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About the hotel

extraordinary hotel

Modern design, exceptional history and the most beautiful view of the Tatra Mountains

HARNAŚ Hotel is yet another magical place in BUKOVINA Resort. To make the Resort complete, we have created a luxury hotel in the mountains for those that are aware of their needs. Our priority is to meet the desires of every single guest. This is an adult-friendly hotel: a space full of relaxation and peace for guests over 15. Here, you can devote time to yourself. We guarantee silence, peace and top quality services throughout your stay.

history

Based on the past, we create the present with passion

The 50s

Family skiing

Bukowina Tatrzańska is a cradle of family skiing.The first ski lifts were constructed here, including drag lifts. They were not too long. Families with children felt safe here and successfully learned the ABC of skiing.

The 60s

The first designs of “Harnaś”

Based on a decision of the Central Labour Cooperative Union, the first drawings of the Harnaś Recreation Centre were created. There were three versions of the design. “Harnaś” was constructed in the years 1966-1969 on the Buńdowy Wierch hill. This was a modernistic building designed by Leszek Filar, Przemysław Gawor and Jerzy Pilitowski.

The 60s

“Harnaś” blended in with nature

The hotel was set diagonally to blend it in with the landscape of Podhale and protect it against winds without overwhelming the surrounding buildings. All rooms in “Harnaś” had windows on the sunniest side and a beautiful panorama of the Tatras.

The 60s

The rich offer of “Harnaś”

“Harnaś” competed with hotels in Zakopane. It offered services that were greatly appreciated by guests: double rooms with a bathroom, a dining room with a kitchen, a bar, service staff and scarce products at that time, like beer, ham and sweets.

The 70s

Summer in “Harnaś”

“Harnaś” was full all year round. In the summer, it guaranteed the proximity of the mountains and Morskie Oko Lake, a view of the southern side of mountain ridges, and very sunny slopes with excellent conditions for sunbathing and hiking.

The 80s

Historic “Ogórek” without a roof

The bus at that time travelled from Zakopane to Morskie Oko Lake via Bukowina. From the bus, tourists could admire beautiful views. Thus, the “Ogórek” (cucumber-like) bus was created on the basis of a Skoda by PKS employees, who decided to improve the aesthetic impressions of tourists by producing an open-deck bus with a stretched tarpaulin roof.

2016

BUKOVINA acquires “Harnaś”

BUKOVINA becomes the new owner of the building and transforms it into Harnaś Hotel. With respect to the modernistic topography and the work of designers of the day, the original logotype has been preserved. The inspiration was a signboard fixed on the roof of the building. It was digitalised and then individual letters were optically corrected.

architecture

We respect modernistic traditions

HARNAŚ Hotel is another magical place in BUKOVINA Resort. To make the Resort complete, we have created a luxury hotel in the mountains for those that are aware of their needs. Our priority is to meet the desires of every single guest. This is an adult-friendly hotel: a space full of relaxation and peace for guests over 15. The hotel means modernistic architecture of the 60s, modern design and the beautiful nature of the Podhale region.

design

The beauty of the hotel will capture your affections

“Harnaś” is a high-standard hotel with passion. The black and white common space imparts a pleasant sense of luxury. Colourful designer armchairs and the green of the 70s are a reminder of the colourful past of the building. We also show appreciation for the cultural and artistic life of former years. The hotel interiors are decorated with a collection of one hundred unique prints of highly regarded foreign artists from the years 1965-89. In addition, with respect to the modernistic topography and the work of designers of the day, the original logotype has been preserved. The inspiration was a signboard fixed on the roof of the building.