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Already at the stage of booking a room a foreigner in Poland is faced with many traps.
Many people, on the basis of price, distance from the city center or simply by delegating their booking to an assistant/secretary, are forced to stay in gloomy and unpleasant conditions.
Personally, I would not recommend the Novotel hotels - both in the city center and by the
airport, as well as the Sofitel Victoria and Marriott at the airport. The Bristol Hotel is also not recommended - the price is completely disproportionate to the quality.
The Sandgate (formerly the Gromada hotels) hotels are also a nightmare, both the one by the airport and the one in the city center. These hotels are still deeply stuck in the communism era, and the atmosphere there is simply depressing. Girls have trouble
getting in, and the rooms are small, cramped, and unpleasant (especially at the Novotel City Centre).
So here is a list of hotels worth recommending:
I present the newest challenger to the Raffles - an opulent, eye-catching hotel that brings an exciting spark of freshness to the city. The Verte Hotel, Warsaw, Autograph Collection offers an exceptional stay! Guests can enjoy the restaurant with delicious food and beverages from the bar or use the fitness center to keep up with their exercise routine. Spend some time surrounded by nature, strolling through their garden, after relaxing in the air-conditioned rooms, which are equipped with everything you need: desk for work/study; kettle for tea and coffee lovers; safe for storing valuables; Flat screen TV perfect for watching movies late at night - plus luxurious bathrooms with showers. This hotel offers rarefied relaxation in the center of Warsaw.
Warszawa Hotel – Plac Powstańców Warszawy (Powstancow Warszawy Square)
This famous building has certainly undergone a lot. It has seen the pre-war splendour of
Warsaw, being the tallest building in the city at the time, and during the Second World War, it experienced a lot of destruction. Built with 1,250,000 bricks, the building was completed in 1933 at a height of 61 meters. The first building in the Polish capital to exceed 15 stories, built in the New York style - then known as the Prudential Insurance - became the first skyscraper in the city. During the Second World War, its height gave it great strategic importance. When the Warsaw Uprising broke out in 1944, the tower became the main target of the Home Army and was captured on the first day of the battle - for the first time in five years the Polish flag flew over the city. The Germans launched a series of fierce attacks to capture the tower, but they were not successful in their attempts to regain it, due to strong resistance from the defenders.
Today, it is one of the state-of-the-art hotels in Poland. If you want to try delicious Polish food during your visit to Warsaw, be sure to check out their restaurants: "Warszawska " restaurant and "Szostka" Restaurant.
The Raffles Europejski Warsaw is located in the Old Town.
The hotel has made a triumphant return in a stylish and modern look. The interior of of the hotel is almost like an exhibition space for contemporary art, with beautiful custom-made pieces. The standard here is very high, making it the crème de la crème among the Warsaw hotels. If you are looking for true luxury, this is the place for you.
The suites of the H15 Boutique Hotel have everything you need for a comfortable and
stylish stay in Warsaw. With 28 beautiful suites to choose from, you are sure to find the one perfect for your needs. Some rooms are equipped with a kitchenette, so I would definitely recommend this hotel if you like to cook for yourself during your trips. Thanks to their commitment to privacy and discretion (no need to use your room card in the
lift) you can be sure that your stay will be exactly as you wish. So, if you are looking for a
place that is trendsetting and comfortable, the H15 Boutique Hotel is the place for you.
The Polonia Palace is a historic hotel that has been recently renovated and equipped with modern amenities while retaining the charm of the old world. The pride of the hotel is the English suite, which features an elevated leisure section with an oval window. The hotel is also pet-friendly and is located in the city center, close to the main train station. If Warsaw is just a stopover on your stay in Poland, and you prefer to travel by rail, I strongly recommend booking a stay at this hotel.
The InterContinental Warsaw
The suites at the Inrercontinental Hotel are fully serviced and all the amenities you could need or want are included in the room rate, making it an ideal situation for business travelers looking for a more comfortable and luxurious option. If you are looking for something really special, do not forget to ask about the rooftop swimming pool on the 40th floor!
