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The 9 Best Warsaw Hotels of 2019

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The summary

Overall Best: See Boutique H15 Rates on TripAdvisor “There is a spa for beauty and massage treatments, as well as a variety of thoughtful hotel services.”

Best Budget: See MDM Hotel Rates on TripAdvisor “Make the most of convenient amenities like a work desk and flat-screen TV, and save money by connecting with free Wi-Fi.”

Best Boutique: Check Hotel Bellotto Rates on TripAdvisor “There is a spa with sauna and gym, while Miodowa sweets are ideal for those with a sweet tooth.”

Best for Families – Check Rates for Mamaison Residence Diana Warsaw on TripAdvisor “Babysitting services are available upon request, while laundry facilities are helpful for those with young children.”

Best for Romance: See Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw Rates on TripAdvisor “Splurge on a luxurious room with bathtub, original frescoes and terrace or direct access to the private garden.”

Best Luxury: See Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection, Warsaw Rates on TripAdvisor “Includes limousine transfers, breakfast and 60-minute massage.”

Best for Nightlife: Check Rates for the Warsaw Marriott hotel on TripAdvisor “Rooms and suites are made for relaxing after the next day, with designer bedding, a minibar and a flat-screen TV.”

Best deal: see rates for the Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Center on TripAdvisor “With a business center and free Wi-Fi in public areas of the hotel, working between meetings is easy.”

Best B&B: See Chopin Boutique B&B rates on TripAdvisor “For a small fee that includes wine and snacks, enjoy evening piano concerts in the centuries-old Chopin Hall.”

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Best Overall: H15 Boutique

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Hotels with charm

4.4

Located in the heart of the modern city center, on a street known for its many restaurants, the H15 Boutique is a 15-minute walk from the Palace of Culture and Science. The 19th-century building is a historical landmark, with Socialist Realism design elements on the façade dating from its previous occupation by the Soviet Union. Inside, bold 1950s decor meets attentive service to create a wonderfully welcoming atmosphere. There are 46 rooms, ranging from cozy Standard Rooms to the two-bedroom Penthouse Suite.

No matter which one you choose, feel right at home amid unique artwork and warm hardwood floors. Amenities include a kitchenette, a 55-inch LCD TV, free Wi-Fi, and a private bathroom with underfloor heating. The Signature restaurant serves modern international cuisine, while the gym allows you to keep fit despite delicious meals. There is a spa for beauty treatments and massages, as well as a variety of hotel amenities, including airport pickup, a tour car, and a 24-hour front desk.

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Best budget: MDM Hotel

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The MDM Hotel is conveniently located near the Museum of Polish History, within walking distance of the Central Station. With single, double and twin floor plans, it is the ideal choice for all types of visitors on a budget, whether traveling alone, as a couple or as a family. All rooms are clean and comfortable (if a little small). Make the most of convenient amenities like a desk and flat-screen TV and save money by connecting with free Wi-Fi.

If your budget allows, consider upgrading to a deluxe room or suite for additional space and a private living room. Upstairs Bar & Bistro serves affordable Polish and international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. In the evening, catch up on the latest sports while taking advantage of the special daily drink. This is a particularly good option for thrifty business travelers, thanks to a 24-hour business center and three flexible meeting rooms. Public parking is available outside.

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Best Boutique: Hotel Bellotto

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A four-minute walk from Castle Square, in the picturesque old town of Warsaw, is the Hotel Bellotto. Built inside a 16th century palace, the hotel once served as accommodation for Polish primates or bishops. Today, its grand colonnaded entryway and exquisite interior décor set the stage for a truly special stay. Choose from 20 rooms and suites, each designed to reflect the building’s history while offering the latest modern amenities.

Even the most basic rooms have a luxury bed, TV, and minibar. Charming spacious apartments, with separate lounges and beautiful views of the old town. In the morning, enjoy the breakfast buffet or have your meal delivered directly to your room. There is a spa with a sauna and gym, while Miodowa sweets cater to a sweet tooth. The Focaccia restaurant specializes in gourmet Italian cuisine and cocktails are served in the lobby bar.

