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Most popular areas in Warsaw for 5-star hotels

To immerse yourself in the deep histories of the 1,000-year-old city of Warsaw, delve into the totally rebuilt Old Town area, where Slavic townhouses peer over the cobbled streets and 5-star hotels cluster around squares. Alternatively, make a beeline for the industrial-chic Wola area, where old depots now pulse with burgeoning businesses and the hotels have swish suites for conference goers. The New Town, meanwhile, has hotels with opulent rooms worthy of the onetime Polish kings that wandered the streets here.

Top 5-star hotels in Warsaw

Soaring high above the bustling streets of the center, right in the buzzing heart of the Warsaw New Town, the Warsaw Marriott Hotel has a gorgeous indoor pool with Art Nouveau overtones, marble-dressed lobbies, and sweeping views over the iconic Palace of Culture and Science. Modern and stylish Radisson Blu is another top-class choice, with gym facilities, a pool, and panoramic terraces overlooking the middle of the city. Or, you could opt for a private massage and on-site casino at the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria, just a stone's throw from the riverbanks of the Vistula.

Where to find the best restaurants in Warsaw

A heap of hearty Polish classics – steaming blood sausage, smoky zurek soups, potato and cheese packed pierogi dumplings – awaits in the classic-style kitchens of the Warsaw Old Town, and there are even a couple of Michelin stars sloshing around. Meanwhile, the New Town area comes laden with contemporary Italian trattorias and refined haute cuisine from France, and the bohemian area of Praga hides oodles of artsy cafés and teahouses between its old Soviet-esque tenements.

The most popular things to do in Warsaw

Warsaw is a living, breathing, buzzing metropolis, yet still a place steeped in long and often sobering history. Get a feel for this unique balance by taking a stroll through the heart of the town and wondering up at the mighty Palace of Culture and Science, before seeking out the striking remnants of the onetime Warsaw Ghetto from World War II. Down the road is another fascinating relic of the city's past: the Warsaw Old Town, which was completely reconstructed from original drawings after being flattened by the Nazis. It's here that you'll find hearty Slavic beer bars and enticing Polish taverns overflowing with locals and travelers. The endless gardens of Lazienki Park beckon on the southern edge of town, complete with swinging Chinese lanterns, honorific statues to Chopin, and palatial, peacock-peppered lawns aplenty.

Best ways to get around Warsaw

Warsaw might be known for its tram system, but there are more luxurious ways to move around the Polish capital than on a rattling carriage. For starters, Uber is active in the city, while private car companies can offer chauffeured vehicles for the duration of your stay. Being a modern town, it's easy to get around on 4-wheels in most districts, save the pedestrianized Old Town, which is entirely walkable. Warsaw also has an efficient metro system, which runs on 2 lines that connect the east and west, and the north and south of town.

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