Often regarded as the most prestigious hotel in Warsaw, Hotel Bristol occupies a palatial neo-classical edifice along the city’s renowned Royal Route, just minutes from Old Town. While Hotel Bristol has served as a Warsaw landmark since its grand opening in 1901, it has recently undergone an extensive restoration to blend its original 20th century Art Deco glamor with a modern, refreshed luxury for an exceptionally romantic finish.
Hotel Bristol embodies a tradition of unique luxury and artistic spirit. Inside, remnants from Warsaw’s romantic Belle Époque heydays blend with contemporary Anita Rosato designed comforts. Approaching the golden Art Deco elevators, it is easy to imagine such international cultural influencers as Pablo Picasso, Sophia Loren, and Martin Scorsese all taking advantage of the hotel’s definitive glamor. The exquisite 168 guestrooms and 38 suites continue the journey of comfort and elegance with their subtle soothing colors, state-of-the-art technologies, soaring ceilings, and in select rooms, French doors and balconies overlooking the Royal Route or hotel courtyard. Chic marble bathrooms and spacious living rooms in the suites only add to the appeal, as does the Hotel Bristol’s Paderewski Suite, the unrivalled gem in its distinguished portfolio.
Hotel Bristol is not only enchanting for its authentic Art Nouveau-meets-today style, but also for its many epicurean and leisurely indulgences. History is especially alive at Café Bristol, an eatery that has been serving a lavish assortment of coffee and famous Bristol Cakes for more than a century. Whether dining on the Polish masterpieces of Carlos Teixeira at the elegant Marconi Restaurant, indulging in Afternoon Tea within the Art Nouveau ambiance of the Column Bar, or journeying through the world’s best vineyards at the Bristol Wine Bar, Hotel Bristol invites guests to travel through Poland’s culinary history in style. Guests will also find a soothing sanctuary at Hotel Bristol’s fitness center facilities, where a sauna, steam bath, inviting pool, and massage services are all at the ready to provide revitalization.
Founded by composer and piano virtuoso Ignacy Paderewski, Hotel Bristol’s creative influence and celebrity favoritism make it the ideal place from which to explore the “City of Culture”, the home of Chopin and Kieślowski. It is situated on Krakowskie Przedmieście, just minutes from the Old Town along the celebrated Royal Route—an unbeatable location for any visitor to the city. The Presidential Palace is right next-door, while the Royal Castle, 200-year-old National Theater, Opera House, and fashionable Nowy Swiat street are mere steps away. From art galleries to ateliers, all of Warsaw’s bests lie in wait from Hotel Bristol’s beautiful front doors.Request Information