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Serviced Apartments in Cracow
July 30, 2008 By El¿bieta Wrzecionkowska   
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Off White Business & Leisure Apartments is a newly completed residential complex in the historic Kazimierz district of Cracow that blends historical architecture with modern interior design. The apartments are intended for businesspeople and tourists.

Off White is the first serviced apartment complex in Cracow that combines the functions and comfort typical of hotels with the coziness and privacy of one's own apartment.

The interiors meet the needs of both short- and long-term residents. Clients can use hotel-like room service and may adapt the interiors to their individual needs.

The facility comprises nine apartments of 50 to 150 square meters in area, including a two-level penthouse with terraces commanding a view of Cracow's landmark Wawel Hill.

"In late August, we will launch a restaurant on the ground floor, with international cuisine combined with an original menu by well-known Cracow restaurateur Monika Turasie- wicz," said Ewa Adamowicz, manager of Off White Business & Leisure Apartments.

The project has been developed and carried out by GD&K Group. The design is by GD&K Consulting and Ovotz Design Lab.

"Until now Cracow lacked elegant accommodation offering both a sense of freedom and intimacy to the most demanding clients," said Wojciech Stanczykiewicz from Ovotz Design Lab.

The building's conservative design, simple form and sparing decoration blend well with the historic architecture of the Kazimierz district's Kupa Street. The interiors are designed with the utmost care and follow a black-and-white color pattern livened up by original Persian carpets.
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