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Mercure Warszawa Grand - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mercure Warszawa Grand

Krucza 28, Warsaw - Map
 
 
"Weekend getaway - great vacation"
We spent 2 nights in Warsaw at Mercure Grand and we were surprised that the actual condition of the hotel room is exactly as on promo pictures - even the walls smelled like freshly painted. It was very clean, bed is very comfortable, room was well equipped and interesting design of shower - very nice overall, and made our weekend very comfortable there. I would certainly chose the same hotel if I go back.
Mel from Budapest, HU
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
Sofitel Warsaw Victoria - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sofitel Warsaw Victoria

Krolewska 11, Warsaw - Map
 
 
"Excellent Location"
This is one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in. Immaculate throughout and the staff are all lovely. Would highly recommend.
Lynsey from Scotland
This luxury hotel is located in the heart of Warsaw, walking distance from Zacheta, Warsaw University, and Presidential …More
Novotel Warszawa Centrum - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Novotel Warszawa Centrum

ul Marszalkowska 94/98, Warsaw - Map
 
 
"Au centre de Varsovie"
Hôtel bien placé dans Varsovie, chambre très agréable.
Patfan from Maisons Alfort
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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    Poland’s capital city has eclectic architecture. Warsaw’s Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1980, even though 85 per cent of the city was destroyed during World War II. Since Poland joined the EU in 2004, Warsaw has experienced a huge building boom. Modern skyscrapers, 1950s-era East-bloc buildings, and centuries-old Gothic architecture all dot this city of 4 million’s skyline.

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