The Sheraton Grand Warsaw
The Sheraton Grand Warsaw is a great option if you are looking for a luxury hotel in the heart of Warsaw. With recently refurbished rooms and numerous eating places, you will be able to relax and enjoy your stay.
The Westin Warsaw
The Westin Warsaw is the perfect choice for a luxury accommodation in the heart of the city. The rooms are beautifully decorated and well-equipped, and the Executive Lounge is a real bonus. If you are looking for a five-star hotel in Warsaw, this is certainly one to consider.
The Radisson Collection Hotel (Grzybowska Street)
With its convenient location near the UN Roundabout metro station and just 1 km from Warsaw Central Railway Station, it is perfect for business people, but also excellent for tourists thanks to its proximity to historical monuments and tourist attractions. The hotel offers 311 rooms with a view of the city, an all-day restaurant and 8 banquet halls with a total area of 590 m 2 for events from weddings to conferences. Whether you are visiting
Warsaw for business or pleasure, the Radisson Collection Hotel is sure to make your trip a success!
The Nobu Hotel Warsaw
One of the latest developments on the Warsaw hotel market is the Nobu Hotel Warsaw. The elegant, modern architecture combined with the early 20th century art deco style and design is an inspiring example of the modern
spirit of Warsaw, which never forgets its past. There are 117 rooms and 19 suites - including a Private Spa Suite - which are equipped with yoga mats, traditional Japanese tea sets, Nespresso machines, and more. If you are looking for a quiet hotel where you can relax, you are sure to be satisfied. Staying at the Nobu Hotel Warsaw has the added bonus of virtually soundproofed rooms, giving you a break from the hustle and bustle of the city in the heart of Warsaw.
The Mamaison Hotel Le Regina
The Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is the ideal destination for those looking for a five-star hotel in the Old Town of Warsaw. With its luxurious features and amenities, it is sure to make your stay in Warsaw unforgettable. The restaurant at the hotel, La Rotisserie, offers exquisite cuisine that will delight your taste buds. Whether you are looking for a relaxing break or a delicious meal, the Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is the place for you.
As far as the Warsaw Chopin Airport is concerned, the Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel is very pleasant (and is right next to the airport), likewise the Sound Garden Hotel (a little further away).
Warsaw is a great city for business travelers and holidaymakers alike. The Renaissance Warsaw Airport Hotel is the perfect place to stay thanks to its convenient location and soundproofed rooms. Conference facilities are top class, as are the nGin Bar and Challenge Restaurant. Do not forget to work out in the center and use the pool and sauna, fitness center, before enjoying some delicious Polish food! Do not worry about the noise caused by the proximity to the airport, the rooms here are soundproofed. This is an excellent option for those who have a longer connecting flight in Warsaw and then fly further.
The Mercure Warszawa Airport Hotel in turn provides an affordable option located halfway between the airport and the city center. So, does the Golden Tulip Warsaw Aiport Hotel.
I would not recommend using the concierge service to order escort girls - they are very confused and uninterested, for example, the concierge at five-star Hotel "X ;) " directs guests of the Presidential Suite to.... a very cheap and not at all located close to a brothel, and this leaves a huge distaste. I have this news first-hand, unfortunately.
Taxis are another pitfall lying in wait for visitors. Fortunately, there are fewer and fewer taxi drivers who want to scam their clients, but there are still some who see their opportunity in foreigners. I do not recommend using Uber - the drivers are not familiar with the city, the cars are old and unpleasant, and the drivers usually do not speak a
word of English or Polish. If you are seeking an inexpensive option that also provides good value, install the MyTaxi application. It comes with a Lite feature, which is not far off the price of Uber. The drivers usually speak English and know the city well.
Where to eat?
I recommend Nolita, Czerwony Wieprz (the Red Hog), Stary Dom (the Old House), Różana (The Rose Café), Akademia, Belvedere, Pod Gigantami, Platter by Karol Okrasa, Enoteka, Kieliszki na Próżnej, Rozbrat 20, Koneser Grill. The Nobu restaurant is overrated. However, I am giving this restaurant a chance to improve in the future.
