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Sheraton Warsaw Hotel - Warsaw Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Sheraton Warsaw Hotel

Boleslawa Prusa 2, Warsaw 00-493 - Map
"Great hotel"
Lovely hotel with a spacious classic room, comfy beds, good shower, very clean
Traveller from manchester
Sheraton Warsaw Hotel is in the midst of exclusive shopping on Three Crosses Square, and a 10-minute walk from Poland's …More
The Westin Warsaw - Warsaw Hotels
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The Westin Warsaw

Al. Jana Pawla II 21, Warsaw 00-854 - Map
"Amazing Hotel"
We arrived and the lovely lady at the reception helped us with everything. She offered us a room upgrate to an executive suite for approx £40 for the entire stay which got you a larger room with a view of the city, executive lounge access with free soft drinks and tea/coffee all day, snacks throughout the day, a unlimited alcoholic drinks between 6 - 8 and breakfast both days. Safe to say we made our money back in breakfasts and free booze :) The room we got given was on the top floor wihth a lovely view and definately worth the extra money. I would highly recommend this hotel as its was possibly one of the best we have stayed in.
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The hotel is steps from the landmark Palace of Culture and Science, around the corner from Złote Tarasy shopping mall. Guests …More

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    Poland’s capital city has eclectic architecture. Warsaw’s Old Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1980, even though 85 per cent of the city was destroyed during World War II. Since Poland joined the EU in 2004, Warsaw has experienced a huge building boom. Modern skyscrapers, 1950s-era East-bloc buildings, and centuries-old Gothic architecture all dot this city of 4 million’s skyline.

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