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The Best Hotels in Warsaw, Poland

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to stay in Warsaw, both international luxury and boutique choices.

Our team to Warsaw are four ladies who have tested a lot of hotels, restaurants and night-clubs world-wide.

Warsaw – the capital of Poland – an amazing city full of contrasts and surprises. The city is spread across a broad area with diverse architecture: communist concrete, restored Gothic, modern glass and steel – a fascinating collection of neighbourhoods and landmarks.

Warsaw’s restaurant and entertainment scene is steadly improving. You can dine well and affordably here on cuisines from around the world and take your choice of lively bars and clubs. This city knows how to have fun.

Palaces, churches and architectural clusters are interwoven with the wide-open space of squares, parks and city gardens – and the tallest four-faced clock tower in the world.

People in Warsaw love to shop, so it is no wonder that Warsaw has some of Europe’s largest shopping malls. The best places to shop are the shopping malls that have been built in last 10 years, they usually contain a hypermarket, so you are able to do all the shopping in one location. Most often the malls are equipped with cinemas and even fitness centres. Arkadia – situated at Rondo Radoslawa – is the biggest shopping centre in Eastern Europe and by far the largest mall in Warsaw. You should definitely find what you are looking for in the 200 shops found here.

Currency is Polsk złoty (PLN).

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Hotels:

Hotel picture Raffles Europejski boasts a prestigious location along the Royal Route, a few minutes’ walk from the 19-century Polish National Opera, and views onto the Presidential Palace. The hotel combines classic exterior of a grand hotel, contemporary design and the artistry of Poland.

The elegant and air-condisioned rooms and suites feature a high-definition LED TV with satellite channels, high-quality audio system and a corner library (most) with a wide selection of books in several languages – the décor includes oak floors and contemporary art pieces – and you can enjoy a bath and Warsaw skyline view from the private bathroom.

Raffles Europejski offers complimentary 24-hour butler services to all, and suites include free limousine service.

The Raffles Spa has several saunas, steam rooms and a gym – and some spa rooms where guests can benefit at surcharge from a variety of facial and body treatments.

A-la-carte breakfast and dinner is served at Europejski Grill which features a terrace overlooking the popular Piłsudski Square – and the Long Bar offers world class cocktails.

A top European hotel, top concierges and butlers service, warm and helpful staff.

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Hotel picture InterContinental is one of the tallest buildings in the city, has unique, modern architecture and is one of the most important landmarks in Warsaw – the location allows quick access to tourist attractions, like Warsaw Old Town, the National Museum, the Warsaw Uprising Museum, and the Złote Tarasy shopping mall.

InterContinental features modern luxurious, air-conditioned rooms, fitted with tea & coffee making facilities and minibar, satellite TV and a safety deposit box. Some offer views of the Palace of Culture and Science.

The hotel has 2 restaurants: Downtown Restaurant and the Platter, both specialising in modern Polish and international dishes.

The Riverview Wellness Centre has an enviable setting on the top two floors of the hotel – a swimming pool “in the clouds” – you can swim laps in the pool with fabulous city views – state of the art gym machines – a modern sauna, steam bath, fitness facilities and a workout area.

A modern hotel with excellent service.

ul. Emilii Plater 49
Hotel picture The H15 Boutique Hotel & Residence is one of the most luxury five-star hotels in Warsaw – the hotel is a part of an impressive, historic building in the centre of Warsaw where in the pre-war times the Soviet embassy was located – a 1900-century building where the past meets the present.

H15 offers accommodation in stylish air-conditioned apartments, with modern interiors and a seating area, free Wi-Fi, coffee maker, safety deposit box, LED TV with satellite channels and kitchenette with a Nespresso coffee maker and free Fair-Trade coffee – some apartments feature a balcony. The bathroom is finished with stone elements and offers free toiletries.

The concept of the Signature restaurant is seen through the décor, ornaments of the hammer and sickle from the time when the Soviet embassy was located here, renovated Oswald chairs from the 50’s and original photos of Marilyn Monroe. The kitchen offers an international and modern menu, and a warm atmosphere with superb service.

Salon SPA offers massage, facial and body treatments, manicure, foot care and make-up.

A top hotel with top and warm professional service.

ul. Poznanska 15
Hotel picture Polonia Palace has an outstanding location on Jerozolimskie Av. in the heart of Warsaw – within walking distance to the main financial centres and shopping district. The Palace of Culture and Science and the city centre metro station is just opposite the hotel.

The soundproofed and stylish decorated rooms and suites on Polonia Palace combine comfort and elegance – the spacious and elegant air-conditioned rooms and suites features safety deposit box, satellite TV, minibar and free WiFi. Luxurious floor-heated bathrooms feature hairdryer, bathtub and free toiletries.

The Polonia Restaurant serves European and Polish cuisine – the Lobby Bar offers cocktail accompanied by some smooth jazz music, in a tranquil and cozy atmosphere.

The Body & Mind fitness centre and sauna is an oasis of calm – an urban retreat for mind, body and spirit – massage services are available.

A very good modern 4-star hotel – comfortable, clean, spacious, excellent breakfast and very attentive staff.

Al. Jerozolimskie 45

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