The building in question is located on the south-east slope of the forested moraine which is a part of Kępa Redłowkska, 400 m from the Orłowo Cliff. Originally, it was built as a three-storey State Guest and Health Care House for the Municipal Services and Local Industry Employees’ Union (Dom Wczasowo-Leczniczy Związku Pracowników Gospodarki Komunalnej i Przemysłu Terenowego). In 1967, based on the detailed technical design by Czesław Wyka, it was extended by another floor and a top floor extension of a smaller surface with an observation deck. Apart from that, in the north-east part which faced the Cliff, a one-storey wing in the form of a glazed in rotunda was added. It served as a catering facility.
The building was constructed on a rectangular plan, with two opposite staircases connected by long corridors which provided access to the sanatorium rooms. In the first fifth floor which is the last, there were treatment and leisure rooms. On each floor of the sanatorium, there were ancillary rooms, including sanitary, treatment and administrative facilities. The ground floor served technical purposes.
The elevations – the north-west one facing the forest and the south-east one facing the sea – are dominated by the rows of wide balcony windows. The observation deck with a distinctive line of the fifth floor’s roof accentuates this building side’s beautifully. The truncated endwalls are really interesting in their form. On the side elevations in the south-west part, there is a combination of round windows whose form is a reference to bulls’ eyes, which also provides additional light for the staircase. This reference makes the building harmonious and emphasizes the architectural rhythm of all the elevations.
As the Prophylactic and Vacation House, it had the capacity to accommodate 160 guests for holiday and sanatorium stays throughout the year. It offered rooms of different standards with 1, 2, 3 or 4 beds to its guests. What is more, there was a conference room and a dining room for 100 people in which special events were held. Apart from that, rehabilitation and recreational stays as well as slimming holidays were organised there too. In 2005, due to a a landslide on the slope near the building, its use was ceased. After several changes of ownership and a fire in 2013, the Sanatorium turned into a vandalized ruin.
At the moment, the building is waiting for binding decisions concerning its further lot.