Just two months ago, Hilton Worldwide announced plans to grow its Hampton by Hilton brand in Poland, with two new properties slated to open in Gdansk and Lublin next year.
The brand just keeps growing, and Poland is still ripe for development. This week, the company signed three new Hampton by Hilton properties for 2018. Hampton by Hilton Poznan Old Town and Hampton by Hilton Kalisz are planned for the Wielkopolska Province, while the Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Mokotow will open in the capital's Mokotow-Sluzewiec business district.
“We have now announced five Hampton by Hilton signings in Poland in less than two months, further demonstrating the rapid ongoing growth in the Polish travel and tourism industry,” Patrick Fitzgibbon, SVP, development, EMEA, Hilton Worldwide said in a statement. “These new Hilton hotels, based in three popular Polish cities, are all set in excellent locations and will service the increasing demand for focused service accommodation in Poland."
Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Mokotow
The 163-guestroom Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Mokotow will be part of one of Poland's leading commercial districts, Mokotow-Sluzewiec. The signing sees Sun Investment entering a management agreement with Hilton Worldwide, with the hotel currently under construction and expected to open in late 2018. The property will boost Hilton Worldwide's existing presence in Warsaw, with four other Hilton branded hotels currently open in the city under three different brands. Eiffage Polska Budownictwo is the general contractor for development of Hampton by Hilton Warsaw Mokotow.
Hampton by Hilton Poznan Old Town
Hampton by Hilton Poznan Old Town is a 117-guestroom property being developed by BB Capital Group. One of Poland's oldest cities, Poznan is also now an important business center, and Hampton by Hilton Poznan Old Town is situated close to Poznan International Fair, the largest conference center in Poland and one of the largest in Europe.
Hampton by Hilton Kalisz
The 95-guestroom Hampton by Hilton Kalisz, owned by Antczak Calisia Spolka Komandytowa, is set to open in 2018. Part of a mixed-use redevelopment of the 19th-century Calisia Piano Factory, the hotel will be located within walking distance to Kalisz Town Hall, the City's Cathedral, the Old Town walls and other tourist attractions. Kalisz is one of the oldest cities in Poland. The hotel will be managed by Philoxenos Polska.
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