Why is the location crucial when choosing a hotel for a conference?

Why is the location crucial when choosing a hotel for a conference?

What elements influence the high attendance of guests during an event: an attractive program, interesting speakers or perhaps the star of the evening?

The above conditions are very important, but it is good to remember about the comfort of the organizer’s work as well as conference guests. Above all, the location of the hotel is of key importance, convenient access by all types of transport and a spacious car park.

Focusing on Warsaw hotels, you should pay attention to Arche Hotel Krakowska ****. This modern hotel, with the possibility of accommodation up to 700 people in 344 rooms, is located in the capital’s business district, at Krakowska Street, 4 km from the Chopin Airport. The hotel has underground parking for 170 seats. The largest conference room with an area of 1000 sq m, with the possibility of dividing into 6 smaller ones, allows you to organize the most logistically advanced events.

The convenient location is also the neighboring Arche Hotel Geologiczna ***, offering 70 rooms and a conference room with an area of 150 sq m with access to daylight. The underground parking lot in the building and a direct public transport stop are an important argument for organizing business meetings. It is also a convenient point of rest during business trips.

If we want to avoid the distraction of guests after the conference and have a guarantee of full attendance at the evening gala, the key is to choose a hotel located outside the central districts of Warsaw. Noteworthy is the Puławska Residence ****, located 5 km from the Chopin Airport in a quiet part of Ursynów. The building has 197 rooms, underground parking for 98 cars and a conference room with an area of 270 sq m.

A green point in the same part of Warsaw is Arche Hotel Poloneza *** with 150 rooms and two conference rooms. The hotel is located on two routes: S2 and S79, and at the same time it is a place away from the city noise.


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Last Updated on March 18, 2021 by Karolina Ampulska