Archiv für Juni 2013

Accommondation in Warsaw

Warsaw offers a lot of hotels and forms of accommodation which offer single, double or triple rooms. They can suit all budgets. If you want to save your money, there is a large selection of discounted and budget accommodation to choose from including hostels or Bed & Breakfast.

If you do not mind to pay more, you will find a fantastic selection of 5 star hotels and apartments to choose from.

The most beautiful is Rialto. This is the first boutique hotel that was finished in art deco style. Most of the furniture is antique and it was selected at auction houses across Europe.

The most prestigious is Le Meridien Bristol. This one is already 110 years old. It used to be a top address in the decadent Warsaw in 1920s and 1930s. The most famous visitors include Margaret Thatcher and Nigel Kennedy.

Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is a three floor historical building that has its own character. It is a really peaceful spot where the customers can relax. The rooms are spacious with hand-made frescos with floral motives and elegant furniture.

Hotel Marriott has been opened since 1989 and it has already been visited by many important businessmen, famous film stars and even royal families who always really enjoy their time here. It is unique with its equipment for wellness, big centre for health and business centre which combines modern and classical style with excellent services.

Hotel Sheraton is situated in the south-east part of the historical square Trzech Krzyzy. It has nice magnificent atmosphere that is combined with the highest hotel standards. The rooms are equipped with modern furniture in light brown colours. The hotel has well equipped conference room which can be found in the highest floor.

Beautiful Warsaw Sights

Royal Castle

This castle was built in the 15th century and it used to be residence of Mazovian princes.. The castle was completely destroyed during the World War II, but between 1971-1988 it was rebuilt. The museum offers attractions such as original Rembrandt paintings or works by Bernard Bellotto.

On there Vistula side there are arcades which support the foundation and the cliffs. The also give the structure to its shape. The arcades were not destroyed during the war, so they are original. At present there are archaeological exhibits and pension.


This castle was designed by Jakub Kubicki and formerly it was just a villa. After the World War I it was used as a seat of the President. At present it is mostly used for ceremonial military events and diplomatic meetings with leaders of foreign countries.

Cathedral Basilica of the Martyrdom of St. John the Baptist

Before the 14th century, it was just a wooden chapel. This basilica has witnessed many historic events, for example the coronation of King Stanislaw August Poniatowski, or weddings, coronations and royal funerals which were held here. It is a very important fact that the first European Constitution was sworn here in 1791. During the past years, the church became an important centre where sacred music is promoted and organ concerts are held in the summer.

Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

This basilica is one of the most impressive buildings which can be found in Warsaw. The erection was initiated by Princess Maria Radziwillowa. The founder got the blessing of Pope Pius X as well as the hand-written document by the Holy Father which is carefully kept int he archives of the parish. The wish of the Princess was that the centre would also be an educational centre for children, so in 1931 the church was taken by the Salesians. At present there are many charity activities. It is also a Catholic Guidance and Couseling Centre where volunteers help those ones in need.