Luxury Hotels in Warsaw
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- Old Town Square
- Palace of Culture and Science
- National Stadium
- Torwar Hall
- Old Town Market Place
- U.S. Embassy
- Golden Terraces
- Nowy Swiat Street
- Copernicus Science Centre
- Saska Kepa
- University of Warsaw
- Arkadia Shopping Mall
- Warsaw University of Technology
- EXPO XXI
- Galeria Wileńska
- MT Polska Congress Centre
- Warsaw Uprising Museum
- National Library of Poland
- Galeria Mokotow Shopping Centre
Warsaw Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Warsaw for luxury hotelsFrom the shimmering skyscrapers of Warsaw's modern side to the sculpted baroque frontispieces in the Old Town, there are luxury hotels options here aplenty. Look in the heart of the city, on the same square as the colossal Palace of Culture and Science, where high-rise hotels boast indoor pools and sweeping views over the skyline. Then, look to the cobbled walks of the historic center – a place where reconstructed Medieval rows host boutique elegance. Then comes the museum-dotted reaches of Mirow, complete with awesome attractions and opulent aparthotels.
Top luxury hotels in WarsawGilded with marble lobbies and upholstered lounges, imbued with a gorgeous pool, and complete with a full health and beauty treatment center, the Warsaw Marriott Hotel stands right in the middle of the metropolis, just around the corner from the Palace of Culture and Science. The Novotel Warszawa Centrum continues the modern vibe, with its avant-garde interiors and relaxing, contemporary suites. And then there's the curious Soviet-style brutalism of the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria, which gives way to sumptuous rooms, an indoor pool, and a fully-fledged business center.
Where to find the best fine dining in WarsawYou only need to sample the delights of the acclaimed kitchens in Mirow district to see why this city is a hub of Polish fine dining. Expect meticulously crafted platters of Slavic meat cuts and creatively re-worked farmer's stews, all served with dedicated sommeliers at hand to help pluck the top Tokai wines to match. That gastronomic excellence continues in the New Town, where Tuscan trattorias churn out crispy pizzas and seafood pastas. Meanwhile, the Polish taverns of the Old Town are home to celeb chefs recreating national dishes with flair.
The most unique things to do in WarsawTake to the skies and watch the city from a helicopter for a seriously breathtaking sightseeing tour. Rides last half an hour and encompass everything from the red-tiled roofs of the Old Town to the grand Citadel and the spire of the mighty Palace of Culture and Science. Another unique way of seeing the Polish capital is to hit the water and enjoy a private evening cruise up and down the bends of the Vistula River. Romantic, luxury tours with an evening meal and cocktail drinking onboard the boat are also possible. If you've fallen in love with the tastes of the Polish kitchen, you could try your hand at making a spot of pierogi or blood sausage. There are a couple of famous celebrity chefs who offer private cooking lessons in the capital, so you can learn from the very best.
Best ways to get around WarsawThere are plenty of private firms in the Polish capital offering limousine hire and chauffeured car services. These can either be organized on arrival, or with help from your hotel desk. Thanks to the city's modern road layout, the whole downtown area is easily navigable by car. That also means it's possible to get private car rentals here, while you can even opt for helicopter transfers to and from the airport. Uber and other private taxi firms also operate extensively across the city.
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