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Polonia Palace Hotel - Warsaw Hotels

Polonia Palace Hotel

Jerozolimskie Av. 45, Warsaw - Map
4.6 out of 5 (1,150 reviews)
H15 Boutique - Warsaw Hotels

H15 Boutique

Poznanska 15, Warsaw - Map
4.8 out of 5 (247 reviews)
Warsaw Marriott Hotel - Warsaw Hotels

Warsaw Marriott Hotel

Aleje Jerozolimskie 65-79, Warsaw - Map
4.5 out of 5 (1,362 reviews)
Novotel Warszawa Centrum - Warsaw Hotels

Novotel Warszawa Centrum

ul. Marszalkowska 94/98, Warsaw - Map
4.3 out of 5 (1,490 reviews)
Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw - Warsaw Hotels

Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw

Ul. Koscielna 12, Warsaw - Map
4.7 out of 5 (378 reviews)
Restored palace in Warsaw’s Old Town district The only hotel situated in the New Town, a prestigious part of Warsaw’s …More
Chopin Apartments City - Warsaw Hotels

Chopin Apartments City

ul. Kolejowa 47, Warsaw - Map
Hotel Rialto - Warsaw Hotels

Hotel Rialto

Wilcza 73, Warsaw - Map
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Art Deco boutique hotel located 600 metres from the Palace of Culture and Science and 2.5 kilometres from Warsaw’s old …More
Sofitel Warsaw Victoria - Warsaw Hotels

Sofitel Warsaw Victoria

Krolewska 11, Warsaw - Map
4.6 out of 5 (798 reviews)
JM Hotel Warsaw Center - Warsaw Hotels

JM Hotel Warsaw Center

Grzybowska 45, Warsaw - Map
4.2 out of 5 (264 reviews)
Metropol Hotel - Warsaw Hotels

Metropol Hotel

Marszalkowska 99a, Warsaw - Map
4.0 out of 5 (631 reviews)
Modern hotel set in the city centre opposite the Palace of Culture and Science, eight kilometres from Warsaw airport. The …More

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    Pocket Guide: Warsaw

    The capital of Poland has established itself as a cheaper alternative to Europe's other major cities while still packing an equally serious punch of culture, history, nightlife and entertainment. Spend a weekend in this unearthed gem before those prices begin to rise.

    One of the most striking things about Warsaw is the fact that it was virtually reduced to rubble during the Second World War but these days you would struggle to tell. The best example of this remarkable rebuilding is the old town, Stare Miasto, which was constructed again using pre-war architectural drawings as well as materials from the destroyed buildings. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, Stare Miasto is one of the top attractions in the city with a history dating back almost 800 years. From your Warsaw hotel a trip to the Royal Castle, Zamek Krolewski, is also worthwhile to delve further into Warsaw's history and to view some of the priceless paintings on display. The Warsaw Rising Museum is a great place to catch up on the Second World War history of the city which includes a number of traumatic episodes.

    Aside from the incredible history of the capital there is also a burgeoning reputation for trendy nightlife. This is especially true in the old industrial district of Praga which is being overtaken by young entrepreneurs opening chic bars, restaurants and clubs. The creative surge happening in this part of town is leading some people to draw comparisons to the edgier parts of Berlin that are now so popular. Most hotels in Warsaw are never too far from a local watering hole and visiting one of these should be high on your list of things to do. The national tipples of choice are vodka and beer and there are more than enough tasty varieties to keep you merry and to loosen up conversation.

    We offer a range of Warsaw hotels to help you make the most of this cracking city.