Hyatt International is pleased to announce that its first hotel in Poland, Hyatt Regency Warsaw, is scheduled to open in summer 2001.
Hyatt Regency Warsaw, located in the elegant diplomatic district on tree-lined Belvederska Avenue, adjacent to the Russian Embassy, is the city`s most sophisticated hotel. Just a few minutes south of the Central Business District (CBD) and Pulawska Financial Centre and only 15 minutes from the airport, Hyatt Regency Warsaw will be ideally placed for the international business traveller as well as weekend visitors enjoying the delights of this magnificent city.
Architects Leszekklajnert of Poland and Georges Czyz of Belgium have designed a luxury modern hotel reflecting the bold style of this booming city. Hirsch Bedner & Associates interior design uses a fusion of elements and textures, from tactile suede walls and slate floors to cool blond wood bathed in natural light from the lobby`s glass atrium. Just steps away from the beautiful Royal gardens of Lazienki Park, guests will find this an inspiring, urban retreat.
The hotel offers 250 generously sized guestrooms including six business suites, nine junior suites, two executive suites, a terrace suite and a presidential suite. Regency Club offers extra privacy for the executive traveller combining high tech business facilities with highly personalized service on an exclusive floor.
Everything is designed for well being and supreme comfort. Guestrooms feature cutting-edge technology with individual climate control, electronic personal safes, ergonomic work spaces, satellite and interactive TV with cordless keyboard and high-speed communications. A palette of muted colours and luxury fabrics indulge the senses, while generous bathrooms offer a calm sanctuary.
A stylish new concept will also be introduced to the Warsaw scene in the form of high-energy “Q” restaurant, club & bar. “Q” is sure to be a hit on the Warsaw night scene with state of the art sound system and dancing to live music. Sleek cosmopolitan interiors set off silver sculptures and dramatic holograms. A chic glass bar offers an eclectic selection of cocktails and vodkas complementing fresh, innovative global cuisine.
The Lazienki Lounge is the main focus of the hotel`s atrium lobby. The rich, earthy tones of upholstered suede panels, amber sculptural art and cherry wood walls provide an impressive backdrop for informal meetings, where guests can relax with drinks and lights lunches and soak up the `lobby buzz`.
Dramatic exhibition cooking is on the menu at Venti Trei, an all day Italian restaurant. A visual feast of wood, steel and brick, the restaurant opens on an expansive summer terrace with great views over the boulevards. The atmosphere is informal, contemporary and lively bringing the sights, sounds and scents of the kitchen to the guest, culinary theatre-style.
Warsaw is the hub of the country`s economic development. Hyatt Regency Warsaw offers the city`s most sophisticated hi-tech meeting and conference facilities with 13 flexible venues. The ballroom benefits from a floor-to-ceiling glass wall on one side and is divisible into three, each section equipped with hi-tech audio equipment and recessed screen, with a combined capacity for 308 banquet style. Every meeting room boasts external windows but precise lighting calibration is provided by sophisticated blinds. All meeting venues are backed bya skilled team matching the latest equipment to the client`s needs. For seamless professional services, a 24 hour Business Centre will provide executive travellers with multi-media technology, high speed Internet access, translation, workstations and secretarial support around the clock.
Club Oasis, a two-story 1200 square metre Health Spa and Fitness Centre will be unrivalled in Warsaw. An indoor swimming pool and aerobics studio plus the latest gym technology cater to guests who want to energise or tone up. A pampering array of Zen-inspired beauty and holistic treatments such as shiatsu massage and detoxification therapies provide a chance to unwind and destress at the end of a day of deal making.
Hyatt Regency Warsaw is part of a mixed-use development accommodating leased offices, a casino and underground parking for 160 cars. Spread over two levels, the European-style 800 square metre Casino will be the largest in Poland offering classic gaming in a formal setting. Hyatt Regency Warsaw can also arrange horseriding on the banks of the Vistula River, golf at the First Warsaw Golf and Country Club and other recreational activities nearby.
Warsaw is home to 1.7 million people, the dynamo behind the most successful economy in Eastern Europe. Razed to the ground in World War II, Warsaw has been reconstructed to reflect its glorious past. The Old Market Square at the centre of the Old Town is as fascinating by night with its lively jazz clubs and café night life, as it is during the day when street entertainers and artists keep tourists amused. With over thirty museums, twenty theatres and concert halls, this bustling metropolis offers a wealth of cultural opportunities. Chopin lovers can visit the composer`s last place of residence and the anniversary of his birth and death are marked by concerts. The city is renowned for its competitions and festivals of every genre of music - from jazz to musical and from reggae to trance.