Fodor's Expert Review Polonia Palace Hotel
al. Jerozolimskie 45, Warsaw, Mazovia, 00–692, Poland Fodor's Choice
Following decades of faded glory—and a two-year-long complete restoration—this grand dame reopened in 2005 in a condition that is once again worthy of its name. When this hotel opened in 1913, it was the best address in Warsaw. Corner and front rooms have what is, perhaps, the coolest view in town: the socialist realist Palace of Culture and Science, which is right across the street. The rooms are spacious, although they differ in size and layout, with modern, muted decor and comfortable amenities. The breakfast is an adventure in itself, a full splash featuring caviar and champagne or vodka (yes, we mean breakfast); it is served in the elegant space with the windows to the street, allowing you to watch the morning life of the capital.
- excellent location
- excellent breakfast
- busy reception
- expensive extras (room service, in-room Wi-Fi)
Rate Includes: Free breakfast