Warsaw Luxury hotels, Poland
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Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 1, 2013
Warsaw has a lot of new hotels. Old In Warsaw would be anything built in the 90's. This hotel just feels and looks old and dated. Like most countries in Europe they don't follow the rules in the star rating system. This hotel claims 5 star but it Is a 4 star for sure. For a good price say 100 US it's not a bad deal but if your looking for 5 star luxury and service go somewhere else. On the positive side the beds are amazing with down mattress covers and high thread count sheets. I was looking forward to a big French breakfast but was horribly disappointed. My first impression was it looked like a motel in both presentation, selection and food quality. Would not stay there again, there are just too many choices in Warsaw these days to go back to something disappointing.
"Loved this place"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 29, 2013
Room great dark wood accents with brown/green comforting furnishing. Bathroom great tub/beautifully titled shower. Easy to get to from Warsaw Central train station IMPORTANT to get across main 2-lane (plus trams) street you must stay in train station lower level follow underpass signs to cross to other side. Follow signs for Marriott hotel that lead you to right past shops down few steps, under street to escalator. Do not follow signs for Emili Plater street the main street you walk down until you get to Wilcaza where the hotel is. Once up the escalator walk past Champions Restaurant/LIM office building to the corner and to right main entrance for Marriott. Go past entrance to sidewalk for Emili Plater and walk 2 blocks (6 minutes) to lovely Rialto Hotel. Take advantage of the sauna/steamroom/gym on the 6th floor. Relaxing, they give you slippers and lend robe. If no one used sauna/steam they may be off just press on buttons give it about 10 minutes to heat up. Open til 10:30pm/GREAT! Also check out incredible really inexpensive restaurant 5 min walk down Wilcza to Marszałkowska & take right just a few feet large windows looks like a cafeteria. Home cooking by Polish moms and grandmas. Bar Zlota Kurka http://barzlotakurka.pl/ They have a button on the website for English menu. Accepts Visa/mastercard spend 10 Polish Zlotys $4.00 US For 11 Zlotys I had incredible soup, meat dumplings and crepes filled with a sweet cheese for $3.90 US. Very casual but GREAT!
"4 Days in Warsaw - my wife and I"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 25, 2013
Excellent service - awesome breakfast buffet, eggs to order, espresso and lattes, fruit and bread galore, all fresh. Comfortable bed (a little soft for us, we like European hard-style beds). Only negative was water temp was not consistent. We were on tenth floor so maybe that had something to do with it. Once every minute or so, while in the shower, the hot water would drop a little and the water would go warm-cool, just for ten seconds, but still a bit annoying. That was the only negative Everything else in the room was great. Quiet (important for us), very clean and fresh sheets daily, heated floor in bathroom, nice TV with 4 English news channels. We like to walk and it wasn't far to old town, even closer to Centrum mall and train station and Uprising Museum. A cheap cab ride to most places. Neighborhood borders some high rise business buildings in one direction and high rise aprtment builings in the other direction, so not much to look at from the hotel. Free intl english newspaper in the morning and 2 bottles of complimentary water in the rooms. Freindly staff for a hotel with hundreds of rooms. We did not eat at the hotel restaurant.
"wonderful little apartment"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 7, 2012
I loved the apartment, the staff, and especially the little breakfast cafe across the courtyard. The gentleman who ran the cafe was wonderful. He was very attentive to all guests, and bent over backwards to help us enjoy our breakfast each morning. There is also a small courtyard where you could sit outside.
It was three months since my last stay at this hotel, and still the air conditioning was not fixed properly. It chugged and groaned a lot, but did not really cool down the room. The hotel is what used to be the heart of central Warsaw but now it is somewhat isolated. The staff is excellent and the beds are comfortable, but for the price I paid the place did not deliver a good value for money and next business trip I am staying the the Novotel instead/
"One of the nicest hotels, and great location!"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jul 29, 2012
I stayed here with a tour, in addition to a pre-night (before the tour). It was one of the two nicest hotels out of several that we stayed in throughout the tour. It has a great little bar downstairs, a restaurant, and is across the street from a gigantic shopping mall for all of your needs. The rooms were clean, and the beds were comfortable. Overall, the service was good, but when we initially arrived, we needed a taxi, and the hotel attempted to charge us double because they wanted us to pay for the way to the airport, and back. They were not initially friendly with us when their driver picked up a different passenger at the airport, and we ended up taking a different one. The hotel is great, just stay away from their taxi service!
Reviewed by Edward G of "Houston, Texas" on
Oct 9, 2011
I was a bit hesitant, due to other hotels that I've stayed along the way. But when I got to Senator Warsaw Apts, I was greeted cordially by the staff and assisted promptly when I encountered problems with the door lock. Apartment was ideally located in city center area, with vast transportation network, fully equipped - like home away from home :-) Thank You
Only negative aspect was internet was very slow where I was situated. Other than that, I highly recommend this place as a place to stay in Warsaw.