Inspiring places: Design Hotel&Spa Poziom 511, Poland

After very stressful and eventful couple of weeks, we got a chance to escape to Poland. Apart from seeing my dear mum and family, we managed to squeeze a few days in Polish Jura region situated between Cracow and Częstochowa, in south-central Poland.

We were super excited about our mini-break as I booked us to stay in a very modern Design Hotel and Spa Poziom 511. Poziom means level in English and refers to its location, 511 metres above the sea level.

Poziom 511 design hotel in Jura Poland

The hotel’s setting is breath-taking. It’s situated next to the historical Ogrodzieniec Castle and incorporates the surrounding rock formations and forests into the interior design of the place. The rooms are modern and comforable.

Jura Poland Poziom 511 area

The hotel’s facilities are top class, especially its swimming pool and spa. We were very lucky to have the facilities to ourselves for most of our stay.

Poziom 511 the pool and spa

The dining area was very stylish. I especially love how they incorporated the rocks into the building. Plus, the food was delicious. Thank you chef for absolutely yummy breakfasts and dinners.

Poziom 511 Dining Jura Poland

I would definitely recommend going there for a mini-break, especially when you are in need of relaxation.

If you are into outdoor activities like hiking, climbing or cycling, you’ll have plenty to do there as well.

What do you think? Are you tempted to visit Jura region in Poland?

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Images: All taken by me apart from the top right image in collage 1 provided by Poziom 511. Thank you.

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