I stayed in this hotel in September 1999. The hotel is in the great place, you could easily walk to the Old Town etc. Rooms looked like a bit tired (I think it is under renovation now, isn't it?) but the service was good and the breakfast was ok.
Europejski Hotel, used to be the most modern Warsaw hotel. Constructed between 1855-1859 and between 1876-1877, designed by Henryk Marconi, Marcelo Berendt and Leonardo Marconi. Destroyed in 1944, later rebuild by Bohdan Pniewski, an architect. The hotel was to house a Military Academy. Its hotel functions were restored only in 1962.
I stayed at this hotel in july 2003. It was really hot week and unfortunately there was no air conditioning.
The hotel is really old. It was was first opened on the 1st January 1857!
Unique Quality: There is a really nice cafe in the first floor of the hotel where you can buy really good chocolate cakes.
The Hotel Europejski is one of the oldest hotel in Warsaw built in 1857. Apparently it survived World War II without major damage or least there doesn't seem to be obvious signs of reconstruction. For some reason I kind of like these faded ladies. I stayed here twice, once in 1994 and then again 1998 (important to note before you make any current travel plans) and found perfectly acceptable though less than stellar accommodations. This was a place with great bones, particularly in regards to the structure and the public spaces but some rather unfortunate design "modernizations" in the room decor. Still, the price of a room was a third or even a quarter of the recently renovated Hotel Bristol directly across the street. Additionally, it seemed the guests at the Europejski were more likely to be local travelers as opposed to the international business trade across the street.
Note: Price range below is for "Double Occupancy Per Person"
What a fantastic hotel!!! We paid about £40 per night here but have learned that we could have paid even less if we booked directly. The Europejski is located on the main tourist street right nest to the Old Town but also near to the Centrum and New Town areas. (Get off 175 bus at 'Hotel Bristol') We booked the standard double which turned out to be what I would class as a suite. We had an enormous room with a 3 piece suite and the most comfortable bed that I have ever slept in!! The staff let us check in at about 11.30 as soon as we arrived. Anyone who travels in Europe quite a bit will know that you usually have to wait until 2pm for most hotel rooms, so I found this to be fantastic. The staff could not do enough for us and the breakfast was really nice. You could have either cooked English, continental or Polish choices. 12pm check out but you bags can be kept in a secure room until you leave. All staff spoke English.
Unique Quality: Casino, Hairdresser, 2 Restaurants, Bar, Shop and Fantastic Location (opposite Meridan Bristol.)
Directions: Get off 175 bus from the airport at 'Hotel Bristol' and cross the road.
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Address: 13 Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-071, Poland