Hotel complex boasting a picturesque location over the Poprad river features a ballroom and a mezzanine that will fit three hundred people, a restaurant and a summerhouse serving regional beers. The restaurant’s subdued and elegant interior is designed as a call-back to the second and third decades of the last cen¬tury. The walls are adorned with photographs of stylish old, pre-war Rytro resort houses. Their cooking is also meant to reflect the trends of that bygone era – it combines the old with the new and promotes the region’s culinary diversity. The star item on the menu is lachowski proziak – flatbread-like pie that’s formed like a pizza and served with various, also local, sides. PSST! The viewing platform in Wola Krogulecka guarantees a beautiful view of the Poprad valley. It’s best to go there with a picnic basket that comes courtesy of their chef.