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Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw

/ Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw
Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Warsaw

Contacts

Country: Poland

City: Warsaw

Address: Ul. Krakowskie Przedmiescie 42/44, Warsaw 00-325, Poland

Phone number: +48225511000

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Interior goals
Interior goals
I’m in love  #luxuryinterior
I’m in love  #luxuryinterior
Feeling sleepy...if only my bed was as comfortable as this.
Feeling sleepy...if only my bed was as comfortable as this.
This has been my most comfortable stay for the whole trip...
This has been my most comfortable stay for the whole trip...
One month today and I’ll be sitting here at @hotelbristol...
One month today and I’ll be sitting here at @hotelbristol...
It's a bliss to be able to come back to the warmth of...
It's a bliss to be able to come back to the warmth of...
Warsaw bound in March. Staying at @hotelbristolwarsaw Loo...
Warsaw bound in March. Staying at @hotelbristolwarsaw Loo...

Reviews

#1
Lovely hotel
This is one of the loveliest hotels to stay in here in Warsaw. Location next to the old town is perfect, and the layout inside is modern with history well kept, and of a high standard.

Facilities are great, lovely bar, lovely breakfast and super comfy rooms.

I’d say it’s only let down is size of Spa space to relax. After a Sauna and steam I found no where to sit as all the places taken when I visited.

On one occasion I stayed the shower head was not great, but again it would not deter me from returning.

But not to hold back, as the venue is definitely one of the best in the city.
Review by Ollie J

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#2
In a word, excellent!
Just back from a quick trip to Warsaw that we decided we needed a hotel with a pool for. This narrows your choices to the more luxury end of the market. After some consideration we selected to stay in the Bristol and we were not disappointed.

The location is great - right next to old town.

The staff were all excellent. Right from check-in to check-out the service was top class.

The breakfasts were the usual European 5 star affair of a mix of hot and cold offerings and some great bread. All very relaxed but attentive at the same time.

We stayed on the 7th floor so we had quite a big room (2 in fact).

The standard of fixtures, fittings and cleanliness were superb. Could not fault.

So if you are visiting Warsaw and want a treat, stay in the Bristol!
Review by SotonByrne

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#3
Hotel Bristol
For our 4-days visit in Warsaw – we selected Bristol because of its location , 600 m to old town.
As a bonus , we’ve got following :
1)    Spacious room with window to the park.
2)    Excellent noise isolation, so we could rest after long walks
3)    Friendly staff.
4)    Many restaurants in nearby area, including great Zapiecek’s .
5)    Bus lines to important attractions have stops near the hotel, including bus 175 to-from Chopin airport.
Review by forever

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#4
Wonderful legendary hotel !
Very nice location next to the president palace and nowy swiat a street full of nice cheap restaurant of any type..
Delicious breakfast buffet with polish specialities and in a nice environment.
Room very clean and very generous with towels and toiletries which is not always the case in 5 stars. Even chocolate given at room evening service!
Wine bar fantastic at bottom floor next to the lobby.
Many veey famous celebrities slept here , like for example Gerard Depardieu, mick Jagger or president Kennedy...
Review by Valentino D

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#5
Excellent in many ways
A four night stay and it was excellent. Very welcoming with extremely friendly staff. Our room was clean and classic, overlooking the park.
The hotel is situated on the edge of the Old Town and provides an old fashioned splendour. This area appears to be by far the best part of the city.
We had Sunday Brunch... we have a home in Dubai and the brunch in Warsaw was sedate, excellent and deffo not Dubai brunch... great.
Pool and spa area is very nice and we were made to feel so welcome. We could not have chosen better. ( The cocktails are just.... splendid)
I have one criticism... check out was complex and the bill ..complicated, this resulted in issues over the charging, however, two emails and the situation was rectified.
Otherwise, nice hotel, great location, great staff, well done.
Review by KevanJ

