In the middle part of the River Vistula, in the heart of Poland, lies a gem of Polish architecture - the castle in Baranów Sandomierski. The former seat of the Leszczyński family, it is one of few so well preserved magnate residences. Built in the late 16th and early 17th centuries to a design by Santi Gucci, and modeled after Wawel castle in Kraków, surrounded by a breathtaking park, the castle fits perfectly into the landscape of the Vistula plains. The interiors were designed by Giovanni Battista Falconi, while Tylman van Gameren created the gallery that was added to the castle's western facade. He is probably also the designer of the bastion defense system. The castle in Baranów is a three-floor building built on the plan of a rectangle. At its corners stand four round towers crowned with distinctive cupolas. The central part of the front facade comprises a protruding tower with the main entrance gate, leading through a stone portal into an enchanting arcaded courtyard. The columns of the ground-floor
Hotel offers 2 single rooms, 2 double rooms and 1 suite for four people at the Castle and 7 single rooms, 14 double rooms and 8 suites at the Hotel. All rooms are equipped with bathroom, satellite TV, phone, radio. Hotel's suites have bathrooms with shower and jaccuzzi.
There is a guarded parking in the permission.
Hotel's restaurant serves international and Polish cuisine. Stylish café, bar.
Three conference rooms and lounges can accommodate up to 200 persons. All rooms are equipped with A/V equipment. Capacity: 200