HAMBURG, Germany – 28 new upscale hotels for the UEFA Soccer Championship EURO 2012 are currently under construction in Poland and Ukraine. In Poland an additional 21 first class and luxury hotels with nearly 4,000 guest rooms are being developed. The Ukraine will see 32 new upscale hotels with more than 7,400 rooms added to its hotel market.
The latest hotel opening is the 167-room Four Points by Sheraton in Zaporizhia, Ukraine. The new built business and conference hotel is created by JOI-Design from Hamburg, Germany. For Starwoods’s debut in the Ukraine the designers used the colours blue and yellow as well as sunflowers symbols as recognizable emblematic national signs.
In Poland, eight of the 21 scheduled hotel projects will be open until the offical start of UEFA EURO in June next year. The largest hotel project among the 2012 openings is the Park Inn by Radisson in Wroclaw with 260 rooms. The largest hotel project of all future developments in Poland is the Doubletree by Hilton in Warsaw (365 rooms, scheduled to open in autumn 2013).
In Ukraine 20 of the announced 32 hotel projects will have opened until the UEFA EURO 2012. The largest project among the 2012 openings is the Swissôtel Kiew with 500 rooms. The largest hotel project of all future developments in the Ukraine is the Radisson Blu Bolshaya Yalta with 505 rooms (scheduled to open in March 2013).
The 14th European Soccer Championship UEFA EURO 2012 is held in Poland and the Ukraine from June 8th until July 1st, 2012. More info: http://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro/index.html