The building you know as our Park Hotel KUR & SPA has more stories to tell than you might think...
...the facility was entered in the register of monuments and Świeradów-Zdrój has been enjoying its presence since 1906 - over 100 years is a beautiful age!
We invite you to travel back in time so that you can see for yourself where it all started ...
The present building of the Park Hotel before the war belonged to 2 guesthouses built in 1906-1910, namely Haus Borussia consisting of 2 buildings and Haus Tappert. From 1948, the guesthouses belonged to the Trade Unions and served as a sanatorium for workers (D.W. Pokłosie), as well as a hospital, and then a Health Clinic (Haus Tappert).
The first Dom Zdrojowy was built in 1781. The building was destroyed by a fire in 1895.
The present Dom Zdrojowy, built after the fire, welcomed its first guests in 1899, becoming one of the most beautiful resorts in Lower Silesia.
In 1884, Świeradów received a railway connection from Mirsk to Gryfów, and from there directly to Berlin, Dresden and Wrocław.
In 1932, the sources of radium water were discovered, which enriched the healing possibilities of the spa.
Today, Świeradów Zdrój is one of the few and, at the same time, the largest Radon SPA resort in Europe, and one of the two radon SPA resorts in Poland.
The former name of the town - Flinz was changed to Flinzberg and then to Bad Flinsberg. Since 1948 we have been calling them Świeradów Zdrój.