How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atos Warsaw
Travel Blogs from Warsaw
... large monument with fancy decoration. The gardens were a cool respite from the city with a little tree climbing thrown in. From there we found the Canadian Embassy- it's attached to a mall where we bought many pretty things. And then a quick dash to grab our bags and head for the train. This was the first time amy of our trains had been late ...
... just outside the main entrance which was dedicated to a nurse who was allowed to go into the ghetto and gave vacations and medicine to the needed. She used to smuggle children out of the ghetto under there parents supervision and try and give them a better life. She said in order of them to stay alive the had to pretend they were Christian even though they aren't. She wasn't asking to change there religion, it was just a survive tactic they used to keep people ...
... people and the Royal family. I was still pretty upset at having to hand over my coat and I didn't really pay attention to anything. Things got more interesting to look at when we went upstairs into the actual castle part. We walked through rooms decorated like they would have been when the Royal family used the place. The rooms felt a bit small to me but they were definitely not lacking in decorations that took your mind off the size of the space. We saw a small throne ...
... came recommended and specialises in Pierogi. Pierogi are essentially dumplings, that come with a variety of fillings and can be steamed or fried. Kasia was very firm in her recommendation of fried, so we ordered a portion of the mushroom and sauerkraut pierogi and one portion of the meat stuffed version. Whilst we were waiting for the food to arrive, we took the opportunity to check the train details for the evening. As I say to Kim that I am going to double check the time ...
... It is probably for tourists! We both ordered borsch and croquettes. The borsht was very nice. After looking through some souvenirs shops we started walking back. We had a very pleasant stroll this time walking through the park. In the evening we met up with Richard and Meredith, a couple from Adelaide who had been on our tour. We went back to the same restaurant as last night as it was close to the hotel and very ...