Warsaw

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Dear Warsaw Guests, 

It is my greatest pleasure and honour to welcome you to our beautiful city, a city which has a lot to offer at all times of the year. 

February & March are the typical winter months with temperatures below zero and a lot of snow. In spite of the changing climate, I sincerely hope you will have the opportunity to enjoy the snowy, picturesque views of the capital in the Old Town, along the Royal Route and in the Łazienki Royal Gardens. I’d particularly recommend visiting Wilanów Gardens around the Royal Palace any Saturday until March 13th, after dusk.

Spectacular light formations and synchronised classical music transform the gardens into a fairytale landscape. 

For those of you who prefer to stay active but indoors, I recommend one of my recent discoveries – the trampoline park. Hangar 646 is 2.700 sq. m. space, filled with trampolines, ramps for jumping, sponge pools and is an ideal place of fun for all from 3 years of age and over.
Warsaw has it all, from indoor sky diving at Flyspot, to shooting ranges, fun parks, bowling, escape rooms, paintball and carting racing centres.
Go ahead and challenge your hotel concierge…..We will be more than happy to assist you with this and we will come up with additional suggestions to crown your perfect day at a spa, top restaurant and club

What else can you expect in February and March? “Midsummer Night’s Dream”, “Hamlet”, “The Flying Dutchman”, Romeo and Juliet” and “Salome” are the highlights of the National Opera repertoire. The Warsaw Chamber Opera invites you to “The Barber of Seville” by Gioacchino Rossini, “Ariodante” by Georg Friedrich Handel among others, while “Mamma Mia”, “The Little Prince” and “Alice in the Wonderland” are well-known and popular hits at the Roma Theatre. Torwar Hall invites you to performances of the Gregorian Choir, Paul Anka, the British duo “Hurts” and the Georgian National Ballet “Sukhishvili” as well as for the MMA fights evening.

This information wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the twentieth jubilee Easter Ludwig van Beethoven Festival (12 to 25 of March). This great event, taking place mainly in the concert halls of the Philharmonic Hall and the Royal Castle, will gather virtuosos, famous orchestras and choirs to perform masterpieces of Beethoven, Chopin, Penderecki, Schumann, Debussy, Rachmaninov and others. 

Once you need a rest from of all these attractions, come and enjoy the one and only seafood brunch at the Sofitel Warsaw Victoria Hotel. Every Sunday from 12:30 in the perfect location between the Old Town and the modern city centre. 

We look forward to welcoming you!

Piotr Prasuła
Chef Concierge,
Sofitel Warsaw Victoria

 

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08.10.2010
Pan Mazur
USA
Great article. As a frequent guest at the Hotel Bristol I can personally vouch for the importance of a good concierge staff. I can also vouch for the GREAT concierge staff at the leMeridien Bristol! Mr. Biales and his staff are, perhaps, the most competant concierge staff in the city. No request is too big or too small. They make things happen when it seems impossible. You picked the cream of the crop, inyourpocket, when you went to the Bristol concierge staff for answers!
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