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Mercure Warszawa Grand - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mercure Warszawa Grand

Krucza 28, Warsaw - Map
"Weekend visit to friends and the Film Festival"
A mistake on my part, last year I had stayed at the Mercure Centrum Hotel and, for some reason, had assumed it to be the same hotel. I was wrong. A little further walk to the Palace of Culture and Zloty Terraces to see the films, but not a long walk, by any means. The hotel itself was to a very high standard, my room was fantastic - the shower was particularly good. I would happily stay there again.
Andy from Loughborough, UK
Within a 10-minute walk of the National Museum and Nowy Swiat Street, Mercure Warszawa Grand is less than 3 km from Old Town …More
Novotel Warszawa Centrum - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Novotel Warszawa Centrum

ul Marszalkowska 94/98, Warsaw - Map
"Excellent hotel et bien situé"
Hôtel idéalement situé, proche des transports en commun, de la gare centrale et d'une galerie commerciale. Bouteilles d'eau, café et thé à disposition gratuitement tous les jours dans la chambre (mini bar payant). Le prix du petit déjeuner étant élevé nous avons choisi de le prendre à l'extérieur de l'hôtel.
JM from Paris
Situated in the city center, this hotel is close to Palace of Culture and Science, National Museum, and Lazienki Park. Also …More

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