Built in 1913 and reopened in 2005, this city hotel is spread over 7 floors and comprises 206 rooms, of which 7 are suites and one is a large English apartment, and offers an interesting architectural mixture of the historical with new, modern elements. An elegant, air-conditioned lobby awaits guests with a reception (open 24 hours) and lifts, as well as a hotel safe and a cloakroom. Culinary options include the Viennese café, Strauss and a cosy bar, Bojangles, as well as the Ludwikowska restaurant with swing music. Further facilities include 6 function rooms for meetings and conferences with high-tech audiovisual equipment and a 24-hour business centre. Video rental is available on request. Internet access is available and laundry and room services as well as medical assistance are also offered to hotel guests. Those arriving by car may make use of the hotel car park.
This attractive city hotel is situated at the heart of Warsaw in the financial and shopping district. The Palace of Culture and Science lies directly across from the hotel. In the immediate vicinity (around a 100-metre radius) guests will find numerous shopping venues, nightclubs, bars and restaurants. Links to the public transport network can easily be reached on foot and are located around 100 m away. In addition, the train station is within 500 m away and Warsaw airport is situated approximately 8 km from the hotel.
The tastefully decorated and welcoming rooms come with a seating area, a king-size bed, a bathroom with hairdryer, a direct dial telephone, a satellite/ cable TV, a radio, Internet access, a minibar/ fridge and a hire safe. The air conditioning is individually regulated.
Guests may work out in the in-house gym. In the well-maintained grounds there is a sun terrace where guests can relax and let their cares slip away, and there is also a sauna.
Guests can enjoy the daily luxury breakfast buffet with over 200 food items. From the very early morning the hotel will pamper guests with freshly sliced fruits, premium cold cuts and meats, a wide selection of hot dishes including those from Asia. Also assorted French cheeses, caviar, sparkling wine and vodka are the daily standards. tHE days in Warsaw can be ended with a delicious meal in the Strauss Restaurant, over a drink listening to live piano music or watching an exciting sports event on TV in the Bojangles Bar. Experience truly European and Polish cuisine in the relaxed atmosphere in Strauss Restaurant. Menu was conformed to the guests expectations offering homemade cakes and freshly brewed coffees, distinctive lunch, a la carte dinner menu to the assorted dessert and wines.
American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard and VISA are accepted as methods of payment.
Direct dial telephone
Satellite cable TV
King size bed