Kiermusy’s Dworek nad Łąkami is not your typical hotel. Framed around an unevenly cobbled courtyard, it would better be described as a village within a village: the ivy-clad tavern on one flank, and at its head, accommodation filled with dusty gramophones and sepia images of Addams Family style characters.
Gazing right onto the ocean, the complex will allow guests direct access to the beach and will include state-of-the-art spa and conference facilities. Grzegorz Kawecki, Vice President of the Management Board of Marvipol Development SA said: “The premium hotel market is developing dynamically in Poland, which is why we have decided to cooperate with a strong, recognizable brand with a global reach, which is Mövenpick.”
Famously fronted by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and film producer Meir Teper, the Warsaw branch represents the luxury brand’s 12th hotel and 43rd restaurant.
This was where angels feared to tread. But changes have been meteoric. If Praga was once a byword for abandonment and decay, today it has become a calling card for the very concept of urban regeneration.
Inside a bar thick with smoke, babble, and antique booby traps, I lost myself in the cacophonous atmosphere, gazing helplessly at a barmaid in a tight tiger print top. I’d fallen in love: with her, with Kazimierz, with Kraków and with Poland.
Attracting a specific clientele defined not by their wealth or success, but rather their attitude to life, it is a place of openness, creativity and boundless good times.
The restaurant will form part of a multifunctional water-complex in the Masurian lakes.
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