A congress venue at the seaside – Hotel Sheraton Sopot!
I visited a 5-star Sheraton Sopot Hotel last week. As it is a 5-star hotel of a world renowned hotel chain, one may assume what to expect. Comfortable hotel rooms, wide offer of hotel services, different types of restaurants, SPA and recreational centre – this is what we expect to find there. What is special about this venue is its location just at the Baltic sea seaside with a private beach in the summer season.

A conference centre is as comfortable as could be both for the congress organizers as for the organization of simple conferences and trainings. It offers a plenary room for up to 650 people theatre style, as well as rooms for parallel session, small executive meeting and a spacious foyer for trade exhibition, lunches and coffee breaks. An original Marco Polo conference room with a original entresol connected to the adjoining Baltic Ballroom gives a perfect location for an elegant gala dinner or less official evening event. However you may as well think of arranging the official evening gala in any of the venues in Sopot and other 2 cities of the Tri-City (Gdansk or Gdynia).

Comfortable rooms are equipped with all the facilities as for a 5-star hotels and Sheraton standards. As the hotel offers an accommodation for only 378 people whilst it’s biggest conference room (Columbus) is for up to 650 people, congress participants may be accommodated also in the neighbouring hotels of different standards, many of the walking distance, including another 5-star Sofitel Grand Hotel located just next to the Sheraton Hotel.

A localization of the hotel in terms of reaching it by the guests is also worth mentioning. Hotel is located only 7-minute walk away from the Sopot train station, which offers a direct connection to all major cities in Poland. Reaching Sopot by car is also very comfortable with a A1 motorway connecting south and north of Poland and joining with a A2 motorway from west to east. Gdansk Airport offers a direct flight connection to many airports in Europe. You may also reach Sopot with a ferry from the Northern Europe countries lying on the Baltic sea coast.

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See the benefits of organizing your next congress in Warsaw!
Why to organize your congress or conference in Warsaw? Check the benefits Warsaw offers to conference and congress organizers.
  1. Warsaw, a capital of Poland, is a city centrally located in Europe – easy to reach by plane, train or by car.
  2. The city offers direct flight connections with all over the world.
  3. Main international airport is located only 30-minute drive from the city centre.
  4. The biggest congress venue – Palace of Culture and Science – is located in the heart of the city, giving attractive localization for participants wanting to see the city – all attractions, hotels of all kinds and standards located within walking distance, being in the historical building and a landmark of Warsaw easy to find locate, lying just few steps away from the Warsaw main train station, being easy to reach from both Warsaw Chopin Airport and Modlin Airport (low-cost airlines airport).
  5. Warsaw offers a wide variety of hotel accommodation of all standards, prices, kinds and hotel chains.
  6. Being the capital of Poland, Warsaw is a vibrant and modern city with reach culture and history, being a best place to start visits to other interesting sites in Poland.
  7. Reasonable prices for congress venue rental, catering services, hotels and restaurants are profitable for congress budget making registration fees affordable for bigger number of participants.
  8. Warsaw offers every kind of service you may need for a successful organization of the conferences, congresses and other events of all kinds

All of this will surely make your congress in Warsaw one of the best of all!!! Choosing Warsaw you can expect the largest number of participants ever what will definitely positively influence general impression, organizers’ satisfaction, congress budget and your prestige as the organizer. Contact us to learn more about Warsaw and its congress venues.

The Palace of Culture and Science – your congress in the highest building in Poland!
Imagine your conference event organized in the heart of the capital, in a place where history combines with modernity. In a building whose monumental halls have witnessed many historical events and hosted an array of important political figures.

To start with, a little history …

One autumn day in the year 1951, a group of Polish and Russian architects gathered on the right bank of the Vistula, rebuilt with sweat and tears after the wartime destruction of Warsaw. That day they had one goal – to set the height for what would come to be the highest “skyscraper” in Poland. They watched as a small plane carrying a balloon over the city centre remained in radio contact with them. When the balloon reached a height of 120 meters, the Russians thought that it would be a sufficient projected height. Then the Poles, with the chief architect of Warsaw, Józef Sigalin, began to shout out “Higher!” – and they so shouted after every 10 meters increasing the height of the balloon, and ultimately the height of the building.

Eventually, the main tower was fixed at 120 m, the turret – 160 m, and the spire crowning it at 230 m. Thus in the years 1952-1955 the Palace of Culture and Science was built, becoming the tallest building in Poland and one of the highest buildings between Moscow and New York. The palace, which was a “gift of the Soviet nation to the Polish nation”, was the personification of the so-called “socialist state” encapsulating the ideals of socialist realism, architectural examples of which can also be found in other places in Warsaw, such as Constitution Square with the MDM at its forefront.

