Hotels in Warsaw

Hotels in Warsaw offer favorably-priced, outstanding accommodations in a destination nicknamed “Phoenix City”, so-named for the city’s resiliency. As fine a place as any to observe an alluring mix of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, neoclassical and contemporary architecture, Warsaw is literally and figuratively the heart of Poland and located as such. Essentially, the Phoenix City is the first bastion that separates western and eastern Europe. When visiting Warsaw, remember not to refer to it as Eastern Europe, not to consume alcohol in public places, and not to cross the street without minding crossing signals. Cars drive on the right side and the official currency is the zloty. Generally-speaking, Poles are some of the world’s friendliest people, though they are not overly tolerant of things like rudeness or ignorance. Before visiting, it might be a good idea to brush up on some Polish customs, and even learn a bit of the language. Warsaw’s biggest events are Orange Warsaw Festival, Warsaw Film Festival, International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition and Warsaw Autumn, while venues include Progresja and EXPO XXI Warszawa. Hotels in Warsaw indeed are some of the best in central Europe. Before we get to hotels in Warsaw, let’s take a look at some background information on the area to help you along the way.

Warsaw’s status as a capital city can be traced to 1596 as a result of the Polish-Swedish Union. Polish King Sigismund III Vasa moved his court from Krakow to the area due to its central location. In the city’s early years, private and independent districts,  ruled by their own laws, were set up and comprised of noble aristocrats, their land, and the gentry social class below them. Soon thereafter, these city districts were besieged by Swedish, Brandenburgian and Transylvanian forces. During the late-17th century, Warsaw became an early-capitalist city under the reign of Augustus II. In 1795, the city was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia, becoming the capital of South Prussia. Warsaw was liberated by Napoleon in 1806. In 1815, however, it was taken under Russian control, which lasted for 100 years. In 1915, the area was attacked by German forces during World War I. The 1920 Battle of Warsaw resulted in Polish and Ukrainian People’s Republic forces  retaking the city from Russia. The 1920 Battle of Warsaw resulted in a decisive Polish victory.  Poland remained in control of its country until late-1939, when the Siege of Warsaw marked the beginning of World War II. After World War II, Poland once again succumbed to Russian control by way of the Eastern Bloc. Pope John Paul II, during the early 1980s, started a movement toward liberal-democratic reforms, paving the way for Poland’s return to its 17th-century, capitalistic roots.

With a population of around 1.7 million people, Warsaw is the capital and largest city in Poland. Flowing through the city’s east-central region, the Vistula River represents Poland’s largest river. Throughout Poland, the Vistula is lined with historical buildings and castles. Examples are the Basilica Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption, Toruń Castle, Kwidzyn Castle and Gniew Castle.  The Warsaw Stock Exchange, founded in 1817, is the largest exchange in Central and Eastern Europe. Along with Frankfurt, London and Paris, Warsaw is a European Union city with a high number of skyscrapers. Varso, a neomodern office building complex, is Poland’s tallest building. Legia Warsaw, one of Poland’s most successful professional football teams, has won 13 titles, with 7 of those titles coming after the year 2000. Warsaw’s symbol is the mermaid, which can be found on statues throughout the city, as well as on its coat of arms.  During summer, Phoenix City temperatures average in the high 60s degrees Fahrenheit. Major points of interest include Teatr Wielki, the Polish National OperaChamber operaNational Philharmonic HallNational TheatreCongress Hall, National TheatreGrand TheatreNational MuseumMuseum of the Polish ArmyŁazienkiWilanówCarroll Porczyński Collection MuseumWarsaw Uprising MuseumWarsaw FotoplastikonChopin MuseumUjazdów CastleZachęta and National Stadium. Popular foods include Pierogis, Placki Ziemniaczane or potato pancakes, Gołąbki aka cabbage roll, Łazanki a type of pasta, Kotlet Schabowy or breaded pork cutlet, Barszcz aka Polish red borscht, Rosół or chicken soup, Placki Ziemniaczane which are potato pancakes and Pączki or Polish donuts. Keep in mind that 18 is Poland’s legal drinking age. Vodka is the most common alcoholic ingredient you’ll find in bars. Lager beer and wine are also popular, though some might consider Baltic porter to be Poland’s national beer.. Now that we have some background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Warsaw that will help make for an outstanding trip.

 

 

 

NYX Hotel Warsaw by Leonardo Hotels

71 Chmielna, Wola

Hotels in Warsaw

Złote Tarasy Shopping Center

NYX Hotel Warsaw by Leonardo Hotels boasts a restaurant, private parking, a fitness center, a bar, a terrace, a 24-hour front desk, airport transportation, room service, free WiFi, desks, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, safety deposit boxes, minibars, a continental breakfast, car rental service, a business center and an on-site ATM machine. Fitness Klub Zdrofit Centrum (fitness center), Centrum Medyczne (medical center), Quattro Formaggi (restaurant), Sale Konferencyjne (function room facility), Varso Tower (business center), RASOI Indian Restaurant, Restauracja ukraińska U Sióstr (Ukrainian restaurant), Y the Magician (performing arts theater), Studio Chmury Chmielna (photography studio), Go Tennis Academy (tennis instructor), Żabka (grocery store), Seafood Station Restaurant & Oyster Bar (seafood restaurant), Champions (sports bar), Komuna Warszawa (performing arts theater), Multikino (movie theater), Calypso Fitness (gym), Złote Tarasy (shopping mall), Pióroteka (general store), Costa Coffee (coffee shop), Pełną Parą na Siennej (dim sum restaurant), Chicago’s. Restauracja (bar & grill), Relax in Spa (spa), Pańska 85 (Chinese restaurant), Warsaw Pole Dance Center (dance school), Arena Billiard Club (pool billiard club), Restro (restaurant), Karczma (bar), Stacja Muzeum, Miedziana Café, Art in House (art gallery) and more are in the area.

