Pałac Bielawa is a historic residence conveniently located at the foot of the picturesque Owl Mountains. It is a place made by its history, surroundings and the people who work here. We would like to share with you the joy of living in our beautiful area.
Our residence brings together a combination of fabulous architecture and elegant interiors with a beautifully designed and professionally equipped spa (providing I wide range of facial & body treatments as well as aesthetic medicine), as well as wellness (swimming pools and saunas) and fitness facilities.
Due to the historic character of the hotel, we don't offer a lift or air conditioning, and each room has its own individual character.
Each room has a bathroom, TV, towels, hotel cosmetics, mineral water, kettle and WI-FI.
Pałac Bielawa hotel | spa | sport is a unique building dating from the end of the XIX century.
Enlisted in the National List of historic treasures it is undoubtable a landmark worth visiting with a history is closely related to that of Bielawa itself.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
This is why we serve our guests a balanced and tasty breakfast that provides the ideal start to the day!
Pałac Bielawa makes every effort to ensure that parents and their children feel comfortable staying with us. Your kids will have a blast in our outdoor playground. We also have a playroom with toys and games… made especially for children.
Our staff makes sure that every guest can fully relax and unwind; therefore, at your request, we will prepare furnishings and accessories that will make child care much easier.
surroundings - Bielawa&Owl Mountains
We are located in the in the touristic heart of Lower Silesia, right in between all of its major tourist attractions. You will also have easy access to the Owl Mountains, the Bielawa Lake with a beach and wakeboard arena, many skiing (alpine and cross-country) walking and cycling trails – also the MTB Sudety (perhaps the best place for MTB in all of Poland!).
Our hotel reception will gladly give you information about the regions must-sees (including the underground cities of the II WW Riese complex), the Church of Peace in Świdnica –a UNESCO World Heritage site- and much more!).