Villa Marilor Hotel Palace. The Capital of Polish Tatras , Zakopane , ul . Kościuszki 18, beautiful monumental park and the Palace, Villa Marilor. Built in 1912 for the Szczeniowski family, it owes its unique name to one of the owners, Maria Eleonora .
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The Capital of Polish Tatras, Zakopane, ul. Kościuszki 18, beautiful monumental park and the Palace, Villa Marilor. Built in 1912 for the Szczeniowski family, it owes its unique name to one of the owners, Maria Eleonora.
From the day of its opening, on 29 September 2001, the Villa Marilor Palace houses the now five-star Hotel & SPA.The pages of our guestbook say it all, the thanks, wishes, expressions of gratitude for the solicitous, kind and professional care. Page by page in the languages of the whole world...
The interior decoration of the rooms emphasises the eclectic style and architecture of the whole Hotel. Elegant, spacious rooms, arekept in two colour palettes: golden-blue and golden-claret.Every room is equipped with TV SAT, telephone, access to the Internet, mini bar and a strongbox. All the rooms are en suite with a bathroom, hairdryer and under-floor heating. Both buildings make an integral whole, having 30 double rooms, 3 single rooms, 1 suite and one room for disabled.
Holistic journey of the senses...
You can put on a bathrobe and go directly from your room to our SPA facility.The cabinets for massage, facial and body `La Culla` treatments are the cosmetic part of the SPA. Apart from that, we also have a gold swimming pool with hydromassages, steam room, IR sauna and a salt cave which is the only one in Zakopane.The treatments are tailored to meet individual needs of our guests. Everyone will find something they like here. Our SPA Team is ready to make your stay in the facility the most important stop on your journey to relaxation.
From the beginning of its existence, Villa Marilor Hotel has also had a Restaurant.Our chef, Stanisław, has done his best to enchant the taste buds of every guest for the past 8 years. Our restaurant menu offerssophisticated Polish and European meals served in elegant surroundings by professional waiter staff. The Restaurant has repeatedly proven to be a great place for organising weddings, intimate family celebrations, romantic candlelight dinners, banquets and occasional barbeque parties.
The interior of the Cafe-Bar 1920 is like a faithful copy; it resembles the stylish pubs from the beginning of the past century. White and red wine from the great regions of Europe, Australia, United States, Argentina, Chile. Vodkas, drinks, cocktails, fresh juices, coffee, tee and excellent French cognacs whose production technology has remained unchanged for 300 years. Tasting all the drinks in the atmosphere of stylish rooms will help you break away from reality for a long time.
Conferences, trainings, bankquets, concerts, projections.We call them Conference and Hunting Rooms; in the Hotel there are two types of rooms prepared for such events. The Conference room can seat 60 people in the theater arrangement, and 30 people in the banquet and school arrangement.The Hunting room, on the other hand, can seat 60 people in the cinema arrangement and 40 people in the banquet and school arrangement. Both rooms are equipped with the essential multimedia devices.
Long time ago, people used to play tennis by bouncing a ball with their hands. Then they used wooden rockets and rubber balls covered with flannel. The Tennis court resembled two diamondsconnected with their bases.London neighbourhood, Wimbledon, became the cradle of modern Tennis and the first tournament took place in 1877.Monumental park surrounding Villa Marilor has also become a great scenery for building a full-sized court. The surface of the tennis court has been covered with artificial grass; spotlights have also been built so that the darkness would not interrupt the play in warm evenings.