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Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw is a 5-star establishment that offers accommodations in the beautiful Warsaw’s Old Town. near to every thing , the stuff they were helpful in everything, rooms and facilities are wonderful,...
Welcoming guests since 1857, the renowned Raffles Europejski Warsaw features a prestigious location along the Royal Route, a few minutes’ walk from the 19-century Polish National Opera, and views onto... Everything!!! The staff were the best staff i have ever had in a hotel!!
Located in the 16th century Bishops Palace in the vicinity of the Old Town of Warsaw, 656 feet from Royal Castle, Hotel Bellotto features air-conditioned rooms and private parking. Spacious room. Secure parking. Indoor restaurant.
Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw, is one of the city’s most remarkable landmarks blending history and contemporary luxury. location, luxury and quality of service as well as the price in Canadian dollars( it was really...
Set in the very heart of Warsaw, among the capital's historic and cultural attractions, Sofitel Warsaw Victoria is a luxury hotel designed by Didier Gomez Studio. The hotel really met our expectations: very spacious, clean and quiet room, good breakfast (still it...
Featuring a restaurant, bar and views of city, Jess Hotel & SPA is located in Warsaw, a 3-minute walk from Presidential Palace.
Enjoyable walk through. However, we went to two other places where Polish royalty lived (Łazienki Park and Wilanow). There is only so much sculpture and oil paintings you can see before getting your fill. I recommend going to one or two of the "Royal" spots and mix in other types of museums. We were told we should see the Warsaw Uprising Museum (Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego). If we return to Warsaw we will make it a point to go there.
Just gorgeous! It’s a replica of a castle which was a residence of the last polish king from the Poniatowski’s dynasty. The building was levelled to the ground during Second World War. A must to see!
It is interesting if you have not visit many royal palaces before. It is centered aro8nd the history of Poland at the late 18th century and King Wladislav. Make sure to get the audio guide as it makes the journey so much more interesting
It was amazing inside and out- unmissable - but do not go until late November when the new exhibition on Poland's independence opens there, as several important rooms are closed when we were there 2 weeks ago to put up the exhibition. Even with some rooms closed and a reduced entrance fee for that reason, there is a lot to see and take in so allow 2 hours for your visit because as well as spectacular rooms containing period furniture there is an art gallery and films and media telling the history of how it was built and then rebuilt after being flattened by the Nazis in World War 2.
There was nothing I didn't like about this hotel. All stuff , everyone was exceptionally nice . My plane was taking off in late afternoon , so when I asked - they were very nice and extended my stay for two more hours , which was very helpful. Hotel felt luxurious , clean , room very spacious and quiet. Breakfast was excellent, and location ? Hard to beat that , right in the middle of Old Towm , walking distance to its major attractions like Royal Castle or good restaurants .