This accommodation is 0.1 miles from Złote Tarasy Shopping Center, 0.2 miles from ORCO Tower and Fragment of Ghetto Wall, 0.3 miles from Norblin Museum, Warta Tower and Palace of Culture & Science, 0.9 miles from Nowy Świat Street, 1 mile from Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 1.1 miles from National Museum in Warsaw and Krakowskie Przedmieście, 1.4 miles from Castle Square, Warsaw Uprising Monument and POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews 2 miles from Warsaw National Stadium and 4.1 miles from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport.

Approximate cost per night (family suite): $265

Cost per person (three people): $88

 

 

 

PURO Warszawa Centrum

Ul. Widok 9, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Palladium Theatre Warsaw

PURO Warszawa Centrum features a restaurant, a fitness center, a sauna, a bar, a garden, a terrace, a 24-hour front desk, a shuttle service, free WiFi, air conditioning, desks, safety deposit boxes, flat-screen TVs and a continental or full English/Irish breakfast. PRISMA Spa, Loreta Bar (lounge), Pracownia Widok (tattoo shop), Cambridge School of English (language school), Shamrock Barber Shop, Guru restauracja (Indian takeaway), Stara Kamienica (Polish restaurant), To To Pho (pho restaurant), Beauty Concept (nail salon), Ramona Bar (cocktail bar), Mumbai Restauracja Indyjska (restaurant), Zapiexy Luxusowe (fast food restaurant), darwina.pl (wine store), British Bulldog Pub (brewpub), Green Caffè Nero (cafe), Widok Towers (business center), Live Media Crew (tourist attraction), Punkt Sprzedaży Cukiernia Żaczek (pastry shop), ZDROFIT (gym), STOR (coffee shop), Mąka i Woda (Neapolitan restaurant), Kura Warzyw (kebob shop), PINTA Warszawa (bar), Pij herbatę (tea house), Yatta.pl (comic book store), jinn & JOY (cafe), Cocktail Bar Max & Dom Whisky (cocktail bar), Thai Me Up (restaurant), PiwPaw Beer Heaven (bar), Mama Pho (pho restaurant), Pijana Wiśnia (bar), Restauracja Kameralna (restaurant), SMOLNA (live music venue), Zapiecek (Polish restaurant), Zamieszanie (cocktail bar), Cuda Na Kiju (bar), Atlantic Cinema (movie theater), ČESKÁ (restaurant), Bułkę przez Bibułkę (breakfast restaurant), Nattakan Thai Massage, Chocolate Cafe E.Wedel (cafe), Palladium (performing arts theater), Barn Burger (barn burger), Scena Relax (cultural landmark), Pianka (restaurant), Jasna 1 (live music venue), Palace of Culture and Science (event venue), Youth Palace in Warsaw (youth center), Bar Studio (bar), Lalka Theater (performing arts theater), Teatr Dramatyczny (performing arts theater), Kinoteka (movie theater), Drugie Dno (pub), Bułkę przez Bibułkę (breakfast restaurant), SushiZushi (sushi restaurant), Veles Bar (cocktail bar), BARdzo bardzo (live music venue), Trattoria Da Antonio (Italian restaurant), Bibenda (restaurant), Lokal Vegan Bistro (vegan restaurant), Fajka bar Żurawia (hookah restaurant), Soul Kitchen (Polish restaurant), Kufle i Kapsle (brewpub), Club Wesele Żurawia (disco club), N31 Restaurant & Bar (fine dining restaurant), Little Georgia (Georgian restaurant), Warsaw Fotoplastikon (museum), Beef and Pepper Steak house, Roma Musical Theater (performing arts theater), Aligatores Fight Club (sports club), Art Sushi Warszawa (sushi restaurant), CUD MIÓD (European restaurant) and more are in the vicinity.

Palladium Theatre Warsaw is 0.2 miles, Nowy Świat Street, National Philharmonic, Graphics and Poster Gallery, Parade Square, St. Alexander’s Church and Norblin Museum are 0.3 miles, Palace of Culture & Science and National Museum in Warsaw are 0.4 miles, Warsaw Central Station is 0.5 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is 0.7 miles, Krakowskie Przedmieście is 0.8 miles, Castle Square and Royal Castle are 1.1 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.4 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night (executive suite): $360

 

 

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Hotel Polonia Palace

Al. Jerozolimskie 45, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Palace of Culture & Science

With spacious soundproofed rooms, air conditioning, mini-bars, heated bathroom flooring, free WiFi, safety deposit boxes, flat-screen TVs, luxurious bathrooms, hairdryers, a restaurant, a bar, 24-hour reception, laundry and ironing services, a fitness center and a sauna, Hotel Polonia Palace can be found close to NYX Hotel Warsaw by Leonardo Hotels.

