Warsaw Hotels, Poland

There are a load of great value hotels in Warsaw, and i’ve been researching them for my up-coming trip this summer.

The best thing I’ve just found is (with Warsaw being a very much business city – check out all the new glass sky rise office blocks!) that the hotel rates at the weekend are half the price of mid week!! So i’ve seen 5* hotels which are close to £100 a night in the week and are only £50 for a night at the weekend.

So here are some hotels that I’ve been looking at during my holiday research:

I’ve always gone past the Jan III Sobieski Hotel (really colourful exterior) but never stayed there, so i’ve been looking at that one as it’s always tempted me. It’s about 5 mins by bus (the lovely 175 from the airport) or a 15 mins walk to the main Warsaw Central station, right on the crossroads of Aleje Jerozolimskie street and…. wait for it –  £86 for a suite with breakfast per night at the weekend!

Jan III Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw
Jan III Sobieski Hotel, Warsaw
 

The other one I’ve been looking at is Sheraton Warsaw, a very nice 5* hotel in Warsaw, a short distance from the Central station, the Royal Park and the old town – perfectly placed… and £50 for a double room on a saturday night in July (and £48 in August – bargain!).

Another interesting hotel to consider is the Platinum Residences aparthotel – a 4* apartments complex where you can get a 1 bed master suite for £46 for 1 night! How amazing is that? Definitely one to consider for my summer week in Warsaw looks really modern and again close to Central Warsaw station (imperative for my train journey to Lublin) – and right by the very modern looking Warsaw Hilton hotel (you can use their pool & spa!).

Lastly, here’s the lovely 5* Mamaison Le Regina hotel that I stayed in about 5 years ago – it’s got a medieval look to it, and a lovely pool downstairs, and the rooms are very plush. It’s also right next to Warsaw Old Town, which is very very convenient (and right by Marie Sklodowska Curie Museum!).
It’s currently showing at £76 for a night for a classic room on a weekend in August.

Le Regina Hotel Bedroom, Warsaw
Le Regina Hotel Bedroom, Warsaw

If you want to find out more about Poland and Warsaw, visit our website at inlovewithpoland.com.

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2 thoughts on “Warsaw Hotels, Poland

  1. olapola

    Hi Jim,

    We’ve stayed in a couple of the Gdansk hotels last year.

    If you’re after something really central then the Hilton Gdansk is great. Obviously a hilton so nice high standard, big rooms, in centre of Gdansk (by the river) and also has a roof terrace with deck chairs and a pool on the top floor – with fantastic views over Gdansk Old Town (breakfast bit expensive)
    .
    For something more relaxing to get away from the city for a couple nights – we stayed in the Hotel Lival – right on the beach in Gdansk Brzezno. It’s a nice 3 star hotel, the sand & sea is 5 meters away, you get quite big rooms with balconies overlooking the beach and sea, breakfast is very good and you’re only a 15 mins tram journey (tram stop is about 5 mins walk from hotel) away from centre of Gdansk.

    See maps of both hotels below.
    Hope this helps! have you booked your flights already?

    Best regards,
    inlovewithpoland

    Hotel Lival – on the beach

    Hilton Gdansk – old town
    http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?hl=en&ie=UTF8&q=hilton+gdansk&fb=1&gl=uk&hq=hilton&hnear=0x46fd731c14d4fa6f:0x9bb9fbf163b7be8d,Gda%C5%84sk,+Poland&cid=0,0,10305641125042202166&ll=54.353486,18.658475&spn=0.006295,0.006295&iwloc=A&output=embed
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