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Where to stayin Warsaw

Eye-catching architecture, a captivating culture, and a history of resilience, Warsaw is where to stay to celebrate a city's rebirth. Look for neighborhoods brimming with gothic, baroque, neoclassical, and Renaissance landmarks, contemporary museums, and leafy outdoor spaces. Step out from your hotel for cutting-edge dining, a symphony performance, or dancing until dawn at the latest nightclub. Some of Europe's best and most insightful World War II museums are here, including the Warsaw Rising Museum and the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Discover the riches Warsaw has in store for your stay.

Best Areas for First-Time Visitors

Make Srodmiescie your homebase for your Warsaw stay and be close to everything from historic Old Town, the city's main tourist destination, to riverside Powisle. From landmark palaces and cathedrals, to museums, lively bars and restaurants, and great shopping, this vibrant district has it all. For a quieter stay, look for a room in Wilanow, close enough to downtown to sightsee, and home to the historic Wilanow Palace, or "Polish Versailles." Accommodations in Nowe Miasto (New Town) put you front and center at live music shows, close to car-free Freta Street, and near medieval and baroque masterpieces, including St. Kazimierz Church.

Srodmiescie

Visitors to Srodmiescie love its popular shops, and you can check out Palace of Culture and Science and Copernicus Science Centre. If you want to see more in the area, you can get around town on the metro at Centrum Station.

Recommended hotels in Srodmiescie

Old Town

Old Town is known for its ample dining options, and you can make a stop by Old Town Market Place and Old Town Square while in the area.

Recommended hotels in Old Town

Wilanow

You'll enjoy the restaurants and museums in Wilanow. You might want to make time for a stop at Wilanow Palace or Poster Museum.

Recommended hotels in Wilanow

Nowe Miasto

Nowe Miasto is popular for its abundant dining options, and if you're looking for more to see and do, you might think about a trip to Polonia Stadium or Warsaw Uprising Monument.

Recommended hotels in Nowe Miasto

Best Neighborhoods for Dining

Hotels in Mokotow are an excellent match for travelers with a penchant for gourmet dining. Surrounded by foreign embassies and extravagant private villas, the restaurants here are first-rate. Stay west of the Vistula River in village-like Zoliborz, known for its beautiful architecture, including the Warsaw Citadel, lovely eateries, and a fun weekend Breakfast Market. Also on the west side of the water, Powisle is a fun place to stay for its variety of dining and shopping choices. Middle Eastern restaurants and chic bars line Poznanska Street in Srodmiescie, another excellent choice for hotels for foodies.

Mokotow

Unique features of Mokotow include the shopping and historic sites. Make a stop by Sadyba Best Mall or Museum of Polish Military Technology while you're exploring the area.

Recommended hotels in Mokotow

Powisle

You'll enjoy the museums and riverfront in Powisle. You might want to make time for a stop at Copernicus Science Centre or University of Warsaw Library.

Recommended hotels in Powisle

Srodmiescie

Visitors to Srodmiescie love its popular shops, and you can check out Palace of Culture and Science and Copernicus Science Centre. If you want to see more in the area, you can get around town on the metro at Centrum Station.

Recommended hotels in Srodmiescie

Zoliborz

You'll enjoy the restaurants and museums in Zoliborz. You might want to make time for a stop at Katyn Museum or Warsaw Citadel.

Recommended hotels in Zoliborz

Where to Stay for Art & Culture

Across the Vistula River, hotels in the Praga District celebrate this authentic neighborhood's bohemian vibe. Browse on-trend art galleries in Praga Polnoc's pre-World War II buildings, visit the cool Neon Museum in Praga Poludnie, and admire the leafy Saska Kepa area, similar to Williamsburg in New York City. Alternatively, stay along Oleandrow Street in Srodmiescie, for its collection of small, independent art galleries and boutiques brimming with designer homeware.

Praga

Historic sites, river views, and shopping are just a few things travelers enjoy about Praga. Check out Galeria Wileńska or The Holy Cross Bridge while you're exploring the area.

Recommended hotels in Praga

Praga Polnoc

Historic sites, shopping, and river views are some highlights of Praga Polnoc. Make a stop by Warsaw Zoo or Room Escape Warsaw while you're exploring.

Recommended hotels in Praga Polnoc

Praga Poludnie

Unique features of Praga Poludnie include the shopping and restaurants. Make a stop by National Stadium or Neon Muzeum while you're exploring the area.

Recommended hotels in Praga Poludnie

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Saska Kepa

If you're looking for some top things to see and do in Saska Kepa and surrounding area, you can visit National Stadium and Copernicus Science Centre.

Recommended hotels in Saska Kepa

Srodmiescie

Visitors to Srodmiescie love its popular shops, and you can check out Palace of Culture and Science and Copernicus Science Centre. If you want to see more in the area, you can get around town on the metro at Centrum Station.

Recommended hotels in Srodmiescie

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