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HOTELS » Hotels in Warsaw


The Hilton Warsaw is an ultra-modern 27-storey skyscraper opened in 2006, situated in the downtown business district, three kilometers from the Old Town. The 314 contemporary guestrooms are equipped with 26- inch HD flat-screen televisions with satellite channels, wireless high-speed Internet connections, three direct-dial telephones with voicemail, laptop safes, minibars and tea and coffee-making facilities. All feature large work desks, ergonomic chairs, and premium bedding with non-allergenic feather pillows, designer throws and duvets. Marble bathrooms include robes, slippers, tubs, showers and complimentary Crabtree and Evelyn toiletries.


Those seeking relaxation can unwind in the health club and spa, which boasts an indoor pool, spa tub, solarium and beauty salon. Night owls can chill out in the contemporary Axis Bar, which offers one of the city's widest selections of vodkas. The lobby bar is open round the clock and the two restaurants keep serve a range of modern European, Polish and barbecue dishes, prepared using fresh, seasonal ingredients. After dinner, guests can browse for souvenirs in the shopping arcade or take their chances in the onsite casino. Business guests can enjoy access to 3,000 square meters of convention facilities including 12 meeting rooms and a grand convention hall that can accommodate up to 1,000 people. The modern business centre is staffed by a dedicated conference team. Multilingual front-desk staff can provide around-the- clock room service, exchange currency and arrange dry- cleaning services. Secure underground car parking is available for those arriving by car.



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