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Warsaw Hotel Questions

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I am planning a trip for May 2016, and would arrive and depart Warsaw by train in the middle of a 3-week trip. I am leaning toward 3 nights based on what I want to see – arrival on Friday around noon and departure on Monday.

We usually don’t stay near train stations or airports, but the train station in Warsaw appears rather close to the main action, and there is a huge appeal to me of simply walking to a hotel and dropping off the luggage, and then easily being on our way to enjoy Warsaw. It seems we would be able to maximize our time this way, including when we depart (not having to allow time for traffic, getting taxi, etc).

Any thoughts on the pros and cons of this strategy in Warsaw?

We usually look for accommodations that are locally owned, but in this case I am leaning toward a larger hotel so I can get some reliable features: wifi, non-smoking, a bathtub, luggage storage. On booking.com today here are some cancelable options for 3 nights. Would appreciate any input on location, quality, price, etc. I don’t much care whether breakfast is included but I list it here for price comparison:

Novotel Centrum 850 zl, no breakfast
Marriott 1,094 zl includes breakfast
Westin 1,036 zl, no breakfast (non-refundable rate is 2/3 of this price)
Rialto 1, 257 zl, no breakfast

Thanks for your input!

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