I didn't mind bringing my laptop to the front desk to be stored in the safe when I left, but perhaps safes wouldn't go amiss in the rooms themselves. Having said that, I can see that individual safes may be expensive.
I really enjoyed breakfast, but given the weather I would have appreciated a hot option too, and a wider selection - the restaurant menu should be applicable to room service as well. Please also consider a shelf for toiletries; I had to set mine on the floor because there wasn't enough room on the sink.
The hotel itself is imposing on the outside and beautiful on the inside; what you see with the photos here IS what you get, and it's breathtaking. I loved the central location - one only has to turn right outside the hotel and continue straight for 10-20 minutes before one reaches the brama Krakowska and a wonderful little nalesniki place... walk through the gate and it will lead you to the Jewish Quarter.
The central location is amazing and made my research easy to conduct, the staff were highly efficient and very pleasant - even when I checked in with the wonderful Katarzyna, and I couldn't preauthorise my stay then and there, she didn't bat an eyelid. There was a good array of TV stations, including RT, Rossiya 24, and the German version of Comedy Central (although I really don't understand Trwam!), and the helpfulness of the front desk staff when I needed anything was exceptional; even with small things like not having toilet roll in the bathroom by accident. The bed was THE most comfortable bed I seem to have slept in to date, and the bathroom and shower were exactly how a disabled bathroom should be - spacious and comfortable if one is showering. I especially appreciated the flip seat nailed to the wall (that's how it should be done), and the heated floor was lovely, but I had no idea how to work it! I also enjoyed breakfast (had to get room service for the time I was there).
Thank you for a fantastic stay.