Coffee chain Starbucks has opened its 70th café in Poland, this time on ul. Piotrkowska in Łódź within the Hi Piotrkowska complex. This is Starbucks’ second coffeehouse to open in the city, where the chain has already won itself a loyal clientele. On the opening day, the first customers to order any drink received an exceptional gift – a reusable mug with the Starbucks logo.
The Starbucks café in Łódź has been opened at ul. Piotrkowska opposite the tram station popularly known as the unicorn station. The coffeehouse is on the ground floor of one of the three buildings that make up Hi Piotrkowska, a complex managed by Master Management Group. Here coffee-lovers in Łódź will find the perfect place to relax with a large cup of their favourite drink.
“We are glad that the Starbucks café has won the hearts of the people of the city and we can invite them to an additional location,” says Katarzyna Pijanowska, Marketing Manager at Starbucks Polska.
“For our latest opening, we have prepared an ecological surprise for them. For years we have been encouraging customers to come to our cafés with their own mugs by offering discounts on all types of drinks and we are seeing more and more people doing so every day. In our attempts to encourage the people of Łódź to join in too, for the opening of the unicorn stable café, we have prepared over 3,000 reusable mugs, which our first guests will receive when they buy a drink.”
The recently opened 158 sqm café has seating for 27 people and during the summer will have an additional 32 places on the patio. The new café has a modern interior where guests can spend their time in comfort with a feeling of security. The decoration combines the colours of the brand with finishing elements and a mermaid motif.
“In creating the retail and service selection for Hi Piotrkowska, we were guided by, among other things the everyday needs of office workers so we decided to start working with the Starbucks brand. We believe that a café will attract many lovers of high-quality coffee and will become a meeting place in the centre of the city,” comments Anna Polak, Head of Leasing at Master Management Group.
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