You may find Norblin Museum, Parade Square, Palladium Theatre and Palace of Culture & Science 0.2 miles, Graphics and Poster Gallery and National Philharmonic 0.3 miles, Nowy Świat Street 0.5 miles, National Museum in Warsaw 0.6 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 0.8 miles, Krakowskie Przedmieście 0.9 miles, Castle Square, Royal Łazienki Park and Royal Castle 1.3 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport 4.2 miles from here.

Approximate cost per night (family room): $197

Cost per person (three people): $65

 

 

 

InterContinental Warszawa, an IHG Hotel

Emilii Plater 49, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Fragment of Ghetto Wall

Offering luxurious rooms, air conditioning, a wellness center, tea & coffee making facilities, mini-bars, flat-screen TVs, safety deposit boxes, an indoor swimming pool, a hot tub, panoramic city views, a spa center, a sauna, a steam bath and 2 restaurants, InterContinental Warszawa is close to NYX Hotel Warsaw by Leonardo Hotels and Hotel Polonia Palace.

Palace of Culture & Science, Fragment of Ghetto Wall, Złote Tarasy Shopping Center, Norblin Museum, Parade Square, Spektrum Tower and Grzybowski Square are 0.2 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Nowy Świat Street are 0.7 miles, Krakowskie Przedmieście and Presidential Palace are 0.9 miles, Castle Square is 1.1 miles, Royal Łazienki Park is 1.7 miles, Warsaw National Stadium is 1.9 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.3 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (king/junior suite): $258

Cost per person (four people): $64

 

 

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Holiday Inn Express – Warsaw – The HUB, an IHG Hotel

Rondo Ignacego Daszyńskiego 2a, Wola

Hotels in Warsaw

Warsaw Uprising Museum

Holiday Inn Express Warsaw provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a restaurant, free WiFi, a bar, a 24-hour front desk, a kids’ club, luggage storage, air conditioning, flat-screen TVs, electric tea pots, hairdryers, desks and a buffet breakfast. NYX Hotel Warsaw by Leonardo Hotels, Hotel Polonia Palace and InterContinental Warszawa.

From here Warsaw Uprising Museum is 0.2 miles, Pekao Tower is 0.3 miles, Warsaw Trade Tower and Warta Tower are 0.4 miles, Fragment of Ghetto Wall and Warsaw’s Hospital for Infectious Diseases are 0.6 miles, Spektrum Tower is 0.7 miles, Warsaw Central Station is 0.8 miles, Palace of Culture & Science is 1 mile, Nowy Świat Street is 1.5 miles, Castle Square is 1.7 miles, Royal Łazienki Park is 2.2 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4 miles.

Approximate cost per night : $84

 

 

 

Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel

UL. Żwirki i Wigury 1H, Wlochy

Hotels in Warsaw

Warsaw Chopin Airport

Featuring a swimming pool, a sauna, a fitness center, free WiFi, private parking for a surcharge, flat-screen TVs, desks, a buffet or à la carte breakfast, a restaurant, a bar, a cinema zone and a 24-hour front desk, Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel is in the vicinity of Fort “Zbarż” (historical place), Izula Sushi (restaurant), Afamia (bakery), Bar Okęcie (bar), Mekan (Halal restaurant), Harbi Kebab (kebab shop), Piekarnia Cukiernia Grzybki (bakery), Lidl (supermarket), JumpWorld (theme park), OCTO Chocolate (chocolate shop), Włoska Robota (restaurant), Tudel (pastry shop), Harbi Kebab Fast Food Grill, Centrum Sportu Raszyn (sports complex), Ragazzi Pizza (pizza restaurant), Postępu 5 (amusement center), Banhmi Nam (Vietnamese restaurant), Green Caffè Nero (cafe), Bombaj Masala (Indian restaurant), Shrimp House (restaurant), Ristorante Semolino (restaurant), KURA Buffalo Wings & Craft Beer (American restaurant), OSiR Mokotów (sports complex), Pizzeria First (pizza restaurant), China Town (Chinese restaurant), Chińskie Pierożki (dim sum restaurant), ZDROFIT (fitness center), PaTaThai – Mokotów (restaurant), Schabowy, Kuchnia Polska (restaurant), Restauracja Pod Podkową (European restaurant), Włoski Strajk (pizza restaurant) and more.

Warsaw Chopin Airport is 0.2 miles, Okecie is 0.4 miles, Marynarska Point and Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre are 1.4 miles, Sluzewiec Horse Racing Track and Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Interior are 2.1 miles, Lazienki Palace is 4 miles, Warsaw Central Station is 4.1 miles and Royal Castle and Warsaw National Stadium are 5.5 miles from this hotel.

Approximate cost per night (king executive suite): $258

 

 

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Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow

Suwak 7B, Mokotów, 02-676

Hotels in Warsaw

Marynarska Point

Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow offers a well-equipped fitness center, a sauna, a bar, a restaurant, air conditioning, desks, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, breakfast, a business center and a 24-hour front desk. Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel is nearby.

From this hotel Marynarska Point is 0.5 miles, Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre is 0.8 miles, Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Interior is 1 mile, Okecie is 1.4 miles, Mokotow Field, Public Central Clinical Hospital and Krolikarnia Palace are 1.7 miles, Palace of Culture & Science is 3.3 miles, Royal Castle and Warsaw Uprising Monument are 4.5 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 1 mile.

