The new Michelin Key which will be introduced in 2024, has preselected more than 5,300 hotels in 120 countries, with 32 of them based across Poland and will ‘highlight establishments offering exceptional hotel and travel experiences’.
Turning the used hotel soap into fresh new bars, beneficiaries of Jarosław Kędroń’s Resoap Project include an array of Polish orphanages, Ukrainian refugee organisations and, even, charitable missions as far afield as Cameroon.
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VIDEO: The film about a Jewish man from the Warsaw ghetto who finds himself working as a waiter in a luxury hotel in Hitler’s Third Reich by pretending to be French while sleeping with German women before brutally discarding them as revenge for the murder of his family has opened in cinemas.
Known at the time as Schloss Wartenberg, it was constructed as a summer residence for senior SS officer Otto von Wachter, the governor of the Kraków District in Hans Frank's General Government.
Architects from Warsaw’s Kuryłowicz & Associates came up with the winning design for the four-star hotel which Ukrainian contractors are now building on the famous Mickiewicz Square UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Combining the historic style of a bygone Warsaw with a modern twist, the five-star boutique Hotel Verte was designed to be "an unconvential adaptation of the Branicki and Szaniawski Palaces" and has been described as a "fresh page" in their history.
Renovated just four-years ago, Komierowo Palace finished in the top spot ahead of Ireland’s Blue Haven Hotel, and the Hotel Chesa Grischuna in Klosters, Switzerland.
As concern heightens over the future, no longer are fallout shelters being seen as the domain of eccentric survivalists or paranoid billionaires. Vastly varying in size and cost, what was once a niche market has seen an explosion in both interest and innovation.
Executed with deft aplomb, there is nothing in this hotel that feels like a misstep. Every surface, ever corner and every little nook has a purpose or some tiny magic detail: a trinket of some sort whether it be a book or a photo or some charming decoy to keep you amused.
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