Vienna International opens the Angelo Katowice

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    Real estate developers Warimpex and UBM and hotel management firm Vienna International have opened their sixth angelo design hotel after Prague, Bucharest, Munich, Pilsen and Ekaterinburg: the angelo Hotel in Katowice, Poland. The 4-star hotel, with 203 rooms and eight conference rooms, is specially geared towards the needs of the many business travellers who visit the commercial and industrial city of Katowice. The city of Katowice (pop. 340,000) is one of the most important centres of business in Poland. Especially in the past few years, Katowice has presented itself as a city that is open to change and has plenty to offer in terms of culture. The city lies at an important crossroads in Europe and, as the centre of the Upper Silesian Industrial Region, is a powerful engine driving the economy.

    The newly opened 4-star angelo Hotel is located in the middle of the city’s commercial district. The 203-room business hotel has an executive floor as well as 17 apartments with a separate cooking area perfect for longer stays. A special feature is the 980 m² conference area consisting of eight light-flooded meeting rooms and a conference room for up to 300 people, making this the largest conference centre in all of Katowice. Guests looking for sport and exercise to balance out a strenuous day will enjoy the hotel’s fitness area with state-of-the-art cardio devices – the perfect place to regenerate, followed by a relaxing sauna visit.

    Thanks to its location and special service, the new hotel promises to be especially attractive for business travellers while also an excellent choice for city and culture tourists.

    The angelo design hotels represent a fresh and modern atmosphere with select colours and forms creating an environment that is just as conducive to work as it is for relaxation. The design concept includes a blend of intense black, coral red and yellow tones highlighted by Oriental furnishings and accessories.

    Daniel Fountain / 16.04.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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