Approximate cost per night : $53

 

 

 

Vienna House Mokotow Warsaw

ul. Postępu 4, Mokotów, 02-676

Hotels in Warsaw

Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre

With a fitness center, a terrace, a bar, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, air conditioning, desks, a continental breakfast and a 24-hour reception, Vienna House Mokotow is close to Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel and Four Points by Sheraton Warsaw Mokotow.

This hotel is 0.5 miles from Marynarska Point and Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre, 0.8 miles from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport, 1.2 miles from Okecie, 1.4 miles from Sluzewiec Horse Racing Track, 1.7 miles from Central Clinical Hospital of the Ministry of Interior, 1.8 miles from Krolikarnia Palace, 3.8 miles from Warsaw Central Station and 5 miles from Warsaw National Stadium.

Approximate cost per night : $70

 

 

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Hotel Warszawa

9 Plac Powstancow Warszawy, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

National Philharmonic Warsaw

Providing a fitness center, a spa, a sauna, an indoor pool, a wellness center, free WiFi, desks, flat-screen TVs, a 24-hour front desk, a sun terrace, a bar, continental breakfast and bike hire, Hotel Warszawa is close to Restauracja Warszawska, Paros Restaurant (Greek restaurant), Aioli (restaurant), margines barbershop (barber shop), Dos Tacos – Mexican Grill, Foto Express (passport photo processor), Costa Coffee (coffee shop), Yoga Institute Sławomir Bubicz (yoga studio), Reina Steakhouse & Seafood (restaurant), The Taps (gastropub), Studio Skandal (event venue), SETKA Warszawa (Polish restaurant), Czupito Shot Bar (bar), Kuźnia Smaku (Polish restaurant), BANK CLUB (night club), InFormal Kitchen (restaurant), Ethno Museum, Holy Trinity Church, Warsaw (Lutheran church), Zachęta – National Gallery of Art, Asado Mezze & Grill (restaurant), Manekin (creperie), Kwadrat Theater (performing arts theater), Banjaluka (restaurant), Central Point (observation deck), Lody Prawdziwe (ice cream shop), Spacca Napoli (Neapolitan restaurant), Restauracja Strefa (restaurant), Kieliszki na Próżnej (Polish restaurant), Pizzeria Tutti Santi (restaurant), Sol y Sombra Tapas Bar, All Saints Church, Warsaw (Catholic church), Green Caffè Nero (cafe), TAPAS gastrobar (Spanish restaurant), Ceviche Bar (restaurant), Restauracja “el Greco” (Greek restaurant), Q22 (business center), CityFit (gym), Street Restauracja (restaurant), Casa Ristoranti (southern Italian restaurant), ZDROFIT (gym), Trattoria Ti Amo (Italian restaurant), Pijana Wiśnia (bar), Monument to Janusz Korczak (historical landmark), Świętokrzyski Park (city park) and more.

National Philharmonic and House of the Visual Artist are 0.1 miles, Palladium Theatre is 0.2 miles, Zacheta National Art Gallery, Parade Square, Monument of Nicolaus Copernicus, Holy Cross Church and Nowy Świat Street are 0.3 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Palace of Culture & Science are 0.4 miles, Castle Square and Royal Castle are 0.8 miles, Royal Łazienki Park is 1.6 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.7 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $2,302

Cost per person (four people): $575

 

 

 

Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection Hotel

Krakowskie Przedmiescie 42/44

Hotels in Warsaw Poland

Krakowskie Przedmieście

Founded by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, the famous pianist and politician, Hotel Bristol Warsaw blends history and contemporary luxury with its neo-renaissance façade and romantic interiors, Art Deco design, air conditioning, LED TVs, mini-bars, free mineral water, butler service, a spa, a 24-hour front desk, wedding and banquet facilities, free WiFi, a restaurant and a cafe. Not far from this 5-star hotel you may encounter History Meeting House, kawiarnia Karowa 20 (cafe), Monument of Józef Poniatowski, Presidential Palace, Warsaw, Monument of Adam Mickiewicz, Mickiewiczowi Monument, Zapiecek (Polish restaurant), Chopin Point Warsaw (concert hall), skwer H. C. Hoovera (restaurant), Ojczysta Czysta (lounge), GOŚCINIEC Polskie Pierogi (Polish restaurant), Green Caffe Nero, Wesslow Palace, Kultura (movie theater), Bistro Ferpley (restaurant), Galeria Kordegarda (art gallery), Batida (dessert shop), Auditorium Maximum and more.

Hotel Bristol Warsaw is within feet of Krakowskie Przedmieście and Presidential Palace, 0.1 miles from Pilsudski Square and Carmelite Church, 0.2 miles from Warsaw University and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 0.3 miles from Holy Cross Church, Zacheta National Art Gallery, Grand Theatre – Polish National Opera and National Theatre, 1.3 miles from Warsaw National Stadium and 2 miles from Royal Łazienki Park.

Approximate cost per night (Bristol suite): $292

 

 

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Raffles Europejski Warsaw

13 Krakowskie Przedmieście

Hotels in Warsaw Poland

Pilsudski Square

Raffles Europejski Warsaw opened in 1857 and features 24-hour butler service, air conditioning, HD LED TVs, oak floors, contemporary art pieces, free limousine service, a spa, an indoor pool, a gym, a restaurant, a bar and a patisserie.

