Since the days when a flat-capped and jodhpur-wearing director first yelled "CAMERAS ROLL!" into a tin-plate megaphone, Łódź has been the centre of the Polish film industry. Ul. Piotrkowska 120 was the site of Poland's first permanent cinema in the late 1900's, so it's fitting that the Stare Kino Residence is now housed at this address in a beautiful early 20th century townhouse designed by renowned local architect, Gustaw Landau Gutenteger. The sympathetic renovation of the interior is a class-act with each apartment relating to a famous Łódź production and one wall in each room is decorated with a giant still image from the film. Choose carefully from the 51 different apartments they have on offer, you may not want an enormous picture of Nazi officer Hans Kloss watching over you as you sleep, even though he was really Polish secret agent J-23! Don't miss their new onsite restaurant which serves International and contemporary "Łódź" cuisine.