compared to price i padi was amazing hotel..early checkin, friendly service, very good location big rooms, ftiness room
The hotel was one of the best we've stayed in! Service, amenities, rooms...everything was without complaint. Breakfast came with the room and it was an impressive display of foods from around the world, cold and hot, homemade breads, fruits.
The decor of the hotel was gorgeous and we never came across an employee that wasn't friendly and helpful. The business center was large and had all the provisions.
Room service was quick and friendly; food was hot and tasty.
Perfect location for walking around the town, but next to bus routes if you choose to ride.
Unique Quality: The location, near Parliament, along a central road and bus route makes this the perfect hotel base for your travels around Warsaw.
Directions: Just off Al. Ujazdowskie near the Three Crosses monument, Parliament, and the embassies.
This place is one of the top addresses in Warsaw and usually not the kind of place I stay in. However, As a bargain hunter I noticed that there are weekend rates for as low as 50EUR/night for a double room. That's not bad for a five star hotel in central Europe, especially one with such an excellent location: Just a short walk away from Novy Swiat and the Aleje Jarolimskie main street with restaurants and pubs, but still in a quiet and safe area.
Unique Quality: The hotel offers 5 star comfort, even in the lower category rooms. The bathroom is very spacious and - as everything - impeccably clean. Amenities include coffee/tea maker, mini bar, TV, ironing facilities, room safe and internet connection. There is a small fee for internet usage, but wifi in the lobby is free.
The only problem with the 50 EUR fare was that breakfast was not included. Breakfast in the hotel itself was horrendously expensive, so that we decided to take our breakfast at a coffee shop which is just around the corner of the hotel. Other than that, the hotel was excellent – friendly, multilingual staff, a comfortable room and a wonderful atmosphere. If I get a fare that cheap again, I would not hesitate to book it again.
Directions: Very close to Nowy Swiat/Aleje Jerozolimskie. Just go suth from the roundabout with the palm tree, past Three Crosses square. Once you have passed the church, you will see the hotel.
A nice hotel close to the park...I have been staying there 4 months ago and I don't remember anything striking!
The hotel restaurant, even if on the expensive side, was quite good! I particularly remember their cold soup!
Unique Quality: The location of the hotel was not far from the center but it was in quiet neighborhood, close to a huge park...
I stayed in this luxary 5-star hotel two nights (for business) and I was amazed. This hotel is close to my imagination on ideal city hotel. The only disadvantage (not for me though) was lack of swimming pool. And everything in this hotel (drink bar, restaurant, shops) is very, very expensive by Warsaw standarts. Well, it's not a family run, charming, small hotel but more business-oriented one. But the hotel staff was very friendly, ready to satisfy my every requirement at once. .
The hotel room as I've just checked (click above on Check Deals for Sheraton Warsaw Hotel and Towers) is surprisingly not that expensive as for a fancy, 5-star hotel: 113.5 euros per room for two people (both in weekends and business days in February, 2006).
Unique Quality: I had top class, pretty designed quite large room with beautiful bathroom and everything at place: from large deask and mini bar to bathrobes, slippers and hairdryer. Add coffee and tea making facilities, ironing board and iron.
The hotel fitness center (free for hotel guests) is probably the best one I have ever seen with both dry and steam sauna.
Location: well, as a visitor I'd prefer to stay closer to the Old Time but... this hotel is located in safe area very close both to pretty parks to visit (Ujazdowski and Lazienki Park) and main Nowy Swiat St. (closed for traffic) leading to the Old Town. For a fan of sigtseeing it's a very good location.
Directions: By the Royal Way, close to Ujazdowski and Lazienki Park, some 20 min. to the Old Town. Map here
A very good hotel attentive staff and a very warm welcome. Rooms are good size.Bar is excellent. Drink is very expensive by Warsaw standars but a has a very good buzz at weekends with a live band. Sunday buffet is great with a really good choice from 12 till 4.
Unique Quality: The range of restaurants bars is very good
This hotel has to be one of the finest I have ever stayed in.
Newly refurbished, rooms are very large and comfortable, bathroom very nice, service amazing - all staff (especially reception staff) very friendly and helpful.
Fitness center was not operating when I was there, but I understand they have classes as well as equipment.
Location is quite central, a 5-minute walk to the main street. If you look around, you may be able to find a good deal online - I did ($75 a night)
Hello VT people,
Urgently I should go to Warsaw already this sunday. Look like I will stay in Sheraton, ul. B.Prusa 2.
This is my first trip to Poland. I will arrive to the international airport in the evening, could you give me advice what is the best way to reach the hotel?
Bus/train/taxi? What is the average cost?
Many thanks in advance.
Also any advices, what would be useful to see in Warsaw for such a short period (in fact I will have only 2 or 3 free evenings and no free daytime).
Hello VT woman!
- Bus - there is no direct bus from the airport to Sheraton. Both buses on the airport - no. 175 and 188 - have stops not far away from Sheraton, but since you don't know the city, I would not advise you taking bus.
- Train - maybe in a few years time there will be train on the airport;) There are such plans...
- Taxi - It should cost approximately 40 zloty from the airport to Sheraton. The only problem is to take "corporate taxi", not the "private ones". In "private" it is likely that you will pay much more. Personally, I'm using ELE Taxi (tel. +48 022 8 11 11 11) and in my opinion it is a solid company. As far as I know, also Sheraton has its own taxis (very expensive).
2-3 evenings should be enough for Warsaw as it is not very tourist-oriented city (like for instance Cracow is). Lazienki Park is quite nice in Summer, Old Town is a must-see point (you can go walk there form your hotel, nice 30-minutes walk), maybe also a Wilanow Palace. Warsaw Uprising Museum is something worth visiting.
Have a nice 3 days!
Thank you very much for the prompt reply!!! This is very helpful for me.
Have a nice weekend.
Cab will be definitely the best way.
According to my information only three cab-corporation may stay before arrivals area. However, all they are not very expensive, i.e ~2PLN/km (~0,5EUR/km). It means that you should pay not more than 30-40 PLN (~8-10 euro).
Have a nice time in Warsaw!
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Address: Ul. B. Prusa 2, Warsaw, Central Poland, 00-493, Poland