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Andels Hotel Lodz

At a glance

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    The hotel has four accessible rooms.

  • Architecture


    The hotel is a fusion of historic architecture and contemporary design

  • Location

    Local Attractions

    In the city centre, Andel’s Hotel Łódź is in the grounds of the Manufaktura shopping, art, and cultural centre.

  • Nightlife

    Bars and Nightlife

    The hotel’s central location makes it ideal for exploring the city’s restaurants, bars, and culture.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    This is a four star hotel offering a range of design lead leisure facilities and treatments.


Andels Hotel Lodz

ul. Ogrodowa 17 91-065 Lodz Poland

Spa & Leisure

Like the rest of the hotel, the skySPAce’s beauty rests on its innovative design, offering views of the city from the top of the hotel and the glass surrounds of the cantilevered pool, which allows you to swim, almost literally, into the horizon. In addition to the pool, the 1,200 square metre spa includes a sauna, sun terrace, relaxation room, gym, and wellness bar.

As well as the facilities and classes including Hatha yoga and body wellness, the spa takes an ecological approach to treatments and therapies, using Italian brands, [Comfort Zone] and Germaine de Capuccini, in a collection of body treatments for men and women including facials, massages, manicures, pedicures, wraps and rituals.

Hotel & Accommodation

In a former textile mill in the grounds of the Manufaktura shopping, art, and cultural centre, in the city of Lodz, Andel’s Hotel Łódź, is a fusion of historic, red brick architecture, and contemporary art and design.

With 277 rooms, suites and long-stay apartments, everything is sleek and understated complete with neutral tones, glass surfaces, and injections of bright colours alongside original features scattered for optimum effect, hinting at an undercurrent of sophisticated humour.

Continuing the attention to detail that this four star hotel offers, Restaurant Delight combines atmosphere and interest, with each of the 170 chairs having a history of its own. Offering fusion cuisine with a range of international influences, it prides itself on offering guests a culinary journey rather than a simple meal, while Oscar’s Bar provides an experience of its own – open for drinks throughout the day under the watchful gaze of a collection of works from international artists.