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Hotels in Warsaw

We will be traveling to Warsaw at the end of October. We've been there before, and stayed at the Warsaw Centrum. I'm looking to stay somewhere less "generic" and more of a boutique type of hotel this time. Can anyone suggest somewhere they've stayed and really loved that was smaller and a bit more of a "local flavor"?

Posted by
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Our dollar goes a very long way in Poland, so when I visited in May I stayed at two lovely hotels, preferred MaMaison LeRegina as it was extremely quiet and in a garden setting, at the far end at the edge of old and new town, and then at the Hotel Bristol, further down on Krakowskie Przedmiescie and definitely a luxury hotel but for a huge queen room it was about $115 per night. Lots of Art Nouveau details and meticulous attention to your every need, very clean and well-appointed.

Posted by
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I was born in Warsaw so I just stay with family when I'm there, but look at and set the filter on "Old Town" under "Neighborhood/Area". There are a lot of atmospheric hotels in that part of town. You can get there by taxi or subway.

Posted by
191 posts

I second christa's suggestions. Last year I stayed at MaMaison LeRegina and it was fantastic! (booked a great rate directly on their website) I had friends who stayed at the Bristol and really enjoyed it last year.

Have a great time!

Posted by
106 posts

Thanks Christa and Stephanie! I checked out MaMaison, and it looks fantastic and exactly what I'm looking for. I think we're going to book it.

Thanks again for the suggestions!

Posted by
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Hi Christine- you've probably already booked a place but maybe for the benefit of others who might read the thread. I was in Warsaw a few weeks ago and stayed at the Chopin B&B. Prices were exceptionally reasonable (under $100), rooms are decorated with lovely antique furniture, there is a nightly Chopin piano concert, communal breakfast in the morning, and it is right in the city center (one block from National Museum). Would definitely stay there again.