Park Inn by Radisson announces the opening of a 168-room property in Katowice, Poland. This brings the group’s Polish portfolio to 15 hotels and over 3,100 rooms in operation or under development.
Park Inn by Radisson Katowice is located close to the center of Katowice. The hotel offers quick access to the main roads of the Silesian region and is within walking distance of the 620-hectare Silesian Park, as well as the International Conference Center.
“We are pleased to continue the growth of Park Inn by Radisson brand across Central Europe, in particular Poland, where our brand awareness – and the portfolio – is growing from strength to strength. Poland is also identified as the focus country for growth in our 5-year operating plan, so we are pleased to move forward positively in this region with our two core brands, Radisson Blu and Park Inn by Radisson, and look forward to expanding our reach across all primary markets of Central and Southern Europe,” said Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President, Central & Southern Europe at Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.
Park Inn by Radisson Katowice has 168 rooms, an all-day restaurant and lobby bar, gym and sauna. The hotel also offers extensive and newly built meeting facilities, including a 370-square-meter ballroom.
Radek Skwarski, General Manager of the Park Inn by Radisson Katowice said: “Katowice is a reputed academic city with several international universities. It’s a unique location for young travelers – and their families and relatives – seeking an affordable midscale hotel experience. Park Inn by Radisson positively lifts our guests’ mood for a happy stay – with clever use of color; inspired, contemporary design; and friendly personalized service with surprising, feel-good extras.”
Katowice, part of the larger Silesian Metropolis, is one of the most dynamic and fastest growing cities in Poland. Holding recognition as one of Poland’s Special Economic Zones, and featuring the second-largest meeting and event facilities in the country, Katowice is a hub for science, industry, trade and transportation. With the renowned Silesian Philharmonic institution and the Silesian Park, Katowice is one of the greenest cities in Poland, and will attract both business and leisure travelers.