A new hotel of the Nobu brand, renowned for the quality of its services, has opened its doors to guests, in the heart of Poland. Created by the brilliant chef Nobu Matsuhise, the actor Robert De Niro and the film producer Meir Teper, the Nobu brand has a few select addresses around the world and is growing.
The beginnings of the Nobu brand date back to the 1980s when Robert De Niro became a regular in the restaurant run by chef Nobu Matsuhisa. The actor convinced him to open new restaurants as well as hotels and present Nobu cuisine’s unique flavours and extraordinary hotel services in over 40 destinations around the world.
The hotels of the Nobu brand do not compose a chain in a traditional sense. Owing to the unusual approach to serving their guests, extraordinary flavours in Nobu restaurants and unique locations, the hotels are real gems on the maps of cities and attract tourists from all over the world. On July 17, a new restaurant of the Nobu brand was opened in Warsaw and guests can enjoy the service of the hotel famous for the Japanese philosophy of life.
For the last few years, Warsaw has been one of the most dynamically developing cities in Europe. “Nobu Hotel Warsaw fits in the urban fabric of this bustling quarter of Warsaw very well and the restaurant as well as Nobu Café are already frequently visited by its inhabitants,” says Anthony Campaniaris, General Director of Nobu in Poland. “We believe that our hotel and restaurant will become a must-go on the culinary and tourist map of Warsaw and will make a stay in the city even more attractive encouraging more tourists to come and visit the capital.”
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