Turning to Poland hotels, ReviewPro has rated Tatra Chalet in Zakopane as best of 293 suggested by guests. Based on research from the firm’s Global Review Index™, ReviewPro’s ratings are the industry-standard benchmark for online guest satisfaction.
If you’re headed to Warsaw, and need a luxury stay with the crispest of pillow cases, Hotel Bristol there has brand new ones. A multi-million dollar revamp recently is sure to have included new linens. Aside this, the Warsaw city center icon also joins The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts’ group of the world’s finest hotels.
Football fans visiting Poland for the Euro 2012, be sure to stuff a bit of extra cash in your luggage; with thousands of football fans expected to visit the country in order to take in one or more of the 15 matches to be hosted there, hotels are responding by raising rates exorbitantly.
Super 8’s parent company (Wyndham Hotel Group) has embarked on creating an European footprint. One of the very first countries they are focusing on is Poland.
In news from Ukraine and the upcoming 2012 European Championships, organizers are concerned with keeping down hospitality prices for the coming wave of travelers headed East. Along with integrating their efforts with those of sister venues in Poland, soccer fans being fleeced seems to be tops on the agenda of late. But is the concern already too late and too little?
Though you may not realize it, Eastern Europe has some of the most exquisite hotel accomodations anywhere in the world. And, where relatively unsung excellence goes, the region has many small five star gems not many outside Europe have heard of. By way of revealing some of these, Argo Travel News presents; Marrol’s in Bratislava, Granary Suite Hotel in Wroclaw, Grand Hotel Toplice at Lake Bled, Villa Dubrovnik in Croatia, and Bulgarian ski resort Hotel Yastrebets.
Internos Real Investors is reportedly raising between €200 million and €250 million for their first hotel fund for selected European countries. According to the news, the company is targeting mid-market hotel projects in Germany, France, and in the Netherlands.
In news from Poland’s Blue Sky Travel, the company and Travelport have just penned a deal for supporting Blue Sky’s offerings with Travelport’s global flight inventory.