Marriott opens first Four Points in Poland

The Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow is in the middle of the city's business district. Photo credit: Marriott International

Marriott International has opened the Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow, a first for the brand in the country.

The 190-room hotel is operated as part of a franchise agreement with Hotel Management Group. Public space includes an 85-square-meter fitness center and five meeting rooms.

“We are delighted to introduce the Four Points brand to Poland in the heart of Warsaw’s business district,” said John Licence, VP/premium and select brands, Marriott International Europe. “This opening marks a strong addition to our European portfolio.”

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Marriott has 16 hotels in Poland, including AC Hotel by Marriott Wroclaw, the Westin Warsaw and the recently opened Moxy Warsaw Praga.

In June, Lodging Econometrics reported Poland's hotel construction pipeline included 91 hotels with 13,748 rooms. Radisson last week signed a deal for two hotels in Poland, while IHG opened the Holiday Inn Gdansk-City Centre earlier this month. 

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