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Featuring 3-star accommodation, Holiday Inn Express - Warsaw - The HUB, an IHG Hotel is located in Warsaw, 700 metres from Warsaw Uprising Museum and 1.8 km from Warsaw Central Railway Station. The location was fantastic as was the hotel itself as it was clean and modern.
Boasting a shared lounge, ibis Styles Warszawa City is located in Warsaw, 1.4 km from Zacheta National Art Gallery. clean, good breakfast, polite staff
Holiday Inn - Warsaw City Centre has a restaurant, fitness centre, a bar and shared lounge in Warsaw. Everything was great, modern lobby and room, all the areas were very clean , location was good and...
Located just a 4-minute drive from the Expo XXI International Expo Centre, and a 15 minutes’ walk from the Warsaw Central Railway Station, Golden Tulip Warsaw Centre offers elegant air-conditioned... Very clean, warm atmosphere, coffee, water and tea in the room
Leonardo Royal Hotel Warsaw is located in the centre of Warsaw, only 500 metres from Warsaw Uprising Museum and 1.6 km from the Central Railway Station. Very responsive reception staff, comfortable bed and pillows, spacious room with amazing view.
Hilton Warsaw City Hotel offers 5-star accommodation located in Warsaw’s busy financial district within walking distance of shops, museums and a lively dining and entertainment scene. The restaurant was very good. The breakfast had a lot of options and was very good.
Located just 2 km from Warsaw Central Railway Station, and close to Warsaw Business SkyLine District, ibis Warszawa Centrum hotel features air-conditioned, quiet rooms with satellite TV and free... location was great - near the center and places of interest to us; the stuff was super cute and we...
Centrally situated just a 4-minute drive from Expo XXI International Expo Centre, within just a 10-minute walk of the Warsaw Central Railway Station and Złote Tarasy Shopping Centre, Premiere Classe... Great location, easy to get the central railway station
Compared to the utterly stunning and brilliantly laid out WW2 museum in Gdansk and the excellent Schindler factory tour in Krakow this is a bit of a mess by comparison. The layout is confusing, it's very claustrophobic and hot (on the day I went there must have been over a thousand school kids visiting} although of course the subject matter remains harrowing and the importance of keeping the history alive beyond any question.
Great place to visit, but be warned, we visited on a Saturday. The queues to get in were huge. And if you have a rucksack you need 5z to put into a locker outside. You are not informed of this until you have queued for 20 minutes and reached the front of the queue. So you then have to place rucksack in the locker (if you have coin change) then go back to the end of the queue !!
We loved this museum. It's super interactive. Keep in mind that you need at least 2-3h to see the museum and you will not be allowed one extra minute after closing time (in fact they will not so kindly ask you to live a few minutes before). If you have a backpack you need to live it outside in the lockers and you need a 5 zloty coin (another way to loose time when you are already arriving close to the closing time). Probably a better idea to go in the morning. Totally worth the money. If you can wait, it's free on Sundays.
I visited the Warsaw Uprising museum on a Sunday and the entrance was free. This meant I had to wait in line for more than an hour, and inside the place was crowded.
Warsaw Uprising Museum is free on Sundays, but very crowded. It might be best to visit on Saturday and pay admission fee.