There is a reason why customers say about this place: “probably the nicest hotel in Poland”. Starzyński is located on the Tumskie Hill. Right next to it is a medieval cathedral, just a few steps away the Old Town and the best museum of secession in Poland, the Płock amphitheater. Below you can see the picturesque Vistula valley, which in a strange way adds the impression and the actual feeling of peace and relaxation. Our picturesque restaurant and hotel terraces give you the opportunity to eat a meal in the open, in the vicinity of the Vistula riverbed.
Hotel Starzyński together with the Restaurant and SPA is a rich offer of stay and accommodation (57 rooms), addressed to both individual and corporate guests. Business guests will find a wide range of unforgettable and effective meetings and trainings here. The spacious areas of the glazed Restaurant together with the terrace and banquet hall is an ideal base for creating elegant occasional parties, banquets and family gatherings. The space gives a lot of arrangement possibilities, and our beautiful halls and observation terraces give a huge field to host even several hundred people.
The facility has three training rooms, which by their direct location can be an excellent workshop solution and the ability to conduct several meetings at the same time. The rooms have professionally prepared audiovisual and sound equipment, which, combined with a rich gastronomic offer, ensures a full conference package at your fingertips.
A bit of history
In 1545, the granaries and the temple were destroyed by fire, and after the slope of the slope, the monastery was demolished. A hospital operated in some of the buildings, which in 1803 the Prussians transformed into a military warehouse. A few years later, the prefect of the Płock department managed to recover the building and after renovation the theater was opened. Wojciech Bogusławski and Gabriela Zapolska performed here, as well as Mira Zimińska-Sygietyńska, whose father was a theatrical decorator, made her debut.
The street on which the hotel stands was then called “Teatralna”. The auditorium could accommodate 800 people, and the “Zacisze” Cake Shop was operating at the theater. During World War II, the Nazis dismantled the theater, wanting to build a German community center. After the war, in 1961, the PTTK tourist house was built with 86 beds, with a cafe, club rooms and a coffee bar.
He won the project led by prof. Marek Leykam, graduate and professor at the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology, co-author of the Dziesięciolecia Stadium in Warsaw. Currently there is a restaurant, bar and conference rooms at the Starzyński Hotel.
With the fall of communism, such a characteristic building was going down. The Starzyński family took it over in 1990, carried out a general renovation, and where the Sieciech castle once was, there is now a modern, four-star hotel complex. Hotel, restaurant and SPA salon under the name Starzyński. The building next to the cathedral is one of the most frequently placed photographs from Płock.