Louvre opening three new hotels in Poland

10 Jun 2013 by GrahamSmith

Louvre Hotels Group is opening three newly-built properties in Poland over the next two months.

A 117-room Campanile hotel in the city of Bydgoszcz, due to open its doors later this month, comes equipped with a restaurant, bar and two meeting rooms.

The other two hotels, in Krakow and Gdansk, are both Golden Tupip properties and are scheduled to open in July.

The Golden Tulip hotel in Krakow is situated centrally in the Old Town, a few metres from the famous Market Square, a UNESCO World Heritage listed site. It will offer 86 rooms, a restaurant and a bar and "a meeting room dedicated to business customers".

The Golden Tulip Gdansk is located lose to the sea and includes a restaurant, bar, conference rooms, swimming pool, Jacuzzi and a sauna.

Matthieu Evrard, chief development officer of Louvre Hotels Group, said: "With these new openings, Louvre Hotels Group confirms its position as one of the most active and dynamic hotel chains in Poland.

"The Group is also developing in neighbouring countries and will open its first hotels in Donetsk, Ukraine, and in Vilnius, Lithuania, in the 4th quarter of 2013."

Louvre Hotels Group is planning to expand into Lithuania and Ukraine by the end of the year.

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Graham Smith

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