INTERNATIONAL REPORT—Radisson Hotel Group (RHG) recently opened two properties in Poland: the Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot and the Radisson Hotel Szklarska Poreba, bringing its portfolio to 14 properties in operation in the country.
“As part of our five-year strategic plan, Radisson Hotel Group is developing extensively in Poland, and our new openings in Sopot and Szklarska Poręba are extremely valuable additions to our portfolio,” said Yilmaz Yildirimlar, area SVP of the Central & Southern Europe region, RHG. “We want to reassure our future guests that, with our Radisson Hotels Safety Protocol, we are putting all the relevant measures in place to ensure their health and safety in this new era of travel.”
Radisson Blu Hotel, Sopot is a new landmark property on the Baltic coastline. Founded by a doctor from Napoleon’s army, Sopot is a seaside health resort known for its healing mineral water spring.
The 219-room hotel allows guests to absorb the relaxing seaside atmosphere, but is also within easy reach of the cities of Gdańsk and Gdynia. Attractions such as the longest wooden pier in Europe and Monte Cassino promenade are among the top sites nearby.
The hotel’s upscale interior style, embedded with nature-inspired details, has been developed by Iliard Architecture and Interior Design. Built as a multiflexible complex, it offers a modern spa and wellness center, a restaurant with its own vegetable and herb garden and a pavilion with a concert hall for up to 1,000 guests. As the largest conference center in the Tri-City area, the hotel offers more than 6,500 sq. ft. for business and private events.
Located at the Giant Mountains, the new Radisson Hotel Szklarska Poreba welcomes guests to an upscale, full-service hotel with Scandinavian-inspired hospitality.
Szklarska Poręba has one of the largest ski resorts in Poland’s Karkonosze mountain range, made up of 20 ski lifts covering 12 miles of trails of varying difficulty. The hotel has 104 rooms and apartments, designed to enhance and embrace the local mountain atmosphere. Most of the rooms and suites offer terraces or balconies with views of the Giant Mountains or Jelenia Góra Valley.
The à la carte Spice & Herb restaurant serves both international as well as local Polish traditional dishes, full of aromas of Giant Mountain herbs and all paired with wines from Polish vineyards.
“With this new hotel under the international Radisson brand in Szklarska Poręba, we are once again a pioneer in the market, and this is a continuation of our strategy of strengthening our leadership position in resorts,” said Jan Wróblewski, co-founder, Zdrojowa Invest & Hotels Group.