The Ultimate Guide to Hotels in Warsaw, Poland


7. NYX Hotel Warsaw

Ideal for city dwellers

The Polish capital has seen several smart developments spring up in recent years, the main one being Varso Place, home to the tallest building in the EU, the Varso Tower. Here you’ll also find NYX, a hotel that leans on its contemporary architecture and central location with city views through floor-to-ceiling windows in all 300-plus rooms, and edgy interiors that combine clean lines with eye-catching prints and works by local street artists. The stylish Clash Bar, meanwhile, is the perfect spot for cool cocktails and DJ sets. Rooms: from 367 PLN (68 £).

8. H15 Boutique Hotel

Ideal for away life

One of the few buildings in Warsaw to survive World War II, this 19th-century beauty in southern Śródmieście has served a variety of purposes over the years, including as an embassy and government offices, but in 2012 , it has been transformed into one of the city’s first boutique-style hotels. It remains one of the best places to stay in the capital, and the majority of its 47 rooms are suites, all equipped with their own kitchenette and lounge area, as well as a table and chairs for gourmet room service. of the Signature of the hotel. Restaurant. Interiors, meanwhile, combine luxury (marble bathrooms, velvet headboards) with playfulness (animal prints, bright colors, and retro-style furnishings). Rooms: from PLN 498 (£92).

9. SleepWell Boutique Hotel

Great for vintage vibes

Accessed by a courtyard off Nowy Świat, the pretty thoroughfare leading to the UNESCO-listed Old Town, SleepWell’s 15 rooms are a riot of color with a fun 1970s vibe. Ranging from tiny apartments doubles to generously proportioned apartments, they’re outfitted with striking headboards and lighting, velvet upholstery, and the occasional kitschy ornament or pop artwork. Yet despite the retro vibe, you’ll also find all the modern essentials here, including coffeemakers and TVs with access to streaming services like Netflix. The common areas, meanwhile, are no less lively, from the golden and bright reception to the powder pink and yellow dining room, passing through the corridors with animal sculptures. Rooms: from PLN 429 (£80).


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