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Best area to stay in Warsaw

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Hi, we have just one night in Warsaw and we'd like to pick a hotel/B&B in the best area for walking to the main places of interest. We are travelling with our kids in their 20's so would be nice to be in the centre with most nightlife, shops, restaurants etc . Is it best to stay in the old town or closer to the station or any other suggestions?
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