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Rezidor reopens the famous hotel in Warsaw

Rezidor reopens the famous hotel in Warsaw
Rezidor reopens the famous hotel in Warsaw

One of the most successful and fastest growing hotel chains - Rezidor - announced plans to open the second hotel under the brand of Rezidor Hotel Group in the capital of Poland Warsaw. After three years of costly reconstruction in the south part of the Warsaw business district will be opened Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel designed for 467 comfortable rooms.

New Rezidor hotel in Warsaw was known earlier as Jan III Sobieski hotel. This hotel was designed and built in 1992 by the Polish-Austrian company and was named in honor of one of the greatest Polish monarchs - Jan III Sobieski, who was called the savior of Christianity in Europe after a brilliant victory over the Ottoman Empire armies at the Battle of Vienna in 1683. But, despite the fact that Jan III Sobieski Hotel has become a kind of local landmark, it was decided to rebrand it.

And in the first quarter of 2012 guests of the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel will be able to use «Radisson Blu» brand services, including free high-speed Internet access. Updated hotel facilities will include two restaurants, wellness center with jacuzzi, sauna and gym, summer garden, one of the largest conference centers in Warsaw (more than 1400 square meters), as well as several boutiques and brand perfume shop.

The hotel is located just 7 km from the international Warsaw Frederic Chopin airport and 1 km from the railway station.

Radisson Blu brand is the largest brand of luxury hotels in Europe. Its main features are modern architecture and building design, individual approach to each customer and "Yes I Can!" philosophy.

Ilya Kozlovskiy

Date: 27/10/2011

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