Warsaw: City for meetings

Warsaw: City for meetings

Warsaw: City for meetings

Think of a city that offers numerous advantages and interesting experiences; a European metropolis that can bring a smile to the faces of tourists, businessmen, and art lovers. You’re thinking of Warsaw! No matter whether coming to Warsaw for business or for pleasure, the city has all the attractions needed to make time in the city a perfect one.

Some of Warsaw’s recommended venues for meetings include:

Hotel Bristol

Hotel Bristol is the oldest hotel in Warsaw and was founded by Ignacy Paderewski – world recognized composer. The exceptional nature of the hotel comes from its combination of subtle art déco elegance and XXI century modernity. The hotel is situated on the “Royal Route”, near the Old Town, the Royal Castle and the National Theatre. Since 1901, Hotel Bristol has hosted Warsaw’s most important events. The banquet salons offer an extraordinary experience, with contemporary comforts and conveniences in a distinct venue with artistic heritage.

Mercure Warszawa Grand

Conveniently located in the city centre the newly renovated 4* Mercure Grand is ideal for the business or leisure traveller, close to the historic Old Town, luxurious shopping, Lazienki Park and the Royal Route. The hotel offers three meeting rooms located on the 10th floor with a beautiful panorama of Warsaw. They are able to accommodate up to 150 people in a variety of settings. There are also smaller meeting rooms (approximately 50m2 each) on the ground floor. The building has a heliport on the roof.

Sound Garden Hotel

Sound Garden Hotel was created out of a passion for music and the environment. The hotel’s designers used only natural and high-quality materials like wood and glass, all rain water is reused to better protect the Earth, and only natural cosmetics are available for guests. As the first self-service hotel in Warsaw, the venue offers a quick on-line booking tool and an electronic self-check-in. Guests can also decide on which sound floor they would like to stay: jazz, pop, rock and nature, or the floor for women – Ladies Floor.

Museum of Warsaw

It is as unique as the city itself, and with strikingly similar stories –rebuilt from the rubble after WW2. The recently renovated Museum of Warsaw is housed in eleven tenement buildings entered on the UNESCO List of World Heritage. The museum offers excellent spaces to rent, suitable for special events such as conferences, seminars, film shows, dinners or cocktails, as well as for some exclusive intimate VIP meetings. Space is available in the museum’s main building at the Old Town Square, as well as in other departments.

The Praga Museum of Warsaw

The Praga Museum of Warsaw deals mostly with documentation and research, but the people of Praga have generously donated many interesting items to the museum’s collection. As well as the exhibitions, the museum also organises workshops, film screenings and lectures. The historic annex boasts pre-war mural paintings that once decorated Jewish prayer rooms. Through cooperation with local activists, organisations and artisans, the museum has become an informal forum of the right bank of the city.

The Warsaw Convention Bureau is exhibiting at IBTM Barcelona from November 28-30, 2017. The Bureau team will be ready to provide information at the Poland national stand, D80.