“Europejski opens a new chapter in its history, thus continuing its previous tradition as a luxurious hotel, additionally complemented by prime office and retail space. A building with such a long and exceptional history – as well as a renowned brand – also needs property management services of the highest quality; therefore, we are proud that this place will be entrusted to us,” says Agnieszka Krzekotowska, Director of the Real Estate Management Services, Colliers International.

 

Europejski is one of the most characteristic buildings on the map of Warsaw. It will reopen its doors to guests from the entire world in the first half of 2018. The five-star Raffles Europejski Warsaw will operate inside the building, becoming the third European hotel of the famous Raffles Hotels & Resorts chain. There will be 106 rooms on offer, including over 40 luxury apartments, situated over three storeys.

 

Seven thousand square metres of A+ class office space is spread over the two top storeys of the 19th‑century building. This section stands out with its modern architecture and carefully designed greenery of its spacious patio. Each office module can be arranged as an individual office or open space. Moreover, nearly three thousand square metres of luxury retail and service space is dedicated to boutiques and restaurants.

 

“In Europejski building the spirit of Poland’s finest pre-war tradition, history, culture, business and art, meet with the present. Managing this inspiring space and providing comfort to tenants requires highest professionalism. We entrusted this task to Colliers team, trusting its impeccable reputation,” says Katarzyna Lemańska, Leasing & Marketing Director, Europejski.

 

Europejski was built in the middle of the 19th century, designed by Henryk Marconi, a prominent Warsaw architect. Its reconstruction and extension were planned by Sud Architectes. Interiors were entrusted to the renowned Warsaw studio WWAA along with the Grand Theatre – National Opera’s stage designer Boris Kudlička and architects of APA Wojciechowski. Restaurant sections were designed by architects of Lazaro Rosa Violan.