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Where to Stay in Warsaw

The bustling metropolis of Warsaw is Poland’s largest city as well as its economic and cultural centre. When travelling here, visitors will find what they need in hotels in Warsaw regardless of whether they’re in the heart of the city or another area. Travellers can also find many hotels near the airport. Warsaw is a city with a tumultuous past that has emerged from the Second World War and Soviet era to become the thriving capital of Poland. In the city, you can take in great architecture, follow in the footsteps of Chopin, people-watch in the cafes of Old Town, or visit the historically important Jewish quarter. For more tips, see our guide to what to see and do in Warsaw.

Old Town

As evidenced by its name, Old Town is one of the oldest parts of Warsaw. It was mostly destroyed during World War II and painstakingly rebuilt. It now boasts some of the city’s most fascinating buildings as well as a great number of museums, including the Museum of Warsaw and Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature. There’s a concentration of attractive accommodation options in this area and visitors can find many places to stay, including last-minute hotels in Warsaw.

1. Hotel Chmielna

Centrally located, Hotel Chmielna is close to all that Old Town has to offer. Its modern decor makes it a perfect choice for travellers looking for cheap hotels in Warsaw.

2. Sofitel Warsaw Victoria

This hotel offers luxurious rooms at a reasonable price. Situated near the Polish National Opera, it is a great choice for travelers who want to be close to culture.

3. H15 Boutique Hotel

This boutique hotel in Warsaw offers stylish luxury. H15 also houses a great restaurant with a modern menu.

Warsaw Airport Hotels

Travelers can benefit from staying near a major airport. Rates tend to be reasonable, and there’s no chance of being stuck in traffic. Airport hotels can also be a great place to find last-minute hotels in Warsaw. Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) is the main international airport in the city. The vast majority of travelers pass through Chopin.

1. Airport Hotel Okecie

From its flat-screen TVs to modern bars and restaurants, everything about this hotel will pleasantly surprise those looking for cheap hotels in Warsaw.

2. Courtyard Marriott

This hotel in Warsaw offers room service, dining, and a fitness centre.

3. Hotel Barnabitow

You can still find a boutique hotel in Warsaw close to the airport. Barnabitow has a vintage feel as well as a dinner and a morning buffet.

Spa Hotels in Warsaw

Relax after a day of exploring by staying in a spa hotel. These properties offer great amenities to help you wind down at day’s end.

1. Hotel Bristol

Hotel Bristol, located in Old Town, offers luxurious rooms and Urban Sanctuary, a spa with a wide range of services.

2. Mamaison Hotel Le Regina

Located within steps of the Vistula River, Mamaison boasts a Roman-style spa and an indoor pool.

3. Radisson Blu Sobieski

This business district boutique hotel in Warsaw is located within walking distance of the metro. It offers a salon, fitness centre, and spa.

Whether you want a pool, spa, or room service, you can find what you need when you filter by amenity or area using Skyscanner’s hotel search.

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Halyna Repetska

Beautiful city. You can also go to the royal palace and the scientists museum, and everywhere to be delighted. Good communication.


Love the vibe in the old town. Venture to the hip street called Nowy Swiat also the newly open promenade along the Vistula river.

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Wandering SoberAtyrau

The town is a bit sketchy. I hiked all over the place and had a lot of incredible food. After about 40k hike through the national park I saw a drunk guy get picked up by his friends and a block later he was in a fight with the driver. It got kind of bloody the mutual friend in the passenger seat never got out of the car and kept laughing.


Warsaw is huge and really spread out. Most of the tourist attractions are within the Old Town, which at least is walkable. There is a good network of city bikes


The least expensive month is February, with an average of £42 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Warsaw is September, with an average price of £66 per night.
The average price of a hotel in July last year was £56 per night. This is 6% more than the average nightly price of £53 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Warsaw, the expected average temperature in July is 19.2°C/66.6°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 24.8°C/76.6°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -4.0°C/24.8°F.
The nearest airport to Warsaw is Warsaw Chopin (WAW) (4.76 miles). Other nearby airports include: Warsaw Modlin (21.31 miles)

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