Fodor's Expert Review The Westin Warsaw
al. Jana Pawła II, Sródmiescie, Mazovia, 00–854, Poland
The pleasant, contemporary form of the Westin fits in well with the context of aleja Jana Pawła II, one of the most interesting streets in Warsaw in terms of new architecture. The elevators are fitted within the glass tower, so that you can admire the view while you ride up and down. The lobby, which has a spiral staircase, feels cozy for a big hotel, and you may notice echoes of Mies van de Rohe in the Fusion restaurant, which is famous for its Sunday brunch that even Varsovians often book in advance. Inside the comfortable rooms, Westin's trademark "Heavenly Bed" is not an empty promise.
- very comfortable
- spacious rooms
- high Internet charges
- long walk to Old Town
Rate Includes: Free breakfast