A MODERN RENAISSANCE IN WARSAW'S FIRST SKYSCRAPER
Hotel Warszawa is housed in the city’s first skyscraper, an important symbol of the Warsaw revival after the war. Today, it has the reputation as of the most modern and luxury hotels in Poland. The Art Deco style facade retains its original steel frame, alongside structural concrete elements used during the build.
The hotel interiors have been renovated by the Krakow-based Likus group, who have managed to instill 21st-century luxury into an authentic piece of Polish history while preserving its innate character. The hotel contains 142 rooms and suites, with restaurants, bar, café and spa.
Warszawska Restaurant occupies two basement levels and the design showcases raw materials such as concrete, natural stone, wood, copper and glass; taking the guest back in time to the pre-war period. The refined yet highly practical Utility collection by Stellar Works works coherently in the space.
At the Szóstka Restaurant on the 6th floor, the guest can take in the stunning panoramic view of Warsaw city on roof terrace. The addition of Blink collection by Yabu Pushelberg provides a sculptural yet comfortable atmosphere to the dining experience.
In the luxurious yet somewhat rustic penthouse suite, the warm walnut floor contrasts aesthetically with the industrial concrete ceiling, which marries well with the timeless furnishing of the Wohlert Triangle Chair and Utility Sofa. Every detail in the hotel underlines the simplicity of the raw while creating a cozy interior design.