Boutique Hotels in Warsaw: 5 Best Places to Stay

Update: January 24, 2024 r
Warsaw Poland best boutique hotels Old City
Warsaw Poland best boutique hotels Old City

If you are looking for a good boutique hotel in Warsaw, this article suggests 5 such hotels that are highly rated by guests and have a high standard. There are more and more comfortable hotels in Warsaw, but only the boutique ones offer thoughtful design, comfortable facilities and high-quality service.

In this article you will find 5 recommended boutique hotels in Warsaw – the capital of Poland, the largest and one of the most attractive cities for tourists. I am glad that you have decided to travel to Warsaw.

I’m sure that you will have a wonderful time there, visiting its greatest attractions such as the Łazienki Palace, the Palace of Culture and Science or the Copernicus Science Centre.

What is the best area to stay in Warsaw?

Choosing the best place to stay in Warsaw depends on your preferences, but some districts are much more convenient than others – especially from a tourist’s point of view. The best places to stay are the City Centre (pol. Śródmieście) and the Old Town (pol. Stare Miasto).

These are neighbourhoods located in the heart of the city, from where you have only a few steps to Warsaw’s most important attractions and monuments. You will find it convenient to get around by metro, and there are plenty of trendy restaurants and cafes in the area. These neighbourhoods will also be the most expensive.

The neighbourhoods full of greenery a bit further from the centre are also worth mentioning – Żoliborz, Mokotów and Wilanów. From each of these districts, you can get to the centre of Warsaw by public transport. The pace of life will be a little slower here and, thanks to the large number of parks, you will be able to relax in a slow rhythm.

In this article, I have selected 5 boutique hotels in Warsaw that are located in the city centre – so that you can explore the city in the best possible way.

1. Apple Inn

Apple Inn is my first proposal for accommodation in Warsaw. Travelling to Warsaw and looking for accommodation is a real challenge. No wonder – there are many options and it is difficult to decide. However, if you know that you are a lover of the center and want to be close to everything – Apple In at Chmielna Street it will be a shot in the top 10! 🙂

Just a few minutes to the metro station and no more than 400 m to the Palace of Culture. It is also close to the train station, Plac Defilad, the Museum of Industry, the Fryderyk Chopin Museum and the National Museum. Numerous cafes, restaurants and a grill bar in the area.

In the building itself, free wifi, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee-making sets and cosmetics sets. The hotel offers a communal kitchen, ironing facilities, a computer and a small library. At the bottom of the hotel, there is a cafe with great coffee and delicious breakfasts included in the price.

2. Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport

Courtyard by Marriott Warsaw Airport will be perfect if you come to Warsaw by plane. Modern, elegant and at the highest level. If you are going to Warsaw by plane or are looking for accommodation between successive stages of your journey – you will have very close to this hotel, because it is opposite the Chopin airport.

Quiet, comfortable, spacious, private parking, air-conditioning in the rooms, 24-hour reception, the possibility of bringing your pet. As if that wasn’t enough, exceptionally spacious bathrooms, beautiful interiors with lots of wood, a huge lobby, a bar in the facility, as well as a cafe and the Brasserie restaurant serving delicious and varied buffet breakfasts based on Polish and international cuisine.

There are numerous parks and various cafes nearby. The city centre can be reached by car in just 15 minutes.

3. Siedmiogrodzka

Siedmiogrodzka will be an ideal option if you are preparing for an active trip. A small apartment at Siedmiogrodzka Street, which is furnished in such a way that nothing is missing in it. Well-equipped, stylish, and clean, with a comfortable bed, terrace, and kitchen for use, and a seating area with a sofa and a TV.

The facility has an elevator, free private parking, wifi access, and windows from the courtyard, ensuring peace and quiet. The estate has numerous restaurants and cafes in the area, a playground, laundry, fitness, beauty and service rooms.

In the immediate vicinity of the Warsaw Uprising Museum, Wolności Park, Warsaw Gwary Square, Hanka Bielicka Square, or Sierpnia 1944 Square. Only 500 m will separate you from the metro station.

4. Vienna House by Wyndham Mokotow Warsaw

Located at Postępu 4 Street, Vienna House by Wyndham Mokotow Warsaw is monochromatic colours, loft accessories and modernist, minimalist interiors full of style. A large amount of greenery, velvet furniture, wood and simple forms make staying at Vienna House feel calm, luxurious but also harmonious. This facility is located in Mokotów, 3 km from Arkadia.

Free cancellation, wifi on site, air conditioning, access to the fitness centre, possibility of bringing a pet for an additional fee. There is a possibility to buy a delicious and varied continental breakfast. I remember the staff very nice, if you have any questions or requests – you can count on help.

5. Hotel Polonia Palace

And the last proposal – Hotel Polonia Palace. If during your stay in the capital, you care about the very centre, beautiful views around and proximity to everything and everyone – you couldn’t find better.

Everything is luxurious here – from the suites to the hotel’s decor, service, services and location. The latter is an absolute 10/10 because the facility is located directly opposite the Palace of Culture and Science. All rooms are soundproofed and contain heated floors, toiletries, a luxurious bathroom with a bathtub and a TV with satellite access. The proximity to the train station is a great option for those travelling by train.

For those who appreciate evening relaxation with a drink or good food, there is the Polonia Restaurant, which serves delicious dishes based on Polish and European cuisine. The proverbial “dot over the i” is the piano, which you can listen to during dinner.

You have already read all the ideas for accommodation in boutique hotels in Warsaw that I wanted to present to you. I hope one of my suggestions for where to sleep in Warsaw is perfect for you and you will have a wonderful time in this city. I wish you a pleasant stay in the capital city of Poland!

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