These restaurants are also good:
- Seafood Station Restaurant & Oyster Bar.
Aleje Jerozolimskie 93
- Thai Thai
Pl. Teatralny 3
- PAM PAM Restaurant
ul. Emilii Plater 9/11
ul. Ossolińskich 3
- U Fukiera
Rynek Starego Miasta 27
ul. Jazdów 1B
- BI BA BO Restaurant & Cafe
ul. Nowy Świat 66
- U Kucharzy w Arsenale
ul. Długa 52
- SWING Asian Fusion Restaurant & Cocktail Bar
ul. Nowy Świat 31
The Polish Różana Restaurant is one of the best places to taste Polish food in Warsaw. The decor may look luxurious, but the prices certainly are not, and the Polish Różana Restaurant is recognized throughout the city as one of the best dining experiences in the vicinity. The catfish fillet with white onion sauce, and green pepper sauce with blanched spinach, garlic, and black lentils is heavenly. Try also a roast duck with apple sauce, cranberries, potato purée, and baked apple. Many people claim that this restaurant is open until the last client, and it does not matter if it is midnight or dawn. So the next time you are searching for a delicious and reasonably priced meal in
Warsaw, be sure to call the Polish Różana Restaurant!
The Stary Dom Restaurant is a rustic, substantial serving, full of joy Polish experience. Usually crowded by happy guests. You will quickly discover why: they are good at what others too often fail at. For example, the service is good, the prices are fair, and the food is well above average, sometimes inspired. If you fancy hearty comfort food during your stay in Warsaw or just want to try something new, I highly recommend a visit to this
place. The Nolita Restaurant is the epitome of fine dining in Poland. From the exclusive menu items to the impeccable service, this restaurant does not overlook any detail. However, despite its luxurious nature, the Nolita is affordable
and inviting. Whether you are going for a business meal or a romantic evening out, the Nolita Restaurant is sure to exceed your expectations. If you are in search of an unforgettable dining experience, be sure to drop by there - it is the best restaurant in town.
If you want a taste-check of what the Soviet Union was like or just want to try some good old-fashioned socialist bloc cuisine, then the"Red Hog" (Czerwony Wieprz) is the place for you. With an elite 1950s and 1960s interior and a menu full of diverse and well-presented dishes, this restaurant has something for everyone. If you are lucky, you might even
spot a celebrity or two! I definitely recommend a visit to this charming place next time you are in the city.
If a sophisticated yet relaxed dining experience with world-class wines and fresh seafood is what you seek, then the Boathouse Restaurant Garden Lounge is the perfect place. Located on the banks of the Saxon Meadow (Saska Kępa), with stunning views of the park and sunset, the Boathouse is one of the longest-established restaurants in Warsaw. Although it is popular for special occasions, do not hesitate to visit it and try the excellent lobster soup or the highly-rated Sunday buffet brunch. Whether you are seeking a venue for a romantic dinner or want to impress your business clients, the Boathouse is the perfect place!
The Belvedere Restaurant is one of the most prestigious and romantic restaurants in Warsaw. If you are ever in the neighborhood and searching for something to eat, I recommend checking out this restaurant. It's tucked away in the ‘New Orangery’ in the middle of the Royal Baths Park (Park Łazienkowski) and serves no mean food. Moreover, it is always great to be able to say you had lunch in a 200-year-old building, isn't it? If you are looking for a place to eat at the highest level, this is the place for you! With floor-to-ceiling windows, tropical plants, and elegant tableware, the Belvedere offers a unique and unforgettable dining experience. After all, food deserves a good atmosphere! The menu features fresh seafood, meats and seasonal dishes that are sure to delight you. So if you are just about to find a luxurious and romantic dining experience in Warsaw, be sure to visit the Belvedere Restaurant!
As well, the Royal Baths Park itself is a must-see for any nature lover or anyone who appreciates stunning landscapes and architecture. So next time you are in Warsaw, be sure to pack your camera and enjoy a day in one of the most beautiful parks in Europe!!
Where to have a drink?
