Great Hotels of the World welcomes six Polish hotels

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Great Hotels of the World welcomes six Polish hotels

PURO Gdansk

Poland: International hotel representation group, Great Hotels of the World (GHW), has announced six new member hotels under the PURO brand.

GHW provides global hotel sales and marketing services, as well as technology solutions, to a portfolio of 60 primarily independent hotels and resorts. The group has operations in London, Madrid and Lisbon.

PURO Warsaw has been a member of GHW since 2019. Now, the remaining six properties in the PURO portfolio have too become members of GHW.

In Wroclaw, situated just outside the Old Town, PURO Wroclaw features 102 guest rooms that have been recently refurbished by Blacksheep. The rooms include a wall-mounted iPad which control lighting and room service.

Other amenities include an outdoor terrace and garden. Guests can borrow bicycles to explore the local area, as well as attend PURO’s evening parties.

At PURO Krakow Kazimierz, there’s 228 guest rooms, four meeting rooms and outdoor terraces. The MAK cafe offers a healthy grab and go selection, whereas the Halika Eatery and Bar serves main meals and cocktails

PURO’s signature PRISMA Spa also offers a range of treatments and features a sauna, steam bath and fitness centre.

Located in the same city, the 138-room PURO Krakow Stare Miasto sits opposite the main station. Its gastropub HINT serves a variety of bar snacks and light meals. 

Halfway between Warsaw and Berlin is the four storey PURO Poznan. The property’s ground floor is the home to the Nifty No.50 restaurant, bar and cafe which serves international cuisine. 

Over in Gdansk on Granary Island, PURO Gdansk is a 221 room property which also features a PRISMA Spa. Its six conference rooms can hold a capacity of 140 attendees.

The hotel’s Dancing Anchor main restaurant hosts an open kitchen offering vegetarian dinners. Up on the rooftop, the Wink Above bar and terrace provide views of the city’s old town and rebuilt marina.

Finally, the PURO Lodz Centrum pays homage to Poland’s first cinema which opened in Lodz. The hotel has its own Cinema Paradiso, available exclusively to hotel guests.

Other facilities include two restaurants, a rooftop bar and garden, three flexible meeting spaces, and a PRISMA Spa with fitness centre and sauna.

Further information about the PURO hotels and Great Hotels of the World can be found here. 

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