Andel's Lodz

Created from one of the largest Victorian textile factories in Europe, this hotel design found a new way of experiencing the building, unlocking its true potential.

Client UBX/Warimpex

Location Lodz, Poland

Status Built


2012 Hotel Roku with Newsweek and Forbes Award
2010 AIT Hotel Award
2010 Construction and Investment Journal Awards: Best Hotel and Best Overall Development
2010 MIPIM Award
2010 Contract Magazine New York Award
2009 FX Award Finalist
2009 European Hotel Design Award


Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles

Andel’s Lodz is the fourth hotel of the highly successful Andel’s chain of hotels by Jestico + Whiles. Located in Lodz, Poland, the hotel is set in an elegant red brick and cast iron former Victorian textile factory of the renowned industrialist Izrael Poznanski. The hotel consists of 180 bedrooms, 80 apartments, a large atrium, a bar, café and restaurant, a business centre and a 600 capacity grand conference room.

The design carefully combines a fresh contemporary style with existing vaulted ceilings, brick walls and cast iron frame to create a unique and inspiring hotel.

The colours, textiles, art, sculptural features and furniture are conceived as contemporary interventions within the historic structure, transforming the factory into a beautiful gallery-like hotel providing a lively and luxurious environment. The quality and style of materials within the main public areas are carried through into all the bedrooms with dark stained oak furniture and light, minimal colours.

Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles
Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles
Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles
Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles
Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles
Andel's Lodz / Jestico Whiles