The central location of this luxury 5* Top Secret Hotel in the heart of historic Warsaw could not be more convenient or desirable for both its leisure and business guests. This exceptional modern city hotel features spacious double en-suite guestrooms equipped with a flat screen LCD TV, fully stocked minibar, high speed Wi-Fi connection, complimentary toiletries and a safe for valuables. A 24 hour concierge, secure car park, tour desk, car rental desk and florist are just some of the facilities offered by the hotel. Those on business can take advantage of the modern business centre comprising of professional conference and meeting rooms, whilst holidaymakers can relax in the health club which offers an indoor waterpark and several pools. Make sure to book your city break to the Polish capital with Secret Hotels and its providers lastminute.com and Hotwire for unbeatable discounts on premium hotel accommodation. For a luxury experience in the heart of Warsaw, look no further.
The hotel’s ideal central location in Poland’s capital city allows its guests easy access to most of Warsaw’s most popular tourist attractions. The city’s historic Old Town is only a short distance away on foot and is home to some of Warsaw’s most iconic period architecture. As 85% of Warsaw’s buildings were destroyed during WWII, the Old Town district contains most of the capital’s only preserved examples of medieval architecture, as well as painstakingly rebuilt buildings in the style of the levelled streets that existed before 1939. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Warsaw Old Town features numerous public squares, churches, restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops.
Hotel guests can take the short walk down Warsaw’s Royal Route which starts at the city’s Castle Square and ends at the Wilanów Royal Palace. The Castle Square is lined with historic townhouses and most famously boasts the Royal Castle, a royal residence home to generations of the Polish monarchy. The area has witnessed some dramatic scenes from Poland’s history including the January Uprising and Bill Clinton’s NATO speech in 1997, and is now a popular public venue for locals and tourists to congregate in. At the end of the Royal Route lies the Wilanów Palace which has widely been dubbed the ‘Polish Versailles’ and has acted as a second home for the Polish Royals. As well as boasting stunningly ornate interiors decorated with historic paintings and furniture, the palace also features vast landscaped gardens and hosts numerous cultural events and concerts throughout the year.
In order to understand Warsaw’s war ravaged history pay a visit to the nearby Warsaw Rising Museum which documents everyday life for the Polish people during the Nazi occupation and subsequent communist regime. One of the most popular attractions in the city, the museum features over 1,000 exhibits made up of original photographs and film and is located in the former city tram power station. Also situated in the heart of the city and just a short walk from the hotel is the iconic Palace of Culture and Science. The imposing building is an example of Socialist Realist architecture and features a cinema, theatre, concert hall and museum.