TFN travelled to the small resort of Szczawnica to speak to the brother and sister descendants of a great-grandfather Count who had a vision which they are now realising.
TFN’s Alex Webber takes a look at the capital’s booming hotel industry, and finds a city bristling with top-class aesthetics and design-led operations.
Described as Churchill’s favourite spy, Krystyna Skarbek was one of Britain’s longest-serving female agents during WWII. English Heritage, the Polish Embassy and author Clare Mulley have been campaigning for the boutique hotel in London’s Kensington where she was knifed to death by a jealous lover to install a blue plaque in her memory.
Scores of firefighters battled the blaze 100 metres above the ground for hours in a dramatic operation to save the building.
Known as the Spiderman from Silesia, Banot who has over 178,000 followers on his YouTube channel was arrested for public disorder after reaching the top where he was greeted by waiting police officers.
Imaginative, creative and with a focus on individual character the PURO hotel company gets away from the bland conformity of hotel chains.
TFN’s Alex Webber takes a look at the building’s extraordinary past and its stunning reincarnation.
Under pressure from the likes of Airbnb hotels have to change their ways and their looks to bring in the millennials.
In the desolate post-war new order, modernism was supposed to create new narratives of hope: for some, this was eternal freedom, of a New York Art Deco grandeur; for others, a strident Bolshevik equality.
The Polish hotel industry is booming. Owing to an increasingly strong economic situation, the growing popularity of Poland as a tourist destination and the development of international business relations, the hotel services sector is beginning to flourish.