The Residence


The Residence – history combined with modernity



The Residence is a former building of the Office of the Council of Ministers. It was built in the 1960s as a closed and secret Government centre. Only the representatives of the highest communist authorities and their guests used it. Among others there were: the leader of Yugoslavia Josip Broz Tito, Belgian King Baudouin I with his wife Fabiola, the president of France Valèry Giscard d’Estaing, as well as the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi with Empress Farah and the brother of Emperor Prince Abdorez Pahlavi. In Arłamów they politicked, banqueted and hunted. 

During martial Law (1982) Arłamów became the place of internment of Lech Wałęsa – Chairman of „solidarity”, Nobel Peace Prize winner, later president of Poland. Today, the historical „Arłamów” after thorough renovation and modernization was named „The Residence” and is generally available. In addition to comfortable rooms and suites there is an à la carte restaurant, a club room, a bar, a conference room. The Residence – connected to Hotel ARŁAMÓW **** by underground tunnel – according to the current law is not included in categorization.


One of the attractions of the Arłamów complex is the Mother Earth Treasury Museum – opened in December 2015 – thanks to our cooperation with the Earth Nature Association.  The Mother Earth Treasury Museum is located in a historic mansion. The exhibition consists of nearly two thousand specimens – from both Poland and the world. Among them are gems – diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds and pearls.

In the museum we can also find fossils and nearly 200 meteorite shards from all over the world. 

We cordially invite all concerned, especially children and young people from schools. Information about the opening hours and price list is available at muzeum@arlamó

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