Latvian Mogotel opens first hotel in Poland

The Sofitel Wrocław Old Town, which was closed down permanently due to the pandemic, is to reopen as a Wyndham hotel after a new operator – Latvian company Mogotel – was secured for the hotel.
This is to be Riga-based Mogotel’s first hotel in Poland, with the Latvian operator having been secured for the hotel by Christie & Co. It will be operated under a franchise agreement with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.

“Due to the pandemic, it was particularly important to select an experienced tenant and we are delighted to have secured a reputable international operator for the property in Mogotel Hotel Group. The hotel offers the best conditions for a strong market entry for Mogotel with their franchise brand Wyndham – and we wish the new operator all the best.” said Simon Kronberger, the Austria and CEE director of Christie & Co.

The hotel forms part of Wratislavia Center – a mixed-use building that was completed in 2001 on ul. Świętego Mikołaja close to the city’s historic market square. It has 205 guest rooms over four storeys as well as eleven conference and meeting rooms that can accommodate 250 to 400 people – the largest hotel-owned event space in Wrocław. The building also has three restaurants and an illuminated spa with views over the city.

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