Riding high in the charts for trendiest places to stay in Warsaw, H15 apartments are located in what has always been one of our favourite buildings in the city. Originally built in 1892 in the secessionist style it went on to become the home of the Soviet embassy in 1924, was taken over by the Nazis during the war, hence saving it from destruction, although they did chisel out the hammer & sickle from the beautiful bas-relief above the entrance. Nowadays it has undergone yet another metamorphosis and has been stunningly renovated, a head spinning conversion which sympathetically blends the old and the new. Twenty eight ‘cool as a cucumber’ apartments of varying size are on offer, all of which are designed to perfection. Their website is keen to point out that this is truly “a home away from home”. Hmmm, obviously they haven’t seen our flat!
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