Across the street from Hotel Bristol Warsaw, Raffles Europejski Warsaw is 0.2 miles from Guards Tomb Unknown Soldier, 0.4 miles from Castle Square and Royal Castle, 0.6 miles from Nowy Świat Street and Warsaw Uprising Monument, 0.8 miles from Palace of Culture & Science and National Museum in Warsaw, 1 mile from Warsaw Central Station and 5.1 miles from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport.

Approximate cost per night (signature suite): $951

 

 

 

Mondrian Market Square Luxury Apartments

Rynek Starego Miasta 13

Hotels in Warsaw Poland

Old Town Market Place Warsaw

With Old Town Market Square Warsaw views, free WiFi, luxury paintings, paintings, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, home theater systems, full kitchens, Nespresso machines and hairdryers, Mondrian Market Square Luxury Apartments is close to Bistro Warszawa, Restauracja Świętoszek Tartuffe (restaurant), Pamiątkowa Tablica Grzegorza Przemyka (historical landmark), Theater MILL (performing arts theater), Little Theatre Audience (performing arts theater), Old Town Market Place Warsaw, Centrum Interpretacji Zabytku, oddział Muzeum Warszawy (museum), Latem Bar And Restaurant, Kamienne Schodki (Polish restaurant) and more.

From here Old Town Market Place Warsaw and Mermaid Statue are within feet, St John’s Cathedral, Warsaw Wishing Bell, Warsaw’s Old Town Walls, Barbican and Castle Square are 0.1 miles, Sigismund’s Column, Holy Spirit Church and Royal Castle are 0.2 miles, Warsaw Uprising Monument is 0.3 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 1.1 miles, Warsaw Central Station is 1.5 miles, Warsaw National Stadium is 1.6 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 5.6 miles.

Approximate cost per night (3-bedroom signature suite): $614

Cost per person (five people): $123

 

 

 

 

H15 Boutique Hotel

ul. Poznańska 15

Best Hotels Warsaw Poland

Warsaw University of Technology

H15 Boutique Hotel has free WiFi, air conditioning, modern interiors, seating areas, flat screen TVs, balconies and fully equipped kitchens. It can be found close to: UL (restaurant), BEZ TYTULU (restaurant), Pierogowo Zapraszana (restaurant), Warsaw Estate (restaurant). Momencik Vegan Restaurant, Globe Glasses (restaurant). Dar Mounia (Moroccan restaurant), Cophi (cafe), Essence (beauty salon), Lente (restaurant), Youmiko Vegan Sushi, Tel Aviv Urban Food (restaurant), Kraken Rum Bar, Girzzly Gin Bar, Too Thai (restaurant), Wilcza50 (modern European restaurant), Tapas Bar Gemba and more.

From here Graphics and Poster Gallery is 0.2 miles, Warsaw University of Technology is 0.3 miles, ORCO Tower and Warsaw Central Station are 0.4 miles, Le Guern Gallery, Złote Tarasy Shopping Center, Palace of Culture & Science and St. Alexander’s Church are 0.5 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 0.7 miles, Presidential Palace is 1.2 miles, Castle Square is 1.5 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4 miles.

Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $542

 

 

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SleepWell Boutique Apartments

Nowy Świat 50, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Frederick Chopin Museum

Featuring free WiFi, air conditioning, a garden, private parking, hardwood floors, flat-screen TVs, safety deposit boxes, kitchens and buffet or à la carte breakfast options, SleepWell Boutique Apartments can be found close to Tokyo Sushi – Nowy Świat (sushi restaurant), Nice and Easy Tattoo (tattoo shop), Wrzenie Świata (book store), Piekarnia (bakery), Tehran Restauracja (Persian restaurant), N58 Club (night club), Sweet Factory Store (candy store), Bar Kubuś (bar), The Botanist (vegan restaurant), OTO!SUSHI (sushi  restaurant), Specjały Regionalne (Polish restaurant), Thai Bali Spa (message spa), Restauracja Binh Minh (Vietnamese restaurant), Doppio Cuore (Italian restaurant), Mama Pho (pho restaurant), Capriccio Ristorante Italiano (Italian restaurant), Miejsce Projektów Zachęty (art gallery), Häagen-Dazs (ice cream shop), Frida (Mexican restaurant), Sklep Herbaciany (tea store), ECCO (shoe store), by Insomnia (women’s clothing store), Vita Cafe (cafe), Restauracja Młoda Polka (restaurant), Croque Madame (cafe) and more.

You’ll find Nowy Świat Street, Frederick Chopin Museum and Music Academy 0.1 miles, Foksal Gallery and Monument of Nicolaus Copernicus 0.2 miles, Holy Cross Church, House of the Visual Artist, National Philharmonic and National Museum in Warsaw 0.3 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 0.5 miles, Krakowskie Przedmieście and Palace of Culture & Science 0.6 miles, Warsaw Central Station 0.8 miles, Castle Square and Royal Castle 0.9 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport 4.7 miles from this spot.

