This was a hunting lodge, built on Przysłop forest clearing (where new Schronisko PTTK na Przysłopie is these days) by Habsburg family (House of Habsburg), as the place was famous for wood grouse hunting. So they expanded existing hut into this spacious lodge, to accommodate their rich and high-ranking guests, such as Wilhelm II, German Emperor, Paul von Hindenburg, German Field marshal, or Charles I of Austria, just before he became Emperor of Austria. So there were many quite prominent guests staying in this building, not many other places has seen. But when the WWI ended its fate deteriorated, and the slide down the slope started, as the Habsburgs were no longer in power. It went under local forestry commision ownership, and it was leased for tourist lodging purposes. After WWII tourist numbers increased significantly, and the old hunting lodge couldn't cope with demand, so they built new Schronisko (tourist lodge), much bigger one. And the old wooden lodge has been dismantled, and moved to centre of Wisła, where it became a office building for local branch of tourist society PTTK. Most offices are hired out, some of them accommmodate so called "escape rooms" (also called mystery rooms) - not many young people resolving tasks there know what sort of famous people these walls had seen.