Villa Platinum Palace Residence is an outstanding place, made for lovers of beautiful design and exquisite cuisine and for people who expect the highest standards of service. Platinum Palace Residence will enchant you with amazing athmosphere of a historic Villa, where classical architectural patterns were transformed into a language of modern interior design. This catchy combination created modern space in a historical building which will provide the Guests with extraordinary esthetic sensation. What is really the most important in Platinum Palace Residence is an unusual, intimate atmosphere of a Villa situated in a sheltered park part of Poznań. This location makes you feel the comfort of rest away of hustle and bustle of the city and at the same time with an easy and fast access to a railway station, bus stop and Ławica Airport as well as all the most important Poznań business and cultural points.
"Poznan´s major tourist attractions
The Poznan Town Hall
one of the most beautiful Renaissance secular buildings (not only) in Poland is the symbol of the city. Worth mentioning is the building’s façade’s three-storied arcade loggia. The Town Hall’s major attractions are the famous billy goats, striking at noon on the tower, as well as its rich interior and exterior decoration. The interior hosts Museum of the History of the City of Poznan. Its focal point is the Grand Hall, also known as the Revival Hall. It rests on two sandstone pillars, supporting the ceiling, which in turn is ornamented with polichromed sculptures. These range from crests, biblical symbols and mythological scenes to exotic animals and planets.
Bamber’s Well, located in the center of the Old Market Square, commemorates the German immigrants from Bamberg who, in the fi rst half of the 18th century, came here at the invitation of the City Council to populate the nearby villages, hitherto decimated by the North War and the plague. Over years, they adopted the Polish culture, simultaneously preserving some of their native traditions and, predominantly, the beautiful, characteristic dress. The well was founded in 1915 by a Bamberg family of wine traders, the Goldenrings. On each fi rst Saturday of August, the Bamberg immigrants’ predecessors, along with the members of Poznan Bambers’ Association celebrate their arrival in Poznan with a flamboyant gala.
The Działyński Family Palace
This Baroque-Classical palace, decorated with reliefs is easily recognizable by the sculpture placed on the roof presenting a pelican with outstretched wings. In 1808, Anna Gurowska sold it to her son, Ksawery Działynski. It remained in hands of the Działynskis till 1872, the date which marks the death of Jan Działynski, the last member of the family. The palace was then inherited by Jan Działynski’s nephew, Władysław Zamoyski, who, in 1925, donated it to the Polish nation. Today, the building is the seat of the Kórnicka Library of Polish Academy of Sciences. The Red Hall of the palace, also known as the Rasberry Hall, is a place of frequent social gatherings, such as literary meetings, chamber concerts and lectures.
Parish Church (fara)
St Stanisław the Bishop’s Parish Church is a superior example of Baroque architecture. Initially the Jesuit temple, its construction proceeded in stages since 1651 till the middle of the 18th century and required the demolition of some selected fragments of city walls as well as fi lling the moat. The marvelous main altar and entrance portal was designed by Pompeo Ferrari. The building is a three-nave church with galleries over the lateral naves and massive columns in the main nave. The church strikes as monumental, pompous, literally saturated with all sorts of ornaments (e.g. sculptures, paintings, moulding) yet, all these elements instantiate an ideal example of artistic symbiosis. The nearly hypnotic play of light in the church gives the impression of its inside being slightly submerged in subtle fog.
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Platinum Palace Residence offers 14 comfortable rooms situated on two floors. The entrance to all of them is arranged around the atrium what makes the building more interesting. Each of these unique rooms joins the subtle design, comfort and the World-class highest standards. Platinum Palace Residence offers the Guests two types of rooms: luxurious and romantic. Romantic rooms were created for Guests preferring romantic and comfortable interiors. The colours of these rooms and the stylishfabrics were used to feel the atmosphere of warm and comfort. The highest standards applied, gives the Guests a feeling of exclusive relaxation. Luxurious rooms are for Guests who prefer exceptional and surprising interior design that joins the modernity with original style of an old Villa. Art deco design is the essence of exclusivity, perfection and special attention to details.
Double room from 399,00 PLN
Double room LUX from 419,00 PLN
Platinum Palace Residence Restaurant is an extraordinary place on the Poznań Restaurant market. The Guests are welcome to try the unique menu created by the Executive chef. It is made of dishes based on Modern Polish Cuisine trends which gives you a guarantee of unforgettable sensations, even for the most demanding gourmet.
Platinum Palace Residence is a perfect venue for organising business conferences. There are 2 comfortable , air-conditioned and hi-tech equipped conference rooms . The hotel offers a special consultant for every business meeting you hold, who makes sure all your needs are met and who offers a professional service to you. They offer conference service with coffee breaks, lunches and dinners in their excquisite restaurant or their summer al fresco.
Platinum Palace Residence is a perfect place to organise a special event. Exclusive wedding party is the one you will keep in mind for years. That is why taking care of the wedding reception details is worth your while. If you wish to have a wonderful wedding reception in Poznań, the hotel can help you organize it. They help choosing the unique menu, flower decorations and music. They also guarantee an atmosphere full of charm, unique interiors of the restaurants or the summer al fresco.
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