New hotels are rapidly being built across Warsaw. Twelve new hotels have been opened across the city in the last eighteen months - more than in Berlin. Warsaw is frequented by more and more visitors and it is steadily becoming one of the most important hotel markets in CEE. Does it, however, have the chance to develop as much as the hotel markets in Prague or Budapest?
Radisson Blu announced the opening of a new Radisson Blu Hotel in Prague. The reopening of this modern hotel follows the transformation of an existing property, with major capital investment going into the project to upgrade and rebrand the former hotel.
Hilton Garden Inn opened its first hotel in Hungary, Hilton Garden Inn Budapest City Centre. Located just steps away from the Opera House and St Stephen’s Basilica, Hilton Garden Inn Budapest City Centre has 214 rooms.
Holiday Inn Warsaw City Centre was acquired by Union Investment Real Estate GmbH in January 2018. Avison Young was initially responsible for the landlord technical advisory at the final stage of the construction process as well as at the pre-opening phase. Currently, the investor extends cooperation with Avison Young, who will be responsible for the landlord technical supervision of the property and management of the technical projects.
According to the latest European hotels trend report by Savills, emerging European tourist cities such as Dublin, Lisbon and Madrid and alternative operating structures such as non-leased operating structures offer higher yielding opportunities for those investors willing to take on more risk.
Radisson Hospitality AB, publicly listed on Nasdaq Stockholm, Sweden and part of the Radisson Hotel Group, announced the opening of the Radisson Hotel & Suites, Gdansk in Poland. Highlighted as the first new Radisson in Europe, the hotel brings the group's portfolio to 17 hotels and almost 3,800 rooms in operation or under development in Poland.
An application that allows you to order room service with an emoji, a hotel lobby arranged to resemble a coworking office, a bar that serves regional beers, or spaces where you can feel part of the local community – these are just some of the new features being implemented by a growing number of hotels. The reason? Growing customer expectations have motivated both operators and owners to create hotel brands that will provide unique experiences, according to JLL.
Radisson Hotel Group announced the introduction of its Radisson Collection brand to the Polish capital of Warsaw. The premium lifestyle property will open in May 2019. Radisson Hospitality AB also announced the signing of the Radisson RED Warsaw. The upscale, lifestyle select-service brand will be introduced in 2023.
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