In the Dining Village on the first floor there are two stations for charging mobile devices. Each of them has five chargers. You can leave your device in a code-protected box. Before you use it, please read the instructions and terms and conditions on the front side of the station.
You can borrow a Powerbank from our Info Points (security deposit required).
Borrowing the device for up to 2 hours in a given day is free of charge. Above and beyond that, every commenced hour costs PLN 5. Info Point staff will be happy to share more details.
The service can be ordered in person at one of our three Info Points or by emailing this form to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details available in the service terms and conditions at our Info Points.
Telephone: +48 61 6286527
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