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Gateway to the East
April 8, 2009   
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Just 60 kilometers from Warsaw lies 19th-century Łochów Palace, which has been renovated to house a modern conference and recreation center.

Łochów Palace is located in the central part of Poland's eastern Podlasie region in an area known as "The Gateway to the East." The area is full of ruins of castles and Baroque churches that testify to the region's former splendor.

The renovated Łochów Palace is a major attraction in the town of Łochów. The palace has accommodation for 200 guests and conference rooms for 300.

The Łochów Palace complex comprises the palace with four suites, 10 chambers, a ballroom, a fireplace lounge, a café, and a music hall that hosts piano concerts. The palace also houses modern, air-conditioned conference rooms with professional equipment, such as multimedia projectors, screens, flip charts, television sets, DVD players, wireless internet and PA systems.

The Palace Kitchen serves traditional Polish cuisine, including regional specialties.

"We also organize various attractions to accompany evening get-togethers, from art evenings to outdoor festivities," said Kamila Kucharczyk, manager of the Łochów Conference Center. "Our guests can pick from a wide range of activities, such as canoeing down the Liwiec River, which flows near the palace, team-building activities, forest hiking, cycling trips, and horse riding expeditions around the historic neighborhood."

In their free time, guests can check out the palace's spa facilities. The palace spa consists of seven treatment rooms that use cosmetics of the exclusive Decleor brand.

"Łochów Palace is also a good place to spend a family weekend," said Kucharczyk. "We provide activities for children, invite various cultural figures and organize concerts, folk art workshops, trips and bonfire evenings, all complete with delicious regional Polish dishes."
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