The history of the Hotel Robert' s Port dates back to the 1980s, when in the place of the current 4-star hotel the owner's mother, Robert Śliwiński, ran a guesthouse "Golden Gate".
This place was already very popular in the 1980s and was eagerly visited by tourists - mainly because of the picturesque location on the shores of Lake Tałty.
Location of the guesthouse "Golden Gate" directly on the Trail of the Great Masurian Lakes resulted in the construction by Robert Śliwiński of passenger and ship fleet . It started with one ship, which was taken on board by 20 passengers. With the increase in interest in this type of services among Masurian guests, the fleet gradually developed. Currently, the sailing captain Robert Śliwiński can boast of the second largest fleet of passenger ships in Masuria, after the Mazurian Sailing from Giżycko. There are currently 4 passenger ships flying the shipowner's flag, which will be boarded by over 500 passengers
In a few years, Robert Śliwiński decided to develop the company in the hotel industry and in the place of the guest house "Golden Gate" in 2004 Hotel Robert's Port was founded. The beginning of the 21st century is a time of dynamic changes in the hotel and its expansion. Every year returning guests were surprised by the next amenities and attractions. The breakthrough stage of works related to the development of the hotel was 2012, when the construction of the hotel the institute SPA Witalna Przystań was completed so that the property has been categorized as 4-star.
Over the years, not only the infrastructure around the hotel has been expanded, but also the accommodation base. Hotel Robert's Port after expansion offers accommodation in 159 hotel rooms and apartments. In the hotel, on the shores of the lake, there are also summer houses. The facility houses a restaurant for 160 people with a sailing ship-shaped bar, restaurant a la carte and conference facilities, which includes three air-conditioned conference and banquet rooms, equipped with modern audiovisual equipment - including the largest, modernized in 2016, red hall for 200 people