Poland's Civic Coalition opposition grouping has called for the reopening of the hotel and hospitality sectors, and the return of, at least, grades 1-3 to school.
Forty percent of hospitality and hotel companies say are in a difficult or very difficult financial situation due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Coinciding with the launch of PKP’s 2021 timetable, TFN takes a whistle stop look at the four big cities that will comprise the foundations of their offer in the year ahead.
The first of its kind in Poland, the pop up hotels are aimed at those who want to experience Poland’s undiscovered areas of natural beauty, far away from traditional tourist hotspots. And as they are mobile, they can circumvent pandemic rules.
Following a gentle curve, and opening out at the mouth of Wawel Castle, is ul. Kanonicza 22. A guestbook exposes some of the past guests that have slept here: Jim Carrey; Depeche Mode; Hans Zimmer. Not bad company that I keep, I think to myself, as my gaze falls on a signed snap of Benedict Cumberbatch.
Hotels and restaurants will probably have to remain closed during the winter holiday scheduled for January 4-17, the spokesperson of the Polish health ministry said on Tuesday.
Directed only at the “homeless and needy”, a symbolic price of just 1zł will cover one month’s stay at the Pergamin Old Town Apartments in Kraków.
In August this year, average weekly restaurant spending was more than 43 percent higher than a year ago, wrote Santander Bank Polska economists on Monday, after an analysis of transactions made with the payment cards of its customers.
Kiermusy’s Dworek nad Łąkami is not your typical hotel. Framed around an unevenly cobbled courtyard, it would better be described as a village within a village: the ivy-clad tavern on one flank, and at its head, accommodation filled with dusty gramophones and sepia images of Addams Family style characters.
In July, 34 percent. of hotels in Poland recorded an occupancy rate of below 30 pct, the same number had an occupancy rate of up to 60 pct, and 32 pct above 60 pct, according to a survey conducted by the Chamber of Commerce of the Polish Hotel Industry (IGHP).