Warsaw is a business city first and foremost, and occupancy rates reflect that. Prices dip the moment the clock hits Friday, 5pm, and you’ll find some great discounts available if you hunt around online. A good place to start is at poland.inyourpocket.com where our Hotel Calculator scours booking engines for the best rates based on your criteria (you can thank us later). The Warsaw hotel market reflects the city’s image as the corporate briefcase of Eastern Europe and comes well equipped with five star offerings as well as a new breed of options for thrifty travellers. Warsaw now has a group of Golden Keys concierges and their tips for the coming months can be found in our Ask the Concierge box.
Here is a list of recommendations depending on what you are looking for.
Be King of the Castle by booking into Castle Inn, where rooms custom designed by local artists offer a uniquely modern angle to the Old Town setting.
For something more upmarket check into the Polonia Palace, a restored art nouveau building bang in the centre. Or why not see what it’s like to be a (wealthy) local, and rent out an apartment – we vouch for Residence St Andrews, class apartments in an A1 location.
Oki Doki is ideal if you’re looking to meet up with random travelers from around the globe, especially since the hostel promises "the cheapest beer in Warsaw, while newcomer Moon Hostelis a little more upscale (flatscreens in the rooms) and a little less backpackeresque if you've aged out of beer deals.
MaMaison Le Reginais the perfect honeymoon experience, and right in the middle of romantic new town.Alternatively, you can splash out on the all Art Deco junior suite at the Rialto to truly impress your significant other.
The city has seen a number of new hotels in recent years and while we can vouch for all the major hotels, it might be worth taking a look at the price comparison service hotelcalculator on the hotel pages of poland.inyourpocket.com.