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Restauracja Hotel Cezar Zawiercie


Restauracja Hotel Cezar Zawiercie

Restauracja Hotelu Cezar*** serwuje tradycyjne dania kuchni polskiej oraz europejskiej a także piwa z lokalnych browarów.

Hotel dysponuje także dwoma dodatkowymi salami (Bankietową, mieszczącą do 400 osób oraz Tawerną, mieszczącą do 70 osób), które mogą służyć zarówno jako sale konferencyjne (na wyposażeniu: rzutnik, ekran, flipchart, klimatyzacja) jak i sale bankietowe.

Organizujemy także imprezy okolicznościowe, wesela, bankiety i konferencje. Dla grup zorganizowanych proponujemy atrakcyjne ceny oraz specjalną ofertę menu.

Restaruracja Hotel Cezar Zawiercie
ul. Paderewskiego 69B
42-400 Zawiercie
recepcja.cezar@gmail.com
+48 32 674 10 74
hotel-cezar.pl

Location
Paderewskeigo 69b
Zawiercie
Zawiercie
Kraków-Częstochowa Jura
in the city/town
General Information
: restaurant
: Polish
Contact data
: +48 32 674 10 74
: recepcja.cezar@gmail.com
: hotel-cezar.pl
Availability
: whole year

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