Radisson Hotel Group announces the introduction of its exceptional Radisson Collection brand to the Polish capital of Warsaw. Currently undergoing a remarkable transformation, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will be yet another unique addition to the group’s portfolio of premium lifestyle properties when it opens in May 2019.
Reserved only for the group’s most outstanding properties, Radisson Collection’s global portfolio boasts a glittering array of exceptional hotels and one-of-a-kind properties. And now, following a major capital investment to upgrade and rebrand the existing Radisson Blu property, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will offer the highest standard of guest experience through its exceptional interior design and guest amenities – not to mention the expertise of its people.
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.
Another key characteristic of every Radisson Collection hotel is the outstanding level of service guests can expect during their stay – and the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will be no different. Team members will take care of the tiniest detail, with 24/7 room service and Guest Relation Managers available throughout the day. For business travelers, the hotel will provide exceptional meetings and events facilities, with the capacity to host more than 400 people.
Situated in Warsaw’s business district, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw will be close to the city’s Financial Center and the eye-catching Rondo ONZ Tower, making it an ideal base from which to attend meetings. There will also be an abundance of historical and cultural attractions nearby, including the Jewish Ghetto and Roma Theater – both within 2km of the hotel. The hotel will also benefit from excellent transport links, with Warsaw Chopin Airport only 25 minutes away and the newly renovated Central Railway Station just 1km away – providing convenient access to other Polish cities as well as major business hubs such as Berlin, Paris, London and Rome.