Welcome to our list of hotels in Warsaw Poland. With a focus on penthouses, we’ve scanned all hotels in Warsaw Poland with a fine-tooth comb to bring you the best, most highly rated accommodations out there. Warsaw is a fine place to visit with its mix of Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, neoclassical and contemporary architecture. Penthouses are a nice way to travel, especially in a foreign, Eastern European city such as Warsaw. Due to its resiliency from being destroyed and rebuilt throughout the centuries, Warsaw has earned the nickname Phoenix City. Before we get you to the following hotels in Warsaw Poland, let’s take a look at some background information on the city to help you along the way.
Warsaw, with a population of around 1.7 million people, is the capital and largest city in Poland. Flowing through the city’s east-central region, the Vistula River is Poland’s largest river and is lined with historical buildings and castles throughout the country, places such as Basilica Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption, Toruń Castle, Kwidzyn Castle and Gniew Castle, which you can actually book and stay in here! The Warsaw Stock Exchange, founded in 1817, is the largest exchange in Central and Eastern Europe. Warsaw, along with Frankfurt, London and Paris, is one European Union city with the highest number of skyscrapers, and the tallest building in Poland, the Palace of Culture and Science.
Warsaw’s roots can be traced back to 1596, when Polish King Sigismund III Vasa moved his court from Krakow to the area due to its central location. In those early years, private and independent districts, which were ruled by their own laws, were set up and comprised of noble aristocrats, their land and the gentry social class below them, only to be besieged by Swedish forces soon thereafter. Shortly past the turn of the 18th century, Warsaw became an early-capitalist city until later in the century, when it was annexed by the Kingdom of Prussia, becoming the capital of South Prussia. Not long after is annexation, Warsaw was liberated by Napoleon, this time to be taken under Russian control in 1815. Russian control lasted for 100 years, when in 1915 the area was disrupted by German forces during World War I. The 1920 Battle of Warsaw saw Poland, on the brink of defeat, gloriously retake its city from the Russians, resulting in a decisive Polish victory. Poland remained in control of its country until late in 1939, when the invasion of Warsaw marked the beginning of World War II. After World War II Poland once again succumbed to Russian control by way of the Eastern Bloc. It took a Godly effort from Pope John Paul II during the early 1980s to start a movement toward liberal-democratic reforms, paving the way for Poland’s return to itself.
Today, tourism is very popular in Warsaw. During summer, temperatures average in the high 60s degrees Fahrenheit. Architecture, performing arts, museums, art galleries, sports and education are a few of the things that draw people to this Polish capital city. Warsaw’s most notable points of interest include Teatr Wielki, the Polish National Opera, Chamber opera, National Philharmonic Hall, National Theatre, Congress Hall, National Theatre, Grand Theatre, National Museum, Museum of the Polish Army, Łazienki, Wilanów, Carroll Porczyński Collection Museum, Warsaw Uprising Museum, Warsaw Fotoplastikon, Chopin Museum, Ujazdów Castle, Zachęta, National Stadium and more. Warsaw hosts many events throughout the year, such as the International Frédéric Chopin Piano Competition, Warsaw Autumn and Warsaw Film festival. Naturally, a major sport in Warsaw is European football. Legia Warsaw is one of the most successful professional football teams in Polish football history, having won 13 titles, with 7 of those titles coming post-2000. The city’s symbol is the mermaid, which can be found on statues throughout Warsaw, as well as on its coat of arms. Ironically, the people of Poland are some of the nicest in the world. Rather than converting centuries-old oppression into a malicious mentality, they have instead taken up a strong sense of pride, and returned to some of those early-capitalist roots, as evidenced by the fine hotels in Warsaw Poland listed below. Equipped with some background on this resilient and beautiful Eastern European city, it’s time to get you on your way.
Hotel Bristol Warsaw
Founded by Ignacy Jan Paderewski, the famous pianist and politician, Hotel Bristol Warsaw blends history and contemporary luxury with its neo-renaissance façade and romantic interiors, Art Deco design, air conditioning, LED TVs, mini-bars, free mineral water, butler service, a spa, a 24-hour front desk, wedding and banquet facilities, free WiFi, a restaurant and a cafe. Not far from this 5-star hotel you may encounter History Meeting House, kawiarnia Karowa 20 (cafe), Monument of Józef Poniatowski, Presidential Palace, Warsaw, Monument of Adam Mickiewicz, Mickiewiczowi Monument, Zapiecek (Polish restaurant), Chopin Point Warsaw (concert hall), skwer H. C. Hoovera (restaurant), Ojczysta Czysta (lounge), GOŚCINIEC Polskie Pierogi (Polish restaurant), Green Caffe Nero, Wesslow Palace, Kultura (movie theater), Bistro Ferpley (restaurant), Galeria Kordegarda (art gallery), Batida (dessert shop), Auditorium Maximum and more.