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#6
Beautiful Hotel!
We stayed there for Christmas and we are all pleased about the quality of the rooms and bars / restaurant. It is a period hotel as it was built in 1900’s but the rooms have just been redecorated and are very chic. Staff in bar kept it open for us although it was past their close time. The restaurant staff was nice and so was the food. Breakfast is very excellent and exclusive. Room service very speedy and meals are delicious. I’d recommend it and we will be definitely coming back!
Review by Magster10

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#7
Luxury hotel in the old town
I’ve stayed at the hotel on a number of occasions in recent months. The hotel always feels luxurious and the staff are very friendly. The rooms are always very nice, good sized, clean and comfy. The breakfast offers a great variety, and the hotel has a nice bar - although it is often very quite. The gym is well equipped and normally fairly quite. In terms of location the hotel is only a short stroll from the old town, and the concierge has been able to recommend some great restaurants.
Review by Cillian H

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#8
Wonderful stay in Warsaw!
I've just returned home from a 5 night stay at the Bristol Hotel in Warsaw. Everything was lovely -- the hotel is very clean and luxurious, the staff are friendly and helpful, and the food was also great (certainly at the Cafe, but I'd also say that the buffet breakfast is not to be missed!) This was my first trip to Warsaw, and to my eye, there are two popular locations for tourists to stay -- the Old Town area (where the Bristol is) and downtown. I believe that the two are about 1.5 miles apart and certainly offer different amenities in the surrounding area, but I prefer the Old Town area over downtown. To me, it's much more pleasant in terms of walking down the street (very pretty decorations this time of year), architecture of the buildings, and plenty of good restaurants plus the market/Old Town center are very close by. Also, we found the gym to be small, but have everything that you would want at a hotel gym. The one downside (and I feel this to be true throughout much of Europe), is that the steam heat was warmer than what I'm used to. It's harder to control than dialing a thermostat and we ended up needing to open the windows to sleep. This was a minor drawback, if you'd consider it one, and I'd definitely recommend this hotel!
Review by weberc528

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Description

Location
Our hotel is situated on the historic Royal Route, adjacent to the Presidential Palace and steps away from the charming Old Town, magnificent Royal Castle and alluring Saxon Garden.

Rooms
Equal parts enchanting and emblematic, our refined guest rooms and suites boast distinct, understated interiors: harmonizing Art Deco nuances inspired by the hotel’s evocative roots, with modern, yet timeless classic details. Mahogany framed windows—and in select suites, French doors with balconies—open to reveal a variety of encapsulating sights, including the Royal Route, city park, Presidential Palace, and hotel courtyard, while simultaneously illuminating a small sitting area and filling the space with fresh air.

Indoors, individually controlled air-conditioning combines with state-of-the-art entertainment, including a LCD television with multilingual programming, an iPod docking station, and a radio and alarm clock. A mini bar provides private refreshments, while a work desk allows for seamless communication thanks to Wi-Fi. Unrivaled relaxation comes courtesy of the soothing gray marble bathroom, where premier Waterl'eau GD bath amenities unite with plush bathrobes and slippers. Additionally, nightly turndown service on plump, alluring beds wrapped in crisp white linens ensures an unrivaled night’s sleep.

Food & Drink
Hotel Bristol’s iconic Art Nouveau facade, Art Deco-inspired décor, and unwavering dedication to providing rare experiences infuses each of its dining venues, beginning with the famous Café Bristol, which has served as a top city venue for over a hundred years, thanks to its unsurpassed selection of recherché desserts and coffees. The hotel’s innate elegance also extends to Marconi Restaurant’s two dining rooms and split-level green patio, which serves as a stunning backdrop to the restaurant’s inspired international, Polish-influenced cuisine and buffets, including Sunday brunch. Indelible pre- or post-dinner drinks and snacks, meanwhile, come courtesy of the Column Bar, features an impressive cocktail menu, and Bristol Wine Bar, which serves a meticulously curated selection of wines from the world’s most celebrated vineyards.

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