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New hotel brand on the Warsaw map
March 25, 2018    wersja polska »
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Warsaw is a city where traces of the past are omnipresent. Almost every street and building has a story to tell, an exceptional combination of long-ago days and contemporary times. The Ibis Styles Warszawa City being created in the heart of the capital showcases the fascinating history of Warsaw?s trams, the city's circulatory system.

On 15 March the ibis Styles Warszawa City hotel has opened its doors for visitors. This is the first property in the Polish capital from a brand that builds its network based on unique concepts of exceptional spaces. They draw inspiration from various sources, with the common elements being unlimited creativity, positive energy, an optimistic mood and perfect comfort. The hotel at ul. Grzybowska 43 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 ulica Grzybowska. The contemporary interiors juxtapose even more curiosities related to urban transport. Guests can enjoy designer spaces featuring tram cars, tracks and maps, which take on unique shapes and forms. The ibis Styles Warszawa City promises an unforgettable trip through time, and an excursion down the pathways of the city's trams. And after a day full of new impressions: regeneration and exceptional dreams of Warsaw in the Sweet bed by Ibis Styles.

In the ibis Styles Warszawa City, your unforgettable journey starts as soon as you cross the threshold. Colourful lighting styled on maps of transport routes leads guests to a reception desk inspired by the styles of old tram cars. And that?s not all: The lobby is patterned on a tram stop that refers to Warsaw?s historical urban transport. The buffet restaurant also refers to the motif of the hotel. The uniqueness and unconventionality that are part of the brand philosophy are shown here in the use of many non-standard elements and solutions. The lifts, corridors, rooms and all other spaces are filled with graphics and decorations with transport motifs: A section of a tram jutting out from the wall, 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.

While the hotel's colourful, energetic interior takes you back into the past, outside the walls is a contemporary metropolitan scene, shaped largely by the city?s history. The inspiration for the ibis Styles Warszawa City is first of all the city itself, broadly understood: its culture and contemporary solutions. To fully draw on the experience of a stay in the hotel?s exceptional interiors, you have to get to know the city better. This is helped by the perfect location: the building is in the heart of Warsaw?s centre, which brings together historic structures with a thriving contemporary scene. The cheerful hotel staff, who are always available to meet guests? needs, will provide all the tips you need for an unforgettable stay in Warsaw. There are plenty of places to explore and things to learn!

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