Hotel Bristol Warsaw is within feet of Krakowskie Przedmieście and Presidential Palace, 0.1 miles from Pilsudski Square and Carmelite Church, 0.2 miles from Warsaw University and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, 0.3 miles from Holy Cross Church, Zacheta National Art Gallery, Grand Theatre – Polish National Opera and National Theatre, 1.3 miles from Warsaw National Stadium and 2 miles from Royal Łazienki Park.
Approximate cost per night (Bristol suite): $292
Guards Tomb Unknown Soldier
Raffles Europejski Warsaw opened in 1857 and features 24-hour butler service, air conditioning, HD LED TVs, oak floors, contemporary art pieces, free limousine service, a spa, an indoor pool, a gym, a restaurant, a bar and a patisserie.
Across the street from Hotel Bristol Warsaw, Raffles Europejski Warsaw is 0.2 miles from Guards Tomb Unknown Soldier, 0.4 miles from Castle Square and Royal Castle, 0.6 miles from Nowy Świat Street and Warsaw Uprising Monument, 0.8 miles from Palace of Culture & Science and National Museum in Warsaw, 1 mile from Warsaw Central Station and 5.1 miles from Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport.
Approximate cost per night (signature suite): $951
Old Town Market Place Warsaw
With Old Town Market Square Warsaw views, free WiFi, luxury paintings, paintings, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, home theater systems, full kitchens, Nespresso machines and hairdryers, Mondrian Market Square Luxury Apartments is close to Bistro Warszawa, Restauracja Świętoszek Tartuffe (restaurant), Pamiątkowa Tablica Grzegorza Przemyka (historical landmark), Theater MILL (performing arts theater), Little Theatre Audience (performing arts theater), Old Town Market Place Warsaw, Centrum Interpretacji Zabytku, oddział Muzeum Warszawy (museum), Latem Bar And Restaurant, Kamienne Schodki (Polish restaurant) and more.
From here Old Town Market Place Warsaw and Mermaid Statue are within feet, St John’s Cathedral, Warsaw Wishing Bell, Warsaw’s Old Town Walls, Barbican and Castle Square are 0.1 miles, Sigismund’s Column, Holy Spirit Church and Royal Castle are 0.2 miles, Warsaw Uprising Monument is 0.3 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 1.1 miles, Warsaw Central Station is 1.5 miles, Warsaw National Stadium is 1.6 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 5.6 miles.
Approximate cost per night (3-bedroom signature suite): $614
Cost per person (five people): $123
Warsaw Central Train Station
Luxury Sky Penthouse Warsaw features free WiFi, seating areas, flat-screen TVs, living rooms, well-equipped kitchens with dining areas, dishwashers, coffee machines, electric tea pots and a terrace. Nearby you may find Pełną Parą Dim Sum Bar, Green Caffè Nero (coffee shop), Hebe (beauty supply store), Chmielarnia (gastropub), Costa Coffee, Sushi 77, Sushi King, Kuko Bread and Coffee, Kresowe Smaki Valentyny (restaurant) and more.
Fragment of Ghetto Wall, Norblin Museum and Rondo ONZ Metro Station are 0.2 miles, Warsaw Central Train Station and Złote Tarasy Shopping Center are 0.4 miles, Palace of Culture & Science is 0.5 miles, Castle Square is 1.4 miles, Royal Castle is 1.5 miles, Warsaw National Stadium is 2.2 miles and Warsaw Chopin Airport is 4.1 miles from this location.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $310
Cost per person (eight people): $39
St. Alexander’s Church
Antique Varsovia Penthouse is a split-level apartment that offers a balcony, antique furniture, free WiFi, a seating area, a kitchen with a dishwasher, a flat-screen TV and is found near Nowina (restaurant), Drugie Dno (brewpub), Vinoteka 13 (wine bar), Gucci, Restauracja Concept 13 (restaurant), Mon Credo (perfume store), Alkohole świata (liquor store), Pink Lobster (fine dining restaurant), Nu Jazz Zone (restaurant), SushiZushi (Japanese restaurant), Weles (bar), BARdzo (live music venue) and more.
From here you’ll find Le Guern Gallery 0.1 miles, Centrum Subway Station and Nowy Świat Street 0.2 miles, St. Alexander’s Church, Graphics and Poster Gallery, Palladium Theatre, Warsaw Stock Exchange and National Museum in Warsaw 0.3 miles, National Philharmonic, Foksal Gallery and Polish Army Museum 0.4 miles, Castle Square 1.2 miles, Warsaw National Stadium 1.3 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport 4.4 miles.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $273
Cost per person (eight people): $35
Warsaw Old Town Restaurants
Featuring free WiFi, a kitchen with a dishwasher, an oven and a fridge and a garden, Old Town Penthouse is situated close to: Warsaw Jewelry, Restauracja Portretowa (restaurant), Podwale Bar and Books, Horror House (amusement park), STOLICA (restaurant), Muzeum Cechu Rzemiosł Skórzanych im. J. Kilińskiego, Gospoda Kwiaty Polskie (Polish restaurant), Same Krafty Vis-a-Vis (gastropub), Maryensztadt (craft beer and food), Widokówka (restaurant) and more.
