Your session will expire in 5 minutes, 0 seconds, due to inactivity. Stay Logged In
Your session has expired. Please sign in to your profile

Holiday Inn Lodz

UL. Piotrkowska 229/231





Check In: 2PM

Check Out: 12PM

Check-in Age: 18


Book With Us Advantage

Location Highlights
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
Outdoor Tennis:
1.86 MI/ 3 KM South East
Must See

Must See

Visit Old Cemetery - the magnificent mausoleums, tombs and graves reflect the lives that were lived in the "Promised Land". Just a hop away is Izrael Poznanski Palace and Factory Complex - it's home was the largest residential structure among the great factory magnates in Poland. And don't miss Manufactura-the revitalised factory buildings, which now are an entertainment and cultural centre.
Must Do

Must Do

Take a walk in Old market Square-the heart of the Old Town. Under the occupation it was incorporated into the ghetto area. Stroll down Piotrkowska Street, the symbol of Lodz and Poland's longest promenade with many shops and more than 100 Pubs and restaurants.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

The Lodz Ghetto Survivors' Park, situated in Wojska Polskiego Street, was established. The grounds of the park are located close to the former ghetto boundaries. The idea of setting up the park was put forward by Halina Elczewska, one of the former Lodz Ghetto residents. On the 68th anniversary of the Lodz Ghetto liquidation 363 trees were planted by the Ghetto Survivors in the park.


Lodz, the largest film production centre in Poland, has always been well-known for its National Film, Television and Theatre School. The school, established in 1948, is one of the most famous higher education institutions and the only one of this kind in Poland.