Approximate cost per night : $283

 

 

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I’m in Heaven – Boutique Apartments

Jana i Jędrzeja Śniadeckich 19/2, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Ujazdowski Park

I’m in Heaven – Boutique Apartments has garden views, free WiFi, hardwood floors, fully-equipped kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, hairdryers and seating areas, balconies. Leniwa Gospodyni (restaurant), DORA (women’s clothing store), Pełną Parą na Nowo (Asian restaurant), Joga Studio (yoga studio), Room Escape Warszawa ® (escape room), ADStudio (photographer), CyfrowaCiemnia.pl (photo shop), Cophi Lwowska 2A (coffee shop), BAR THIEN LY (Vietnamese restaurant), Studio Janiszewska (beauty salon), Krem (bistro), Samsonite (luggage repair service), Niigata Onigiri (Japanese restaurant), La Petite (cafe), Cukier Puder (cafe), Cofeina (cafe), Make a wish (nail salon), Salon Win (wine store), Bogactwo Natury (vitamin and supplement store), Ganon Ramen Bar (restaurant), Sexy Duck Warszawa (restaurant), U Szwejka (restaurant), Soto Sushi (sushi restaurant), Warsaw University of Technology and more are within range.

From this accommodation Warsaw University of Technology is 0.1 miles, Central Statistical Office and Graphics and Poster Gallery are 0.4 miles, Ujazdowski Park is 0.5 miles, Warsaw University Botanical Garden, Botanical Garden, Chancellery of Prime Minister of Poland and ORCO Tower are 0.6 miles, Office of the President of Poland is 0.7 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 1 mile, Warsaw Uprising Monument is 2 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 3.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (two-bedroom apartment): $122

Cost per person (four people): $30

 

 

 

Sienna 41 Boutique Warsaw Apartments

Sienna 41, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Spektrum Tower

With free WiFi, kitchens, flat-screen TVs, ironing facilities and seating areas, Sienna 41 Boutique Warsaw Apartments is near InterContinental WarszawaNYX Hotel Warsaw by Leonardo Hotels and Hotel Polonia Palace.

Fragment of Ghetto Wall is 0.1 miles, Złote Tarasy Shopping Center, Palace of Culture & Science and Spektrum Tower are 0.2 miles, Norblin Museum, Nozyk Synagogue and Grzybowski Square are 0.3 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Nowy Świat Street are 0.8 miles, Presidential Palace is 1 mile, Warsaw National Stadium is 1.9 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.3 miles from this accommodation.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe apartment): $150

Cost per person (six people): $25

 

 

 

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City Center Boutique Apartment

Mazowiecka 3/5 m.2, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Zacheta National Art Gallery

City Center Boutique Apartment offers free WiFi, a washing machine, a balcony, a fully-equipped kitchen and a flat-screen TV. This accommodation is near Hotel Warszawa.

House of the Visual Artist is 0.1 miles, National Philharmonic, Zacheta National Art Gallery, Holy Cross Church and Monument of Nicolaus Copernicus are 0.2 miles, Warsaw University, Palladium Theatre, Nowy Świat Street and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier are 0.3 miles, Krakowskie Przedmieście and Palace of Culture & Science are 0.4 miles, Warsaw Central Station and Castle Square are 0.7 miles, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is 1.2 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.7 miles from this locale.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $95

Cost per person (four people): $23

 

 

 

VipWarsawApartments Onyx Mennica Residence

43a Grzybowska, Wola

Hotels in Warsaw

Warsaw Trade Tower

Providing a restaurant, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, room service, private parking, a flat-screen TV, a fully-equipped kitchen, a balcony with garden views, a continental or à la carte breakfast, a terrace and squash on site, VipWarsawApartments Onyx Mennica Residence is close to Frank (restaurant), Munja Grzybowska 43 (restaurant), Shrimp House (restaurant), Sacred Mill Brew Bar (cafe), Muro Originale Del Ghetto Ebraico (historical landmark), Mur Getta (historical landmark), Francuska Robota (creperie), L’Olivo Ristorante Pizzeria (restaurant), Salsa Libre (dance school), Rasoi Lounge Indian Restaurant, Wałek Warszawski (dumpling restaurant), La Lucy (cafe), Kamienica przy Waliców 14 (historical landmark), Ramen Stories (ramen restaurant), Easy Waxing (waxing hair removal service), Piekarnia Putka (bakery), Ośrodek Grzybowska (indoor swimming pool), Miss Kimchi (Korean restaurant) and more.

You may find Pekao Tower 0.1 miles, Spektrum Tower 0.3 miles, Fragment of Ghetto Wall, Warsaw Trade Tower and Nozyk Synagogue 0.4 miles, Warsaw Uprising Museum, Grzybowski Square and Warta Tower 0.5 miles, Warsaw Central Station 0.6 miles, Palace of Culture & Science 0.7 miles, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier 0.9 miles, Warsaw National Stadium 2.3 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport 4.4 miles from this apartment.

Approximate cost per night (one-bedroom apartment): $96

Cost per person (four people): $24

 

 

The Webster

 

 

Old Town Market Place Penthouse

Krzywe Koło 12/14A, Sródmiescie

Hotels in Warsaw

Warsaw Barbican

Old Town Market Place Penthouse has 2 bedrooms, free WiFi, a washing machine, city views, a fully-equipped kitchenette and a hairdryer. Sambal restauracja indonezyjska (Indonesian restaurant), Brzozowa 37 (live music venue), Statue of Wars and Sawa (historical landmark), Taras Widokowy (observation deck), Same Fusy (tea house), Same Krafty Vis-a-Vis (gastropub), Warsaw Barbican (historical landmark), Kamienne Schodki (Polish restaurant), Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature, Warsaw (heritage museum), Monument Interpretation Center (museum), Dom Sztuki Ludowej – Polart (art gallery), Old Town Market Square (tourist attraction), Museum of Warsaw (local history museum), Ciao Napoli (restaurant), Argo (restaurant), WarSaw Pub (brewpub), STOLICA (Polish restaurant), Podwale Bar and Books (bar), Mały Powstaniec (war memorial), Restauracja Maryensztadt Craft Beer & Food (restaurant) and more are in the area.

