Wyndham enters Poland with a new hotel in Wroclaw


The world’s largest hotel franchisor is set to unveil its first property in the country – the upscale Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town, which will be managed by Mogotel Hotel Group.

This future hotel is located in the heart of historic Wroclaw, one of the largest cities in western Poland and home to renowned universities and research centers.

Venture into new markets

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts continues its global expansion and will make its long-awaited debut in Poland with the opening of Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town in early February 2022. The 205-room upscale property will be managed by Mogotel Hotel Group.

Christian Michel, Vice President of European Development for Wyndham Hotels & Resorts EMEA, said, “We are delighted to launch our first hotel in Poland with our premium Wyndham brand in collaboration with Mogotel. Poland is a country with great potential for development and a plethora of destinations that attract and suit different types of travellers.

“With favorable economic conditions and strong domestic demand, Poland offers exciting opportunities for our industry and fits perfectly with our growth strategy for Europe.”

Ivans Dokicans, Head of Development and Board Member of Mogotel Hotel Group, added, “Wroclaw is a beautiful and historic city and we are proud to launch the Wyndham brand in the city. Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town will mark our second property in collaboration with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts following the opening of Wyndham Garden Munich Messe in Germany and we look forward to the continuation of our successful partnership.

An attractive base for business and leisure

Wyndham Wroclaw Old Town will feature a range of dining outlets, including a gourmet restaurant and cozy lounge bar, as well as 11 meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 400 people in total. There will also be a wellness area on the top floor, with a state-of-the-art fitness room, sauna and steam bath.

The hotel is conveniently located just 16 kilometers from Wroclaw’s Copernicus International Airport and close to the scenic sights and attractions of the Old Town. This property is the latest addition to Wyndham’s growing European portfolio, which now includes more than 350 operational hotels in 30 countries, with more than 90 more in the pipeline.

In related news, Dimitris Manikis, President, EMEA, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, recently told our Editor-in-Chief Richard Frost that the company’s handling of the pandemic has actually helped its pipeline, including demonstrating resilience. of Wyndham’s business model. to potential customers.


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