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The house was built in 1897 by Abram Jossem, a known dentist from Bialystok. It hosted many famous residents, mostly the elite residents of Bialystok. Back in time, several institutions were located here: St. Petersburg Agency - Toulouse Land Bank - the main investor of the "Ritz" Hotel, the Szejnman pawnshop, an institution producing stamps, the Solomon Ginzburg request office, the "Life of Bialystok" editorial office, and many others. Beautiful but unfortunately very damaged building, which was entered in the register of historical monuments, required renovation. The modernization of the building, which was possible through the capital of the investors and the EU subsidies, started in 2009, although, the original facade of the building was preserved. The main idea of the whole undertaking was to create a boutique hotel in the heart of Białystok
This hotel is the by far the best that we stayed at while vacationing through out Poland this past summer. All of the receptionist working the front desk always greeted us when we would could come and go throughout the day and if you had...More
It was just for one night but the hotel was amazing, really. Clean, nice, the receptionist was very nice and they speak English very well.
The only thing is the breakfast: expensive for what I took. It was late, after 10 am, but the receptionist...More
The hotel is located to the noisy night club, my room was next to the club on the first floor, the noise was loud with heavy metal music. I could not sleep, I was given another room on the third floor on the same side,...More
Hotel Aristo is located in the centre of Bialystok. Some places of interest are in a walking distance. The Military Museum is right next door. But it is a quiet place. Rooms are spacious, especially the bathrooms. The single beds are a little bit narrow...More
Hotel's location is nice as it is not even a 5 minutes walk to the square, and far away from the night life to have peace and quiet. Hotel is nice and modern, even has A/C which can be rare in Poland. Staff were friendly....More