The Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw is currently undergoing huge refurbishments which will create 467 newly designed and spacious guest rooms, with the focus on newly renovated standard rooms. All new rooms in the hotel in Warsaw offer an excellent range of facilities including: direct-dial telephone, free high-speed Internet access, individual climate control, in-room safe, 32” LCD flat-screen television, mini bar, cosmetic mirror, hair dryer, in-room movies, work desk and chair, coffee and tea facilities. Nespresso coffee machine is provided in the business class rooms. All windows are sound proof to provide the guests with the peace and quiet needed for a good night sleep.
The new Warsaw accommodation will offer views either the hotel’s Garden, opened throughout the spring and summer season, or Warsaw’s business and central districts. The leading thought was to make guests feel like at home having high quality standard furniture and equipment at their fingertips.
Now, with the modernized interiors, the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel in Warsaw Poland welcomes football fans for the Euro 2012 tournament. Located along the Warsaw’s main arteries with bus and tram stops and only 5 km away from the National Football Stadium, the hotel provides an easy and direct access to the football matches in the country’s capital.
The Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel prepared special meetings and events packages for companies willing to organize a small event or Warsaw conference. This includes all basic equipment: screen, flipchart, overhead projector, 2 coffee breaks including coffee, tea, mineral water, biscuits and lunch buffet including soft drinks. This special package is valid until June 30th. The aim is to show people that the hotel is not afraid of soccer days and matches and welcomes guests during match days.
Together with all Radisson Blu service concepts such as 100% Guest Satisfaction Guarantee, Express and Late check-out, ‘Yes I Can!’, Grab & Run, Super Breakfast, Express Laundry and One Touch service, the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel in Warsaw becomes one of Radisson’s flagship hotels.