Mamaison Hotel Le Regina again voted best boutique hotel in Poland

Warsaw / Czech Republic / April 3, 2017

The five-star Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw, which is part of the portfolio of the biggest Czech hotel group, CPI Hotels, won the “Best Boutique Hotel in Poland 2016” award. It thus defended its victory last year in the same category. The award, which is the result of a vote by readers of the Polish edition of the renowned Business Traveller Magazine, was accepted by Agnieszka Tucharz, Director of the Mamaison Hotel Le Regina. Apart from hotels, the competition also endows awards upon other representatives of tourism in almost thirty categories, including airline companies, traveller loyalty programmes and the best airport. Škoda Octavia, as one of the Czech representatives, also won the “Best company car of the year” category.

The Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is a member of the Mamaison Hotels & Residences brand, which associates 9 hotels and residences in Prague, Bratislava, Warsaw, Budapest and Moscow. The hotels were integrated into the Czech hotel group CPI Hotels in July 2014. The hotel offers accommodation in 58 rooms and 3 suites. It is located in Warsaw city centre in the historic Mokrowski Palace. Thanks to the range of quality services, the historic building with its elegant modernly equipped rooms and prestigious location, the hotel ranks among the most sought-after in Poland. A component of the hotel is the award-winning La Rotisserie Restaurant, which was chosen as one of the 10 best restaurants in Central and Eastern Europe by the Dining Guide Food Show and in 2014 was named the Best Hotel Restaurant in Poland 2014 by the Insider Magazine. The restaurant has also been praised by the renowned French guide Gault Millau, and its head chef, Paweł Oszczyk, was named Chef of the Year in 2016. The Business Traveller Magazine has a rich tradition, was founded in London in 1976 and has been published in Poland since 2009. The fourth year of the competition showed the preferences of the business travellers on the Polish and European market.

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