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I stayed at the Bristol for 3 nights in mid September 2018. I thought the hotel was outstanding. Everything was excellent. It is in a great location. The service and food were great and the room, although old style, was very nice. In reviews my...More
From the moment we arrived I felt cared for. I had booked an executive room for my two sons and me. When we checked in I found out that it wasn’t big enough so we had to upgrade to a suite. There were two available...More
Top class service, rooms and breakfast.
Staff delightful and helpful. Faultless service.
Only niggle was that breakfast coffee could be hotter but breakfast buffet superb and in a class of its own.
Perfect central location for historic centre and major museums. Hotel imporessive art deco...More
I stayed for a night early this month. The hotel is very conveniently located and is adjacent to the old town. The hotel is classical in style and the bedroom was comfortable. The bed was exceptionally good. The shower was above the bath - but...More
From the moment we checked in to the moment we checked out, my husband and I were very well cared for at this hotel. As a Marriott/SPG Platinum member, we were upgraded to a junior suite and immediately presented with a lovely welcome gift in...More
Situated in the heart of Warsaw, on the famous Royal Route, Hotel Bristol has served as the city’ s most r emarkable landmark and distinguished destination since 1901. The main founder and first owner of the hotel was the famous Polish pianist, composer and Prime Minister - Ignacy Jan Paderewski. Since its foundation it has been renowned as the most luxurious hotel in Poland, setting trends in art and design, keeping pace with modernity.
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To be honest, we were part of a group of 40. That's probably why we got a good room rate. In our package, breakfast was included. That being said? You can walk outside the hotel in the morning and visit any number of cafes... More
To be honest, we were part of a group of 40. That's probably why we got a good room rate. In our package, breakfast was included. That being said? You can walk outside the hotel in the morning and visit any number of cafes and bakeries. Might be a cheaper option.