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Radisson Collection Hotel Warsaw opens for guests

Christian Fernsby ▼ | May 21, 2019
The Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw has opened its doors in the heart of the Polish capital to offer unique guest experiences through its exceptional interior design and guest amenities.
Radisson Collection
Europe   This opening follows a transformation of the hotel
This opening follows a transformation of the hotel, with major capital investment going into the project to upgrade and rebrand the former Radisson Blu property.

The Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw features 311 rooms and suites, a significantly upgraded modern lobby, lounge and open-plan communal areas as well as a restaurant venue.

The design changes were inspired by the philosophy of Radisson Collection.

Each property has a character that feels authentic to its location and offers the ultimate template for contemporary living united by modern design and exceptional experiences.

The new hotel lobby has been restyled to provide a flexible space that is adaptable to its different users.

From the working area to the bar and an excellent variety of restaurants, the communal areas provide guests with magnetic social spaces.The hotel property also offers a well-equipped gym and a spa, including a swimming pool and sauna to relax after a busy day.

Every single guest room and suite has undergone extensive renovation work to bring the philosophy of Radisson Collection to life.

Guests can choose from romantic vistas of the city in upper floor rooms or opt for one of the elegantly appointed suites to indulge in the best that the city has to offer.

The hotel is the ideal venue for meetings, intimate social events or memorable weddings.

Boasting more than 590sqm of chic spaces, it hosts up to 400 delegates, while delivering outstanding service and attention to detail.

Situated in Warsaw's business district, the Radisson Collection Hotel, Warsaw is close to the city's Financial Center and the eye-catching Rondo ONZ Tower making it an ideal base from which to attend meetings.

For leisure visitors, there's an abundance of historical and cultural attractions nearby, including the Jewish Ghetto and Roma Theater both within 2km of the hotel.

The hotel also benefits from excellent transport links, with Warsaw Chopin Airport only 25 minutes away and the newly renovated Central Railway Station just 1km away.

This provides convenient access to other Polish cities as well as major business hubs such as Berlin, Paris, London and Rome.