11 best hotels in Warsaw
Fast facts about Warsaw, Poland
|Popular hotel||Sangate Hotel Airport|
|Popular area||Warsaw City Center|
|Nightly rates from||₹470|
|Airport||Warsaw Chopin Airport (Okęcie Airport)|
|Reasons to visit||Sightseeing, Museum & arts, Shopping|
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Frequently asked questions
What's the average price of a hotel in Warsaw?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Warsaw is USD 73. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Warsaw is USD 86. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Warsaw is USD 139.
What's the average price of a hotel in Warsaw this weekend?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Warsaw this weekend is USD 65. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Warsaw this weekend is USD 71. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Warsaw this weekend is USD 117.
What's the average price of a hotel in Warsaw tonight?
The average price for a 3-star hotel in Warsaw tonight is USD 102. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Warsaw tonight is USD 152. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Warsaw tonight is USD 311.
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What's the best neighborhood in Warsaw to stay in?
Popular neighborhoods among travelers staying in Warsaw include Warsaw City Center, Ochota and Frederic Chopin Airport.
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More about Warsaw
The majority of sightseeing in Warsaw will be concentrated in the city center. It goes without saying that some exploration of the history of this city is a must for any visitor to Warsaw, especially pertaining to the period of the Holocaust. As such, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews is a must-see. This museum chronicles the lives and legacies of Polish Jews dating back to their first arrival in the country. Instead of just focusing on the single tragic period, visitors to this museum will get a more comprehensive view of the culture and history of Polish Jews. Directly facing this modern museum stands the Monument to the Warsaw Uprising, which is a dedication to the heroes of the Jewish ghettos of the uprising which took place in 1943. It’s a very important monument that often sees a great deal of tourists and photographers flocking to it, and not something to be missed.
The royal history of Poland is best displayed in the area of Castle Square, where travelers can get a feel for the ancient city. In addition to being able to see and photograph the Royal Castle, the square is a popular public meeting place that often attracts locals, travelers, and street performers.
There’s much more to see and learn about Warsaw, and the interactive map on this page is a great way to find out where the attractions and hotels can be found in this exciting city.