Measuring 125 metres in length, and accommodating 126 passengers, the ship from Crist shipyard in Gdynia will include a yoga studio, spa, saunas with ocean views, two infinity hot tubs and a lounge with panoramic views. It will also tout sixty-nine luxury cabins, among them a number of 40 sq/m suites.
Gazing right onto the ocean, the complex will allow guests direct access to the beach and will include state-of-the-art spa and conference facilities. Grzegorz Kawecki, Vice President of the Management Board of Marvipol Development SA said: “The premium hotel market is developing dynamically in Poland, which is why we have decided to cooperate with a strong, recognizable brand with a global reach, which is Mövenpick.”
Famously fronted by chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and film producer Meir Teper, the Warsaw branch represents the luxury brand’s 12th hotel and 43rd restaurant.
Founder Bartosz Knop says: “Balticus is more than just watches, it is a Polish brand with passion, creating a quality product tailored to the needs of the owner.”
Costing over 170 million euros and using more concrete than that used to build Warsaw’s Palace of Culture, Suntago Water World is a tropical paradise.
Started in 2014 by Miron Mironiuk, 29, from Wrocław, clients include luxury brands L’Oreal, Gucci, Cartier, LVMH, Bulgari, Fendi and Mercedes-Benz.
While cars still lead the way in luxury items, clothing is gaining ground as a close second.
The largest luxury yacht ever built in Poland has been launched by the Conrad shipyard in Gdansk.