The palace was modelled on the skyscrapers built in Moscow’s post-war period; and these, in turn, drew architectural inspiration from the American skyscrapers of the first half of the twentieth century and the Art Deco era. Although similar buildings were created at that time in several other cities of Central and Eastern Europe, the Palace of Culture and Science is considered the best and most impressive of them, and its size is second only to the Lomonosov Moscow State University Main Building 

In the minds of its creators, the palace was intended to house cultural and scientific institutions; it would also host the important cultural events not only of the capital, but also of the whole country. The representative Congress Hall hosted concerts and performances, as well as the gatherings of the ruling party. In the palace you could find a cinema, a theatre, museums, whereas a part of the Palace, The Palace of Youth, was dedicated to the sporting and cultural activities of young people.

Over the years, the Palace has witnessed many historical and political events. In April 1967, the Rolling Stones played a concert here, which turned out to be their only concert to be performed beyond the Iron Curtain. The rows of the seats in front of the stage were occupied by representatives of the communist authorities and establishment figures – the real fans of the band could only go wild from several rows back.

Today, over 60 years since its construction, the Palace of Culture and Science is one of the most recognizable symbols of Warsaw. And despite the fact that today it is surrounded by other magnificent buildings and skyscrapers, the palace has continued to holds its own, and remains Poland’s tallest skyscraper.

And, as in years gone by, the palace remains a venue for many cultural events: it houses museums, a cinema and a theatre, and is the seat of Warsaw City Council. The palace also remains one of the most impressive and breath-taking venues for the holding of congresses.

Picture your conference event being organized in the heart of the capital, in a place where history combines with modernity; in a building, whose monumental halls have witnessed many historical events over the years and hosted important political, cultural, scientific and business figures.

Picture your congress venue, located in the very communication heart of the capital, a stone’s throw from the city rail links and the central train station, and within easy reach of the airport. A place where all of Warsaw’s landmark sights are within easy reach and in the immediate vicinity of choice hotel and accommodation options.

Imagine finally hosting a conference event in a building which is on a par with the skyscrapers you would only find in the US or Russia – you can take an elevator up to the observation deck, which affords a captivating panoramic view of the vibrant city of Warsaw. From here you can admire Warsaw’s monuments, look out over other side of the Vistula, and further afield to the most distant districts of the city …

You can organize your congress in Palace of Culture and Science with Nobell. The choice is easy:
  • we have many years of experience in organizing conference events and congresses all over Poland;
  • we offer 3d spatial plans for the organising of congresses in the palace. That is why we are able to provide a full and professional visualization of the conference event;
  • long before the event you will be able to suggest alterations to the plan on an ongoing basis and then admire the results;
  • we will provide a full conference event service at every stage of the congress’s preparation and duration – from logistics and technical issues, through to facilitating the booking of accommodation in Warsaw’s best hotels. We shall see to the smooth running of your congress, creating its aesthetic and artistic setting, and making sure that the catering wows one and all.

We at Nobell look forward to organising your congress. You can look forward to a wonderful event which will prove to be an unforgettable experience for both participants and organisers.

We look forward to working with you.
Why Warsaw is an ideal place for your international congress

The capital of Poland, Warsaw has seen an uninterrupted period of dynamic development over the past several decades. The city is an important business, academic and cultural centre. For this reason, Warsaw is often chosen as the location for various types of international conferences and congresses.

The capital of Poland enjoys excellent links with other European cities. Warsaw’s Okęcie Airport is served by high-end and low-cost airlines. Of course, the capital’s advantages do not end there. The city has a highly-developed public transport network and a thriving metro and rail system. This means that you can reach any place in Warsaw relatively quickly and easily. No car needed!

Warsaw is the perfect place to organize an international conference because of the dazzling array of accommodation options, which have something for all budgets, whether they’re exclusive, high standard, or cosy. Warsaw is also fast becoming a culinary hotspot as can be seen in the wide choice of eateries, many of which are becoming must-visit places. English is widely spoken here, and all menus have English options. There is no danger of feeling lost in this tourist friendly city.

Warsaw offers a delightful choice of cultural options and historic landmarks. Pay a visit to the Royal Castle, Wilanów Palace, or Royal Łazienki Park. Conference participants will be spoilt for choice in their free time. In addition, participants may plumb for any of the many concerts taking place every evening in the city, including theatre performances.

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