Radisson Hotel Group and Nobu Hospitality are both expanding in Poland, with new and forthcoming properties in the coming months.
Radisson has opened its 13th and 14th Polish properties, with a Radisson Blu hotel in the northern seaside resort city of Sopot, and a Radisson property in the mountain resort of Szklarska Poreba.
The 219-room Radisson Blu Hotel Sopot is located 250 metres from the beach, and features a spa and wellness centre, a restaurant with its own vegetable and herb garden, and over 2,000 sqm of conference space including a pavilion with a concert hall for up to 1,000 guests.
Meanwhile the 104-room Radisson Hotel Szklarska Poreba features Spice and Herb restaurant, and a spa and wellness centre including a pool with outdoor slide.
Commenting on the openings Yilmaz Yildirimlar, area senior vice president of the Area Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Turkey, said:
“As part of our five-year strategic plan, Radisson Hotel Group is developing extensively in Poland and our new openings in Sopot and Szklarska Poreba are extremely valuable additions to our portfolio.
“We want to reassure our future guests that, with our Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, we are putting all the relevant measures in place to ensure their health and safety in this new era of travel.”
In other news, Nobu Hospitality is set to open its first Polish property this summer.
Nobu Hotel Warsaw is scheduled to open on August 3, and will feature 117 rooms across two wings – an Art Deco building (the former Hotel Rialto) dating back to the 1920s, and a new-build property.
There will be a signature Nobu Restaurant and Café, which is due to open ahead of the hotel on July 17, and other hotel facilities include a fitness centre and 438 sqm of events space.