Radisson Collection has launched in the Polish capital of Warsaw.
Currently undergoing a remarkable transformation, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will be a new addition to the group’s portfolio of premium lifestyle properties when it opens in May.
Following a major capital investment to upgrade and rebrand the existing Radisson Blu property, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will seek to offer the highest standard of guest experience.
Elie Younes, chief development officer, Radisson Hotel Group, said: “Located in the heart of the city, this property becomes part of a select group of 25 hotels to have joined Radisson Collection since last year.
“We are grateful to our partners, Europa Capital, for their trust in our people and our brands.”
The Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will feature 311 rooms and suites, a significantly upgraded modern lobby, lounge and open-plan communal areas - as well as a restaurant venue.
With the hotel and its team attuned to the philosophy of Radisson Collection, guests will find no detail unattended.
James Pennington, director at Europa Capital, said: “Having acquired the Radisson Blu Hotel building in 2017 with our partners WX Management Services, we are delighted to be launching this comprehensive refurbishment, which is in line with our asset management strategy.
“These works will modernise the existing property and upgrade it to deliver Warsaw’s newest five-star hotel, right in the heart of Poland’s capital.
“Warsaw is a prime destination for business travellers and a growing number of tourists so, by working closely with Radisson Hotel Group, our ambition is to create a modern, fit-for-purpose hotel to match the city’s dynamism.”
Situated in Warsaw’s business district, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will be close to the city’s Financial Centre and the eye-catching Rondo ONZ Tower, making it an ideal base from which to attend meetings.