Hotel Rialto

ul Wilcza 73, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-670, Poland
(5 star hotel)
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A Top-Notch Hospitality!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 18, 2015

Highly Recommended for the Leisure Traveler and Business Clientele.

We spent two nights at this amazing hotel, the only truly Art Déco hotel in Warsaw and it proved to be an excellent choice. It is member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts -a Global Association of independently owned luxury hotels and resorts providing highest standards of quality and extraordinary service. At the same time it is the first deluxe boutique hotel in Poland.

LOCATION: “Simply UNIQUE”.
It is 5 minutes away from the Historic Old City and within easy access to major and most significant highlights of Warsaw, businesses, entertainment, shopping areas, and with several options of dining in the neighborhood. The distance from the airport is 7km while the central railway station is just 5 minutes away.

CHECK-IN: We had a warm welcome even though we arrived much earlier that morning, to drop off luggage mainly and set off light for our sight-seeing tour. I came across professional staff who knew how to make guests feel at home. Check-in was fast and swift and my request for an extra bed placed in the sitting room for the friend who was accompanying me was met without hesitation.

STAFF / SERVICE: Multilingual and attentive staff. Personalized service which in general was beyond excellent. I experienced true team spirit, both at the reception and by the restaurant.

BUILDING/AMBIENCE: It happened to be the first Boutique hotel the year 2003 when it was established. The refurbished tenement-house dates back to the early 1900’s is an exclusive place and is a reference to the best traditions of old-time Warsaw architecture, interior design and art.
As a Professional Travel Guide Writer I wanted to include at least one such hotel on my new Travel Guide of Warsaw and this was the reason I chose to stay here in the first place. It enjoys the classic Art Deco in theme and interior design with original furniture of that period. Exclusive pieces have been collected from around the world for this project. I had the opportunity to see a few of its rooms which offer amenities, fixtures and fittings of highest quality. Its intimate atmosphere, the friendliness of the staff and positive energy of the interior is reflected all over, assuring memorable stays.

In all there are 44 guest rooms, all spacious and cozy. Their interiors derive from Viennese, African, Belgian and British traditions and influences. Each with its original style and yet remain in harmony with the general hotel design. Besides the bar and restaurant there are two small tasteful conference rooms that seem to be ideal for private –not necessarily business meetings.

CORNER SUITE #25: Pleasantly spacious, spotless with discreet charm.
The relaxing sitting room opened to a small corner balcony that overlooked the cross road of the neighborhood. The double glazed windows blocked every street sound. There was an in-room Safe and a full Mini Bar, two flat screen TV sets, and a cordless telephone with voice mail. The king size bed was comfortable but I have to admit that the curtains could not totally block the light from coming in the bedroom. I could not believe my eyes that the first daylight is out even at 3:30 at dawn. This was the only downside I came across by the way.
The sitting room was very spacious with a comfortable set of sofa and arm chairs.

The Nespresso coffee machine, the kettle with a selection of teas and the complimentary treat of fruit were highly appreciated.
On the whole, all amenities are tailored to the needs of today’s travelers.

BATHROOM:The bathroom was the gem of the suite actually. Spacious, Classic and Elegant with impressive features with a separate walk-in shower room (rainfall style shower) and a classic freestanding Bathtub. Fresh towels a hairdryer, slippers and robes were also provided. Access to the bathroom was made both from the corridor and the bedroom.

WI FI: Complimentary and fast.

FITNESS CENTRE: Guests have access to the Sauna, Steam and Gym rooms, but the most incredible is that they can be provided by sporting gear or shoes in case they wish to go for a run in the Lazienki Park which is a mere 2 km from the hotel. The only demand for the guests is to choose their size. If this is not wonderful, then what!

THE BAR: It serves a wide selection of cocktails, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, complimenting an extensive and excellent wine list. The décor of the bar and restaurant has been inspired by The Great Gatsby, reflecting the Art Deco characteristic style. Its simplicity and elegance recalls the roaring twenties in pre-war capital living.

BREAKFAST: Truly impressed with the quality of breakfast. (Not a buffet).
You are served any of the items listed on the Breakfast Menu list and there were indeed variable options.
Fresh Orange juice, Carrot, Cucumber and Passion fruit. The selection of eggs was varied also, with scramble eggs, omelet, Egg benedicts and English breakfast. Out of the Energy Menu I had the Natural yogurt with raspberries / strawberries, but there were other options too, like Porridge with fruits or savory, Quinoa porridge with raisins, nuts and honey, or varied Millet with apple, cinnamon or honey.

For the ones with a sweet tooth there was a variety of Pancakes (apple, raspberry sauce and maple syrup) a variety of Waffles or French toast with orange marmalade.
From the Savory selection there was a Cheese and Meat selection. (Smoked salmon/ cottage cheese/chive) and Beef tenderloin / mushrooms/ Polish-style potatoes.
In all, the overall variety is plentiful, the service exceptional, not to mention the nice presentation and cozy atmosphere of the restaurant.
What a lovely way to start your day!

RESTAURANT: The food is on a Michelin star level. “Salto” is the signature restaurant of Martin Gimenez Castro, the winner of the first Polish edition of TV program “TOP CHEF”, one of Warsaw’s culinary celebrities. The Salto menu reflects the Chef’s Argentinian roots and personality. It offers South American delicacies, full of fish and seafood as well as famous Argentinian steaks which are prepared in the contemporary style and with the use of modern techniques.(Check for my separate Restaurant review).

PRIVATE DINING: 3 rooms available for a great level of privacy.

ASTORIA ROOM: Located on the 1st floor it is the largest private dining room of the restaurant ideally designed for business breakfasts and gala dinners or meetings for up to 30 guests. Smoking is allowed here too!

TIP: Check out for Gift Vouchers!

IN ALL: I whole heartily recommend this lovely hotel for all the above reasons. The team and management know well how to make guests feel important and valued. With these people around, their loyalty, happy mood and impeccable service, we truly felt like VIP guests. Continue working with passion and be yourselves guys. Keep the good work up!

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Beautiful **** Hotel

by written on July 5, 2003

Below please find description from Worldres Lodging:

"The Hotel Rialto, occupying a beautiful and fully restored building from the turn of the century, is the first and only de-luxe boutique hotel in Warsaw, offering the highest standards of comfort and service to both the leisure and business traveller. Discreetly located on the outskirts of Warsaw’s Central Business District within easy access to all business, entertainment, historic and shopping areas, 10 kilometres from the airport and 10 minutes from the historic Old Town. Art Deco in theme and design, all of the hotels 45 rooms and suites have been individually and uniquely designed and are decorated with original art and furniture of the period, creating warmth and harmony, elegance and comfort. All amenities, fixtures, fittings and services are of the highest standards, complimented with attentive and friendly service Facilities include a fitness room with cardiovascular machines, sauna and steam rooms, cigar room, culinary academy and exclusive access to a nearby private sports and racquet club with indoor and outdoor tennis courts, squash courts, 25m swimming pool and fully equipped gymnasium. Facilities also include a restaurant serving the best of international cuisine, lounge bar and cigar room and 2 meeting rooms which are the perfect venues for small meetings, receptions and intimate private dining."

The hotel is very stylish and unique, you should definetely see it!

Unique Quality: Property Summary
45 rooms. 6 stories. Built in 1906. Renovated in 2003. Only boutique hotel in Warsaw, stylish, unique, central location

Credit Cards Accepted
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Eurocard

Check In/Check Out
2 pm / 12:00 noon

Smoking Policy
This property has non-smoking rooms.

Directions: right in the very city of Warsaw

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Address: ul Wilcza 73, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-670, Poland

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free High Speed Internet

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