Radisson Hospitality recently celebrated the opening of the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw in Poland, following a transformation of the property.
Formerly a Radisson Blu property, the hotel has been upgraded and rebranded to feature 311 rooms and suites, a reimagined modern lobby, a lounge, open-plan communal areas and a restaurant.
Area senior vice president, Central and Southern Europe, Radisson Hospitality, Yilmaz Yildirimlar commented on the project: “Warsaw represents a dynamic business city – it is a vibrant and diversifying place and we are extremely proud of our Polish debut for the Radisson Collection. Within a very short time, we have accomplished a massive transformation of the hotel, in which guest rooms and public spaces were completely redesigned.
“The refurbishment and rebranding represent a key step in the development of the property in line with the Radisson Hotel Group brand strategy. We look forward to welcoming business and leisure guests from around the world,” he added.
Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw reflects its location with its modern design and unique experiences. The new hotel lobby is a flexible space that can be adapted to its different users. From the working area to the bar and an excellent variety of restaurants, the communal areas provide guests with magnetic social spaces. Other facilities at the property include a well-equipped gym and a spa, including a swimming pool and sauna, and 590m2 of meeting and event space, which can host up to 400 people.
General manager, Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw, Marco Eichhorn noted: “Poland’s capital impresses with its history and eye-catching architecture, and we’re looking forward to our guests experiencing our finest new design details with truly memorable stays. I’ll bring my experience in different markets to my new role as general manager in Warsaw and look forward to working with my passionate hotel team.”
Standing in Warsaw’s business district, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw is in close proximity to the city’s Financial Center and the Rondo ONZ Tower. For leisure visitors, a host of historical and cultural attractions are within arm’s reach.