12 JUNE 2017
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InterContinental Hotels has extended its footprint across Poland with the opening of the Hotel Indigo Warsaw-Nowy Swiat, named for its location on one of the main historic thoroughfares of the city.
It follows the opening of the Hotel Indigo Krakow-Old Town in 2016 and gives the group a presence close to Warsaw’s financial and business centres, with the diplomatic district within walking distance.
IHG says the new hotel has been designed to reflect Warsaw’s contrasting architectural styles, with the 60 contemporary rooms either dressed in dark grey shades or crisp white rooms decorated with ornate mouldings and elegant columns.
General manager Grażyna Kania said: “Hotel Indigo is the perfect fit for this location, showcasing the best of the local neighbourhood as well as acting as the perfect base to explore it.”
IHG vice-president brand management Tom Rowntree said: “Boutique is the fastest-growing segment in our industry, and with travel to Eastern Europe continuing to rise, it’s an exciting time to be opening our second Hotel Indigo in Poland.”
The brand is also expanding into Aldgate in London and has just signed a new hotel to open in Leicester Square. There are also properties in Cardiff and the Hague.
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