The best hotels – Warsaw

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The best hotels – Warsaw

Warsaw is a city of opportunities – work, studies, business meetings, landmarks and nightlife – enjoyed alone, with the girlfriend, wife or mistress. But where can you sleep during your weekend trips to Warsaw? In the best hotels in the capital, of course! Hotels which have been awarded at least 4 stars! Below, you can find our list of the best hotels in Warsaw for your information.

1) Sofitel Warsaw Victoria – 5 stars

The first item on our list is Sofitel Warsaw Victoria located in 11 Królewska Street. It is worth paying attention to the hotel interiors, designed by one of the best known French architects – Didier Gomez. The location? In the very centre – with the Old Town, the Royal Castle and the National Opera House nearby. Apart from accommodation, Sofitel offers stylish and tasty cuisine – which can be enjoyed at La Victoria Brasserie Moderne restaurant and Victoria Lounge bar. Prices start at around PLN 400 per night.

2) Sheraton Warsaw Hotel – 5 stars

The second entry on the list is the Sheraton Hotel, which has made appearances in Polish cinematic productions. The pleasant atmosphere is created by combining comfort and modernity in the Hotel’s approach to each visitor. The location of the Hotel, by Plac Trzech Krzyży (Three Crosses Square), means that accessing virtually all attractions the capital has to offer is not a problem. Prices start at around PLN 320 per night. Is that a lot?

3) Hotel Bistrol – 5 stars

One of the oldest hotels in Warsaw – established in 1901! The building is recognisable to everyone – the neo-Renaissance façade combined with Art Deco features give the hotel a luxurious character, full of splendour. Room prices start at PLN 400, however, the most luxurious rooms will cost you at least PLN 800 a night!

4) Warsaw Marriott Hotel – 5 stars

523 rooms, including 95 luxurious apartments, two Executive floors and 2600 square metres of conference and exhibition space truly show the splendour of this establishment. A great advantage of the hotel is the Panorama Bar and Lounge, where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Warsaw from the 40th floor.

5) Intercontinental – 5 stars

Located in the heart of the city, with the Palace of Culture and Science just a stone throw’s away. A beautiful swimming pool with the view of Warsaw centre offers a pleasant afternoon to the guests after a sophisticated dinner served by the kitchen of Chef Karol Okrasa. You can choose from 414 rooms, with prices starting at PLN 500.

To sum up, the above list contains only 5 of the most popular hotels in Warsaw, but the capital has much more on offer – and the important thing is that each establishment is certainly worth visiting!