Warsaw is the capital city of Poland and despite being devastated during World War II, its beautiful Old Town has been rebuilt and it has a huge wealth of culture and history to offer. Like Krakow, it has a fascinating architectural mix, beautiful parks, and an exciting cultural offering including world-class museums and theatres. Warsaw’s Centralna station connects the capital to the rest of Poland and beyond.
A short stroll from Warsaw’s main station, this stately hotel is the ideal base from which to explore this historic city. All of the hotel’s comfortable rooms offer free Wi-Fi as well as in-room safes for your valuables, and an on-site restaurant serving delicious Polish and European dishes.
This luxury hotel occupies an ideal location near the main station and the Palace of Culture. As the tallest building in Warsaw, the hotel boasts fine views from its well-equipped guest rooms. There are three restaurants and several bars to choose from as well as a fantastic wellness centre on the top floor with an indoor swimming pool, sauna, massage and gym.
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