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At DoubleTree by Hilton we put the human touch back into your travel
experience. It all starts with a warm welcome of a chocolate chip cookie at check-in.
Conveniently located in the city’s commercial center, just 1 km from one of Europe's longest commercial streets - the famous Piotrkowska Street, with its many pubs, restaurants and shops, our inviting hotel offers spectacular views overlooking Poniatowski Park. We are also just 3 km from Manufaktura Shopping and Entertainment Center, 6 km from Airport Lodz (LCJ), and 1 km from Lodz Kaliska Railway Station.
Unwind in a spacious and comfortable guest room, deluxe room or suite at this stylish Lodz hotel and enjoy modern amenities including HDTVs and complimentary WiFi access. Stay active in the complimentary 24-hour fitness center or simply relax in the top-floor SPA (open 6am - 10pm), boasting four treatment rooms for beauty and massage, a whirlpool and an indoor swimming pool. Dine in the stylish Four Colors Restaurant and enjoy delicious international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also offer a tempting room service menu for your convenience.
Business guests will appreciate our proximity to downtown Lodz, offering easy access to many important businesses and corporations. Host a business meeting, conference or social event in Lodz at this contemporary hotel with extensive conference and banquet facilities, including nine flexible meeting rooms and a spacious ballroom, all with the latest A/V equipment.
DoubleTree by Hilton Lodz is a part of an unique project of revitalized areas that used to house Feature Film Production Studio (WWF – Wytwórnia Filmów Fabularnych) in Łódź. Hotel’s stylistics refers to cinematic history of the place where it was erected. The building’s façade is adorned with a frame from “Forbidden Songs”, the first post-second-world-war film produced in Łódź. The hotel’s lobby is fitted with movie accents and in its central part one shall find floating stairs based on the project of the famous preserved spiral stairs from the former WFF situated next to the refurbished cinema hall. Doors of hotel rooms are fringed with motives from