Poland wants to catch up with hotel construction

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    || Poland wants to catch up with hotel construction ||

    Poland is ripe for hotel investments as many more people want to visit this country. :)
     
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    Was in Warsaw a few weeks ago at the Hilton. Really nice new (built in 2006) facility. Didn't see a lot of other nice options around though.
     
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    We have been to Warsaw too a few times, we stayed at the Bristol, InterContinental, Hyatt, Hilton and Westin Hotels. Our preferred choices are the Westin Hotel, a gorgeous and modern hotel designed by John Portman and the IC for their Club offerings and elegant rooms. The Hilton is only around 10 minutes walking distance to the Westin, while the Bristol, is the true historic hotel of Warsaw, located beside the Presidential Palace, but the Hyatt is a bit inconvenient located near the Russian embassy, so this was a disadvantage for us.

    We're glad overall that hotel investment and development in Poland is set to pick up in the future.
     
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    I was a little worried about staying at the Hilton because it wasn't in the tourist area, but it was really easy to get to. Tram lines right next door, bus line that ran straight to Old Town, and located right next to the Warsaw Uprising museum. Plus, a 3-day transit pass was only 30 zloty (or about $9).
     
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