The most secure option is a hotel bar. There are some really cool hotel bars - the Panorama Sky Bar at the Warsaw Marriott Hotel, the Intercontinental Bar, and the Long Bar at the Raffles Europejski Warsaw. Another option is Mazowiecka Street. There are a lot of clubs there, which can be divided into several groups depending on the target demographic and music genres. I do not recommend the Enclave club that is situated there. It is small and cramped and the bar line stretches for miles. Furthermore, there are no emergency exits.
For a drink, I recommend the Ritual Club or the Weles Bar. If you like Latino and love to dance, the Teatro Cubano, which is located near Mazowiecka Street, will be a very good choice. Instead, you could try Na Lato, this favorite Powiśle district spot is definitely worth a visit whether you're looking for a good meal or just a night out. The international dishes are cooked to perfection and the atmosphere is perfect for either relaxing or dancing the night away. Make sure to stop by next time you're in the area!
If you are seeking a good wine bar, the Mielżyński Wine Spirits Specialties is the place for you. The wine selection is exhaustive and the expert personnel will make sure you find the perfect wine for your mood. The light snacks on the menu are also a great complement to your drinking. If you are ever in Warsaw, be sure to come over to this incredible winery!
If you're in Warsaw and looking for a unique drinking experience, head to the Polish Vodka Museum. With two different bars to choose from, you can sip on delicious artisanal vodka infusions or enjoy a cocktail inside the refined post-industrial interior. You can also take in the lovely seasonal views from the terrace or listen to live music. Whether you're looking for a romantic date night or just a fun night out with friends, the Polish Vodka Museum is worth a visit.
If you’re heading out to town, leave your passport and cash in the hotel safe. If you need an ID, then take your driver’s license and take just 200-300 Polish Zlotys in cash.
Warsaw is a pretty safe city but you can still be met by a pickpocketer.
I most definitely don’t recommend the go-go and striptease clubs. They exist solely to draw as much money as possible out of you, often by fraud.
If you’re coming to Warsaw for a bachelor party, then I recommend booking a professional dancer prior to your trip who will perform for you for an agreed sum. For Example, Ela: https://tancerka-erotyczna.com/en Such a cost is usually around 300-500 euros. If you’re planning such a trip as a groom-to-be or a groomsman, contact me and I’ll help you organize a quality and safe bachelor party.
Ordering escort girls in Warsaw
If I were you, I wouldn’t think that you’ll find a supermodel for 50 or 100 euros. Prices here are the same as in other European countries. When it comes to prices charged by great-looking girls who speak good English and have fair standards, then the prices vary between 200-400 euros an hour.
I recommend searching escort girl warsaw, escort girl warsaw independent in Google or using euroescortgirls, and escort.pl directories where the verification is decent (the girls need to provide their passport copy). Remember, however, to tick ‘verified ads’.
If you want to further verify ads, ask for a full-body selfie (no face, as most girls, won’t show it) with the date and time on it. I also recommend contacting the girls via Whatsapp or email – many agencies use only old-type phones, with no IOS or Android. If a girl has no online contact option, then it’s most likely a brothel or an agency.
Most independent callgirls in Warsaw only offer the outcall option, with no incall available. The cost of an escort girl in Warsaw, Poland can vary depending on the services requested and the experience of the escort. Independent escort girls usually charge higher rates than those working for an agency. The cost of an independent escort girl in Warsaw, Poland can range from a few hundred to a few thousand euros depending on the services offered and the duration of service. When booking with an independent escort girl, it is important to discuss all services that will be provided upfront to avoid any misunderstandings or extra charges. Escort girls in Warsaw are highly sought after by those who are looking for companionship and pleasure. These attractive young women come from all walks of life and offer their clients an exciting range of experiences. With their beauty, charm, and wit, these escorts will ensure that you'll never forget your time in Warsaw.
Laws in Poland
Prostitution in Poland, both offering paid appointments as well as taking them, is LEGAL.
Possession of drugs, including marihuana in small amounts for personal use only, is ILLEGAL.
It is also illegal to consume alcohol in the streets.
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