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Mercure Warszawa Grand - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mercure Warszawa Grand

Krucza 28, Warsaw - Map
"Location, Breakfast and Privacy"
The hotel superior room was nicely sized, with air con and heaters to use at own discretion. Breakfast was on offer the weekend we stayed so it was very cheap for the grand buffet they have! Staff helpful and polite. I'd deffo stay there again, the location is great!
Traveller from London
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
Mercure Warszawa Centrum - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Mercure Warszawa Centrum

48-54 Zlota St, Warsaw - Map
"Long weekend"
I have stayed here before this time I went with 5friends who had not been they loved it and will all be back
A Traveller
Across the street from the modern Zlote Tarasy shopping center, the newly renovated Mercure Warszawa Centrum is a block from …More
Novotel Warszawa Centrum - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Novotel Warszawa Centrum

ul. Marszalkowska 94/98, Warsaw - Map
"Nice hotel in centre of Warsaw"
Excellent for shops, coffee shops, restaurants and exploring. Transport for all areas if required right outside of main front door entrance. Would use again if in Warsaw with brilliant view of tallest building in Poland if you have front room of hotel.
Traveller from Bath, England
Located in City Centre Warsaw, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Charles de Gaulle Roundabout and National Museum …More

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