Hotel Warszawa

When history and an inspiring vision for the future converge, great things emerge and are born.

When history and an inspiring vision for the future converge, great things emerge and are born. This can surely be said about the newly opened Hotel Warszawa, once the tallest building in the land when it came to be in 1934, known then as The Prudential. A symbol of the Warsaw Uprising, it withstood the onslaught of the Nazis in 1944, yet stands transformed today. Its rebirth borders on the spiritual, the reincarnation of a monument’s soul into a higher form, now as a super-luxurious hotel for the world to admire. Vision and labor has melded marble, with bright chromes and warm wood, with original concrete ceilings in harmony with the new, all coming together to create a sense of unique elegance. The emphasis here is on relaxation and renewal; top-notch restaurants, a spa with treatments, a fitness centre, and a pool all make Hotel Warszawa stand taller than the rest!

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Plac Powstańców 9, Warsaw
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