warsaw Hotel
Among other hotels Hotel Indigo looks like Indian Holi Festival Of Colours – it is colourful, vibrant and happy. And inspiring – during your stay you can admire vivid design and brave art installations scattered around the hotel. Perfect place to stay when in Warsaw.
If you ever wanted to stay in a treehouse – do not leave this dream for later! It’s modern, comfortable and according to the Mostunique Hotels website, it is the best looking treehouse in Europe!
Bright modern interiors with big windows, electricity, bathrooms and minibars. They’re surrounded by vast gorges and marvellous forests, which will take you back to your childhood days…just perfect!
If you would like to meet one-to-one with the nature of Poland, you’ll find no better place than Glendoria Glamping. Beautiful sunsets, calmness of the lake and all the peace and quiet you might want – all this you can enjoy from the comfort of your charming luxury tent.
Tents were designed with finesse and will give you a sense of african safari – except here no lions will get inside your room. Instead you can observe tens of species of birds, swim, kayak, cycle and even scuba dive. Perfect place to feel rural Poland!
Back in the 1903 Tsar Nicholas II visited frequently beautiful Bialowieza town and surrounding forests. Obviously he was a Tsar, so a train station was built specially for him. Today you have a chance to stay at the historical building or even better… historical train carriages designed to suit royal family needs!
Nearby Bialowieza forest offers many attractions including animal watching including bisons, wolves and deers roaming in Primeval Forest.
If spending a night in a chamber of 13th Century castle is not enough to get you excited, you can uncover amazing castle stories about kings, ghosts or tragic accidents. Or look for hidden doors and treasures scattered around the castle!
You’ll have medieval gothic castle to your disposition, historic chamber, and all the time to explore the areas and look for the hidden treasure. Ernest Gutschow, who bought this place at the beginning of XX Century remodernised it extensively. And by remodernising we mean building secret chambers, hidden passages and lockers. From 30 entrances only 12 were discovered until today and part of Ernest’s big art collection was never found after his death.
Bochnia Salt Mine
This amazing salt mine originates in Middle Ages, and today it remains unique UNESCO site representing centuries of hard work of both humans and animal.
Today this place remains magnificent UNESCO site with spooky corridors, mining equipment and… ferry crossing. There is also 140-metre slide that will take you to you your chamber. And yes, while here you’ll have a chance to sleep underground with 250 meters of rock above your head!
Source: Polish Tourist Organisation
Photo © Anna Karahan