12 AUGUST 2019


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Article from BTNews 12 AUGUST 2019

Four Points lands in Poland

Marriott International’s Four Points by Sheraton brand has made its debut in Poland with the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow, operated as part of a franchise agreement with Hotel Management Group.

With 190 bedrooms and in the heart of Warsaw’s business district, the hotel takes its theme from famous Polish artists of the 50s and 60s. The property is 4km from Warsaw International Airport and 7km from the city centre.

Marriott vice-president for premium and select brands John Licence said: “This opening marks a strong addition to our European portfolio and reflects the popularity of the brand across the continent.”

Design features include black-and-white photography of the local area and historic touches with ceramics by Lubomir Tomaszewski, glass by Zbigniew Horbowy and furnishings by Roman Modzelewski and Jozef Chierowski.

The vintage design elements are complemented by modern technology including mobile check-in, keyless locks, and Chromecast screening in-room with Youtube and Netflix apps. There is free wi-fi throughout.

Other facilities include 350sq m of meeting space across five meeting rooms and an 85sq m fitness centre with Technogym equipment for aerobic and strength training. The opening brings the total of Marriott International hotels in Poland to 16.


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