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NYX Hotel by Leonardo launches in Poland

Poland's capital is getting its first NYX Hotel by Leonardo Hotels: The NYX Hotel Warsaw will open in Varso Place on January 11, 2021.

Nyx Hotel is located directly next to the new Varso Tower, the tallest building in Central Europe, currently under construction at 310 meters.

The new hotel aims to score points with a mix of design, art and a "special hotel-guest relationship". Andreas Neudahm is responsible for the design. The selected furniture and accessories were designed exclusively for NYX Hotels. To capture the Warsaw's spirit, various street, video and contemporary art objects can be found in the hotel. The works of emerging local artists are staged by local curators.

A total of 331 rooms and suites are available for guests. The light blue walls in the rooms provide a contrast to the beds in cream and carpets in black and white. The upper rooms offer a view of the city.

For meetings and conferences, there are five meeting rooms that can be flexibly combined with each other. "Clash" is the name of the new restaurant and the hotel bar in the lobby lounge. A games room with retro games and a fitness area round out the offerings. The target group is individualists, trendsetters and city travelers alike.

Yoram Biton, Managing Director of Leonardo Hotels Central Europe said : 

Poland is a promising business, industrial and cultural location. With our first hotel, the Leonardo Royal Warsaw, we are already well established in the capital. Especially at a time when investments in Europe are generally lying fallow, our new house will be economically significant for the location in addition to the artistic aspect.

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