Old Town Market Place, Warsaw Old Town Restaurants, St John’s Cathedral, Mermaid Statue, Warsaw’s Old Town Walls, Barbican, Holy Spirit Church and Warsaw Wishing Bell are 0.1 miles, Castle Square, Warsaw Uprising Monument, Royal Castle and Sigismund’s Column are 0.2 miles, Presidential Palace is 0.5 miles, Palace of Culture & Science is 1.2 miles, Royal Łazienki Park is 2.5 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 5.5 miles from this locale.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $130
Cost per person (eight people): $17
Warsaw Poland Uprising Museum
Penthouse Sirena has free WiFi, a garden, a terrace, a flat-screen TV, a well-equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and is found near Kaskada Urody (beauty salon), Shahi Curry (Indian curry restaurant), Źródło (beer store), Pasticceria Mignon (dessert shop), FRAC (grocery store), SHOKU (restaurant), FITOLOGY (yoga studio) and more.
Warsaw Trade Tower and Warsaw Poland Uprising Museum are 0.2 miles, Pekao Tower is 0.5 miles, Norblin Museum is 0.6 miles, Warta Tower is 0.8 miles, Palace of Culture & Science is 1.2 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 1.7 miles, Royal Castle is 1.8 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.3 miles from this penthouse.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $107
Cost per person (six people): $18
Fragment of Ghetto Wall
Glass Terrace Penthouse offers 2 bedrooms, air-conditioning, a terrace, free WiFi, a kitchen with a dishwasher, an oven and a coffee machine, a sauna, an indoor pool and can be found near Ewa Nizioł (beauty salon), Sushi World, Bar Dla Wszystkich Kercelak (self-service restaurant), Winosfera Chłodna (modern European restaurant), Pho 206 (restaurant), Bar Waga, Cafe Celeste (wine bar), Saint Jacques (French restaurant), CityFit (gym), Casa Ristoranti (Southern Italian restaurant), La Lucy (cafe), Restauracja Fusion (restaurant), Bombay Masala (Indian restaurant), Oprawa Obrazów Warszawa Paciorek (art gallery) and more.
Warsaw Trade Tower is 0.2 miles, Pekao Tower is 0.3 miles, Norblin Museum and Warsaw Uprising Museum are 0.5 miles, Rondo Daszynskiego Metro Station, Pawiak Prison Museum, Spektrum Tower and Rondo ONZ Metro Station are 0.6 miles, Nozyk Synagogue, Warsaw’s Hospital for Infectious Diseases and Fragment of Ghetto Wall are 0.7 miles, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews is 0.8 miles, Warsaw Central Station and Palace of Culture & Science are 1 mile, Castle Square is 1.3 miles, Royal Łazienki Park is 2.5 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4.6 miles from this location.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $317
Cost per person (six people): $53
Palace of Culture & Science
H15 Boutique Hotel has free WiFi, air conditioning, modern interiors, seating areas, flat screen TVs, balconies and fully equipped kitchens. It can be found close to: UL (restaurant), BEZ TYTULU (restaurant), Pierogowo Zapraszana (restaurant), Warsaw Estate (restaurant). Momencik Vegan Restaurant, Globe Glasses (restaurant). Dar Mounia (Moroccan restaurant), Cophi (cafe), Essence (beauty salon), Lente (restaurant), Youmiko Vegan Sushi, Tel Aviv Urban Food (restaurant), Kraken Rum Bar, Girzzly Gin Bar, Too Thai (restaurant), Wilcza50 (modern European restaurant), Tapas Bar Gemba and more.
From here Graphics and Poster Gallery is 0.2 miles, Warsaw University of Technology is 0.3 miles, ORCO Tower and Warsaw Central Station are 0.4 miles, Le Guern Gallery, Złote Tarasy Shopping Center, Palace of Culture & Science and St. Alexander’s Church are 0.5 miles, Nowy Świat Street is 0.7 miles, Presidential Palace is 1.2 miles, Castle Square is 1.5 miles and Warsaw Frederic Chopin Airport is 4 miles.
Approximate cost per night (penthouse apartment): $542
Warsaw undoubtedly is a fine place to travel. Most of the younger generation has at least a basic understanding of the English language. We are confident that the above Hotels in Warsaw Poland will make for an equally fine experience. We hope you have found value in this information, and most of all, that you enjoy your trip to Poland. Na zdrowie!