Warsaw Barbican, Mermaid Statue, Old Town Market Place, Warsaw’s Old Town Walls, Holy Spirit Church and Warsaw Wishing Bell are 0.1 miles, St John’s Cathedral, New Town Square, Multimedia Fountain Park and Castle Square are 0.2 miles, Royal Castle and Warsaw Uprising Monument are 0.3 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 1.2 miles, Royal Łazienki Park is 2.6 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 5.7 miles from this penthouse.

Approximate cost per night : $179

Cost per person (six people): $29

 

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We hope you have found this information useful and most importantly, that you enjoy your time in Poland. Na zdrowie!

37 Replies to “Hotels in Warsaw”

  1. I love to travel. I don’t know that I would be traveling to Poland but I do know people who travel overseas.
    These hotels are beautiful and I would definitely stay in any of them.
    I like quiet and comfort here in the states and I would want the same there.
    These hotels are really high end.
    I wouldn’t have to stay in the most lavish hotel but it would be awesome.
    The Chocimska 4, Mokotow might be my choice out of them all. But my sister travel abroad and I will pass this on to her.
    What are the prices of these hotels?

    1. Thank you for the comment Rob! These are really awesome places indeed and glad you found Chocimska 4, Mokotow to your liking. Prices are always changing so following the links is your best bet. Cheers!

  2. Wow, thanks for compiling this list of penthouses which I could use as reference when me and my friends come to Warsaw, Poland. But yeah, I’d have to convince them first to go there and help me plan out an itinerary. With these kinds of luxury rentals though, do you have an idea of how much they cost?

    1. Hi Dominic, thank you for commenting! Pricing depends on when you book and changes based on demand. Thanks for your input here and safe journeys out there!

  3. I love these hotels! I haven’t been to Poland, but if I do – I will certainly look up your website again.  Thank you for creating this article, it is so hard to find information all on one site about accommodation and what’s in the area. Brochures mention a couple of things here and there. But your guide is great! Thank you!

    1. Thank you again Shelley Ann for your kind words! So glad you found value in a concise list of the very best Warsaw penthouse accommodations and attractions. All the best to you!

  4. Good and informative news on here when traveling. I was thinking to see one day Warshaw us I know how beautiful the city is just never seen before. Probably worth to try, or just let the youngest explore new opportunities in Europe. Great article and pictures to explore hotels

    Thank you so much for sharing with us

  5. These are some really nice places. I have stayed in some nice -but small- hotels. To have an entire penthouse to roam around in would be spectacular.

    Are any of these penthouses family or pet-friendly? Is housekeeping offered with rental or is that extra? Is there an optimal season to book one?
    Also, how long can you reserve the penthouses?

    Thanks for the info and I am adding Poland to my list of places to see.

  6. These are some really nice places. I have stayed in some nice -but small- hotels. To have an entire penthouse to roam around in would be spectacular.

    Are any of these penthouses family or pet-friendly? Is housekeeping offered with rental or is that extra? Is there an optimal season to book one?
    Also, how long can you reserve the penthouses?

    Thanks for the info and I am adding Poland to my list of places to see.

    1. Hi Gwendolyn, Artistic Penthouse allows pets on request, and housekeeping typically is included, however it might be best to contact the host beforehand to make sure. You may rent a penthouse for as long as you wish, as long as it’s available. Thanks for stopping by!

  7. Hello,

    Thank you for a very informative post. As a lover of travelling, I appreciate any websites about the accomodation and places where to go eat etc.  You have picked very beautiful places and it was a pleasure to go through your post and see all the information.

    Poland becomes lately quite attractive and as the citizen of the Czech Republic, I do not have so long way to this country, for me is your post very useful. Lof of my friends go to Poland for a weekend or vacation, good to know what to recommend them if they will ask me.

    Thank you for your insight and I am looking forward to your next post.

    Bye Renata

  8. Hi there,

    I have to say all of these houses look great. I like all of them but I think the Chocimska 4, Mokotów is the one I would like to go for. It’s beautiful. I like the layout, the overall design. It’s an hotel to put in mind for my next travel to poland.

    Thanks for sharing this. Quite helpful.

    1. Hi Aye! Very thrilled to hear you’ve chosen your favorite in Chocimska 4, Mokotów and that you will be considering it for your next Poland trip!

  9. Hi,

    Never been to Poland, but hopefully wants to visit someday.

    I prefer staying at the Antique Varsovia Penthouse, looks so homey, plus close to restaurants and tourist attractions.

    It’s really important staying at places close to where you want to visit so travel is not a hustle.

    I wonder if they allow cooking in these places? If you’re in a travel budget, you might want to cook home meals, right?

    Thanks for this great information.

    Marita

    1. Thank you for the comment Marita! Your choice in Antique Varsovia Penthouse is a very solid one. Almost all of the penthouses you will find on here will have a fully-equipped kitchen, so yes that would be great for finding some local grocers or butchers to cook on your own. Happy travels out there!