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Best for families: Mamaison Residence Diana Warsaw

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Housed in a restored 19th-century building, the four-star Mamaison Residence Diana Warsaw offers contemporary accommodation close to the shops and restaurants of the historic Nowy Świat road. There are 46 studio apartments and suites, all with free Wi-Fi, cable TV and a DVD player. Even the smallest study has a living room with comfortable sofas, perfect for the family togetherness. Large families will find ample space in the two-bedroom Diana Suite.

All options include a kitchenette, so you can save money with a kitchen. If cooking on vacation isn’t your idea of fun, don’t worry: the hotel’s Mąka i Woda restaurant serves Italian pizzas and pastas that are guaranteed to delight even the pickiest kids. Babysitting services are available upon request, while laundry facilities are useful for those with young children. Other useful amenities include underground parking and an airport shuttle.

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Best for Romance: Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw

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Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is ideally located for romantic walks through Warsaw’s Old Town. Housed within the 18th century Mokrowsky Palace, the hotel is a landmark, with a beautiful arcaded façade. Inside, 58 rooms and suites await you, each with satellite TV, a minibar, and bathrobes and slippers. For a truly special stay, splurge on a Deluxe Room with a bathtub, original frescoes and a terrace or direct access to the private garden.

At La Rotisserie restaurant, delight your loved one with award-winning cuisine in the romantic inner courtyard. If you’re planning an intimate evening, order from the 24-hour room service menu. The Lobby Bar serves cocktails and spirits, while the Roman-style spa pampers itself with a sauna, gym, massage room, and a wonderful indoor pool.

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Best luxury: Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection hotel, Warsaw

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With the Presidential Palace literally next door, it’s hard to imagine a more refined location than the five-star Hotel Bristol boasts. Since 1901, this hotel has captivated celebrities and dignitaries with its Neo-Renaissance architecture and impressive Art Deco interiors. For the most luxurious stay imaginable, book a night in the Paderewski Suite. Measuring nearly 1,200 square feet and adorned with 20th-century antiques, it includes limousine transfers, breakfast, and a 60-minute massage.

Bristol Spa is a sanctuary of relaxation, complete with a heated pool and gym. Enjoy an excellent dinner under crystal chandeliers in the Marconi restaurant or enjoy Viennese pastries in the Café Bristol. Column Bar is a luxurious Art Deco setting and is a legendary destination for live piano music and after dinner drinks.

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Best for nightlife: Warsaw Marriott Hotel

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Located just a few minutes’ walk from the bustling nightlife of the city center, the Warsaw Marriott Hotel is home to the Panorama Sky Bar. Located 40 stories above the city, the views are breathtaking, especially when accompanied by one of eight cocktails. Warsaw’s flagship and the sounds of the capital’s best DJs. For a more relaxed atmosphere, opt for drinks at the Champions Sports Bar & Restaurant. Rooms and suites are made for the morning after relaxation, with designer bedding, minibars and flat-screen TVs. Are you feeling hungry? Enjoy gourmet Italian cuisine at Parmizzano’s restaurant. If you are looking to host a party of your own, the hotel’s Grand Ballroom has space for up to 700 guests.

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Best Business: Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Center

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Business Hotels

4.3 4.3

Hilton Warsaw’s financial district location makes it an excellent choice for business travelers. The hotel has ample conference space, including the Warsaw Ballroom, the largest ballroom in the city center. With a business center and free Wi-Fi in the hotel’s public areas, working between meetings is easy. Choose an Executive Room with a desk, 40-inch TV, and Hilton Serenity bed to access the Executive Lounge. Here, you can enjoy a complimentary breakfast and snacks (and it’s a stylish space to catch up with your colleagues). Other amenities include a selection of restaurants and bars and a spa with a 25-meter indoor pool.

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Best B&B: Chopin Boutique B&B

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Located opposite the National Museum, Chopin Boutique B&B exudes bohemian charm, with traditional décor and rustic wooden furniture. You can choose between rooms and suites, all equipped with a kettle, satellite TV and a private bathroom. Breakfast (think organic Polish produce, as well as homemade cakes and jams) is served at a communal table designed to encourage conversation with other travelers. For a small fee that includes wine and snacks, enjoy evening piano concerts in the centuries-old Chopin Hall.

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