We went to Palac Mierzecin for family lunch. We were super disappointed about the quality of the food. It just looks & sounds good in menu but that’s all. Quality & presentation is very bad. In need to change the chef as it’s really a shame.
We have visited this lovely establishment 5 times the last 10 years and it never fails. Imagine stepping into a large, delicately furnished room in the Palace overlooking the park, take a short stroll over to the exquisitely designed SPA with an enormous warm basin and multiple rooms for all sorts of treatments. Then finish of with a delicious dinner at the restaurant, a converted Vodka distillery, accompanied by remarkably good wine from their own vineyard. Finally the location is a huge estate surrounded by woodland, fields, small lakes and rivers. It’s hard to beat! Guess who will return...
We have seen quite a few top-notch Spa or luxurious hotels in Poland - this one clearly doesn't make our list! This place aspires to be something it is clearly not. Why? Because it lacks atmosphere and the devil is in the details. The "Palace" is more like a hunters lodge. Very dark and not overtly inviting upon entering the reception area, where they constantly have some annoying radio playing behind the reception counter. They have nice "representative" rooms on the ground floor but they keep them basically empty and closed when they could be some charming rooms for reading etc. if one just put a little effort into it. The standard in the palace rooms is VERY basic. They try to give you some historically-inspired interior but if the furniture is made of plastic and the carpets are literally run down, then well that fails. Breakfast is served in the palace basement without any daylight. The Spa offers a long list of wine and grape inspired treatments but we were unable to book any of them at any time during the 3-day stay. All they could offer were simple back massages. The sauna and swimming pool area is fine but it quickly gets very crowded and noisy on a weekend. Plus again, it lacks an atmosphere that would truly allow you to unwind and relax. Cleanliness is so so, it smelled of urine in the showers. On the positive side: The park is very nice, as is the area surrounding this place. The food in the distillery restaurant is good too.…
Stayed there for few days between Christmas and New Year and it was our second time in Mierzęcin. The biggest advantage of the place is the food and parks surrounding the hotel. Spa area is quite spacious, but dont expect big swimming pool. Despite the place was fully booked it was not overcrowded and it we could find table for breakfast and sunbeds at the pool. Good value for money.
This is lovely place with great views of the vineyards. I have stayed in one of the refurbished rooms, combining traditional and modern elements. The dinner and the wine were fantastic, high quality and very reasonable prices. The staff friendly and very helpful. I would definetely visit the Palac again!
If you search for quite and interesting place , no matter if you are a couple or group of friends or you are planning a business meeting- Mierzecin is definitely the place. Very nice rooms, I recommend Grape spa section, super restaurant with wine from domestic vineyards, grate staff and wonderful surroundings!
Usually stay at the Eljan in Drezdenko, but tried the Palace this time. More comfortable and higher end than the Eljan. Room was quaint with typical small European beds. Nice bathroom with shower stall (no tub). Be careful for 3rd floor outside rooms as the roof slopes (hit my head on way to bathroom at about 2 AM :) ). No restaurant near by other than the one on site, which was very good. Local wine was surprisingly good too. Breakfast was typical Eastern European style. Not my favorite, but breads, meats and cheeses were fresh. Coffee was horrible. Scrambled Eggs were extremely runny and did not risk. Juices were good. The campus overall was very nice with horses, gardens, bowling alley, pool, and many other amenities.
We spent with four persons a wonderful evening in the restaurant. We could get a table however we had no reservation. The food has been very tasty. But the dessert has been extraordinarily delicious. Also the wine has been excellent. We could recommend it very much.
The hotel has a lovely location - beautiful parks and surrounding nature - great place for taking photos. The rooms were cozy, breakfast tasty and staff very helpful. Disadvantages - no hairdryer in the room and no possibility to open the window in the room.
We stayed at Pałac Mierzęcin for one night. After we checked in we went up to our room. Lovely and specious with a view over Japanese Garden, but the beds were twin. We did book double room. We went down and asked receptionist to move us to the double room. She said no, as the big group is coming tomorrow. Erm... We were only staying one night and the place seemed so quiet. She did ask housekeeping to move beds together. We thought they will be zipped together, but they were only moved close. A bit disappointed. Swimming Pool and all the saunas great, gardens beautiful and lovely dinner in the evening. Truly delicious food. And great service in Restaurant Destylarnia.