Great location. Very nice rooms. Hairdryer not very good and wifi kept dropping out but all in all the hotel was dry nice. Had an evening meal in the hotel which was very nice and very reasonably priced. Had booked breakfast and that was very good too. I would definitely stay here again
Traveller from uk
Located in City Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Galeria Krakowska, Krakow Barbican, and Florian's Gate. Main …More
This was my and my boyfriend's first trip to Poland. Hotel Bristol is next door to the Presidential Palace, which not only is beautiful but also made us feel safe. It is located between the Old and New towns in Warsaw, so it makes sightseeing very convenient. There are also several shops and restaurants within walking distance. I would like to especially thank our concierge, Michal. He was very helpful with suggesting places to see in Warsaw, as well as helping us to buy our train tickets to Krakow. It was my boyfriend's birthday while we were there and Michal helped to make this day extra special by making reservations at a traditional polish restaurant in town, as well as sending a beautiful and delicious piece of cake up to our room. The hotel is very clean, and very beautiful inside and out. It also offers a cafe, a restaurant, and a wine bar. I will also point out that, being from the US, our Polish is very limited, but everyone was very kind and understanding, as well as appreciative of the few words and phrases that we had learned. I would highly recommend Hotel Bristol to anyone, especially if it is your first time in Warsaw,Poland.
Traveller from Rhode Island,USA
Located a block from Piłsudski Square, Warsaw's largest, Hotel Bristol, A Luxury Collection Hotel has been welcoming guests …More
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in Gdansk at the Hilton hotel. It's a beautiful historic city which has been renovated superbly following the catastrophic bombings of WW2. The architecture and souvenir shops of Ulica Mariacka (Gdansk's finest street) are wonderful to explore. Walking down the main street of Dlugi Targ/Ulica Dluga is a pleasant experience during the day and evening. Don't miss the main town hall and Artus Court. Great restaurants are near the hotel (e.g. Fellini and Prologue). Reception were helpful at booking tables for me with notable mention to Piotr. I secured a cheap rate and could not fault the Hilton except for a wedding which continued past 1 a.m. on Saturday night. The music gravitated up the atrium and was noisy. Despite being on the top floor it sounded like the event was outside my door. On the other two nights I did not hear a sound. Poland is excellent value for money.
Traveller from Essex
Located in Gdansk City Center, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Gdansk Crane, Artus Court, and St. Mary's …More