– price from : 120 zł
– Delux room with private bathroom



strzeżony parkingParking  (with CCTV)express check-outExpres check-out
Telewizor LCDLCD TVMinibarMinibar
SejfSafe ekspres do kawyCoffe machine 
Czajnik wraz z herbatą/ kawąKettle SuszarkaHair dryer


reservations (If you would like to reserve a specific room please write the name of the room or the room number in “requests” in the reservation form.)

History of the Patron

Ludwig Geyer (born January 7, 1805 in Berlin – died October 21, 1869 in Łódź) – industrialist, one of the pioneers in the development of the textile industry in Lodz in Poland, the owner of the first steam- powered textile factory in the Polish Kingdom. He was a tycoon owning not only the textile factories but also the whole production process. Geyer also owned a brickyard, a sugar factory and a sawmill.

Interesting facts

*Geyer liked going to the theater to play the violin to his guests, reading books and writing newspaper articles about agriculture.

* Ludwig enjoyed a great popularity among women, he even had three illegitimate children. Eventually, his family told him to get married so that he would not have more children out of wedlock.

*He ordered one of his buildings to be plastered and painted white, which is why until today his factory is called “white factory”