|By Marketwired .||
|July 8, 2014 04:39 PM EDT||
WARSAW, POLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/14 -- Exciting new changes are taking place at one of the premier hotels in Warsaw, Poland where a new general manager and innovative services are creating a buzz within the travel industry.
Donning a warm and welcoming atmosphere filled with the latest in travel technology, the award-winning Warsaw Marriott Hotel recently announced the appointment of Robert Grader as general manager. Bringing over 35 years of international experience in the hospitality industry to this prominent business hotel in Warsaw, Grader, an Austrian national, is now overseeing the hotel's launch of Marriott's new mobile applications.
Designed for the convenience of hotel leisure guests, business and social clients, the new applications help travelers make the most of their time by putting services at their fingertips. Marriott Mobile Check-In provides guests with simple, easy to use check-in and checkout on their smart phones. The popular new mobile app sends guests a push notification on their Apple iPhones or Android devices after 4 p.m. on the day before their arrival alerting them they can check-in, and an automatic notification when their room is ready. Because payment information is stored within Marriott Rewards' member profiles, arrival at this impressive Warsaw lodging is expedited allowing guests to simply walk up to the mobile check-in desk where their pre-programmed key card is ready and waiting.
Business and social clientele utilizing the hotel's nearly 30,000 square feet of event space in downtown Warsaw can now make real-time requests for services with the hotel's introduction of Red Coat Direct. Available for use on all web-enabled devices, Red Coat Direct is customized to the event's meeting room and spaces and sent to event planners three days prior to the event so they can easily make changes as necessary, whether the need is for ordering additional chairs two days in advance or for simply requesting more coffee while seated in a meeting.
Mobile app conveniences and the new leadership of Grader are just a few of the many reasons the Warsaw Marriott is a top choice for Warsaw business meetings and elegant social events. Taking the Warsaw Marriott on this journey of transformation, Grader, who comes to the Warsaw Marriott after serving at the helm of Marriott Hotels in Stuttgart, Copenhagen, Heidelberg and Budapest, is now among Marriott hotel general managers across the world adding innovations to better meet the travel needs of guests.
About the Warsaw Marriott Hotel
The Warsaw Marriott is a prominent hotel welcoming guests to Poland's capital with sophisticated luxury centrally located for easy access to major attractions. Featuring elegant and comfortable interiors, the property is one of the largest hotels in Warsaw, and offers 523 well-appointed guest rooms, including 95 suites, on-site parking and a chic shopping gallery. Whether traveling for business or leisure, the hotel's friendly atmosphere, attentive service and impeccable accommodations are designed to ensure a remarkable Warsaw experience. Recipient of the "Best Hotel Award" for 2013 in the categories of business, conferences and five-star hotels, the lodging most recently was presented with TripAdvisor's "Travelers Choice Award" for 2014.
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Warsaw Marriott Hotel
Al. Jerozolimskie 65/79 Warsaw 00-697 Poland
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