The first hotel of its kind to open in Poland as NYX chooses Varso Place

Warsaw attracts more than 10 million tourists and business visitors every year. In less than two years, some of them will stay at the NYX hotel in Varso Place which they will be able to access easily from both the Warsaw Central Station and Warsaw Chopin Airport. In line with NYX brand philosophy, the four-star hotel will offer its guests not only 331 stylishly decorated rooms but also a range of opportunities to relax surrounded by art, music and design.

In the process of lease agreement negotiations with the Leonardo Hotels chain HB Reavis was assisted by Hotel Professionals, who was the advisor to HB Reavis in the initial phase of the hotel investment.

Part of the Leonardo Hotels chain, NYX hotels already operate in Milan, Madrid, Prague, Munich, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and other locations, attracting mainly young generations of travelers who enjoy the charm of big cities. The first NYX hotel in Poland will open in 2020 in Varso 1, the middle of the three buildings developed by HB Reavis at the intersection of al. Jana Pawła II and ul. Chmielna. It will occupy almost 20,000 sq m of space on floors 4 through 18.

The NYX hotel will be an excellent base for exploring Warsaw on foot and by public transport. It will be situated within a five-minute walk from the Rondo ONZ metro station, which offers easy access to the Old Town, National Stadium and Copernicus Science Centre. With Varso Place being directly connected to the Warsaw Central Station, the journey time by train is only 20 minutes to Warsaw Chopin Airport and approximately 45 minutes to Warsaw Modlin Airport.

Guests staying at NYX will also enjoy the observation deck, restaurant and bar on the top of the nearby Varso Tower, one of the tallest buildings in Europe.

In the hotel operator search process, HB Reavis consulted experts from Cushman & Wakefield, while in the process of lease agreement negotiations with the Leonardo Hotels chain HB Reavis was assisted by Hotel Professionals, who was the advisor to HB Reavis in the initial phase of the hotel investment.