While some hotels in Poland are doubling their prices because of high demand, some hotels like the Arche Hotel Lublin, are offering free shelter for refugees fleeing the Russian attack in Ukraine. We have a whole army here, a network of hotel connections that works as a crisis team 24 hours a day, communicating fast with each other to check the availability of rooms and sending Ukrainians to one another, said Marta Koman, the director of the Arche Hotel Lublin. Arche Hotels, a Polish hotel chain, has pledged more than $1 million to provide free temporary housing for Ukrainian refugees across its 16 locations in Poland. Their efforts are part of a huge grassroots movement across Poland -- and beyond -- as individuals and businesses scramble to raise funds, collect donations and volunteer their time to aid Ukrainians who have fled Russia's invasion of their country.

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