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Hotel Reymont is located in Łódź’s centre, 800 m from Manufaktura Shopping and Art Centre. The hotel offers rooms with a refrigerator, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi in a historic building.

The rooms in Reymont are classically decorated and feature a work desk and nightstands. All have a fan and a private bathroom. A hairdryer, a kettle and an iron can be requested at the reception desk.

Guest also can relax in the massage parlour. There also is a billiards room.

Piotrkowska Street, the city’s main shopping street, is 1.1 km from the Reymont, and Łódź Kaliska Railway Station is a 4 minute drive away

In front of the building there is a car park for 36 cars.

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Equipment

Bezpłatne Wi-Fi

Billard

Czajnik

Hotel przyjazny zwierzętom

Lodówka

Radio

Salon fryzjerski

Salon kosmetyczny

Suszarka do włosów

Telefon

TV SAT

Żelazko na życzenie

Usługi masażu

Our Rooms

 Economy rooms

  • 15 single rooms
  • 10 twin rooms

Standard rooms

  • 14 single rooms
  • 3 Double rooms
  • 14 Twin rooms
  • 7 triple rooms
  • 2 quad rooms
  • 4 Studio rooms
  • 2 suites
Total rooms: 71
Total places: 124
including 2 double rooms adapted to the needs of disabled people

Conference rooms

Hotel Reymontl offers comprehensive service of all business meetings. At your disposal, there are four conference rooms ranging in size from 24 m2 to 92 m2, which can hold up to 100 people. The air-conditioned conference rooms are equipped with the necessary audio-visual devices and free wireless Internet access. The hotel restaurant enjoys great popularity and is able to cater for any conference as regards coffee and lunch breaks.

Restaurant

Breakfasts are served by a catering company in the form of a Swedish buffet. We support a conference on coffee breaks and lunch.

Contact

Hotel Reymont Łódź
ul. Legionów 81
91-072 Łódź

Hotel Reymont Łódź

ul. Legionów 81
91-072 Łódź

How can you get to us ?

Railway station

Airport

Bus station

Attractions

Scheibler’s Mausoleum

Museum of Cinematography

White Factory of Ludwik Geyer

Interesting facts

Central Museum of Textiles

The White Factory (Polish: Biała Fabryka) is the classicist building in Łódź, Poland, constructed in 1835-1839 to host a textile factory which belonged to Ludwik Geyer. It currently hosts the Central Museum of Textiles and Folk Dance Ensemble “HARNAM”. It is considered a fine example of early industrial architecture in Łódź. The building is located at the southern end of Piotrkowska Street, south of the city center.

Museum of Cinematography

Opened in 1986 inside Karol Scheibler’s extraordinary 19th-century palace, the Cinematography Museum offers visitors two unique attractions in one. The museum itself offers a well-presented history of Polish cinema  and takes plenty of hats off to the multitude of Polish film greats who studied in the city before going on to greater things, as well as numerous changing exhibitions.

Mausoleum of Poznański and Scheiblers

The Mausoleum of Poznański and Scheiblers is two memories that tell us what city Łódź was. Above all, rich and industrial. Schreiblers and Poznańskis were families of wealthy manufacturers. Secondly, a city of many cultures and religions, because they were the first Protestants and the other Jews. The remaining funerary chapels are in themselves the artistry of cemetery art, and embedded in history and context, they are an amazing reminiscence of the past glory of Lodz.

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