ibis Styles Warszawa City

ibis Styles Warszawa City is the first brand’s property in the Polish capital. The hotel located at Grzybowska 43 street introduces visitors to the fascinating historical world of Warsaw’s trams. The colourful map of connections running through the hotel interior recreates the route of the first horse-drawn tram line, inaugurated in 1866 close to Grzybowska street. The contemporary interiors juxtapose lots of curiosities related to urban transport. The lobby is patterned on a tram stop, the reception desk and buffet restaurant also refer to the main theme of the hotel. The lifts, corridors, rooms and all other spaces are filled with graphics and decorations with transport motif: tram seats, rails on the carpet, tracks in the breakfast room and a description of the floors presented as a timetable are just a few. The facility provides 220 comfortable rooms.
Name of project ibis Styles Warszawa City
Date of completion March 15, 2018
Location Grzybowska 43, Warsaw, Poland
Hotel category 3*
Total space (SQM) 5000 SQM
Conference space (SQM) 400 SQM
Number of rooms 220
Services online check-in, parking, laundry, free Wi-Fi,
facilities for the disabled, services for kids (Kids Club, babysitter on request), reception 24/7, concierge, fitness center, Internet corner, business center with service or self-service
Investor Wisher Enterprise Sp. z o.o.
Developer Wisher Enterprise Sp. z o.o.
Operator Wisher Enterprise Sp. z o.o.
Source of project financing private owner
Architect MDJZ architekci sp.z o.o. sp.k.
Construction company different subcontractors
Target client 60% business, 40% individual
Average monthly occupancy between October 2017 and September 2018 75%
Revenue per available room (in EUR) 45 Eur net
Average daily rate (in EUR) 60 Eur net
Brief information about the project ibis Styles Warszawa City is the first brand’s property in the Polish capital. The hotel located at Grzybowska 43 street introduces visitors to the fascinating historical world of Warsaw’s trams. The colourful map of connections running through the hotel interior recreates the route of the first horse-drawn tram line, inaugurated in 1866 close to Grzybowska street. The contemporary interiors juxtapose lots of curiosities related to urban transport. The lobby is patterned on a tram stop, the reception desk and buffet restaurant also refer to the main theme of the hotel. The lifts, corridors, rooms and all other spaces are filled with graphics and decorations with transport motif: tram seats, rails on the carpet, tracks in the breakfast room and a description of the floors presented as a timetable are just a few. The facility provides 220 comfortable rooms.
Project website https://www.accorhotels.com/pl/hotel-B0R2-ibis-styles-warszawa-city-/index.shtml
Name of project
ibis Styles Warszawa City
Date of completion
March 15, 2018
Location
Grzybowska 43, Warsaw, Poland
Hotel category
3*
Total space (SQM)
5000 SQM
Conference space (SQM)
400 SQM
Number of rooms
220
Services
online check-in, parking, laundry, free Wi-Fi,
facilities for the disabled, services for kids (Kids Club, babysitter on request), reception 24/7, concierge, fitness center, Internet corner, business center with service or self-service
Investor
Wisher Enterprise Sp. z o.o.
Developer
Wisher Enterprise Sp. z o.o.
Operator
Wisher Enterprise Sp. z o.o.
Source of project financing
private owner
Architect
MDJZ architekci sp.z o.o. sp.k.
Construction company
different subcontractors
Target client
60% business, 40% individual
Average monthly occupancy between October 2017 and September 2018
75%
Revenue per available room (in EUR)
45 Eur net
Average daily rate (in EUR)
60 Eur net
Brief information about the project
ibis Styles Warszawa City is the first brand’s property in the Polish capital. The hotel located at Grzybowska 43 street introduces visitors to the fascinating historical world of Warsaw’s trams. The colourful map of connections running through the hotel interior recreates the route of the first horse-drawn tram line, inaugurated in 1866 close to Grzybowska street. The contemporary interiors juxtapose lots of curiosities related to urban transport. The lobby is patterned on a tram stop, the reception desk and buffet restaurant also refer to the main theme of the hotel. The lifts, corridors, rooms and all other spaces are filled with graphics and decorations with transport motif: tram seats, rails on the carpet, tracks in the breakfast room and a description of the floors presented as a timetable are just a few. The facility provides 220 comfortable rooms.
Project website
https://www.accorhotels.com/pl/hotel-B0R2-ibis-styles-warszawa-city-/index.shtml

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