Hotel Bristol – A Luxury Collection5 stars

Krakowskie Przedmiescie 42/44, Warsaw, Poland | map | get directions |

Stunning landmark.
Hotel Bristol – A Luxury Collection
Hotel Bristol – A Luxury Collection
Hotel Bristol – A Luxury Collection
Hotel Bristol – A Luxury Collection
Hotel Bristol – A Luxury Collection

Why this hotel? Stunning landmark. Easy access to gay scene. Free WiFi.

9.18 Exceptional - based on 4301 reviews

A European classic and a Warsaw institution for over a century. Combining history and modern luxury, Hotel Bristol A Luxury Collection has a state-of-the-art indoor pool, gym, sauna, restaurant, café, wine bar and free WiFi in public areas.

Several cultural attractions are within walking distance of the hotel, such as the Teatr Wielki, the Old Town and the National Gallery of Art. Heaven Sauna, codeRED cruise club and other gay venues are just 10 minutes away by taxi.

venue: hotel | features: bar, cafe, restaurant, swimming pool, massage, gym, free wi-fi



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  1. Excellent service.

    “The W Bristol hotel is located in the heart of the city. Surrounded by shops ,restaurants and tourist attractions. The hotel interior is classy and beautiful with excellent service to match.the room is high ceiling and spacious. No free Wifi in the room. The room rate is very reasonable . It felt like you spent a night in the castle.“


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