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Hotel Rialto - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Hotel Rialto

Wilcza 73, Warsaw 00-670 - Map
"Attention to detail excellent"
We have just returned from a 3 night stay for my husband's birthday. We were upgraded to a lovely suite on the second floor. The room was so lovely that we really didn't want to leave!!! A gourmet mini chocolate cake was also awaiting our arrival and was a lovely touch. We didn't eat at the hotel as the menu was mainly seafood that we don't eat. There was a beautiful Italian around the corner called something like Cucina Populare. Great value and beautiful food. The staff at the hotel were all friendly and helpful. We had only a minor issue of a housekeeper entering our room without knocking. This could have been embarrassing except my husband was thankfully dressed and able to run to the door while I was getting dressed after a shower! We had a very minor issue with an 'active' couple in the room above us making our light on the ceiling clink a few times! But not sure what the hotel can really do about that. I would highly recommend this hotel. If we were ever back in Warsaw I would stay again.
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Located in Srodmiescie, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kurt Scheller Academy, Lazienki Park, and Palace of …More

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