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Hotels in Warsaw

Hotels in Warsaw

 

Warsaw is one of the best cities in Europe for taking a break and diving into history, intricate buildings and tasty Polish street food. The Old Town and New Town are decked in architecture left over from years of conflict, Kings and crime, but nowadays it’s all developed to become more traveller friendly, with the districts on the other side of the river turning into cool, up-and-coming neighbourhoods with a serious nightlife to boot.

 

Old Town (Stare Miasto)

 

It’s easy to see why the Old Town is such a popular place to stay in Warsaw. Choose one of the central hostels or new modern hotels and you’ll be within walking distance of King Sigismund’s Column, the Royal Castle, the Cathedrals and the churches that echo Polish history into this quarter. The squares are also great for finding little cafes to try Polish dumplings, and there’s no better place to be when the Christmas markets are on! It’s a great place to stay if you’re on a group trip or sight seeing with your family.

 

New Town

 

The New Town is the area north of the Barbakan walls, and whilst you might think of chain coffee stores and grey buildings when you think of a typical ‘New Town’, you’d be wrong when it comes to Warsaw. This part of the city developed in the 15th century, and even though it’s been damaged several times – in particularly during the Warsaw Uprising – they have rebuilt it to be a colourful and interesting district. There are chic hotels, quirky apartments and hostels to choose from, and it’s easy to get to the Old Town from here too.

 

Praga & Saska Kępa

 

The Praga district balances on the edge of the Vistula River, opposite the New Town. Although Warsaw is generally pretty cool, this is the ‘edgiest’ neighbourhood, that’s risen from industrial ashes to bloom into bohemian bars and cool cafes. It’s a very affordable place to stay, and there’s lots of accommodation conveniently close to the train stations.

 

Wola

 

Wola used to be it’s own village, before it was built into Warsaw in 1916. Now, it’s become a huge commercial and residential hub with brilliant train links and easy access to the airport. There are also a number of museums, including the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the remains of the ghetto walls. There’s a huge variety of accommodation around here, and everyone is well catered for – from the business traveller to the backpacker.

 

Mariensztat

 

Mariensztat is sandwiched between the Old Town and the centre of Warsaw, but it’s a small, leafy suburb that shouldn’t be overlooked if you fancy a quiet stay in the city. There are plenty of affordable hotels that make exploring the city a breeze!