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Warsaw, Poland’s vibrant capital city, seamlessly blends its storied past with modern innovation. The city has attracted many types of travelers mainly for its history, culture, and cosmopolitan charm.
There are many aspects to the city, from the meticulously restored Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to the sleek skyscrapers of the bustling city center.
We recently visited the city after our first trip on LOT Polish Airlines that originated with a flight from New York to Warsaw and then onwards from Warsaw to Istanbul.
While we only had a day in the city it was clear there were many instances of its modern luxury that preserves the Eastern European style.
If you are planning a trip, here is our take on the best luxury hotels in Warsaw.
Raffles Europejski Warsaw
Raffles Europejski Warsaw is a luxurious hotel located in a meticulously restored historic building in Warsaw’s prestigious Royal Route district. The building itself is one of the most stunning hotels in the city and pictures do not do it justice. The hotel features elegantly appointed rooms and suites, Michelin-starred dining options, a spa and wellness center, and personalized service tailored to the needs of discerning travelers. There are also a selection of high end retailers located on the ground floor of the hotel. The best part is the hotel is located almost directly in the center of the city within very close walking distance to the historic old town.
Situated in the heart of Warsaw, Hotel Bristol is a historic landmark known for its timeless elegance and impeccable service. A luxury collection hotel part of Marriott Bonvoy, the hotel is known for its architecture, luxurious rooms and suites, fine dining restaurants, and exclusive spa facilities. Rates at the hotel tend to vary but given they honor Marriott Bonvoy status you can expect additional perks or when you book via a travel agent.
Towering over the city skyline, InterContinental Warsaw offers panoramic views of Warsaw’s historic Old Town and modern city center. The hotel boasts spacious rooms and suites, multiple dining options, and most notably a rooftop swimming pool that has incredible views of the city. Location wise you can’t get much better than the InterContinental and it provides a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Sofitel Warsaw Victoria combines French luxury with Polish hospitality in a historic building near Warsaw’s Saxon Garden and Presidential Palace. The hotel features stylishly appointed rooms and suites, numerous dining options, a fitness center, and a full service spa where guests can relax and rejuvenate after a day of exploring the city.
The Westin Warsaw offers contemporary luxury and wellness-focused amenities in the heart of Warsaw’s business district. While the hotel is mainly tailored to business travelers, you can expect to see families visit as well. If you are planning to spend most of your time in the business district or are planning a short stay the Westin might be the best bet. The business district is not far from the main tourist attractions so you will still be able to navigate the city easily.
Nestled in a historic townhouse near Warsaw’s Old Town, Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw offers a charming blend of Old World charm and modern comforts. The hotel features a gourmet restaurant serving Polish and international cuisine, a fitness center, and personalized service that reflects the hotel’s boutique atmosphere. Choose this hotel if you really want to get immersed in the Polish culture as there are lots of style points that can only be found here.
Overall there are no shortage of luxury hotels in Warsaw. Even though many are located in the heart of the city, they all offer many additional amenities like gyms, spas, pools, and plenty of dining options.
The benefit to some of these hotels in Warsaw is the price. While some cities command over $1,000 a night for luxury hotels, you can expect to pay in the range of $200 – $300 in off season and $300 – $450 at its peak.
There are many reasons to visit the capital of Poland and if you get a chance to visit we hope you find the hotel that best fits your style.
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