Villa Polanica ****, 4-star guesthouse with a unique atmosphere and the highest level of hotel services located in the Spa Park Resort Polanica-Zdroj. We base our products on the strengths of family, friendly atmosphere, while willingly taking up the implementation of business meetings or business.
We offer 32 room, 60 accommodation places + additional beds:
- 4 x single room
- 22 x double room
- 6 x double room LUX
Every room, apart from the 4 th floor, has a loggia (recessed balcony). In the building there is a lift, and in the garden you can find a playground.
We have 22 monitored parking spaces. We have facilities for the handicapped. Smoking is not allowed in any of the rooms.
For relaxation and health: Finnish sauna, xbox game console, massages on request, rental of bicycles, cross-country skis, Nordic Walking poles, playground for children, garden deck chairs, library, DVD rental, daily newspapers.
For safety and convenience: monitored parking spaces, hotel deposit, storage for luggage, bicycles and ski equipment.
We cooperate with:
SPA Centre Wielka Pieniawa - special discounts for our Guests
- Zieleniec Ski resort - 20% discoun for our Guests
In the surrounding area
- Mineral water pump room
- 98 kilometres of bike paths
- Nordic Walking paths
- Golf range at Szczytna
- horse stable
the possibility of organizing excursions.
We share our passion with you joyously.
Paintings by Jacek Caputa
The walls of Villa Polanica**** are decorated by the paintings of Jacek Caputa. Jacek Caputa paints, draws, creates usable graphics, creates installations and spatial compositions. The subject of his work is connected to tradition in which he searches for new meanings, creates metaphorical thematically scenes and ambiguous sacral objects.
His works are full of different signs and symbols. He is fascinated by synthetic drawings, vibrant surfaces and relief compositions…He creates installations and three-dimensional compositions in which he asks about enduring values of art, life, and metaphysics of the absolute. The artist rejects the traditional workshop of a painter; he experiments with matter – uses a variety of materials, creating collages from wood, sand, canvas, cardboard, plaster, acrylic and different paints. His works are inspired by byzantine and medieval art.