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Alicja Buczkowska | Places | 15 February

The most beautiful historic hotels in Warsaw #LionsRecommend

The most beautiful historic hotels in Warsaw #LionsRecommend

In our #LionsRecommend series, we show you Warsaw with our eyes – a city of parks, history and inspiring places. This time we would like to present the most interesting hotels in Warsaw, which in addition to inspiring design and beautiful architecture also offer the highest quality of services, excellent cuisine and are an excellent starting point to discover the charms of the capital.

  1. Hotel Warszawa


It is located in a skyscraper built in 1931-1933 at Powstańców Warszawy Square 9. Hotel Warszawa operated in the years 1954-2002, after a thorough renovation, it was reopened in November 2018. It is one of the symbols of Warsaw reborn after the war, and today it is one of the most modern and best rated hotels in Poland.


Hotel Warszawa guests have at their disposal 142 rooms and apartments – all designed with great care for details. Some rooms have structural concrete ceilings. The interiors were made of the noblest materials, dominated by stone, steel, copper and glass. The bathrooms are finished with the best quality marble. Together with subtle wooden finishing elements, they create a sense of sublime elegance and luxury.


The hotel has two restaurants. Warszawska Restaurant, located just below the main hotel hall on levels -1 and -2, is a perfect place to meet friends while enjoying delicious food, surrounded by the unique, historical structure of the building. Fans of live cooking should visit the Szóstka Restaurant, located on the sixth floor of the hotel, which also has a panoramic view of the capital. Hotel Warszawa stands out with its unique Welness & SPA zone. Guests can take advantage of massages, various treatments, saunas, swimming pool and fitness area.


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  1. Bristol Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel


Hotel Bristol is one of the most remarkable monuments in Warsaw, combining both history and modern luxury. The hotel is located on the historic Royal Route ( Krakowskie Przedmieście Street 42/44), right next to the Presidential Palace. Nearby, there are also other most recognizable points on the map of the capital – the Old Town, the Royal Castle and the Grand Theater – National Opera.


Originally on the site of the hotel (the second half of the 19th century) there was the Tarnowski Palace. In the following years, the building was the representative seat of many public institutions. Currently, the Bristol Hotel is one of the most distinguished and popular facilities in the capital. Behind the majestic neo-Renaissance façade of the Hotel Bristol, romantic interiors are decorated in an elegant Art Deco style.


The hotel has 165 rooms and 41 apartments. The decor combines timeless elegance and luxury with modern design, including space for work and relaxation. The most famous apartment in the hotel is the Paderewski Apartment – the most luxurious, historic apartment in Poland.


In addition to the excellent gastronomic offer, Hotel Bristol offers its guests a SPA zone with an indoor swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room and beauty treatments. In addition, guests of the apartments can take advantage of many exclusive amenities, including a butler who can help with unpacking and packing, ironing clothes and cleaning shoes.


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  1. Raffles Europejski Warsaw


The Raffles Europejski Hotel is located near the Bristol Hotel, at Krakowskie Przedmieście Street 13. It was built in stages in the years 1855–1877 according to a design by Henryk and Leander Marconich. This facility is an important element of the cultural heritage of Poland. It is distinguished by a classic facade, contemporary interior design and works of Polish artists adorning it. The building offers views of the Presidential Palace and the Royal Route.


Guests have at their disposal both modern rooms and luxurious apartments. Most of them have a library with a wide selection of books in several languages. The decor uses oak floors and works of modern art.


The hotel has a rich culinary offer. Breakfast is served every morning in the Europejski Grill restaurant. It also offers meals at other times of the day and has a terrace overlooking Piłsudski Square. The Asian-inspired Long Bar specializes in world-class cocktails, while the Humidor serves alcoholic drinks, chocolate and cigars. Delicious pastries can be enjoyed in the original Lourse Warszawa confectionery. Like the previously discussed hotels, Raffles Europejski provides its guests with unlimited access to the Raffles Spa with several saunas, steam rooms, an indoor pool and a gym.


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  1. Nobu Hotel Warsaw


It is located at Wilcza Street 73. Originally Hotel Rialto. It was built in a tenement house that survived the war, and was completely renovated and adapted to its present purpose. From the pre-war tenement house, only external and internal walls, construction walls and a staircase have been left. The original form of the hotel was completed by a new wing opened in 2020. It was after its opening that the hotel joined the luxury chain of Nobu hotels, founded by, among others Robert De Niro and changed its name to Nobu Hotel Warsaw. It is the first boutique hotel in the capital. Each of the 44 rooms has been individually designed and furnished with authentic antiques from the Art Deco period. There are also stained glass windows designed and made by Andrzej and Jerzy Owsiak. The hotel offers excellent cuisine as well as delicious Polish pastries with a Japanese twist, served in Nobu Café & Bar.

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