Since it opened in 1991, this hotel's bright pink, blue, and yellow illusionist facade has startled more than a few Varsovians. Inside, however, the decor is more conventional, and the service is impeccable. The rooms are reasonably sized and warmly furnished in soft rosewood and flowered prints. Now part of Radisson Blu chain, Sobieski is primarily devoted to caring for the needs of business travelers.
Jul 1, 2000
This hotel has a nice lobby, and good location, as well as restaurant, but that's it. Rooms were small, underground parking expensive, with car spaces for very compact cars. Powdered eggs for breakfast. Service politely rude.