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.
Offering “a safe investment” with “guaranteed returns”, the market for micro-apartments has proven resilient in the face of covid.
The former power station, boasting flats, shops and restaurants, adds to the growing glory of the city’s Powiśle district.
A 470 square-metre apartment in central Warsaw has been sold for a record-high PLN 17 million (ca. EUR 4 mln), the highest price paid for a flat in Poland in 2019, and one of the highest in the last 30 years, urban.one portal said on Friday.