Conveniently located in the center of Warsaw, close to the business district and all major attractions, The Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the city’s fascinating past and vibrant present. The Warsaw Uprising Museum and the bustling Złote Tarasy retail complex are a short walk away, while Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is easily reachable by bus.
Guests to The Radisson Blu Sobieski are greeted by the hotel’s dazzling and colorful façade, an architectural landmark crafted by master painter Hans Piccottini. Dedicated staff and first-class amenities make the interior just as appealing: guests can recharge in the fitness center with solarium, luxuriate in the aromatherapy sauna or treat themselves to a massage or beauty treatment in the in-house salon. Gourmets are spoilt for choice, with the Marysienka Restaurant, Trylogia Restaurant Cafe and Zbrojownia Snack Bar offering authentic Polish cuisine in a range of settings, from casual to fine dining, presided over by a celebrity chef. In the summer, guests can enjoy alfresco dining with 24-hour room service in the lush garden. Complimentary wireless Internet access, an airport shuttle (surcharge applies, advance notice required), onsite parking, meeting rooms and a 24-hour business center mean that business and leisure travelers alike will enjoy a smooth trip. Finishing touches such as complimentary newspapers and free coffee complete the experience. Guestrooms.
Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel’s light and contemporary guestrooms are the ideal place to wind down after a day of exploration. Featuring TVs with satellite channels and pay movies, direct-dial phones, minibars and private bathrooms with hair dryers and complimentary toiletries, these compact yet indulgent rooms are a city traveler’s dream.