Nowy Åwiat street is considered to be one of the most recognisable, fashionable and entertaining areas in Poland. It connects the two elements of the capital – the historical and the contemporary, leading straight to the Old Town area.
Hotel Indigo Warsaw – Nowy Swiat provides an ideal base from which to explore the sprawling city, with easy access to the district’s boutique shops, cultural venues and broad dining options. For business travellers, the financial and business centres are also nearby, with the diplomatic district a walking distance from the hotel.
The rebuilding process of Warsaw after the Second World War left this district with an enviable blend of architectural styles; immaculately restored gothic creations and neoclassical palaces sit alongside Communist-era concrete towers and sleek modern skyscrapers.
These contrasting styles are reflected in Hotel Indigo Warsaw – Nowy Swiat, where guests will find slick contemporary rooms dressed in dark grey shades, alongside crisp white rooms decorated with ornate mouldings and elegant columns.
Guests and locals alike can enjoy the hotel’s contemporary restaurant offering, Florentine, where Middle Eastern flavours and cooking techniques are paired with local Polish produce to create exciting and eccentric dishes. For visitors wanting to enjoy a selection of whiskey, the hotel’s ‘old fashioned’ inspired Bourbon Lounge Bar offers a wide assortment of unique whiskey concoctions.
“Boutique is the fastest growing segment in our industry, and with tourism to Eastern Europe continuing to rise, it’s an exciting time to be opening our second Hotel Indigo in Poland following Hotel Indigo Krakow – Old Town,” comments Tom Rowntree, IHG’s Vice President of Brand Management for Hotel Indigo, Europe.
“This year is an exciting one for the brand. We’re expanding into new neighbourhoods including The Hague, London Aldgate and Cardiff and have just signed a new hotel to open in London, Leicester Square.”