Warsaw’s Royal Route, on which Hotel Bristol centrally sits, runs from its Castle Square, south through the Polish capital’s Old Town to the striking Wilanów Palace. It passes the 15th to 17th-century churches and palaces that lend this city its outstanding architectural credentials – and right next to the Presidential Palace, this art nouveau hotel has enjoyed the splendour of its surroundings since 1901.
Inside, marvellous high-ceilinged marble public spaces are complemented by 206 rooms and sumptuous suites with midnight velvet accents. Much like the rich breadth of Warsaw’s history, Hotel Bristol spoils guests with fine drinking and dining. Its Café Bristol is dedicated to delicious desserts; the Marconi Restaurant’s two spotless dining rooms and terrace focus on Polish cuisine; while the stylish Column Bar serves glamour with every glass.
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