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angelo by Vienna House Katowice****

angelo by Vienna House Katowice**** is a modern business and conference hotel in the heart of the capital of Upper Silesia. It is located in the central part of Katowice, only 500 meters from the Spodek/Voivodeship Sport and Show Arena and the Main Railway Station. The facility has 12 conference rooms with a total area of 986m ².  There is a restaurant for 160 persons, Jazz Bar, fitness room, sauna and underground parking.

Location
street Sokolska 24
40-086 Katowice
Katowice
Silesia, Upper Silesian Agglomeration
in the city/town centre
General Information
: hotel
: ****
Contact data
: (+48) 32 783 81 00
: +48 32 783 81 13
: info@angelo-katowice.pl
: www.viennahouse.com
Accommodation
: 17
: 428
: 203
: conference centre, fitness club, cafe, guide in German, guide in English, guide in French, guide in Russian, guide in Spanish
: we accept Euro, we accept card payments, internet, air conditioning, we speak English, we speak French, we speak Spanish, we speak German, we speak Russian, car park, guarded car park, non-smoking rooms, smoking rooms, tv/sat, deposit box, business services (fax, xero etc.), pets welcome, fitness club
: children under 6 – no charge/for free
Conference room
: Yes
: Yes
: Yes
: we accept Euro, we accept card payments, swimming pool, internet, we speak French, we speak Spanish, we speak Russian, non-smoking rooms, fitnnes club, we speak English, we speak German, air conditioning, car park, guarded car park, child care
Availability
: whole year
Attractions
Routes
Galleries

City audio tours

We invite you to an audio tour of Katowice.
Description forthcoming
Zapraszamy na audiowycieczkę po Katowicach!

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Katowice
The building of the Adam Mickiewicz III Secondary Comprehensive School is the pride of one of the most important streets of Katowice - Mickiewicz Street. The history of the school dates back to the 70s of the nineteenth century, and the building itself was completed in 1900. It was designed by Józef Perzik, who gave it the neo-Gothic building character. The building was erected of brick and stone. It is decorated with impressive turrets over the roof and projections with fine tops and a rosette in the main façade.
Katowice
The Mickiewicz Street in Katowice is one of the showpiece streets of the capital of Upper Silesia. Its "career" began in the second half of the nineteenth century, as the Nadbrzeżna Street, and later was called the Augusta Schneider Street. We can find a lot of interesting historical buildings from the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, such as the neo-Gothic edifice of the Adam Mickiewicz III secondary school, Art Nouveau and Modernist buildings, and modern skyscrapers.
Katowice
The area around the General Józef Ziętek Roundabout in Katowice is one of the most recognizable places in the capital of Upper Silesia. Even today visitors are impressed by the bold shape of the Sport and Show Arena known as Spodek ("Saucer in Polish). On the opposite side of the roundabout there is the Monument of the Silesian Insurgents and close to it the bronze statue of General Ziętek. An unusual memento of the communist times is the so-called Super Unit. A more recent landmark is "Rondo Sztuki", a an art and cultural centre.
Katowice
The Goldstein Villa in Katowice, also known as the Palace of the Goldsteins, or the Palace of the Industrialists, is a neo-Renaissance building, located in the western part of downtown Katowice, on the corner of today’s Jan Matejko Street and Plac Wolności (Freedom Square - formerly Wilhelmsplatz). It was built by Abraham and Józef Goldstein in 1872. They were rich Jews who came from the area annexed by Russia, and who for some time ran businesses in Upper Silesia.
Katowice
In 1984, the reactivated Silesian Museum in Katowice was moved into the impressive building of the former Grand Hotel at today’s 3 Korfanty Street. The construction of the building was financed by Max Wiener, an entrepreneur from Katowice in 1899. It was designed by Ignatz Gruenfeld or Gerd Zimmermann. The building is made of brick, giving it an elegant, neo-Renaissance form with decorative gables and projections.
Katowice
Katowice is the second city (after Warsaw) in Poland which boasts the largest number of high-rise buildings. The tradition of such constructions in the capital of Upper Silesia dates back to the interwar period, when the first “skyscraper” in the country was erected in Katowice. Currently, the record high building is the skyscraper "Altus", which is 125 meters tall and has a total area of about 69 000 square meters.
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Silesian Tastes Culinary Trail

Katowice
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Katowice
Moodro Restaurant is a unique place located in the old engine building belonging to the Silesian Museum in Katowice. The... More>>
Katowice
Restaurant "Kuchnia Otwarta" specializes in a traditional Polish cuisine, and all the dishes served are based exclusivel... More>>

Gastronomy

Katowice
The restaurant sunlight is the hotel’s flagship, available not only for hotel guests. The restaurant, flooded with natural light, open space offers room for up to 160 guests. The interiors are full of distinctive colours combined with minimalist forms.
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