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Things To Do
The hotel is located in the business and financial district of Warsaw. 5-10 minutes walk to all the main office buildings of downtown and only a 5 minutes taxi ride away from Warsaw's Unesco World Heritage monument - the old-town.
The Palace of Culture and Science, museums, theatres, restaurants, bars and clubs are within easy reach either by walking or in a short cab ride.
From Warsaw Frederic Chopin International Airport (WAW) is 20-30 minutes away by car and a city taxi costs approx. 40,-- Polish Zloty (= approx. EUR 9,--). Limousine transfer bookable via the hotel.
Guests should note for the hotel pool - Children (4-16 years old) are admitted at the pool on Saturday and Sunday (13:00- 16:00), when accompanied by an adult.
In and Around Town
Warsaw’s Old Town
The historic centre of Warsaw, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is a lively place full of cosy alleys, squares, galleries, cafés and restaurants.
Palace of Culture and Science
Completed in 1955, the Palace is the embodiment of Socialist Realist architecture and the tallest building in Poland, offering spectacular views of the city.
Palace in Wilanow
The summer residence of King Jan III Sobieski is a wonderful representation of European Baroque, surrounded by a grandiose, Italian garden and a romantic park in English style.
Copernicus Science Centre
Copernicus Science Centre is a kingdom of experiments, where every visitor can discover nature’s mysteries, conduct experiments on their own and, above all, have a lot of fun.
Royal Baths Park
Established in the 17th century, Royal Baths Park is a palace-garden complex that serves as a museum, a place of cultural events and a favourite place for walks.
Places related to Frederic Chopin
The highlights include Holy Cross Church where Chopin’s heart is interred, the cutting-edge biographical museum, and the memorial in Royal Baths Park.
The largest and most modern multifunctional arena in Poland comes with a municipal park, sight-seeing tours and family food options.
Shopping in Warsaw
Warsaw offers over 20 shopping malls open 7 days a week, featuring local and foreign brand stores as well as numerous cafés, restaurants and places of entertainment.
Warsaw Rising Museum
Being one of the most visited places in Warsaw, this modern museum guides visitors through interactive displays, video footage and photographs from Warsaw Uprising in 1944.