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All reviews jazz bar central location old town busy intersection small balcony open the window a lot of noise communist era trams and buses excellent location the main train station modlin airport short stay public transport bars and restaurants nice bathroom stayed here for one night
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Reviewed 12 August 2015 via mobile

Great that it's so close to the city center for getting around and exploring. Half of the rooms overlook the busiest roundabout I've ever seen though, and that meant it was extremely noisy when the balcony door was open. When I shut the window it became unbearably hot. Ask for a room that doesn't overlook the roundabout and as high up as possible. There is no a/c or fans, the latter being easy to provide, one would think.Good value still, and the staff are friendly. Would recommend for a stay in winter.

Date of stay: August 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank 903danp
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Reviewed 12 August 2015

Stayed for one night in August (during the heat-wave).
It's centrally situated, close to the Warsaw Central Train Station and the Metro. Staff are very friendly and helpful, the free WiFi is excellent, the paid WiFi is even better. Breakfast is varied and very good quality.
Standard rooms don't offer A/C and mini-bar, so it's very difficult to have a nice time during the heat of August. And if you open the window, the noise from the street is unbearable.
All in all, too pricey for what it offers.

Room tip: Standard Rooms don't have A/C or mini-bar
Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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Thank Nick H
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Reviewed 7 August 2015

Rooms simple, neat and modern, with a clean, refurbished bathroom, free water bottles and TV. Bed on the narrow side, but OK, comfortable enough. Great view from the hotel room, right where the two main arteries of Warsaw cross. You cannot be more central, the hotel is at bus and metro stop Centrum which says it all, opposite the Palace of Culture and a five min walk from the Central Railway station. Direct bus from the airport (175).
Problems? If you book the standard, most economic room, there is no airco. It is a problem in Warsaw in the summer.The rooms are on the sunny side, which means a lot of light in winter, but in the summer it may be too hot inside. Well, it is too hot, the hotel mgmt should do something about it.

Breakfast is excellent, tonnes of food in a nice, bistro-style restaurant.
Wifi is free and works fine.

Date of stay: August 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Ag M
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Reviewed 5 August 2015

It is summer in Warsaw...and it's toasty...and there is no A/C...and you have to leave the windows open...but then it's really noisey...it's a nice place otherwise...good breakfast and great location...but they have to get A/C...because it's not comfortable otherwise.

Date of stay: July 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Patpv
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Reviewed 4 August 2015

We stayed at this pleasant hotel for 12 nights. The description and pictures of the hotel provided on its website are current and accurate. As soon as we arrived from the Chopin airport we checked in smoothly without any issues. The reception staff spoke fluent English, were professional and helpful, and made us feel welcome. After viewing our room, we asked to change for a room facing away from the main square, and this was promptly accommodated. Our room was cozy, spacious and quiet. Both room and bathroom were tidy and clean, and were cleaned daily. Room Service and free Wi-Fi were good. For the guests of the hotel, there is a computer available for use in the lobby. Next to the lobby, is the in-house Jazz Bar and Bistro which offers a great variety of tasty food for breakfast and delicious meals and cool live jazz music in the evenings.

The hotel has a perfect location right in the heart of Warsaw. A currency exchange desk is conveniently located next to the hotel entrance. If you prefer transportation, subway, streetcar and bus stops are just outside of the hotel allowing easy commute to just about anywhere from here. However, this location is within walking distance to most places we wanted to see during our stay in Warsaw. The Warszawa Centralna railway station within 10 minutes’ walk, provided us with a convenient, just over 3 hours’ ride to the historical city of Krakow on our way to visiting Auschwitz. Also within 10 minutes’ walk, is a splendid shopping mall Zlote Tarasy, which rivals great shopping malls from any of the Europe’s capitals, and offers designer label fashion in hundreds of brand name shops, and delicacies in its many restaurants. We found the dark chocolate drink at the Pijalnia Czekolady E. Wedel to be something out-of-this-world-yummy. Within about 25 minutes’ walk southeast from the hotel is the Lazienki Park, which is the largest park in Warsaw and is worth a visit. Most notable features amid the landscaped gardens include the Chopin monument, and the Palace on the Island. Originally the residence of Poland’s last monarch, Lazienki Park is a Palace-Garden complex which impressed us as the most beautiful landscape park in Warsaw and one of the most beautiful in Europe in terms of both its greenery and architecture. Within about 30 minutes’ walk northwest from the hotel towards the Old Town, is the Ghetto Uprising Monument where we witnessed a ceremony by students who come to this haunting monument from many Israeli schools almost daily to remember their slain ancestors who in 1943, have chosen to rather die here with honor, than to live without it. After hearing these kids sing Hatikvah, one could not help feeling that this revolt, although defeated by outnumbering German soldiers, was not in vain.

The price of the stay in the hotel was reasonable. Would stay here if we're back in Warsaw again and would recommend with confidence. October-12, Alena and George, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Room tip: Rooms facing away from the main square are quiet.
Date of stay: October 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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