A total of 60 percent of international hotel operators are willing to make an investment in Poland, according to a recent study carried out by a global commercial real estate services firm.
Opened on 19 November, 1901, the Hotel Bristol has become a place where modernity and heritage meet. TFN’s Alex Webber looks back at its glitzy history.
A curated anthology of extraordinary places where memories will be made.
The value of the Polish hotel, restaurant and catering market (HoReCa), which plummeted by 31 percent last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, will rebound by some 14 percent this year and reach PLN 25.9 billion (EUR 5.69 billion), a report has shown.
Hotels in Poland resumed operations on Saturday but only at 50-percent capacity, restaurants and cafes will open on May 15 but only for customers sitting outside as part of measures easing lockdown restrictions.
Generously filled with dramatic archways, lavish churches, semi-secret corners and revamped tenements, it’s enough to just wander without aim and let the hours slip away.
The overwhelming majority of Poland's hotels do not expect to generate any profit before the end of 2022, according to a survey by the Chamber of Commerce of the Polish Hotel Industry (IGHP).
Hotels in Poland can reopen from mid-February but will not be allowed to exceed 50-percent capacity, Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister, said on Friday.
Polish hotels may be able to open again, under a strict sanitary regime, from February 14, the deputy prime minister and development minister said on Thursday.
The debt of hotels, restaurants and catering firms increased by one third in 2020 compared to the previous year and now stands at around PLN 280 million (EUR 61.8 million).