Published on : Thursday, June 18, 2020
Radisson Hotel Group recently announced that the company is set to open two new properties in Poland, namely, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot and the Radisson Hotel Szklarska Poręba. The latest properties would take the brand’s portfolio to 14 properties that are currently in operation in Poland.
Sopot is a recognised Polish seaside health resort founded back in the day by a doctor from Napoleon’s army and is known for its healing mineral water spring. Located just 250 meters from the wide, sandy beach amidst the vicinity of beautiful gardens and recreational areas, the brand new Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot will serve as a new landmark property on the Baltic coastline. The hotel features 219 rooms that would provide guests the opportunity to absorb the relaxing seaside atmosphere. The property is also within easy and convenient reach of the vibrant cities of Gdańsk and Gdynia as well as attractions such as longest wooden pier in Europe and Monte Cassino promenade.
On the other hand, the new Radisson Hotel Szklarska Poręba is located at the Giant Mountains and will provided guests with an experience of an upscale, full-service hotel with Scandinavian-inspired hospitality. The property offers 104 stylish rooms and spacious apartments, designed to enhance and embrace the local mountain atmosphere. Most of the rooms and suites have terraces or balconies with amazing views of the Giant Mountains or Jelenia Góra Valley. Szklarska Poręba consists of one of the largest ski resorts in Poland’s Karkonosze mountain range, made up of 20 ski lifts covering 20 kilometres of trails of varying difficulty. But the hotel would serve as the ideal starting point for an exploration of the popular cycling and hiking territory.
Yilmaz Yildirimlar, Area Senior Vice President, Central & Southern Europe Region, Radisson Hotel Group, said in a press statement that the company is developing extensively in Poland as a part of its five-year strategic plan and the new properties can be considered as extremely valuable additions to Radisson’s portfolio. He mentioned that the company looks forward to reassuring future guests that the company is putting all the relevant measures in place to ensure health and safety in the new era of travel under Radisson Hotels’ Safety Protocol.
Katarzyna Dowgiałło-Edel, General Manager, Radisson Blu Hotel Sopot added that the team believes that Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot will be a vibrant resort throughout the year as one of the most prominent meeting and cultural venues within the tri-city metropolis. She shared that the offered infrastructure and facilities can be used and enjoyed by clients and local residents alike. She said that the venue would be ideal for any individual looking to experience the brand’s extensive leisure and MICE offering.