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InterContinental Warszawa

/ InterContinental Warszawa
InterContinental Warszawa

Contacts

Country: Poland

City: Warsaw

Address: ul Emilii Plater 49, Warsaw 00-125, Poland

Phone number: +48223288888

Photos

43rd floor swim on a chilly Warsaw afternoon.
43rd floor swim on a chilly Warsaw afternoon.
What a view. <br />
Definitely going back there more than...
What a view.
Definitely going back there more than...
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...and that's how it looks like from the 20th floor
...and that's how it looks like from the 20th floor

Reviews

#1
One of the best hotels we've stayed in.
We were on the 36th floor excellent views. Recommend room 3610. The floor with Exec. lounge access is a must.
The Exec. lounge is on the 41st and has superb views over the city. We visited from 6 to 8 when there is a varied
(nightly) meal service. As we'd been out all day it was a ideal...and no need to go out for meals. An open bar
helped was good too!!!
Review by PiratesofCroydon

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#2
Huge room, amazing breakfast, excellent value
My wife and I were very happy with this place. Fantastic location in the center of where the locals go for dinner and entertainment, rather than the tourist-trap area of Old Town, but still very close to the famous sights. Breakfast was really one of the best I’ve had in a hotel. Our room was quite spacious, with classy decor and a beautiful view of the Palace of Art and Culture. Plenty to see and do within walking distance. The pool area was crowded, but it’s one of the few pools in the whole city on such a high floor, so that was understandable. We still enjoyed it. Would definitely consider staying there again on our next trip to Warsaw.
Review by Andrew Pelletier

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#3
A great place for a relaxing weekend!
I wanted a short weekend away from the snow in Bavaria, so I chose to head... North!

I found a flight that worked for me to leave on Saturday and fly back on Sunday. I booked a room at the Intercontinental Hotel Warsawa. I was very pleased.

Everything about this hotel from the location, the service and amenities is top rate. Bedding is comfortable, the shower and tub are great and the view from 3002 is awesome. The spa is one of the best ever. The only one I have ever seen that competes with it is at...yes, another Intercontinental, the Intercontinental Bucharest!

Well worth the money!

I highly recommend this hotel and will be back.
Review by Eurotraveler110

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#4
Exactly what you would expect
From start to finish this place is incredible. Check in was very easy with a friendly host. Complimentary upgrade to a corner room. Service throughout the stay was impeccable. Downtown Restaurant was very good, went to great lengths to ensure we were informed about the gluten free options. Spa and pool is amazing, very clean and provided towels and robes. Room is excellent and views are amazing. No faults with the stay at all. Breakfast was great too.
Review by Craig M

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#5
Superb!
We spent the new year eve period there! Fantastic hotel!
As a Spire Elite member of IHG, they upgraded my reservation.. The view from the room is amazing! The staff were super friendly and helpful! Breakfast is rich and has great variety.
Spa area is excellent, although little bit short on relaxing bed in my opinion but its ok.
If you arrive by car, i would suggest parking outside the hotel, just across the road there is a big public parking which is much cheaper then the Hotel parking.

This was really a joyful stay!
Review by Rodik R

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#6
Feels like home even more!
Room was spacious and comfortable.
View of Clock tower and overall city was superb
swimming pool and Gym were fabulous and felt like being on top of the world
breakfast was tasty. especially the different varieties of cold fish with cheese
staff courteous and friendly and addressed all concerns that have come abound. and they all spoke English fluently
Review by Shabib A

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#7
What a great stay
We stayed here on two seperate occasions and I have to say they were both very enjoyable. We stayed on the club level and it was spacious and relaxing.....much like our room. It is a 20 minute walk from the centre of town so not really close to the old city but was opposite the grand soviet era palace. Need it was a 2 minute walk to the main station so if you arriving by train it is ideal. Great room, great staff, will return!.
Review by Grant T

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#8
A nice time
We went to Warszawa for new years eve and the Intercontinental was a perfect choice. A nice new clubroom the 38. floor with a stunning view over the city and a lovely breakfast so you can't ask for more on such a busy weekend at the end of the year.
A very special and big "Thank you Sir" to the GM for his help and understanding of our problems.
Hope to come back one day!
Review by Micha G

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Description

Location
Set in a landmark contemporary tower in the heart of the city, the InterContinental® Warsaw hotel is close to the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Voted Poland's Leading Business Hotel in 2017, it has more than 1300 square metres of superb conference space, including a ballroom and the private, 41st-floor Club Lounge.

Rooms
The 414 rooms which start on the 24th floor are divided into classic, executive and suites with all types having separate walk-in showers and tubs in their bathrooms. Executive rooms are located on the Executive Club floors offering access to the Club Lounge with a range of drinks and snacks available throughout the day. Rooms are warm in décor, mixing reds with browns, deep carpets and highly polished wooden furniture. The suites are spacious and all have dizzying views over Warsaw’s skyline. Bathrooms are clad in cream marble.

Food & Drink
Platter is the restaurant of celebrity chef Karol Okrasa who delivers an impressive menu of dishes inspired by regional Polish cuisine to which he adds a sophisticated 21st-century twist

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