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Holiday Inn Opens a Hotel in Warsaw

News IHG has strengthened its presence in the capital of Poland by opening Holiday Inn Hotel in Warsaw City Center. That is the 6th property by the famous hotel brand in Poland. The 256-room hotel has an unusual design that is reminiscent of the Flatiron office building, an iconic construction in New York. The new Warsaw hotel enjoys a convenient location on the junction of three streets, namely, Twarda, Zelazna, and Zlota.

The infrastructure of the hotel is in line with the latest developments of the brand. For example, it will have the new version of Holiday Inn Open Lobby. The new lobby type is a step forward from the traditional lobby that all travelers are aware of. The Open Lobby is a combination of a bar, lounge area, a restaurant, a front desk, and even a business center. The large open space area also has a new refreshing design. The new lobby concept was inspired by homes of people and the way they use living rooms to eat, work, have fun or relax. IHG hopes that the upgraded functional space at Holiday Inn hotels will add flexibility and comfort to customers.

Dining facilities at Holiday Inn Warsaw City Centre will be represented by an all-day dining restaurant and a coffee shop that will work round the clock. The hotel will also provide complimentary Wi-Fi to its customers. The entire ground floor of the new hotel will be dedicated to business space, namely, meeting rooms and a hall intended for conferences and events. Meeting rooms will come with professional equipment and can be adapted to requirements of clients. One room will be larger in size (80 square meters), and three more meeting rooms will be smaller. Their size will be up to 30 sq. m. In total, the rooms will be able to accommodate up to 130 visitors.

IHG hopes that the new hotel will quickly become popular and will attract both business and leisure travelers who visit the capital of Poland. Holiday Inn Warsaw City Centre has a beneficial location that is convenient for both categories of travelers. It’s a great spot for everyone who wants to explore landmarks of the Polish capital as Warsaw Old Town, the main tourism hub famous for its medieval infrastructure, is not far away.

The price for a standard room for two will start from 60 euro. Currently, IHG has 9 hotels operating in Poland under different brands with a total of 1,459 rooms. As many as eight more hotels are under development. When these hotels start operating, they will add another 1,671 rooms to the portfolio of the famous hotelier.


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