The IBB Grand Hotel Lublin gets newly renovated rooms

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The IBB Grand Hotel Lublin has undergone extensive renovations and in keeping with the history of the hotel, has now unveiled its newly renovated rooms and different areas across the hotel, and has also launched a new room category – the Deluxe Rooms.

In 2021, the historic IBB Grand Hotel Lublin had started with the renovation of the third floor, whereby the entire top floor had undergone a general renovation of corridors, rooms and bathrooms. It wanted to give esteemed guests the same feeling across the whole hotel and therefore, this year the hotel moved on to renovate the rest of the areas and rooms which needed an upgrade.

The IBB Grand Hotel Lublin has been upgraded with a new design concept for the most sought-after rooms for visitors in the region of Lublin and is expecting a high demand, whilst continuing to deliver on its promise of delivering the most effortless service to guests.

The renovations have mainly been done with all guests in mind – those who are looking for modern interiors and designs in the very centre of the city. Apart from the renovations in the standard rooms, the hallways, the lobby and the bar, which will be furnished with modern designs that follow the style of the superior rooms; the hotel can now offer 6 deluxe rooms.

The new 30m2 deluxe rooms are equipped with a comfortable work desk, a 7-zone mattress for relaxation, a sofa with coffee table, Dolce Gusto capsule coffee machine, soft dressing gowns and slippers amongst other things.

This will be a new era for the IBB Grand Hotel Lublin, as this project will fully satisfy the needs of guests who are looking for incredible comfort and at the same time a location in the heart of the city.


The building housing the IBB Grand Hotel Lublin was constructed in the years 1899-1900, in just 17 months, for the Commercial Chamber of Lublin. It was designed by Gustaw Landau, an architect working in Warsaw and Lodz, and a brother of one of the co-owners of the Commercial Chamber. It became a popular venue for business negotiations as well as meals and in 1910, it got the architectural shape which we can now admire. What’s interesting about the building is that in the period between the two World Wars, on the ground floor there was a delicatessen shop and a coffee shop with breakfast rooms.

During World War Two the building was transformed into the Deutsches Haus because of its convenient location in the city centre. In the 50s it was changed into a low standard hotel with Lublinianka Cafe and a restaurant downstairs, with Lublin Grand Hotel Sp. z o. o., a company belonging to the Von der Heyden Group buying the hotel in 2000 and thoroughly restoring it and modernizing it – leading to its re-opening, as a 4-star deluxe hotel, in May 2002. The restoration efforts have been widely acknowledged and brought the hotel a few prestigious awards.

Speaking about the restorations, Michal Bienias, the General Manager at the hotel said that the historic hotel now reflects the same style throughout, with a new modern concept and in keeping to its beautiful history.

The IBB Grand Hotel Lublin, whilst staying true to its historical character of the building, has always provided the latest technological solutions, with free internet connection in all the rooms and wireless, high-speed internet access in the lobby, restaurant, and the bar. The renovations are expanding on these services and we can proudly say that the standard renovated rooms are now equipped with new decorations and modern lighting, while the spacious deluxe rooms offer a premium feel due to the relaxation area with a comfortable sofa and coffee table, while a perfect night’s sleep is ensured by bed mattresses with 7 levels of firmness.

Rooms are now ready and available to book on