|Number of persons :||1-4|
|Price from:||200 zł|
|size of the room :||38m²|
|Parking (with CCTV)||Expres check-out|
It is the largest room in Lodzki Palacyk equipped with two double beds, one-way mirror and antique furniture. Room also has a separate entrance/exit to the garden.
History of the Patron
We know surprisingly little about Izreal Poznanski even though he was one of the most prominent manufacturers in Lodz. Israel Poznanski (born August 25, 1833 at Aleksandrów, died April 29, 1900 in Lodz) – a Jewish entrepreneur. Considered together with Ludwik Geyer and Karol Scheibler to be one of the three Lodz’s “cotton kings”. He built a textile factory located at the Ogrodowa Street in Lodz, today known as “Manufaktura” – the largest shopping centre in Europe. Poznanski’s company was run unitl the twentieth century. However, due to the outbreak of the First World War the company fell into debt because of the lack of orders from the East. The company collapsed and Poznanski’s descendants moved out of Poland .
* Israel Poznanski at the beginning of his career rode the trolley to collect rags.
* As a rich man he wanted to decorate the living room floor with golden rubles and asked for consent the Russian authorities.
* In 1900, when the manufacturer was sick, he ordered to lay straw on Ogrodowa and Zachodnia streets, so that he would not be disturbed by the noise of carriages and wagons.