20 MARCH 2017

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Article from BTNews 20 MARCH 2017

Leonardo arrives in Warsaw

The Unesco world heritage site of Warsaw became the latest destination in the Leonardo Hotels portfolio on Wednesday following the group’s takeover of the 4-star former JM Hotel Warsaw Centre.

The 178-room property occupies floors 18 – 27 in the JM Tower building, which as one of the tallest structures in the city offers wide-ranging views from its top floors.

The hotel itself specialises in events of all kinds, offering a total of more than 500sq m floor area in six function rooms. 

The property will be included in the Leonardo Hotel brand and will operate under the name Leonardo Royal Hotel Warsaw with a décor masterminded by international interior designer Andreas Neudahm.

Leonardo managing director Europe Daniel Roger said: “Warsaw is an indispensable part of Eastern Europe, both as a centre of commerce and as a cultural attraction and we are very glad our hotel chain is now represented here and that we can offer our guests another attractive destination."

Leonardo Hotels, the European arm of the Fattal Hotels Group, opened its first UK property, at Heathrow, two years ago this month. The company also opened a property in Edinburgh city centre last October.

www.leonardo-hotels.com

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