Wyndham Hotels and Resorts is set to open its first property in Poland in the historic city of Wroclaw next month.

The 205-room upscale Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town is managed by Mogotel Hotel Group and will be located in the city centre, just 10 miles from Wroclaw’s International Copernicus Airport.

According to this report by Eurobuild the hotel is housed within the former Sofitel Wrocław Old Town, which closed in 2021 as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The property will include “stylish” guest rooms, an expansive antrum and a wellness area on the top floor comprising a fitness room, sauna and steam bath.

F&B outlets will include a gourmet restaurant, lounge and bar, and there will also be 11 meeting rooms with a total capacity of over 400 attendees.

The hotel group has a portfolio of over 350 operational hotels across 30 countries in Europe, with a further 90 properties in the pipeline.

Christian Michel, Vice President Development Europe, Wyndham Hotels and Resorts EMEA, said:

“We are delighted to be launching our first hotel in Poland with our upscale Wyndham brand in collaboration with Mogotel. Poland is a country with strong development potential and a plethora of destinations that attract and suit different types of travelers. With favorable economic conditions and a large domestic demand, Poland brings exciting opportunities for our industry and perfectly fits our growth strategy for Europe.”

Ivans Dokicans, Head of Development and Board Member of Mogotel Hotel Group, added:

“Wroclaw is a beautiful and historic city and we are proud to debut the Wyndham brand in the city. Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town will mark our second property in collaboration with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts following the opening of Wyndham Garden Munich Messe in Germany and we look forward to the continuation of our fruitful partnership.”