2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II, making it the perfect time to explore modern Poland. The site of the Warsaw Uprising, a turning point at the end of WWII, is evolving as a vibrant travel destination, and with nearly a dozen hotels set to open in Warsaw in 2020, none are as highly anticipated as Nobu Hotel Warsaw. Dynamic and distinctive, the new Nobu Hotel Warsaw is located in the heart of this historic city; and will embody the Nobu brand lifestyle, which will set it head and shoulders above the rest.
Nobu Hotel’s first Polish property will find its home in a new building on Wilcza Street, designed by the Polish architectural firm Medusa Group, and will also encompass the existing Hotel Rialto. The design renovation will see Medusa Group and Californian-based Studio PCH combine creative forces to bring a new, transformative architectural design to Warsaw underpinned by the original Rialto building.
The hotel will have 117 rooms alongside expansive meeting and event spaces, a fitness centre and a signature Nobu Restaurant, integrated within a mix of luxurious hotel and energized living spaces. With Warsaw seen as one of the country’s most dynamic cities, Nobu Hotel Warsaw will embrace the city’s charisma and blend it with the brand’s ardent service, distinctive aesthetic and effortless luxury to create a truly unique venue in this cultural hub.
To find out more, visit nobuhotels.com/warsaw/.