Park Inn by Radisson opens in Poznan

The 166-room hotel will debut in Poland's fifth-largest city offering five meeting rooms.

The Park Inn by Radisson Poznan has opened in the Polish city featuring 166 rooms, an all-day restaurant and lobby bar and a fully equipped gym. Five modern meeting rooms offer flexibility for small creative sessions or a larger event for up to 70 delegates.

Poznan is a lively destination bursting with culture, architecture and life. One of the few cities to retain buildings from different historical eras, Poznan presents a unique opportunity to explore Central European heritage.

Situated in the heart of the city, the Park Inn by Radisson Poznan is located along Garbary Street near the Old Town. The nearby Renaissance town hall, charming side streets and historic market square offer opportunities for nearby sightseeing.

The hotel is easy to access by car, public transport and on foot. Lawica Airport is located only 7km away.

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