Zakopane’s Tatra Chalet is situated near to Lunar Park, the Strążyska valley as well as the picturesque mountain route: Under the Reglami Path. We are just a 20-minute walk from the thriving centre of Zakopane.
Tatra Chalet is the ideal place for a romantic weekend away as well as a family vacation. Here you can forget about everyday stresses and recharge with the positive energy of the Tatra landscape. For complete body and mind relaxation visit our relax zone complete with sauna and outdoor Jacuzzi. We offer cosmetic treatments or massages on request. You can also rent out Tatra chalet exclusively.
Tatra Chalet perfectly complements the Highlander architecture of the Podhale region. We offer seven, modern, fully equipped suites, fitted with stylish and functional furnishings as well as decorative elements. Our interiors boast a palate of natural colours, reminiscent of the forest, which changes with the seasons. We’re pleased to offer our guests royal comforts such as Savoy classic king- and queen-sized beds, skin-care products from the London-based brand The White Company, and high-quality technological equipment. Our suites are named after places in the Tatras as well as the surrounding natural beauty: Under the Reglami; Doe Cliff; Little Giewont; Silent Waters; Little Meadow; and Under the Rysy Mountain. These are calm and peaceful places just like our comfortable and brightly furnished suites.
At Tatra Chalet, we offer traditional culinary styles with a modern twist. Our restaurant serves local delicacies, based on seasonal and natural produce and we’re happy to tailor our menu to suit your personal preferences and dietary needs. Our chef, an expert in breakfasts, afternoon snacks, and evening meals, is able to satisfy the largest of appetites after a day of adventure. Specialities include: grilled and smoked rack of lamb served with mashed sweet potatoes flavored with traditional mountain cheese and thyme accompanied by suska sechlonska and grilled boletus mushroom, grilled sheep cheese served with Polish pear chutney with rosemary and bacon crisp, creamed smoekd trout soup served with roasted almond flakes, leek grass and cheese balls, prfait of halva with pistachio ice cream served on gingerbread bed and much, much more!
Guests can wake up to a relaxing breakfast served either in our elegant restaurant or via room service. Choose from fresh fruit, yoghurts, muesli, crisp bread, sweet rolls, homemade preserves as well as aromatic teas and coffees. If you’re planning an all-day hike in the mountains, we will gladly prepare sandwiches and thermoses with hot beverages for you. Top off your daytime adventures with afternoon tea or coffee and homemade cakes served either on the terrace or inside by the fireplace.
We also have a range of aperitifs and digestifs, can set you up with a romantic supper for two, and offer camp fire and barbecue facilities in our private gardens.
Guests have access to the sauna and cosmetic treatments and massages are available on request. Treatments vary from physiotherapy to relaxation, (using hot stones, etc.). A unique attraction includes a roofed outdoor Jacuzzi. Perhaps the most relaxing feature of Tatra Chalet, however, is the beautiful surrounding garden. Take in the view on one of our two outdoor terraces (which include comfortable day-beds) or take to the gardens themselves to enjoy our outdoor grill and heated benches. Meals prepared on the grill can be either self-service or made to order.
The drawing room is furnished with a fireplace, a library full of mountaineering albums and guides, foldout leather armchairs, a wide sofa as well as a 50-inch TV. This is the perfect place to unwind and plan your activities. Also included are computer and printer. We accept requests to organise meetings, as well as romantic suppers and offer evening aperitifs and digestifs.
· A 50-inch TV with over 50 films and TV programs
· Blu-ray & DVD
· Computer and printer
· Wireless Internet
· Telephone and conference calling
· A library with films, albums, games and maps
The city, known as the winter capital of Poland, offers many summertime tourist attractions as well. Among them is Dolina Strążyska (Strążyska Valley), a popular tourist trail leading to the Giewont. Although wooded, you can observe rocky crags on both slopes. It leads up to the face of the Giewont Massif, the highest mountain of the Western Tatras. The Strążyski Stream (Strążyski Potok) flows through the valley. A walk down this beautiful route is an unforgettable experience at any time of the year.
Many famous people have visited Zakopane; some even stayed here permanently: Henryk Sienkiewicz, Władysław Orkan, Stanisław Witkiewicz, Stefan Żeromski, Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer, Jan Kasprowicz, Mieczysław Karłowicz, Karol Szymanowski and Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz. Helena Modrzejewska, Antonina Hoffman, Irena Solska and her husband Ludwik Solski performed in the Zakopane theatre. The architectural style known as 'Zakopiański' was created here by Stanisław Witkiewicz. Today, this city is the birthplace of many creative ideas and a truly great place to work.