Located in a sleepy courtyard on ul. Piotrkowska, the Good Time Aparthotel occupies a famous neo-renaissance style townhouse dating back to 1891 and designed by local renowned architect Gustaw Landau-Gutenteger. In 1899 the building, along with the neighbouring townhouse, was home to Poland’s first permanent cinema. The owners have paid particular attention to the original fixtures and fittings of the building and have sensitively restored the wooden staircase and given the walls a fresh lick of paint. The past and the present blend together beautifully in the comfortable apartments with an eclectic mix of the old and the modern. They serve an exquisite breakfast buffet for an additional fee, and should you require it, conference facilities - three rooms, which can hold 60 people, each with a projector.
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