Book now in our Campanile hotels restaurants
Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Łódź. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.
During your short stay in Łódź, in Poland, admire this beautiful city and enjoy meeting its residents. Over the course of a weekend stay at the 3-star Campanile hotel in Łódź, you'll get a glimpse of this city and its rich history. Explore Piotrkowska Street, the city's main tourist artery and one of the world's largest commercial thoroughfares. Between the bars, restaurants and shops, take time to admire some of the 19th century buildings and also the beautiful sculpture of the Polish pianist Arthur Rubinstein.
There's so much to see in Łódź that a week isn't overly long! Book a room at the Campanile hotel in Łódź, located in the city center, the perfect location for exploring the city and its surroundings. Stroll down Piotrkowska Street and then visit the Sztuki museum of modern art. For a shopping break, head to the Manufaktura shopping mall, built inside a former textile factory. And don’t miss the Łódź cathedral, the Herbst Villa and its museum, the Kindermann Villa, the Jewish cemetery and the Scheibler family palace.
Your kids won't regret coming to Łódź! Ideal for both children and adults, the city offers plenty of fun and lots of parks for family walks. For a nature break, discover Lagiewniki Park, the largest urban forest in Europe. Your children will also love Łódź Zoo, with over 2,000 different species of animals. Tigers, giraffes and zebras await your visit! Your family stay in Poland at the Campanile hotel in Łódź promises to be exciting!
Polish cuisine is one of the most famous cuisines in Eastern Europe. At the restaurant at the Campanile hotel in Łódź or in local downtown restaurants, you can enjoy hot soups like zurek or bortsch. As for main courses, try bigos, a delicious dish prepared with cabbage; mielony kotlet, which are meatballs; and pierogi, little raviolis. On the sweet side, try a slice of makowiec, a poppy seed roll, or sernik, a cheesecake. Beignet fans, don't miss out on paczki either.
Movie buff? Don't miss the many film festivals held annually by the city of Łódź. The Polish city has a strong connection with the cinema, as it is home to the National Film School, which top Polish filmmakers like Roman Polanski and Andrzej Wajda attended. If you’ve booked a room at our Campanile hotel, ask about the entertainment organized by the hotel, such as tastings or theme nights.