  10. Hi there,

    This very helpful information to travellers like me.  I would love to visit Poland some time.   The penthouses are perfectly designed in a way that can make one feel home away from home.  They’re very attractive to families or friends.  The arrangements could also be good for business executives.   

    All the best.

    Sandikazi

  11. I have never been to Poland but this site enticed me to go.  What beautiful homes.  Even if it is for a week, it would be great. Poland has many beautiful sites too.  Thank You for the information.  Is the name Pentrental, an actual penthouse or a made up name?  Best, Krista

    1. Hi Krista, thank you for the comments. Poland is a beautiful place when you start to really look at it. Pentrental is not an actual penthouse but more of a brand name. It’s nice to see you and stop back any time!

  12. Excellent compilation of list of the verybbest hotels in Warsaw, Poland. I love to travel around in order to explore different countries and their cultural heritages and I heard a lot about the cultural values of the people in Poland and definitely, warsaw would be a good place to stay in. These hotels are nothing short of beautiful. I love their serene feeling and the luxury. I find it very difficult to choose from the list but hopefully, if I travel to to Warsaw, any of these hotels would ve awesome to stay in

  13. If travelling can be a hubby then you can say its mine, I love travelling, its what I do on my free time. As that, you can say I have heard of the beauties of Warsaw and how it attracts a great number of people. So, definitely there has to be some top notch hotels to give maximum comfort to its visitors. This hotels are really nice and I think if I will visit Warsaw Poland which I will, I’ll have a hard time choosing where ti stay. Does this hotels have support for people who use wheelchair?

  14. If travelling can be a hubby then you can say its mine, I love travelling, its what I do on my free time. As that, you can say I have heard of the beauties of Warsaw and how it attracts a great number of people. So, definitely there has to be some top notch hotels to give maximum comfort to its visitors. This hotels are really nice and I think if I will visit Warsaw Poland which I will, I’ll have a hard time choosing where ti stay. Does this hotels have support for people who use wheelchair?

  15. Wow, I recently came in contact with a family of 4 who are processing thier visa with me and are traveling to Poland two days ago. I’ve seem lots of hotel to be suggested but I’m particularly interested in 72a sienna, Wola. It seem to fit the description I got from them. Thanks for this is information 

  16. These rentals and Warsaw look like amazing places to visit and stay. I love the idea of renting a penthouse for a group of people and thank you so much for saving me the step of calculating what the nightly rate works out to be per person! It’s easy to see just how affordable it can be for a group to have top notch lodging at some of the world’s best locations. I’m definitely looking forward to traveling again – thanks for the great inspiration!

    1. Aly you’re welcome and yes we are all looking forward to traveling again! Hotels in Warsaw Poland offer some fine, spacious accommodations, and Warsaw’s penthouses are a mix of some of the best and most reasonably priced in Europe.

  17. Warsaw has always held a strange fascination for me. I think it stems from childhood. I used to listen to the radio, late at night. If I was bored I would search the entire waveband for something interesting. Occasionally, I would happen across Radio Warsaw. It seemed somehow exotic, certainly to an eleven year old.

    Now, of course I know that to be true. From your description alone, you can see that the city is steeped in history, luckily, much of it is still present and visible, in the incredible architecture.

    A fleeting visit would require no more than a quick and convenient stop over. I would prefer to spend more than a day or two and for that I would like to immerse myself in the city. I like the idea of being able to look out of the window and imagine how the view would have been, in days gone by. The Mondrian Market Square apartments would be ideal.

    1. Twack that’s very interesting and a great story about Radio Warsaw, thanks for sharing. Looking out the window to imagine how things in Warsaw might have went throughout history would be an interesting perspective indeed. You could get a good idea by visiting any of the remaining castles, or some of the historic buildings that survived battles. Warsaw has lots of, often turbulent, history to muse over. Hotels in Warsaw Poland especially in consideration of penthouses offer amazing such views. Mondrian Market Square Luxury Apartments near Old Town Market Place Warsaw are ideal indeed, well positioned and highly regarded, a fine choice!

  18. Wow, thanks for compiling this list of penthouses which I could use as reference when me and my friends come to Warsaw, Poland. But yeah,  one have to convince them first to go there and help me plan out an itinerary. With these kinds of luxury rentals though, do you have an idea of how much they cost and how to go about it

    1. Evans the pricing can be found below each listing and simply clicking the links will take you to the booking pages. Thanks for the comments

  19. Poland is not among the popular tourist destinations. So I have wondered if Warsaw is worth visiting. You may have also wondered this so I would like to share my 2 cents on this. Warsaw offers many things to do and see and has everything you want when you’re going on a city break. It has incredible landmarks; beautiful old town streets and squares; lively parks and gardens; cool museums and hearty local food. I think that 2 days in Warsaw is the perfect amount of time. It would be the least to explore the historic city center, get an eye-opening history lesson at several museums, and sample some local food.

  20. Warsaw is a place that I have always wanted to see so I read this article with great interest.  This city is steeped in history, which is a primary interest of mine!  I appreciate your notations of what’s near-by patrons can make sure they can choose a neighborhood that has things that will interest them, as driving in an unknown city (and country) can be inconvenient.  While the price of some of these luxury places is quite high, your per-person cost makes it clear that they can be afforded if traveling with a group.  Thank you for posting this great information!

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