Have a cup of coffee in West Station

The newest premises of COSTA COFFEE Poland is opened in the modern West Station office
COSTA COFFEE Poland opened its new café in the capital. The newest premises is located in West Station. At present, COSTA COFFEE manages the chain of 133 cafés across Poland (including 68 coffee houses in Warsaw).

The newly opened café in West Station is situated in the Warsaw’s Ochota district in close proximity to the Warszawa Zachodnia railway station. It is a place perfectly communicated with the other parts of the city; numerous arterial roads are crossed (underground and intercity trains as well as bus transport). The new café is to occupy ca. 90 sq. m on the ground floor of West Station, which is placed close to the entrance to the new Dworzec Zachodni railway station. The premises offers ca. 30 seats inside and additional space in front of the café. It was designed in accordance to the Atlas Marine style.


The café in the Dworzec Zachodni railway station perfectly fits the offer of COSTA COFFEE in Warsaw, which is intended for both travellers and those for whom the coffee is the must-have during their way to work, school, or university. We are convinced that our presence in West Station and the offer of COSTA COFFEE, including special winter novelties, will be made even more available to our guests. We are also glad that we exceeded the level of 20 new cafés in 2016 by opening our next point in the Dworzec Zachodni railway station before November. The premises in West Station is our 21st COSTA COFFEE café in Poland, which we had pleasure to open for our guests this year – says Michał Nowak, Property & Expansion Director.


At present, COSTA COFFEE manages the chain of 133 cafés situated across Poland, including 68 premises in Warsaw. COSTA COFFEE Poland significantly enhanced its position in e.g. Warsaw, Poznań, Wrocław, Gdańsk and Krakow from the beginning of the year. Additionally, the cafés under the brand COSTA COFFEE debuted in the Podlaskie Voivodship in Białystok.


Tags: West Station
Be the first to comment