The premise has its own long history, it was built in 1942 by the Germans for the purpose of single Stalingrad battle. It was built of red, ceramic brick obtained after demolition of military barracks erected in Komorow in 1890. The three-storey construction of over 2 000 m2 floor space, was designed for heavy loads. Germans used to keep granaries here at all storeys up to 2-3 m height. Each floor had mounted conveyor, which carried the grain later packed in bags and sent to eastern front by rail. Return transport carried wounded soldiers being later transported to the field-hospital of nearby Komorow.

Diligence and reliability of the building served during subsequent decades.

In the 50s of the twentieth century, during the Cold War, the lowest part of the building made anti-atomic shelters. In the 70s and 80s, the structure was used for commercial purposes, production and office space. Later abandoned for many years. Current owners have renovated and restored the structure with attention to the detail and reference to its history. Conveyor belts have been preserved, two industrial elevators have original German plates. The building restored with enormity of the work, now offers hotel rooms and four function rooms which can accommodate up to 700 people. The building was built by the Germans 70 years ago, neglected and decaying for many years, now delights with charm and unique atmosphere.

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