Radisson Hotel Group (RHG) has expanded its presence in Poland with the opening of Radisson Blu Resort & Conference Center, Ostróda Mazury.
Located on Lake Drwęca in the Masurian Lake District, the new property is RHG’s 18th hotel in Poland and its first Radisson Blu Resort in Ostróda.
Radisson Blu Resort & Conference Center, Ostróda Mazury boasts 238 rooms ranging from superior rooms to suites.
The property also houses two restaurants including The Grus and The Stoke Restaurant, which caters international and traditional local dishes, while the Black Swan Club serves original and classic drinks.
Guests will have access to several leisure facilities including a spa with twelve treatment rooms, an aqua park with a sports pool, water slides and a shallow pool.
The hotel has more than 2,300m2 of meeting and event space, comprising of an Auditorium Hall, four function rooms and seven conference rooms.
In addition, there is a foyer that can host various events such as business meetings, banquets, and weddings.
Radisson Blu Resort & Conference Center, Ostróda Mazury is close to Ostróda’s city centre and Ostróda train station.
It also provides convenient access to tourist destinations including the 14th century Ostróda Castle.
Radisson Blu Resort & Conference Center, Ostróda Mazury resort general manager Adam Pruszkowski said: “The opening of Radisson Blu Resort & Conference Center, Ostróda Mazury creates new leisure and conference opportunities for the Warmia-Masuria region.
“For many years, I have been a ‘Yes I Can’ trainer for new Radisson Hotel Group employees. I am proud to be opening this new hotel and leading the team by example by bringing to life this important brand philosophy.”
In August last year, RHG’s full-service hotel chain Radisson RED debuted in Poland with the opening of its first property in Gdańsk city. Radisson RED Gdańsk is part of the redevelopment of Granary Island.