It has recently been announced by Rzeczpospolita, that the 13 teams staying in Poland during Euro 2012 pay a total of €227,000 a day for accommodation in or near the host cities. Portugal, which has chosen to reside in the Remes resort located in Opalenica, near Poznań, pays the highest rate at €33,000 per day, whilst defending champions Spain, whose players are worth a combined €600 million, are staying at the Hotel Mistral Sport in Gniewno for just €4,700 per day, the lowest amount paid by any of the 13 teams.
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The Russian national football team will be staying at the Hotel Bristol in the centre of Warsaw.
The 4-star Hotel Warszawianka, where the Greek national team will be staying, is situated in Jachranka, east-central Poland.
The German national team, the first team to book their place in Euro 2012, chose the Dwor Oliwski Hotel in Gdansk.
England’s footballers will be staying in the Stary Hotel, a 14th century stone building in the centre of Krakow.
The Dutch will be staying in the 5-star Sheraton Hotel in the centre of Krakow.
The Croatian national football team will be staying at the Hotel Sielanka, situated just outside Warka.
Ireland will be staying at the Sheraton Hotel in Sopot.
Italy will be staying at the Turowka Hotel & Spa in Wieliczka, not far from Krakow.
The Spanish national team will be staying at the Hotel Mistral Sport in Gniewino.