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The luxurious Marriott Warsaw hotel is located at the heart of Warsaw, next to the Central Station and close to Golden Terraces shopping centre and the city's most interesting tourist sites. The Palace of Culture and Science, the National Museum and the Frederick Chopin Museum are within walking distance. This hotel offers elegant rooms with views to the city. It has a fitness centre equipped with state-of-the-art machines, a spa where guests can indulge in massages and body treatments and an indoor heated swimming pool. The hotel has four restaurants where guests can choose from Italian, Asia...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Reviewed 2 december, 2021
The location of this hotel is perfect! The check-in experience was not great at first as there was only one staff member available who seemed to be rather busy with paperwork and calls. Luckily, a very friendly and attentive lady appeared after several minutes of waiting. My status was recognised and I’ve received an upgrade to a Junior Corner Suite. The room offered amazing views, however, the rooms feel rather dated and tired - even though it’s not necessarily the case as it seems like the hotel was (at least partly) refurbished less than 10 years ago. It did not necessarily feel like a 5* hotel, even though it was well-kept and very clean. The breakfast was pretty good, although the choice could’ve been slightly better. I liked the fact that the food was served until 11 am daily and that it took place in a spacious and tastefully decorated restaurant. The (temporary) executive lounge experience was pretty good, however, I’ve only managed to try it once during my 3 night stay. I’d definitely return to this hotel because of the location and the views - but a refurb would make this hotel outstanding.
Unforgettable view and nice service
Reviewed 1 december, 2021
I have been in this hotel for 3 days few times. All the time it was unforgettable experience, the staff is very nice and the building is in great location. Overall the view from the window is amazing. I can’t describe it with the words - you have to experience this beautiful hotel!
For business yes for romance look further.
Reviewed 7 november, 2021
If you want a real five star luxurious and romantic experience this is not the place. Although the hotel feels slightly dated rooms are quality but classical. The service is nice, your clothes are folded and your mess is neatly arranged as you would expect. Front of house is accomodating and service orientated. A big plus is the skybar with good drinks and views. Five star for a business hotel with a good price point.
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Reviewed 30 october, 2021
The Warsaw Marriott was extremely enjoyable in almost all regards. It has an excellent location and several fine restaurants within a block or two. The front desk was fast and efficient and everyone in the hotel is extremely pleasant and helpful. My only complaint was the in-room entertainment system. I stayed there for a week and the only English language programming on the television was CNN and some British new stations. I totally understand we are in Poland and that most of the channels should be in Polish. But there was literally more Chinese in Arabic programming than English. Odd, since virtually everyone in the hotel spoke English. I really liked the hotel in most regards, but since I will probably have extended stays in Warsaw in the future, I might look for someplace else.
Great location, comfortable rooms, but forget about COVID precautions
Reviewed 9 october, 2021
I spent two nights here in a relatively comfortable room with a nice view. Breakfast was decent -- good selection if awkwardly laid out. Gym was undergoing renovation, but there makeshift recreation facility wasn't bad. My major complaint has to do with the passive-to-nonexistent covid precautions taken here. During the day, it seems most in the hotel/lobby/etc. were willing to comply with the posted signs advising guests to wear masks and limited the number of people in an elevator -- probably because they were mostly hotel guests. At night though -- once the rooftop bar opened -- forget it. Bands of locals enter the hotel main entrance, link up with others in the lobby, and head to the elevators and the 40th floor. Any masks? Any elevator limits? No. Any Marriott employees within sight? Also no. Disappointing.