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The 10 Best Hotels To Book In Warsaw, Poland
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The 10 Best Hotels To Book In Warsaw, Poland

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Updated: 9 February 2017
No matter what your plans for Warsaw are, one thing stays the same: you need a place to stay. In this article, Culture Trip features the 10 best hotels in Poland’s capital. Whether you are looking for a luxurious suite or a budget room, we compile a list of hotels to meet every traveler’s needs.
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Bristol

The five-star Hotel Bristol is undoubtedly the best place to stay in Warsaw. It is located in the most strategic place possible, next to the Presidential Palace and very close to Warsaw’s Old Town, the Castle Square, and the National Theatre opera house. The aesthetic quality of the hotel’s neo-Renaissance facade is complemented by the elegant interiors decorated in the Art Deco style. It is here that the celebrities and people of culture would stay when visiting Poland; the hotel has hosted Pablo Picasso, Marlene Dietrich, Arthur Rubinstein, Woody Allen, and many other famous persons.. Bristol offers three rooms of different standard and five suites of different standard; some of the amenities are: a swimming pool, a gym, spa, a tennis court, a restaurant, and a lounge.

Bristol Hotel, Ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 551 10 00

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InterContinental

This luxurious, five-star InterContinental Hotel is situated in the city center, near the railway station and the iconic Palace of Culture and Science. Staying at the InterContinental guarantees a wonderful view of Warsaw‘s panorama. The hotel owns the Platter Restaurant that has been distinguished by Michelin. The modern interiors of InterContinental house over 400 elegant rooms of the highest standard: you can choose between a standard room, a deluxe room, two types of suites or the presidential apartment.

InterContinental, Ul. Emilii Plater 49, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 328 88 88

InterContinental and other skyscrapers in Warsaw's center | © Mighty Travels/Flickr
InterContinental and other skyscrapers in Warsaw’s center | © Mighty Travels/Flickr
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Marriott

Warsaw’s Marriott Hotel is a refined and luxurious five-star hotel in the city center. Known for its beautiful Panorama Bar & Lounge with a great view of the city skyline, Marriott offers class and peace. Its standard ‘Guest Room’ and other types of suites feature extremely comfortable pillow-top mattresses and beddings. Apart from the lounge, spa, and fitness, you should visit the famous restaurant ‘Parmizzano’ that offers amazing Italian meals and wine.

Marriott, Aleje Jerozolimskie 65/79, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 630 63 06

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H15 Boutique

A hotel recommended by Michelin, H15 Boutique is a new, five-star, rather small hotel that is situated in a beautiful 19th century building decorated in the Art Deco style. The building itself has an extremely interesting history: it used to serve as the Soviet Union Embassy and then, during World War II, as the quarters of Wehrmach. The 46 rooms of the hotel are decorated in the modern style and organized in eight types of suites. The hotel has its own restaurant, Signature, that specializes in modern, international cuisine.

H15 Boutique, Ul. Poznańska 15, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 553 87 00

Warsaw's Old Town Square | © Adrian Grycuk/WikiCommons
Warsaw’s Old Town Square | © Adrian Grycuk/WikiCommons
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Mamaison Hotel La Regina

The five-star Mamaison Hotel La Regina is located in the historical Mokrowski Palace on the edge of Warsaw’s beautiful Old Town. Decorated in sepia colors, it has a romantic and classy feel to it. The 58 rooms are decorated with modern ‘antique’ frescos created by the Polish artist Anna Pabisiak. The Italian furniture and the view on the oldest part of the city only add to the romantic experience of staying in Mamaison Hotel La Regina. The hotel offers three types of rooms and three types of suites, and a wonderful restaurant La Rotisserie that presents a fusion of Italian and French cuisines prepared by the award-winning chef Andrzej Strzelczyk.

Mamaison Hotel La Regina, Ul. Kościelna 12, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 531 60 00

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Polonia Palace

Polonia Palace is a wonderful place to stay at if you crave luxury but are on a slightly tighter budget. This four-star hotel offers rooms starting from 50 pounds per day and is located on the famous Jerozolimskie Avenue, near the Palace of Culture and Science, the Railway station, and the National Museum. Polonia Palace prides itself in being one of the oldest hotels in Warsaw, having functioned since 1913. The hotel’s interiors charm with their elegant Art Deco design in sepia colors. Moreover, the guests particularly appreciate the extremely tasty and diverse breakfast and, in general, the food at the Strauss Restaurant that serves Polish as well as international meals.

Polonia Palace, Aleje Jerozolimskie 45, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 318 28 00

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Novotel

Novotel is another iconic four-star hotel in Warsaw’s center. It too is located in the city center, near the railway station and other significant commercial and cultural buildings. The hotel, designed in a modern, simple and colorful way, features a sauna, a fitness center, and a video games area for entertainment. Its bar, Novosquare, has an unusual policy of accepting pets inside. If you want a simple and comfortable place with an excellent location, this is the place to go to.

Novotel, Ul. Marszalkowska 94/98, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 596 00 00

Breakfast room at Novotel | © Torsten Maue/Flickr
Breakfast room at Novotel | © Torsten Maue/Flickr
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Villa Park Wesoła

This option is for those who want to stay outside of the city, surrounded by nature. Villa Park Wesoła is a charming and elegant hotel located in Sulejowek near Warsaw, around an hour away from the center of the capital. Do not let the modern building deceive you – inside, this hotel is a wonderful example of vintage and ancient-stylized design, featuring stone flooring and Roman columns and frescoes. The hotel restaurant offers an Italian menu.

Villa Park Wesoła, ul. 1 Praskiego Pułku 89, Warsaw, Poland

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Ibis (Old Town)

Ibis is a three-star option for travelers on a rather tight budget. It is nevertheless located in wonderful surroundings, at the gateway to Warsaw’s Old Town. The rooms are large and comfortable, with big desks, fully equipped bathrooms, and cable TV with international channels selection. The hotel has a restaurant and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, and is known for a comfortable stay, fast checking, and good sightseeing advice.

Ibis, ul. Muranowska 2, Warsaw, Poland, +48 22 310 10 00

Warsaw's Old Town, Nowomiejska street | © Paweł Banaszkiewicz/Flickr
Warsaw’s Old Town, Nowomiejska street | © Paweł Banaszkiewicz/Flickr
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Witt

Witt is a budget hostel with the best possible reputation. It is located in the very city center, near the railway station, in a pretty 19th century tenement house. This building is famous for having been featured in the internationally acclaimed film ‘The Pianist’ directed by Roman Polański. The hostel offers entertainment options such as board games or DVDs, bike rental, sightseeing information, and optional breakfasts. The price per person per night ranges from 7 to 18 pounds.

Witt, Ul. Emilii Plater 9/11, Warsaw, Poland, +48 603 632 588